Good Society continues to show us that trap and future beats lineups are not going away anytime soon with their November 4th show at 1720 Warehouse in Los Angeles, CA. An absolutely STACKED lineup of Alexander Lewis, Lophiile, Vindata, capshun and episcool we promise you don’t want to miss this show.
The Good Society show is sponsored by Audius and curated in partnership with Phuture Collective, another incredible label/team making waves in the industry.
First off, can we talk about the curation of the lineup?
Josh Yamini, the founder of Good Society, has absolutely immaculate taste that bleeds into every lineup they drop. Lophiile and capshun are not strangers to Good Society, as they have both been able to grace the stage at least once.
Lophiile’s most recent Good Society appearance was the weekend of LA’s reopening in June this year, and capshun came on as a special guest at their August show. The legends Vindata are also joining the lineup, giving us even more of that throwback Soundcloud Golden-Era-Trap vibe we can’t get enough of.
Alexander Lewis is the genius behind some of our favorite trap tracks like his remix of Britney Spears’ “Toxic,” which we have on repeat.
And last but certainly not least, the rising star and young prodigy episcool is opening the night. She is perhaps the person we are most excited to see. A California-based trap producer, episcool brings a breath of fresh air to the lineup. A member of sus collective. and featured on this year’s Boost Tape, episcool is a force to be reckoned with. She has released music on incredible labels/collectives like Partica, dumb collective, Myopic Sounds, and more.
We cannot wait to see all of the musical genius these artists are going to bring to the table. For more from Good Society, follow them on all socials below and you can grab tickets to the November 4th show HERE.
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