Vic Mensa, Bishop Nehru, Samo Sound Boy

Sat, January 18, 2014

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Terminal 5

New York, NY

$28 advance / $32 day of show

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Disclosure have hit the top of the UK Album Charts in the first week of release of their debut LP, 'Settle'. After a close-run battle with Queens Of The Stone Age, the brotherly duo of Guy and Howard Lawrence pipped Josh Homme's outfit to the #1 spot by around 7,000 copies, closing the week on just shy of 45,000 sales, and in the process heralding a changing of the guard by ending Daft Punk’s three week reign at the top of the charts. The duo also demonstrated their international appeal, with strong sales around the world landing them in the US iTunes Top 5, and the national Top 5 in Australia.

The pair told the Official Charts Company:

"We're absolutely delighted with the result. Proudest moment of our lives. We want to say a massive thank you to everyone who has bought the record."

The feat caps a phenomenal 2013 so far for the pair, who had already bagged two Top 10 singles with 'White Noise' and 'You & Me', and have been busy playing live to packed-out audiences around the world. Their movements even in the space of the last week epitomise their hard work ethic, celebrating the album's launch in association with Boiler Room on Monday, appearing on 'Later... With Jools Holland' on Tuesday and Friday to perform 'Latch' (with Sam Smith) and 'Confess To Me' (with Jessie Ware) respectively, stopping in to Radio 1's Live Lounge on Wednesday to perform tracks from 'Settle' along with a special cover version of Duke Dumont's 'Need U (100%)', and on Saturday played a triumphant live set at Parklife Festival in Manchester.
Bishop Nehru
16­year with more than just a rapper though ­ he also produces music, as well as directs and edits videos he does a lot of HipHop, being named the Youth Rap Talent of the Week in July 2012 for a quick 8 bar freestyle over Mos Def's Bishop chose his name from inspiration taken from Tupac's character in the movie "Juice," noting that the character from peacemaker Ghandi but never got the credit for his work. For recruits fellow Rockland County native Que Hampton for a self­-directed video for their collabo, "Misruled Order."
Samo Sound Boy
Samo Sound Boy
Samo Sound Boy is a Los Angeles-based producer and DJ whose powerful live sets and original productions have brought him to the forefront of today's forward-minded club scene. Having earned his chops DJing at Fugees 99, a Nigerian-owned dancehall in the south end of Buenos Aires, Samo compounded influences picked up there with a love of crunk, club, and Chicago house. The result remains a uniquely rugged but soulful sound of his own. In addition to having released an array of highly acclaimed remixes and original material, Samo started his own label, Body High, with Jerome Potter in 2011. Furthermore, the two partnered together to produce a side project under the name DJ Dodger Stadium. Moving full speed ahead as a producer, DJ, and label head, Samo is only getting started spreading his club aesthetic that Chicago journalist Dave Quam described as: "Weird, banging, and beautiful. Like a shortwave radio recording of all the best stations at once."
Venue Information:
Terminal 5
610 W 56th St
New York, NY, 10019