This month we’ll be joining L-Fresh the Lion and Marksman LLoyd on a tour of WA’s southwest. On Thursday January 15 we’re playing at the Prince of Wales in Bunbury (tickets here), Friday the 16th is at Settlers Tavern in Margaret River and is free entry.
Then a massive night to finish it all off at the Fly By Night Musicians Club in Fremantle on Saturday the 17th of January (tickets here).
Selekt Few are holding an album launch gig for the debut LP entitled “MD”, on 16 May at Mojo’s in Fremantle. We’ll be supported by some of our favourite local hip hop talent; FG, Jamahl Ryder, Paradox and Wisdom2th.
For the last five years we have been practising, recording and mixing our own music and we are finally happy enough to put out a release. Over the years, many of you have given us advice or otherwise shown us support.
There are only 250 tickets available to the launch. It will be a great night with some of our favourite local artists and many of our closest friends, family and fans attending. This is a great opportunity to get all of you who have supported us together, in one room, for an enjoyable evening hearing the fruits of our labour.
Sure, we want to sell some of our CD’s. But the primary focus of this event is getting our friends and family together to see and hear what all that time we were spending was for.
We need your help to make it happen, there’s no turning back!!!
Sometimes I start writing about things and then forget to post them.
Back in February myself and Shareef had the pleasure of attending the Australian Hip Hop Supports Canteen Listening Party. Essentially this was a no-tickets gig that was put together as a thank you to everyone involved in the CD and a few lucky extras.
Australian Hip Hop Supports Canteen Listening Party – 11/02/2012 (Photo by Henry Buttsworth)
The picture up above was taken by local photographer Henry Buttsworth and is of all the crew involved that were able to make it to Perth. Truth be told a significant portion of the tracks on the CD came out of Perth. Still we were joined by a few interstaters in the form of Hilltop Hoods, BRB & Masta. Masta had a short set of tunes and turntablism after the CD listening finished and also had BRB up on stage doing some of his tracks.
All in all it was a kick arse night and this post is just to say thanks to everyone involved from the organisers of the event, to the organisers of the CD and everything in between. I applaud the efforts of every single person involved in making the CD a reality and we as a group couldn’t be prouder to have our track on it.