TONITE: Pop Can Eat Itself


Looking for something to do tonight? Phawker has you covered. Check out alternative hip-hop group Anti-Pop Consortium tonight at the Silk City Diner. Anti-Pop Consortium opened for Radiohead in 2001, before disbanding in 2003. Now the band, featuring Beans, M. Sayyid, Earl Blaize, and High Priest is back, promoting their fourth album, Fluroescent Black, which was released in late September. Tonight’s show also features a performance by Lushlife, the Philadelphia-based hip-hop producer/MC who just released his second album, Cassette City. — Phillygrrl

Tuesday, October 6, 2009 at 9:00pm
Silk City Bar Diner & Lounge
5th & Spring Garden
$10 Advance / $12 Door
Buy tickets HERE.

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