Analog Suspects have been called Richmond's own Run the Jewels.

Analog Suspects have been called Richmond's own Run the Jewels.

Friday, March 8, 2019

PICK: Analog Suspects album release show, Friday, March 8 at the Hofheimer Building's Darkroom

Check out a video of "Analog Suspects Theme" from the new album.

Posted By on Fri, Mar 8, 2019 at 4:01 PM

Local hip-hop fans know the names Noah-O and DJ Mentos, both accomplished veterans of the scene. Together as Analog Suspects they've been called Richmond's own version of Run the Jewels.

Tonight they're joining forces for their first joint project since "The Rain" -- the 15-track "Transmission 001" which will see its album release at the Hofheimer's The Darkroom. Music starts at 9 p.m. and it costs $10.

Hosted by Gigi Broadway (co-host of Cheats Movement on WRIR) and the Richmond MC Cole Hicks, the showcase also features J. Slim, Santana Brothers (from NYC), and Cadillac Cat. Hip Hop Henry (Nighttime Maneuvers on WRIR) will be DJing the night.

Come check out their new album being performed in full and hear what all the fuss is about. You can hear other music here: https://analogsuspects.bandcamp.com/releases.

The Hofheimer (Dark Room) is located at 1621 West Broad St.

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