Theatrical Performance by Brian Quijada With a unique one-man performance that mixes spoken word, rap, beatboxing, live instruments, looping, and passionate story-telling, I would almost recommend that you don’t read any further and just simply trust me that you should go see Brian Quijada’s impressive Where Did We Sit On[…]
You may have seen the “Blue Girl, Red State” stickers for years now as you drive around the capitol city of the conservative state of Idaho, but beyond the bounds of colors, political affiliations, orientation, or religious beliefs lies a unifying force that was visible in numbers on Saturday January[…]
We don’t need to cite any studies to confidently tout music’s therapeutic benefits. Sometimes, though, that therapy appointment is attended en masse. Such is the case of Mostly Muff’s post-inauguration show at The Linen Building on Friday, January 20th, which panned out to be one of the most dichotomously gloomy[…]
Tony G. and BibbsMon are two names that Boise heads should probably get used to hearing. Bibbs brings the beat with that champagne-smooth brass, soulful drums, and aggressive 808s peppered with staccato trap snares throughout. Tony G. matches with a flow that is similarly aloof enough to keep its smooth quality, yet heady and intricate enough to keep the listener engaged. G is relatively new to the 208 scene, but stands in the upper echelon of talented lyricists and performers in the COT. Don’t take my word for it. Listen to all 2:minutes and :08seconds of “Night Night” and vote: Dope or Nope?