Tech N9ne rolls into Venue 578 with the whole Strange Records crew

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The first 100 days of a new administration, although enjoyable to some, may have inspired a faction of Americans to entertain the idea of embarking on a time-traveling expedition back to a less tumultuous time. Luckily for them, the Strictly Strange Tour, headed by Strange Records founder and rhyme-spitting Kansas City native Aaron Dontez Yates, better known as Tech N9ne, strolls into Orange Avenue’s Venue 578 this week with a horrorcore demeanor that carries the delicious scent of the late ’90s. Tech, in collaboration with the entire in-house lineup of Strange Records, including tourmates Brotha Lynch Hung, Krizz Kaliko, Stevie Stone and Ces Cru, released a 21-track compilation called Dominion back on April 7 that’s well worth a listen. If the brief skits and heavy-paced collaborations on the album piqued your interest at all, then you’re likely to find solace at what will not fail to be an abrasively bumping set thrown together by a perpetually touring and legendary lyricist.

7 p.m. Wednesday, May 3 | Venue 578, 578 N. Orange Ave. | 407-872-0066 | venue578.com | $35-$175

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