Cadence Weapon en tournée avec Buck 65

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Cadence Weapon will be playing Cabaret Du Capitole in Quebec City on April 21st in support of his latest release, Afterparty Babies.

Canadian Tour Dates:
04.10.08 – Moncton, NB – The Empress $
04.11.08 – St. Johns, NL – Club One $
04.12.08 – Charlottetown, PEI – The Mack $
04.13.08 – Fredericton, NB – The Playhouse $
04.17.08 – Halifax, NS – The Marquee
04.19.08 – Montreal, QC – Le National $
04.21.08 – Quebec City, QC – Cabaret Du Capitole $
04.22.08 – Ottawa, ON – the Bronson Centre $
04.23.08 – Hamilton, ON – Westside Concert Theatre $
04.25.08 – Toronto, ON – The Danforth Music Hall $
04.26.08 – London, ON – Aeolian Hall $
04.29.08 – Winnipeg, MB – The Garrick $
04.30.08 – Regina, SK – The Exchange $
05.01.08 – Edmonton, AB – McDougall United Church $
05.03.08 – Calgary, AB – MacEwan Ballroom $
05.07.08 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom $
05.08.08 – Victoria, BC – Alix Goolden Hall $

$ - w/ Buck 65

Les critiques:

Global Media Praise for Cadence Weapon and “Afterparty Babies”

“Cadence doesn’t really have any peers as a beatmaker or a lyricist” – EYE weekly **** (Canada)

“Pemberton is clearly the life of the party – and a force to be reckoned with” – The Sun **** (Canada)

“If Cadence is starting this high, he could be unstoppable in his 20’s” – The Toronto Star ****

“Fast-talking MC Rollie Pemberton’s impeccable second album confirms that the history of Canadian electro did not end with Neil Youngs’s Trans” – The Observer (UK)

“Afterparty Babies is just so, so, so good. It’s raising the bar on modern rap music in a way that this reviewer thinks is completely unique” – Drowned In Sound 9/10 (UK)

“A new heavyweight underground hip hop hero is born” – IDJ 5/5 (UK)

“Pemberton has made a sound so exhilarating, fresh, exciting, upbeat – I could go on” – Angry Ape (UK)

SPIN *** (USA)

“A dense and abrasive record of astonishing precocity” – Uncut ****

“This kid’s got skills” – Hip Hop Connection

“Several power-ups beyond regular undie hip hop... alternating blurred near-emotional atmospherics, jarring shifts, wise-ass affectation and razorblade/concrete cut-ups” – Plan B

“Influenced by techno, old school hip hop, Bob Dylan and grime but sounding likne none of them, this album is uniquely challenging and innovative, like Kanye West with a fetish for literal wordplay and a head full of Nintendo beats” – The Skinny

“A sure bet – his innovative music-making... is set to reinvigorate transatlantic hip hop’s mainstream image” – Metro, “One To Watch”

“Underground hip hop’s saviour” – Dazed & Confused

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