Promoters of Spectrum Hope to 'Build a Scene' with the Lake Effect Studio Event

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One of the more active hip-hop acts on the local circuit, the group Smoke Screen just announced it'll play a special event dubbed Spectrum. Promoters hope the concert, which they’ve billed as “an evening of underground art and music,” will “bring together the young art crowd, hip-hop crowd, dance/club kid crowd, and folks who don't know about either/or and are curious to hopefully work towards building a scene.”

Pablo Amor, Nic Nacc and DJ Eso will also perform. Artists such as Dan Bortz, Lynnea Holland-Weiss, Zay Williams, Chad Fedorovich and Murphy Welch will have their work on display as well. Local vendors Hollow Eyes Imprint and STACHE clothing will also be on hand.



The event starts at 9 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22. It takes place at the Lake Effect Studios located at 1615 East 25th St. Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door.

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