Degree One and Atomique Productions come correct with the realness...


feat Wordsworth, Stricklin, Punchline = eMC

with special guests KIDS

Sunday, September 21

Lucky Bar - 517 Yates St. Victoria
Doors: 9:00pm  19+ w 2pcs ID.

Invite your friends on FB:  

Advance Tickets: $18 - Available NOW at Lyle's PlaceDitch Records & CDs and online here: 


eMC - Charly Murphie: 
Marco Polo feat. Masta Ace - Nostalgia 
Masta Ace - Born To Roll: 

Artist Info: 

In 2008, Masta Ace, Wordsworth, Punchline and Stricklin formed eMC. The self-proclaimed supergroup debuted The Show to high praise but subsequently put the brakes all activity after an international tour. Now, following a sufficient hiatus, they’re back with new album The Turning Point and they’re heading to Band on the Wall.

EMC is comprised of four spectacular lyricists: the Midwest phenom “Stricklin”, the widely respected Lyricist Lounge duo “Punchline & Wordsworth”, and the legendary Brooklyn bred Juice Crew member “Masta Ace.” What makes this group so special is that it was basically formed at the request of the fans. Touring together, Strick, Punch, and Words all became very close and realised how natural it became to be on stage together. The fans recognized this chemistry as well and often asked if there was a group album planned in the future. Well ask no more! EMC is here and ready to take Hip Hop to places it has never been before

Great rhymes plus great beats equals great music! This is the formula and creed that these four emcees have chosen to live by. 

Degree Onand Atomique Productions present

with special guests Bambu & MaLLy

Thursday, September 25
Sugar NightClub - 857 Yates St, Victoria
Doors: 7:00pm (Early Show)  19+

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Advance Tickets: $22 - Available at Lyle's PlaceDitch Records & CDs and online here:


Brother Ali - Work Everyday:

Brother Ali - Uncle Sam Goddam: 
Brother Ali - Take Me Home:

Artist Info:

Brother Ali is a highly respected Hip Hop artist, speaker and activist from Minneapolis, MN. His decade long resume includes six critically acclaimed albums, mentorships with Iconic Hip Hop legends Chuck D and Rakim and performances on late night talk shows with Conan O Brien and Jimmy Fallon. He’s been the subject of Al-Jazeera and NPR pieces and was a keynote speaker at this year’s Nobel Peace Prize Forum. He’s landed coveted press features such as Rolling Stone’s 40th anniversary “Artist to Watch” and Source Magazine’s “Hip Hop Quotables”.

Ali has won the hearts and minds of Hip Hop fans world wide with his intimate song writing, captivating live performances and outspoken stance on issues of Justice and Human Dignity. In 2007, Ali was flagged by The US Department of Homeland Security for his controversial critique of America’s human rights violations in his song/video “Uncle Sam Goddamn”. In the summer of 2012, Ali was arrested in an act of civil disobedience as an organizer of Minnesota’s Occupy Homes movement to defend Twin Cities homeowners from unjust foreclosures.
Brother Ali’s latest album, Mourning in America and Dreaming in Color is his manifesto on the political, socioeconomic and cultural suffering in modern American life, as well as a declaration of hope and possibility for a brighter future. The album is introduced by Dr. Cornel West.

Dr. West had this to say about Ali and his work. “Brother Ali is fundamentally committed to truth and justice. He’s part of a great tradition in this country and around the world that highlights the wretched of the earth, allows them to undergo an awakening and shatters their sleepwalking. I want the world to know that Ali is my brother and I have so much great love and respect for him. We’re part of the same tradition concerned with Truth and Justice. He does it in his own smooth, sophisticated way. Sometimes he’s funky and sometimes he’s direct, but I love the way he tells the truth. The album itself (Mourning in America and Dreaming in Color) is such a force for good and a food source for people’s souls. People can feel the love on the vanilla side of town and on the chocolate side of town. It’s a human thing. A love thing.”

Atomique Productions in association with Degree One Presents

Big K.R.I.T.

plus Two-9

Saturday, October 25

Distrikt Nightclub (formerly 9ONE9) - 900 block Douglas St. Victoria
Doors at 7PM - Early Show, followed by Clubnight.   19+


Big K.R.I.T. ft. Rico Love - Pay Attention (Prod. Jim Jonsin):
Big K.R.I.T - Country Sh*t: 
2 Chainz ft Big K.R.I.T. - Pimps: 
Big K.R.I.T. - The Vent: 
Big K.R.I.T. - Mt. Olympus: 


This year Big K.R.I.T has been paving the way for the release of his highly anticipated sophomore studio album, Cadillactica. K.R.I.T. is continuing to reeve up excitement for the release, and showcase his unique style of production and rhyming abilities, with the announcement that tickets for his new North American Pay Attention Tour will go on sale tomorrow, August 15, 2014.

The 31-day tour will start off in Charlotte, NC on October 2nd and end in Atlanta, GA on November 15th, 2014. Fans across the United States, as well as in Canada, will get the chance to witness some of K.R.I.T.’s newest material and past classics. They will also get the opportunity to catch performances by Atlanta artists’ Two 9 as they open for K.R.I.T.

“I am excited to get on the road,” said K.R.I.T. “This tour will give fans a little taste of what is to come. I am traveling with a message, a message about our culture-where we were and what we have come to. I want to make sure people are paying attention to what is happening in their lives and in hip-hop today.”

This announcement comes just after the release of his first official single, “Pay Attention,” off Cadillactica. The single debuted last month to rave reviews. With Rico Love providing a feature and production by Jim Jonsin, the new track was a perfect way to showcase K.R.I.T.’s versatility and provide contrast to previous works. This is only the beginning, however. With this new album K.R.I.T. is out for blood. He plans to solidify his status as a reigning king of southern rap while he takes music listeners on a journey through sound and lyricism they will not soon forget.

The next king is ready to take up his crown. Make sure you are there to witness it. Check out the list below for concert dates and cities.


Advance Tickets: $32 - Available at Lyle's PlaceDitch Records & CDs,The Strathcona Hotel and online here:

Big K.R.I.T - Meet & Greet Package - $55
• One general admission ticket
• VIP early entry into the venue
• Exclusive aftershow meet & greet with Big K.R.I.T.
• Personal photograph with Big K.R.I.T.
• Specially designed Big K.R.I.T. Multi Alumni snapback [autographed, exclusive to VIP packages only]
• Autographed tour poster (limited print, numbered)
• Official meet & greet laminate
• Limited availability
• Available exclusively online here:

*Doors: 7:00pm (Early Show)