Turquoise Jeep, Rap Class, Stewart Villain, Gums & Antitune, EPP

When: Tue., Nov. 12, 7 p.m. 2013

Is Turquoise Jeep serious? Probably not. The crew broke out with 2010's YouTube hit "Lemme Smang It," which currently has over 11 million views to date. Depending on how you ingest the spectrum of comedic hiphop, they range from some Wacky Dee clones to today's version of Digital Underground. Regardless of the headlining act, Portland's own Epp and Stewart Villain are no joke. Epp's heavily anticipated Chrome Plated Chronicles finally dropped last September after years in the making, and it's a powerful solo debut featuring production from the Green Team of Lawzspoken and G_Force. Unexpectedly, Halloween found Epp immediately dropping the impressive follow-up, Suicide Doors. It's eight tracks of dark, introspective raps featuring Theory Hazit, Milc, and Stewart Villain. Villain's production prowess is no secret—he's nationally respected as a lab technician. But his own latest project as an emcee, No Manners, proves he can destroy on the mic as well. RYAN FEIGH

Price: $15-18


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