On January 19th the Chaffee Planetarium within the Grand Rapids Public museum will be holding the first "Concert Under the Stars" with the wonderful local electronic music artist Joshua Tree. Nate Eizenga will also be sharing some of his improvisational video projections during the show in collaboration with Joshua Tree's auditory influence. Emily Hromi organized this event series as the Interim Planetarium Manager; this event has been in the works for months now and many underground music fanatics are stoked to see one of their favorite electronic artists in such an interesting venue. The representation of artists like Joshua Tree and Nate Eizenga in an educational setting is paramount. Purchase your tickets and support these artists here.
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Brandon Copeland, known as Dante Cope, is deeply engrained in the Grand Rapids music scene. Known most prominently as the previous operator of everyone's favorite underground music venue, The Death House and as a multi-talented rapper; Cope seems like he can do anything he puts his mind to. It is tough to find other members of the Grand Rapids music scene putting in as much work as him, and in such a wide variety of ways. Recently he threw an event called The Beat Suite: December Edition with DreSkeezus, here's what local DJ/producer Samil had to say about the event: "Dope production all around from everyone contributed to a head nodding experience in an intimate setting."
I had the pleasure of asking Cope a few questions a few weeks back just after we said goodbye to the beloved Death House.
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