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The Smoker's Club Festival 2022 Recap: Larry June, Danny Brown, Rico Nasty and More

Nestled in the cozy daze of San Bernardino, California was The Smoker’s Club Festival, bringing the heat in more ways than one. Thousands flocked to the Glen Helen Amphitheater to turn up the weekend after Coachella for even more festival shenanigans. In a packed one-day affair, cult favorite rappers performed alongside seasoned veterans and newcomers. Below, check out some of our favorite shots and read more about our favorite sets from The Smoker’s Club Fest.
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Danny Brown And Jpegmafia Premiere A New Collaboration At Smoker’s Club Fest

Danny Brown and Jpegmafia have worked together several times in the past few years, developing the sort of chemistry that brings out the best in both. Now, it looks like they’re going to extend that working chemistry, which they showed off as they premiered a new collaboration during Danny Brown’s set at this past weekend’s Smoker’s Club Fest in San Bernardino, California. The two underground rappers have been working on a joint album, which they also announced during the energetic set.
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Oblivion Access adds Danny Brown, Andy Morin, The Microphones, more to 2022 lineup

Oblivion Access, formerly Austin Terror Fest, is, after multiple postponements, holding its 2022 edition on May 12-15 throughout downtown Austin. The initial lineup came out in November, and now they've revealed the full lineup, adding Danny Brown, Death Grips' Andy Morin, The Microphones, Ho99o9, Grouper, Massacre, Wiki, Cities Aviv, King Woman, Armand Hammer's billy woods, HTRK, Full of Hell (performing 2017's Trumpeting Ecstasy in full), Soul Glo, Author & Punisher, Fat Tony, Spectral Voice, Mortiferum, Yautja, and more.
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Oblivion Access Adds Danny Brown, Grouper, Death Grips’ Andy Morin and More

After two years away, heavy metal and experimental specialists Oblivion Access return to Downtown Austin May 12-15. Today, the four-day festival confirms its full lineup. Previously-announced performers like Blonde Redhead, Carcass, The Locust, Youth of Today, Xiu Xiu, Autopsy, Converge, William Basinski, Zola Jesus, and Lil Ugly Mane carry over from the previous announcements. Expandingits heavy reputation with more hip-hop, electronic, avant-garde, and punk than prior iterations, the third-year festival adds a number of new artists.
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Rico Nasty and Danny Brown Face Off in Red Bull's Chicago SoundClash

On a suspiciously warm December night in Chicago, Detroit’s own Danny Brown and DMV-bred Rico Nasty went head-to-head for Red Bull Music’s revitalized SoundClash series, which takes two artists with different styles and challenges them. The exciting event found its home for the night in the Windy City’s massive new venue, Radius, outfitted with two stages facing each other. Prior to the history-making showdown, Paste got to sit down with both of the rappers to get their takes on what it’s like to play such an unconventional show in a historic city.
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Rico Nasty and Danny Brown tear down the Red Bull Soundclash in Chicago

Red Bull has closed out their Red Bull SoundClash shows in Chicago last week with a sold out experience with Danny Brown and Rico Nasty. A unique live music concert experience that features two artists performing across two opposite stages, the sold out show at Radius in Chicago brought attendants from all over the country looking to witness an unforgettable battle.
CHICAGO, IL
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Danny Brown Praises Rico Nasty And Teases His Next Album Ahead Of Their Red Bull SoundClash In Chicago

Last week saw the return of one of music’s most fun events: The Red Bull SoundClash. Taking over Radius Chicago, an event space converted from an old steel factory, the latest installment pitted two of hip-hop’s students of punk, Danny Brown and Rico Nasty. Despite being from two different generations, the two rappers are both steeped in the counterculture of punk-rock and other hardcore styles; both have embraced “weird” as an aesthetic, adopting hairdos, sonic choices, and rhyme approaches decidedly left of hip-hop’s traditional center.
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Rico Nasty and Danny Brown Go Head-to-Head for Red Bull SoundClash

Rico Nasty and Danny Brown's first meeting happens over a blunt. It’s rehearsal day, the morning before their Red Bull SoundClash, and the two are gearing up to face-off in front of hundreds of fans at Chicago’s Radius event space. Yet despite the looming competition, everyone’s all smiles and hugs as they smoke and talk about how excited they are to finally partner up after years of online friendship. And that’s exactly what the Red Bull SoundClash is all about.
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Watch Danny Brown cover Korn’s ‘Freak On A Leash’

Danny Brown has covered Korn’s iconic nu-metal classic ‘Freak On A Leash’ – watch the footage below. Taking part in Red Bull’s battle of the band-style Soundclash against Rico Nasty in Chicago, Danny Brown pulled out a faithful rendition of Korn’s 1999 single ‘Freak On A Leash’.
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LVRN, Rico Nasty, Danny Brown Set for Return of Red Bull SoundClash

Red Bull has announced the return of Red Bull SoundClash to the U.S. for the first time in 10 years with four exciting shows this fall in four iconic music cities. Red Bull SoundClash creates a once-in-a-lifetime live music experience that features two artists competing across two opposite stages, with the audience deciding the winner. Red Bull SoundClash enables artists to push their musical boundaries through exploring music styles, battling, repertoires, and artist collaborations while empowering the audience to become more than spectators to decide the winner.
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Rico Nasty, Danny Brown, and Tank and The Bangas Highlight The Comeback Of The WILD Red Bull SoundClash

For the first time in ten years, Red Bull is returning to the US with their highly unusual, unpredictable and downright intriguing SoundClash concert battle. Think of it as Verzuz, meets a good old fashioned battle of the bands, meets the unforgettable Drake vs Lil Wayne tour of 2014. The 2021 event is taking place in Atlanta, Houston, Nashville and Chicago, and before we go any further, it’s important to understand the fairly insane rules of this function according to the SoundClash site:
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Red Bull SoundClash Returns With Rico Nasty, Danny Brown, Tank and the Bangas, More

For the first time in 10 years, Red Bull’s long-running SoundClash is back with a line-up in four cities that includes Rico Nasty, Danny Brown, Shelley (formerly known as Dram), Tank and the Bangas and more. The four shows will take place from November 30 – December 15 in Atlanta, Houston, Nashville and Chicago, and feature two artists competing across two opposite stages, with the audience deciding the winner. Red Bull SoundClash 2021 U.S. Lineup: November 30, Atlanta: Shelley fka Dram vs. Westside Boogie December 2, Houston: Tank and the Bangas vs. the Suffers December 9, Nashville: Bren Joy vs. TBD December 15, Chicago: Rico...
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