BrickToYaFace’s DIY Music & Fashion Fest
The Common Ground nights at Riverside’s Vibe are the center of a ferocious Inland Empire hip-hop (and beyond!) scene, and that’s why it makes perfect sense to name this the DIY fest—if anybody is doing it by themselves, it’s the promoters/bloggers/all-around architects at BrickToYaFace, the people behind Common Ground who put together this event with a strong selection of Southern California artists. Some highlights: headliner Speak used his writing credit for Kreayshawn’s “Gucci Gucci” to reveal his true maniacal self to the world, while BrickToYaFace’s Noa James comes with colossal philosophy and up-and-comer Curtiss King is/has the unofficial motto of this whole thing, “You questioning my dedication? I should question your medication!”
Sat., Aug. 31, 5 p.m., 2013
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