777 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110 - Map
A.CHAL

A.CHAL

FKi, Odie

Sat, September 16, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Chapel

San Francisco, CA

$18 adv / $20 door

This event is all ages

A.CHAL
A.CHAL
Since his 2013 debut EP Ballroom Riots, Peruvian born and New York & Los Angeles bred singer/songwriter/producer, A.CHAL has been patiently biding his time. That time would begin its course in early 2015 when he unassumingly returned sharing his new record “GAZI” on his socials. Over the course of that year A.CHAL would gradually gain new followers and interests. As he unhurriedly share new songs introduced by the support of cultural mavens & artists such as Drake’s Co-Manager & October’s Very Own Founder, Oliver El-Khatib, ASAP Worldwide & RCA Records/Sony Music Recording Artist, ASAP Rocky & award winning radio broadcaster/DJ/producer at Apple's international radio station, Beats1, Zane Lowe.

The release of A.CHAL's long awaited album 'Welcome to GAZI', would soon follow the summer of 2016 to good public response. As the fan favorite record, "Round Whippin" steadily picked up streams and spins at radio. Following its stunning black & white psychedelic visual debut, directed by DIVISION Paris' Max Vatblé.

Later that summer also saw his debut performance at Day N Festival in Orange County, CA, followed by the launch of his free show series Show Es Gratis. A.CHAL would end the year on a high note, as he joined PartyNextDoor to close out his North American, Summer's Over tour.

With the support & coverage from the likes of the FADER, Pigeons & Planes, REMEZCLA, i-D & USA Today to name a few. With his impressive debut, the noteworthy video for "Round Whippin," and his growing touring story, A.CHAL is surely an artist to watch in 2017.
FKi
FKi
FKi are an american Hip Hop duo, from Atlanta (Georgia), formed by 1st Down & Raye Rich.
Odie
Odie
At just 19 years old, Toronto-born producer and artist Odie is transforming the contemporary sound of hip-hop.

Not bound by genre, Odie experiments with traditional hip-hop, jazz, soul, alternative rock and afrobeat. After living in Toronto for the first 13 years of his life, he moved to California’s Bay Area, where he began exploring with songwriting more thoroughly.

Growing up in a Nigerian household exposed him to different styles and allowed him to use his culture as a way to set the tone for his sound. Rather than joining the fast-paced approach to putting out music, like many otheremerging artists, Odie is embodying the ideology of quality over quantity.

Over the past year he’s released a number of tracks like “My Own” and “Señorita”, which gained a lot of traction on Soundcloud and was even recognized Soulection founder, Joe Kay, for airing on their Apple Music Beats 1 radio show.

Since then Odie has released a number of loose singles, including his most recent “Dreams” produced by Unité, which mixes elements of West African drums, a heavy bass and harmonies to create a hazy, undeniably stunning track.
Venue Information:
The Chapel
777 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA, 94110
http://www.thechapelsf.com