On Sale Today: Sebadoh, Dum Dum Girls, and Brother Ali

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We’ve announced some big fall shows this week, and wanted to remind our readers that three of them go on sale today (Friday, July 25).  Tickets won’t last long for these, so be sure to grab yours ASAP!    Head over to our Music Calendar to check out all of our upcoming shows.

SEBADOH – High Noon Saloon – September 25 – on sale at noon  

DUM DUM GIRLS – High Noon Saloon – October 23 – on sale at 10:00am

BROTHER ALI – High Noon Saloon – November 13 – on sale at noon

 

Just Announced Madison Concert + Win Tickets Before You Can Buy: Brother Ali, 11.13.14

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Home Away From Home Tour featuring…

BROTHER ALI

Brother Ali

with Bambu & DJ LAST WORD

Hosted by MaLLY

High Noon Saloon – 8:30pm

$18 adv, $20 dos – 18+

Tickets on sale through our Music Calendar Friday, July 25, 12 noon.

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Live Concert Photos: Brother Ali & Immortal Technique

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Brother Ali returned to Madison last month alongside Immortal Technique for a night of unforgettable, passionate hip hop at the Barrymore Theater.  Enjoy Chris Lotten‘s shots from the evening after the jump.

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Now Streaming: Brother Ali’s “Left In The Deck”

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Ten previously unreleased Brother Ali tracks have just been made available for streaming as part of his Left in The Deck project with producer Jake One.   Fans who want to download the goods can do so for free, with the purchase of a t-shirt.

Here are all the juicy details from the man himself:

 As we embark on the War And Peace Tour with my brother, Immortal Technique, I’m excited to release a new musical project. Left In The Deck is a collection of 10 raw, grimy recordings made in basements and hotel rooms around the world. This demo-tape style release was produced entirely by Jake One. It hasn’t been polished up for the market or cleaned for the radio. These songs were left in their original demo form and are intended only for my family of direct supporters. The beats are grimy and I feel like this is some of the best rhyming I’ve ever captured on tape. I want to release this directly to you. 

You can stream here, and for all those kind enough to buy any Brother Ali shirt on the War And Peace Tour this fall, you’ll also receive a digital download card of the album with your purchase.  If the tour isn’t coming to your city or you don’t want to wait, don’t worry, you can get the music immediately when you pre-order the “Cassette” shirt from Fifth Element.

Peace, Love and Power!
See you soon, and thank you for your support.

– Brother Ali

Madison fans can catch Brother Ali and Immortal Technique at the Barrymore on September 21.  Tickets are still available here, but won’t be for long!  

Brother Ali Sounds Off On His War & Peace Tour

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Brother Ali returns to Madison on September 21 for a show at the Barrymore with Immortal Technique!  Before their War & Peace tour kicked off earlier this week, Brother Ali took a moment to address his fans and share his excitement for the upcoming shows.

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Just Announced Madison Concert: Immortal Technique & Brother Ali, 9.21.13

Saturday, September 21, 2013

IMMORTAL TECHNIQUE & BROTHER ALI

“The War & Peace Tour”

Immortal Technique

Brother Ali

Hosted by Poison Pen

Barrymore Theatre – 9pm

$20 adv $25 dos – All Ages

Tickets on sale Thursday, July 11 at 12 noon through our Music Calendar.

 

 

Demanding More: An Interview With Brother Ali + Win A Pair Of Tickets

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Since the Rhymesayers release of 2003’s Shadows on the Sun, Minnesota rapper Brother Ali has steadily gone from one of the label’s brightest hopefuls to one of underground hip hop’s foremost heavyweights. With backing from Atmosphere producer Ant, Ali took gravity-defying strides both musically and lyrically in just a few short years. On 2007’s The Undisputed Truth and 2009’s Us, a growing fanbase came to appreciate Ali’s deeply personal take on his own life and American culture, making him one of our country’s most singular spinsters of the American mirror.

After a turbulent three years of great successes and tragic losses, Brother Ali has returned to hip hop with his newest  album Mourning in America and Dreaming In Color.  Aided for the first time by producer Jake One,  Ali has set a new benchmark for himself with what has been dubbed his most political album to date.

Before his performance at the Barrymore this Thursday (October 4), we spoke to Brother Ali about experiences both personal and political over the last three years, and how they influenced his newest album and current mindset.

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