Good Society x SPACE2950 present:
Monte Booker (Soulection)
With supporting acts:
LA’s Good Society collective and San Francisco party SPACE2950 invite Soulection’s very own Monte Booker to F8 Nightclub in downtown San Francisco alongside a loaded lineup of rising artists for a night of hip-hop and future beats.
$5 - $15 tickets on Eventbrite
Friday, July 19 / 930pm - 2am / 21+
A portion of the show’s proceeds will go to Build.org, a Bay Area organization aimed at powering the youth from under-resourced communities and propelling them to high school, college & career success.
Chicago producer Monte Booker is 24. He recently referred to some of his formative influences, like the Neptunes and Kanye West, as “the old hip-hop scene.” He considers Flying Lotus a genre unto himself. Booker is a late millennial making music for a new millennium. His sounds are bespoke, and his beats don’t smack as much as they pleasingly tumble forth, like tennis balls in a dryer. He puts his generation’s restless energy to work by zapping small clicks and shots of static in and out of his productions. He makes hip-hop and R&B that pings between FlyLo’s bulging maximalism and the charming exactitude of found-sound eccentrics Matmos. Along with his like-minded Zero Fatigue crew—including rapper Smino, Jay2, Bari,and singer Ravyn Lenae—Booker is creating music with a sense of history that could only exist right now.