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#THEDOPENESS: Things To Do This Weekend (3/2-3/5)

posted by Alex March 2, 2017

The weekend is pretty much here. As always, there is always something to do or see in the city. We’ve made the planning easy for you and included some of our picks to be at for the weekend. Take a look below, I’m sure you’ll catch us at some of these!

Los Campesinos! – 3/2 @ The Metro: No, Los Campesinos is not Mexican Regional Band. Los Campesinos! are actually an Indie band from Wales and they’ll be performing at The Metro. Buy your tickets here!

Kevin Abstract – 3/3 @ Subterranean: Make sure you’re posted up at Sub-T on Friday night as Kevin Abstract will be in town. Purchase tickets now, because we’re sure this show will be sold out!

Heavyweight Soul – 3/3 @ The Whistler: Maybe you’re just trying to have some drinks and vibe to some dope tracks this weekend. If that’s so, head over to The Whistler on Friday and catch DJ Mr. Jaytoo playing nothing but soul, funk, and disco vibes.

Ibn Inglor – 3/4 @ Chop Shop: Ibn Inglor is back and we couldn’t be any more excited. Check out his live set at the Chop Shop on Saturday.

Quiet Clubbing – 3/4 @ 19 East: You can’t go wrong with a good silent party. It’s even better when there is good music involved. King Marie, Manny Muscles, Evie The Cool, Boathouse, DJ Izzy E and many more will all be taking care of the different channels, so make sure you’re there!

Rapflix w/ Freddy Phatz @ Harbee Liquors: Enjoy the vibes from Freddy Phatz while watching the videos to everything that he plays. Sundays really are better at Harbee Liquors!


Event: Mic Terror Release Party ft. The Cool Kids, Treated Crew & Taylor Bennett on 3/7

posted by Oscar February 14, 2014

Mic Terror FPD Release Party

On The Grind Management Presents: Mic Terror’s Fresh Prince of Darkness release party.

The much-anticipated release of Mic Terror’s latest work will finally arrive this year and to help commemorate the occasion OTG will be holding a release party with performances by Treated Crew, The Cool Kids, Saint Millie and Taylor Bennett. The night will also hear additional music from Million $ Mano, VIP J, Matt Boy White, Manny Muscles and DJ RTC.

The release party will take place this upcoming March 7th at the Hard Rock Cafe, located on 63 W Ontario in downtown Chicago. Tickets $20 in advance/$25 door ($5 off at the door with your proof of purchase of FPD). 18+ to enter, show starts at 10pm.

Get tickets: http://micterror.eventbrite.com


Jugrnaut – Summer of Love in the City of Hate 2013 Summer Lookbook

posted by Alex July 24, 2013


I was actually at Jugrnaut last week and ended up chopping it up with Roger from Jugrnaut in regards to their upcoming collection; and he said that their latest will be some of their dopest yet. It’s evident that their latest is perfect for the summer. They’ve got those “Big Pimpin” and “Tie Dye” tees that are perfect to rock at any local festival, show, or scene. Peep the lookbook below as they feature St. Millie and Manny Muscles.

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Jugrnaut 5 Year Anniversary Party on December 7th

posted by Alberto December 1, 2012

jug 5 yr annJugrnaut is celebrating its 5 year anniversary next week at Metropolis with DJ sets by Big Once, Manny Muscles, Matt Boy White and Boy Wonder.  St. Millie and Chance The Rapper will also be performing at the event next week.  There will be plenty of giveaways from brands like Mishka, Crooks, Diamond, 10 Deep, Illest, Rastaclat, Rustic Dime and more.  So make sure to stop by and support Jugrnaut.  Admission is only $5! Update: ShowYouSuck has been added to the line up!

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Recap: Chance The Rapper Live at Lincoln Hall

posted by Alberto June 11, 2012

This past Friday, Chance The Rapper headlined a sold-out show at Lincoln Hall in Lincoln Park. The show, presented by Jugrnaut, was kicked off by DJ Iggy of the Midnight Rockers as soon as the doors opened at 6pm. He had a very diverse set consisting of tracks that the younger, teenager-filled crowd thoroughly enjoyed. After warming up the crowd, DJ Iggy stayed on stage to handle the DJ duties for Chicago rapper St. Millie. St. Millie had a very dope set and definitely got a lot of love from the crowd. One of his best performances of the night was for the relatively new track, “Something Good.” Continue Reading