Larry ‘PreSkool’ Weissman
Larry ‘DJ PreSkool’ Weissman has dropped acid naked on the roof during a thunderstorm, burned down a bank in Boston, hung with the Hells Angels, raised a family, led and retired from a successful IT career, took up DJing at age 50, and has taken amounts of psychedelic drugs that would melt the mind of a less evolved human. Now 67, PreSkool’s a regular on the turntables at places like Max Fish and Union Pool, and he’s still out-partying the kids.
By laying live bass lines over her DJ sets, Blu Detiger drops irreproducible jams every time she gets on stage. The college-aged wunderkind has already made a name for herself in New York’s iconic nightlife spots.
Lauryn Hill is one of hip-hop’s female pioneers. After working with Wyclef Jean in The Fugees, Lauryn’s embarked on a solo career with her iconic album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. After a mystique-drenched hiatus from the music world, Lauryn Hill is back in the game. CONVICTS caught her recent show at The Surf Lodge.
The Aston Shuffle
The Aston Shuffle duo, Vance Musgrove and Mikah Freeman, have been making music together for a decade. Though the two live on opposite sides of the globe, their close knit relationship and creative synchronicity keeps the beat moving.
Donavon Frankenreiter surfs the strings of his guitar. The pro-surfer turned professional musician came up under the tutelage of Jack Johnson in the early 2000s. Fifteen years later, the raspy-voiced soft rocker is still going strong. He tore it up for yet another epic sunset show at The Surf Lodge.
Anderson .Paak and The Free Nationals bring the sensual funk. Drenched in his usual charisma, the genre-bending rapper lit The Surf Lodge’s already hot summertime vibes on fire.