Video: BOSCO – “Joker” + Tour Dates


Indie pop/experimental soul group BOSCO not too long ago released a graphic and gripping video for “Joker.” A haze of bodies flail and contort to depict a sobering scene of sadness, fear, and resistance. But how the tables turn with a woman’s scorn.

The song is off their debut 3-track Let Go of Me EP, which you can stream below! Also, catch the group on tour now! Dates below.

Tour Dates
May 11 – Atlanta, GA @ Apache Cafe w/Rahbi
May 12 – Charlottesville, VA @Tom Tom Festival, Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar
May 13 – Washington D.C. @ Black Cat w/ Red Graffiti
May 15 – Baltimore MD @ WLOY Radio In-Studio
May 17 – Brooklyn, NY @ Breakthru Radio TV
May 18 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Snake Showcase w/ ll Abanico & The Canoes (Free Candy)
May 19 – Philadelphia, PA @ Vox Populi Gallery
May 21 – Chicago, IL @ WNUR Airplay Live In-Studio Session
May 22 – Cleveland OH @ Now That’s Class w/ Durand Bernarr

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New Release: BOSCO – ‘Pacer’ EP


Experimental soul singer BOSCO has arisen two years later with a follow up to her Spectrum EP. Called Pacer, this EP is a six-track concept album “tells the journey from Atlanta to California in a 1978 Teal Pacer.” A ride it is indeed. Enjoy the experience and download below!

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Hennessy Black Presents Project Art Chicago, May 22nd


Mashing up multi-media installations with music, Hennessy Black presents the first installment of Project Art Chicago on Friday, May 22nd at Climax Lounge.  Featuring Lupe Fiasco’s recording artist Hey Champ on 1st and 15th Music, the event will help build awareness for the alternative art scene through Paintings, Graffiti, Photography and other mediums, while all being intertwined with Live Music, Live DJ,  Dance and Breakin.

Project Art Chicago
Friday, May 22nd, 2009
9PM – 2AM

Climax Lounge
326 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60654

No Cover

The second and third in the series will follow in June and July, featuring Miz Metro, Hollywood Holt, Brittany Bosco, Million $ Mano, Shala and more.

Art curated by Tristan Hummel.

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