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MANHATTAN ROCKED CRASH MANSION THIS WEEKEND

WITH THEIR FIRST FULL ROUND OF SEMI-FINALS!



Thursday, March 29th The night started off with the jazzy sounds and melodic voice of Ekayani and The Healing band. Her cool grooves and poetic lyrics paved the way to a night of unique music. Next up came the boys of Limehead. With a slight similarity to Tool these guys belted through their 25 min. set with dark yet emotional songs. Following next was the unique sound of Mystic Union. With the bass guitarist also playing keys and the bongos, it’s hard to sum up this band in just one short review. However these guys managed to cram rock/metal and Latino music all into one. Next to take the stage was our very special guest for the evening Julius C. These guys played Emergenza last year, and came in second at the Webster Hall final. We liked them so much however, that we decided to put them on our BEST Tour and tour them around the East coast (please, read here too). Needless to say they rocked the house! Following them was Mayor West. These guys carried with them a good all around energy and brought a real presence to the stage. Following them came the tight flows of Apostles. This hip-hop fronted funk band had the whole place-bumping buy the time they left the stage! Lastly came LGM. These two young guitarists closed down the evening with their strange and trippy rifts Friday, March 30th First to take the stage was the young boys from Jersey, The Waffle Stompers. These guys powered by a electric front man and horns blew through their ska filled set in true form to lead us into the night. Next up was the heavy thrashing of Face Down Dead. These guys ripped through their set and blew the doors off of the venue early in the evening. Next to take the stage was Heather Park. With her own mix of R&B and Soul that she can clearly call her own, Heather rocked the house with her soothing sounds and beautiful voice. We then switched directions again with the arrival of Empathy. These guys who belted out their own blend of hard rock, rocked the stage to the fullest. The trio Identity followed next. Although with a sound all their own, these guys vaguely reminded me of Nirvana, and a rare form of grunge long lost. Again we were joined by another BEST Tour band, Kid:Nap:Kin. These guys just killed their set. With their fun and fast style and cool demeanor, these guys are always a treat to have stop by. H-Cide and the Movement took the stage next, and just stomped it! With tight fresh lyrics and smooth grooves these guys truly rocked their set. They had a great energy that just sucked the crowed in. Next up was L.C. Little Corey. His cool rifts and funky rhythms set him aside from all the other acts of the evening. It had a very funky rock element to it. After that was Egokill. These guys brought some serious rockin’ to the stage toward the end of the night, with their death metal and thrashing licks. Then yet again, we were privileged to be treated to a surprise guest spot by Julius C. These guys closed down the night with a fun and funky performance that only a lucky few got to see. Saturday, March 31th We eased into the night with the smooth guitar licks of Randy Niles. His slow jazzy sound got everyone swaying to the beat. The Kathouse Rhythm followed with its awesome acoustic rifts and rhythms. Their emotional and strong sound filled the room got everyone pumped for the night ahead. Following was A Few 2 Many. This band of 5 best friends from High School played a beautiful set! Fronted by the voices of two very young and talented sisters, this band showed that this is truly anyone’s competion regardless of age. Next up was King B Queen B. This was a true blues set. The King belted through blues rift after rift, making me feel as if I was in some small underground