Lil Indies gets fresh with new Sunday residency by GWADCIP$

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THIS LITTLE UNDERGROUND
GWADCIP$ at Lil Indies - JEN CRAY
  • Jen Cray
  • GWADCIP$ at Lil Indies
From the juke-joint fire of Eugene Snowden’s "Ten Pints of Truth" (Wednesdays) to the soul inferno of Kaleigh Baker (Thursdays) to the Phat-N-Jazzy steeze of DJ BMF’s “45 Fridays,” Lil Indies has an earned reputation for interesting music residencies, certainly one of the best in town as far as bars go.
GWADCIP$ at Lil Indies - JEN CRAY
  • Jen Cray
  • GWADCIP$ at Lil Indies
Well, there’s a new – and very now – weekly residency in the mix. Every Sunday, the vibe comes alive with young Orlando producer GWADCIP$, who also happens to be our current “Band of the Week.” As seen last Sunday when I popped in between sets at the Christian Lopez show next door at Will's Pub, his work is different and more live than the typical DJ set. Using a sampler, he actively chops, drops and tweaks his own original, sample-based music.
GWADCIP$ at Lil Indies - JEN CRAY
  • Jen Cray
  • GWADCIP$ at Lil Indies
His sound is a left-field union of hip-hop and electronic that works the dynamic between halcyon, disembodied samples and sharp, stuttering beats. It’s a sound that’s chill, tasteful and future-minded, something you’re more likely to see in the more electronic-friendly Milk District. It’s fresh look for Lil Indies and it's now every Sunday.
GWADCIP$ at Lil Indies - JEN CRAY
  • Jen Cray
  • GWADCIP$ at Lil Indies
GWADCIP$ at Lil Indies - JEN CRAY
  • Jen Cray
  • GWADCIP$ at Lil Indies
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