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Digable Planets Drop 90s Hip Hop Sheen at The Regent

When a prolific band from the past springs back from their heyday with a reunion show, it’s hard to know what to expect. Will they sound the same? How will the energy be? Expectations are set high, and fans are hopeful, but sometimes comebacks can be a disappointment; that was not the case on Monday […]

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Win Tickets to Digable Planets at The Regent Theater

’90s alt hip-hop trio Digable Planets are reunited and touring with their original lineup for the first time in eleven years! Count your lucky stars L.A. as they’re playing two back-to-back nights on Sunday, August 21st and Monday, August 22nd at The Regent Theater and Grimy Goods is giving away tickets to their show on Sunday, August 22nd! Hear […]

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Digable Planets schedule Los Angeles date at Regent Theater

It’s time to bust out that “nickel bag of funk.” Digable Planets are making their way to Los Angeles with a headlining performance date at the Regent Theater in Downtown LA! As part of their reunion tour, the influential 90s hip hop trio will also grace the Belly Up Tavern in San Diego along with […]

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Shabazz Palaces at the Echo – Photos (Oct. 18, 2011)

Back in July, we covered Shabazz Palaces‘ Los Angeles debut at the Troubadour and we were thoroughly impressed with both their debut album, Black Up and their live sound. It seems as though the token hipsters-that-heart-hip-hop must have finally jumped on the bandwagon with this former one-part Digable Planets (Butterfly) duo, because the Echo was packed […]

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Shabazz Palaces at the Troubadour (June 9, 2011) – Photos & Show Review

With out even reading the bio on Shabazz Palaces’ new album, Black Up, I instantly thought of one of my favorite hip hop acts, Digable Planets. The rhymes were as smooth as hot buttah’ on a bread roll and the beats were exotically tight. After doing my research I was even more stoked to learn […]

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