New production biz gets into ‘Hip Hop for Hope’
December 23, 2009
SMC Enterprises is a new local music production company founded by Cedar Lampe. SMC produces, manages and promotes artists and events. The goal of SMC is to provide a fresh and consistent flow of great local music. SMC’s first artist, D-funk, has done shows in Truckee, Chico, San Luis Obispo, and San Francisco. His and#8220;October Snow EPand#8221; is out now, and the full length LP, and#8220;Abstract Aura,and#8221; is dropping in early 2010. Visit dfunkhiphop.bandcamp.com.
Also in the works is and#8220;Hip Hop for Hope,and#8221; a benefit concert in memory of Melissa Hope Dennison. and#8220;Hip Hop for Hopeand#8221; is set for Jan. 23, 2010. The event will feature Cambo, DJ Effective, and D-funk performing live, along with a raffle and silent auction (not to mention a bar to keep you grooving). All proceeds from the show will be donated to the Hip Hop for Hope team in the AIDS Lifecycle event, a 545-mile, seven-day ride to raise money for AIDS research. Information on the Lifecycle event can be found at aidslifecycle.org and be sure to check out team and#8220;Hip Hop for Hopeand#8221; by clicking on and#8220;find a participant.and#8221;
If you would like to donate products for the raffle and/or silent auction, please contact Cedar Lampe at or call (530) 386-3123.
More details on and#8220;Hip Hop for Hopeand#8221; will be available soon. Stay classy, Tahoe.
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