Joy Postell . Wendel Patrick . Randi Withani Roberts . Station North Sadboi
Baltimore’s finest have come together for a unique local line up at The Motor House!
The soulful singer-songwriter uses unruly, jazz-like rhythms, fiercely sharp lyrics, and emotive energy to address issues faced by the African-American community. Her accomplished sound—and message—couldn’t be timelier.
Wendel Patrick has been referred to as "David Foster Wallace reincarnated as a sound engineer" by Urbanite Magazine and as "wildly talented" by the Baltimore Sun. He has been referred to by XLR8R magazine as "a hip-hop producer that could easily make any fan of Squarepusher, Boards of Canada, or Madlib flip out." The alter-ego of classical and jazz pianist Kevin Gift, Wendel Patrick is rapidly making a name for himself as a producer to be recognized. His five albums, "Sound:", "Forthcoming", "JDWP", "Passage" and "Travel" were all produced without the use of samples, with Patrick playing every note of every instrument. What is perhaps most astounding and perplexing to listeners is that there are actually no instruments...he crafts all of the instruments, and every note, electronically.
Randi is a local soulful singer/songwriter fresh from Baltimore's Peabody Conservatory.
Station North Sadboi (Djing throughout the night)
DJ and sound artist, Qué Pequeño will open the night on the 1s and 2s and will keep the music going all night.
J Postell Wendel Patrick Randi W Roberts & Station North SadboiFriday, November 17, 2017 9:00 PM