Concerts in early November: Mob culture rules!

November 1st, 2014

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A$AP mob have made a giant impact on the US hip-hop scene thanks to their grimy rap-vocals, symbol-rich attire and most notable member, A$AP Rocky.
Rocky – together with A$AP Ferg, A$AP Nast, A$AP Ant and DA$H – have the hip-hop industry tied up right now with their hands in fashion, design, music and filmmaking. 

Creating something of a subculture (a mob culture if you like), their reams of mix-tapes, live improvised show recordings and handful of official releases – ‘Hella Hoes’, ‘Trillmatic’ and ‘Xscape’ – have made a massive dent on the dancefloor on both sides of the Atlantic.  

A$AP mob: Mon 3 Nov, 20:00; Store Vega; 435 kr

(Photo: Ostgut.de)

Meanwhile, the house and techno label Ostgut Ton stages a monthly club night in collaboration with Berlin’s Berghain involving their resident DJs. 

Ostgut Ton Nacht: Anthony Parasole & Boris: Sat 1 Nov, 21:00, Culture Box; 80kr

(Photo: Seun Kuti)

Seun, the son of the pioneering Nigerian musician and political activist Fela Kuti, will be accompanied on stage by the legendary 14-piece, world-class Afrobeat orchestra Egypt 80.

Seun Kuti & Fela's Egypt 80: Sat 1 Nov, 21:00; Global; 240kr 

(Photo: Diuanna Greenleaf) 

Undoubtedly one of the most prolific blues divas performing today, Diunna – who won two of the coveted Grammy Awards at this year’s gala – is an exceptional vocalist worth every øre to see live.

Diuanna Greenleaf + Blue Mercy: Tue 6 Nov, 19:00; Mojo; 150kr

(Photo: Moses)

Performing under the name St Vincent, Annie Clark is a unique, cerebral vocalist. The favoured collaborator of the Talking Heads’ David Byrne is an intriguing experimentalist in psych-rock.

St Vincent: Wed 5 Novem, 20:00; Store Vega; 260kr 



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