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We can confidently say it was the most diverse lineup yet, with sets ranging from the politically charged St. Johns rapper Mic Capes to the elegantly wasted Boone Howard, the psychedelic star-tripping of Cat Hoch to Chanti Darling’s vintage R&B dance party.
After six years of drunken, rowdy shows, Howard wanted to get back to his songwriting roots—just a couple chords and a lot of upfront honesty, undisguised by riffs, metaphors and showers of beer.
Post-rock, deathcore, Jersey club, Wu-Tang, olllllllllld school hip-hop and our other top concert picks for Saturday, Oct. 10.