Sango – Tickets – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC – March 3rd, 2017

Sango

9:30 Club presents at U Street Music Hall:

Sango

Monte Booker

Fri 3/3/17

7:00 pm

$20

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This event is all ages

Sango


Sango is a Seattle based producer who is most known for his remixes of Aaliyah, Drake, Little Dragon, Nas, The Weeknd, his debut album ‘North’, and his Baile Funk EP series “Da Rocinha”. He is apart of the Los Angeles collective Soulection. At the young age of 12, Sango started producing music alongside his older brother and his friends. His work mainly focuses on hip-hop, and soul influenced beats that over the years have been able to come together as his own distinctive innovative sound.

Apart from producing, Sango is a graphic designer. He has designed all of his releases up to date, which has shown that he is more than just a producer, but an artist in his own right. He has been featured on numerous publications for his self-disclosing interviews and tracks, such as Fader, Drake’s OVO blog, XLR8R, Noisey, Fader, Complex, and more.

Over the last few years while releasing his Da Rocinha series, Sango has toured 50 + cities worldwide and played some of the worlds biggest festivals. His high energy live set is constantly in demand. While touring his Da Rocinha projects and live set around the world, Sango has been producing for some of the industry’s hottest acts. Sango has produced for Tinashe, Bryson Tiller, Mick Jenkins, GoldLink, Wale & more.

Keep an eye on Sango, as his quickly growing fan base, and worldwide critically acclaimed music is only expanding in 2017 as he prepares to release his first major commercial record.
Monte Booker
Monte Booker


Chicago producer Monte Booker is 21. He recently referred to some of his formative influences, like the Neptunes and Kanye West, as “the old hip-hop scene.” He considers Flying Lotus a genre unto himself. Booker is a late millennial making music for a new millennium. His sounds are bespoke, and his beats don’t smack as much as they pleasingly tumble forth, like tennis balls in a dryer. He puts his generation’s restless energy to work by zapping small clicks and shots of static in and out of his productions. He makes hip-hop and R&B that pings between FlyLo’s bulging maximalism and the charming exactitude of found-sound eccentrics Matmos. Along with his like-minded Zero Fatigue crew—including rapper Smino, Jay2, Bari, and singer Ravyn Lenae—Booker is creating music with a sense of history that could only exist right now.
Venue Information:
U Street Music Hall
1115 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009
http://www.ustreetmusichall.com/