ONE VERY ODD SHOW: ODD MOJO
with FootsxColes, Premo, Not.Alone, Jenna Camille and KnoImNot
Downstairs, All Ages
DOORS: 7:00 PM // SHOW: 8:00 PM
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Friday December 27, 2019
One Very Odd Show with Odd Mojo and FootsxColes, Premo, Not.Alone, Jenna Camille, and KnoImNot.
Capital Heights MC Odd Mojo brings a new type of retro sound and old school flow back to today’s hip-hop scene. Boasting self-love awareness with witty wordplay, Mojo presents a deeply confessional catalogue of familiar insecurities and anxieties over a jazzy, minimalist production. Graduating from her sophomore mixtape, her latest work is a theatrical and dynamic production of raw emotion and growth. Expect Mojo to bring all of this to the stage, and she’ll expect the crowd to chop along with her. her music, video
Not.Alone is a band? Collective? Set of musical brothers? (Yeah, sure) The trio of genre-splicing creatives from the DMV (D.C., Maryland, and Virginia), consists of multi-instrumentalist DAETA, singer Marc Amour, and rapper Nomad the Native who pull inspiration from jazz, hip-hop, and soul music to create a musical chimera that moves as freely on stage as it does on wax. Not.Alone makes music that mixes Hip Hop, R&B, and Jazz music with additional influences from a wide array of musical influences. The group has performed all around the DMV, playing at Songbyrd Music House, Velvet Lounge, Funk Parade, and The Black Cat with their sights set on performing on many more stages. their music, video
Jenna Camille is a singer-songwriter from Accokeek, Maryland whose music is "a heady mix of R&B with elements of jazz, hip-hop and electronic music," as described by The Washington Post, which "evokes the anything-goes apotheosis of neo-soul". Growing up, Jenna received formal training in piano, studying at the New Sewell Music Conservatory and DC's esteemed Duke Ellington School of the Arts. She then majored in jazz studies at both Michigan State University and the University of the District of Columbia. At the same time, Jenna has performed at a wide range of events, including the Chale Wote Street Art Festival in Accra, Ghana, and the Common Ground Music Festival in Lansing, Michigan. She has also shared bills with acts like Hollie Cook and Damu the Fudgemunk, among others. in 2018, She and portugal-based producer, Pedro Ricardo, released their joint album “This Is What I’m Going Through” on Wolf Music Recordings. The album was featured on I-D France, BBC Radio, Stamp the Wax, Bolting Bits,NTS Radio and Virgil Abloh’s “Televised Radio” on Apple Music. her music, video
International DJ/Producer “Knoimnot” is a Maryland based creative that uses his ability to curate, innovate, & inspire many people around the world through the eyes of being a D.I.Y artist. From uptempo Jersey Club to down tempo R&B, Knoimnot’s open format style of DJing showcases a variety of moods and genres on a musical spectrum that cultivates his audience through vibrations and live performances. Throughout the world, Knoimnot is known to be a pioneer in music that people can trust to lead a memorable experience. As Knoimnot continues to develop his skill as an artist and curator, He seeks to continue to build connections around the world that would help him grow and develop the necessary knowledge and resources for creative expression and execution. his music