Lit House Returns to Birmingham’s Syndicate Lounge For Southeastern Showcase

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Guest post by Louis Fagelson

Lit House is opening its doors to Birmingham, AL once again. On Feb. 12th, the Syndicate Lounge (433 20th St S, Birmingham, AL 35233) will be showcasing some of the finest in the southeast’s scene. The night will feature performances by Carey Fountain, Quavius Black, Rambo & B Knott, Cale Charles, and Folly of Youth. DJ sets by ThePrblms, Gina T, and DJ Micah will keep the vibes flowing. Visual art will be provided by Maggie King, Sara Roberson, and DeVonte Holt. Join us for a night filled with positive vibes, local art and the best in regional talent.

Give the artists a listen by checking out their pages below:

Carey Fountain is a DC native with a fluid style that crosses musical boundaries. He is also a leader in the DoReMe movement, sharing local music and talking about topics affecting our community.

Peep his music here:

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Quavius Black is an MC out of Hattiesburg, MS. His vivid imagery and storytelling allow him to express his tale with a clean delivery. He recently dropped his LL&F EP at the beginning of 2017.

Give it a listen here:

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Rambo and B Knott are an RnB, rap duo out of Birmingham, AL. With rapid-fire verses and catchy instrumentals, the duo’s soundcloud lineup leaves little to be desired.

Check it out here:

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Cale Charles out of Tuskegee, AL spits his messages over his lucid instrumentals. His spacey beats provide a platform for his personal reflections and stories.

His music can be found here:

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Folly of Youth is a Birmingham based MC that dropped some serious bars on the Birmingham Cypher Part 2.

Check out the video here:

Instagram – @folly_of_youth

DJ sets by

The Prblms is an Atlanta based producer putting out a wide variety spacey, wavy beats. His ability to contort audio tracks allows him to achieve a smooth, quirky sound whether the instrumental is simple or complex.

Listen to some tracks here:

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Gina T‘s soulful, RnB beats will have everyone at the spot moving. Her polished transitions and original mashups cross genres and styles like no other.

Check out her mixes here:

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DJ Micah’s mashup game is too strong. With the skills to match the catchiest of beats to the most fire of verses, his set will keep the crowd bumping.

Check out his mashups here:

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King Louie reps East Tennakey with Super Saiyan swag. Dope instrumentals are great but I’m looking for lyrics that will tell a story. Wordplay and delivery are key. Hit me up on twitter@lfagelson.


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