what I want to do, that’s my definition of a party – party with senior citizens and spray champagne on each other. That’s my idea of a good time now that I think about it…” For those who haven’t been to a live show in the area with the artist, Prof says to be prepared. “It’s very, very high energy. The (crowd) comes ready to completely buck out and lose their minds, so if
anyone hasn’t seen that before it’s very intense and I’m just trying to keep up with them,” he laughed. Leading up to that energy is Venice Beach, Calif.’s hip-hop/reggae group, the Luminaries. The band, which sees themselves more than just musicians but as “catalysts for change,” have each played the role of teacher, social worker and activist. Touring the United States, the group will be stopping by the 605
cursive Image by Daniel Muller.
Summer Classic stage. Local funk and rock band Sol Fredo will also be hitting the stage, hoping to release a new EP that weekend. Sioux Falls’ own El Dub (deriving from the letters L and W for Lee Walsh) will kick things off with his solo project where he will be looping jams. This will be one of the first times Walsh (formerly of Lunar Funk Theory) will perform in the area after a long stint across the U.S.
605 Magazine June 2013 Edition