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Monday, September 25, 2017

This Little Underground + More Q Than A x 2 = Scratch

Posted By on Mon, Sep 25, 2017 at 4:19 PM

THIS LITTLE UNDERGROUND

Hopefully, some of you made it out to the first joint between This Little Underground and city film series More Q Than A, last month's screening of music documentary A Band Called Death.



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The next collab will be Sep. 27 at the Gallery at Avalon Island's upstairs auditorium. The featured film will be Scratch, the 2001 documentary about the deep history and dazzling artistry of the hip-hop DJ that sits with a 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

For the true heads, it'll be an affirmation. For the uninitiated, it'll be a revelation.
click to enlarge DJ Philo
  • DJ Philo
And to really drive the point home live, a special demo by local turntablist and multiple DMC regional finalist DJ Philo will happen at 7:00 pm right before the screening so you can see this magic up close and get hype for the film:


Please join us.

Event details and ticket information here.

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