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Emma Smetana & Jordan Haj


Rest & Matys, We Are Domi, The Silver Spoons



The Prototypes



Gorgon City


Semestr Closing

Student Christmas Party

New Year's Eve 2022


Laurent Garnier


Katatonia & Sólstafir

Twilight Burials - EU tour 2022



Ice Nine Kills


The Black Angels

Andy C & Tonn Piper


Son Lux

Giolì & Assia




Easy Life


Lola Marsh


Dax J


Callum Scott


Øtta (UK)

Karpe + Quickstyle



High Contrast



Monika Kruse




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Marrying lean, sharp-eyed lyricism with Southern-fried soul, every song arrives fully formed, hitting hard and landing jokes while also delving deep into political issues. Meeting J.Cole at one of their live shows led the pair to sign with his Interscope Records joint venture, Dreamville Records. Since the signing, EARTHGANG have become a force in the music space releasing bodies of critically acclaimed work like debut album, Mirrorland; Spilligion, the collaborative album with their Spillage Village supergroup as well as the Dreamville compilation, Revenge of the Dreamers III, which earned the pair two Grammy nominations as well as their first #1 album status.  Simultaneously, they have been cementing the broadness with genre-fluid collaborations alongside artists such as Gorillaz, TokiMonsta, Brittany Howard, Louis The Child and more.

Earlier this year, the duo announced the name of their upcoming sophomore release, GHETTO GODS, the follow up to their critically acclaimed debut, Mirrorland (2019). The album is a reminder of the godhood present in all of us, and a study in how our environments create our reality, which, through dedication, faith and belief can be transmuted into whatever we desire. There isn’t much that EARTHGANG haven’t touched with their influence and music, and it isn’t stopping anytime soon. The Atlanta natives are on an ascent to become one of hip hop’s most impactful duos.