Coastal Promotions & Fuzen Presents
Souls of Mischief - 93 Til Infinity 30th Anniversary Tour | Wellington
Coastal Promotions & Fuzen Presents: Souls of Mischief - 93 Til Infinity 30th Anniversary Tour | Wellington
One of the most prolific groups in 90’s hip-hop, Souls of Mischief, make their way to Wellington on their 93 Til Infinity 30th Anniversary Tour this November.
30 YEARS OF 93 ‘TIL INFINITY – AROUND THE WORLD IN 93 DATES
It’s an anniversary worth celebrating. Full album renditions. Party feels. Dripping with Jazz. Flavoursome flows. Cali energy. Fresh garms (with limited runs for sale) and ripe freestyles.
Tickets release 7:00 pm Wednesday 11th October
+ Support from:
Friday 30th October
Thanks to our sponsors at Jagermeister!
Souls of Mischief Bio:
1993, West Coast... Dr Dre vs Eazy-E, Snoop Doggy Dog on the rise with his debut album alongside the N.W.A don of production. Tupac with the summer release of ‘I Get Around’, but caught up in alleged gun fights and assault charges. G-funk the national conversation.
So when Souls Of Mischief came onto the scene with their funky outfits, slammin’ beats and breazy attitudes - backed with a lyrical dexterity far beyond their teenage years – a fresh hop to the bounce of the West Coast was born.
The California quartet announced themselves with harmlessly refreshing confidence, on more of a Tribe tip with jazz-drips and groove-infused rhythms – yet lyrically more adventurous and weed-scented; more of a Pharcyde vibe with endlessly cool rhymes and multisyllabic wordplays - yet more intellectual, energetic and freestyle-ready. A funky introspection was clear to see. This was Oakland, California in 1993.
...Now, 30 years on, 93 to 23, still infinity. Still hectic out there. Time flies but Souls are still chillin. “Now you have younger generations who were born in ’93,” says Phesto. “They’re like, ‘ ’93 ’til infinity.’ It means so many different things to so many different people”
‘This is 93 ‘til infinity, you know, so it’s markin’ the time but also movin’ beyond the time, you feel me?’ - Yasiin Bey (Mos Def