TABOO - NEON ART SHOW

Shipping & Receiving Bar and Neighborhood Cult Presents

TABOO - NEON ART SHOW

Sudie, Vogue Machine

Friday, October 27, 2017

9:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

$12 - $15

This event is 21 and over

Sam Lao
Sam Lao
Sam Lao is a 25 year-old rapper/singer in Dallas, Tx. Although an artist from birth - mainly drawing, painting and sculpting, she only recently began creating music. "I turned to music when my other creative outlets ceased to be satisfying anymore. I had always sang just for fun but rapping was something new for me and I really took to it."

Despite being a rookie in the game, Sam Lao has already begun to cause a stir in the city of Dallas. Her debut EP, West Pantego, has received rave reviews from both Dallas and national media. The Dallas Observer gave Sam 6 Dallas Observer Music Awards nominations between last year and this year, including "Best New Act", "Best Rap/Hip-Hop Artist" and "Best Female Vocalist". In addition, Lao has performed at countless shows and festivals over the last year including Index Fest, Homegrown Festival, 2 SXSW showcases, The Greenville St. Patty's Day Concert w/ Ludacris as well a sold-out concert at Granada Theater w/ Sarah Jaffe among others. Sam's visuals, which can be found on her Vevo page, are some of the most exciting music videos to come out of Dallas in some time. Her video for "Pilgrims" received a Dallas Observer Music Award nomination for "Best Video" in 2013.

Whether it was listening to her music online, seeing her amazing live performance or watching one of her captivating music videos, fans have been coming in masses to see what's next from Sam Lao. She is clearly showing that she has what it takes to hang with the boys in hip-hop. Lao is currently putting the finishing touches on her debut full-length album which is expected to release at the end of 2014.
Sudie
Sudie
Merging classical training with a unique DIY recording process, Sudie is an artist who's truly forging her own territory.

The 22-year-old singer, songwriter and musician, describes her sound as "something jazzy meets kind of crazy… if Bjork had arranged something for Ella Fitzgerald or Billie Holiday to sing over." It's a sound she's crafted all by herself, utilizing a pair of keyboards, a cheap microphone and a MacBook inside the confines of her tiny bathroom in Dallas, TX.

Every true artist takes their own journey to finding their voice, and for Sudie that path took her from Texas to Dubai and back. Born in Florida, she moved all over the U.S. as a kid, including stops in Dallas and Atlanta, on account of her dad's job as a pilot. The one constant was music. "Music has been a big part of my life ever since I was really small," Sudie says. "I wrote my first song when I was five."
Venue Information:
Shipping & Receiving
201 S Calhoun St.
Fort Worth, TX, 76104