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Lo-Fi Blac Collective releases their debut Don’t Feed the Mogwai

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The Charleston-rooted Lo-Fi Blac Collective is celebrating their debut album, released today, with a lively and stacked show at the Purple Buffalo on Saturday night. Their new album, Don’t Feed the Mogwai, and their release show will feature performances from artists in the collective, including creator Slum Chronic, Jhonny Mav, Kaleb the Great, Young Rell, Mike Burna, Klooch, Huddle, and Tazi Babi.

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The Lo-Fi Blac Collective was originally meant to be an indie music record label but quickly gained popularity, turning into the music collective it exists as today. They remain a close knit community of artists who support each other and work together outside of the collective.

The 21+ release show at the Purple Buffalo will start at 8 p.m. There will be a $5 cover.

Posted inFeedback File, Music+Clubs

Lo-Fi Blac Collective releases their debut Don't Feed the Mogwai

Keely Laughlin

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The Charleston-rooted Lo-Fi Blac Collective is celebrating their debut album, released today, with a lively and stacked show at the Purple Buffalo on Saturday night. Their new album, Don't Feed the Mogwai, and their release show will feature performances from artists in the collective, including creator Slum Chronic, Jhonny Mav, Kaleb the Great, Young Rell, Mike Burna, Klooch, Huddle, and Tazi Babi.

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The Lo-Fi Blac Collective was originally meant to be an indie music record label but quickly gained popularity, turning into the music collective it exists as today. They remain a close knit community of artists who support each other and work together outside of the collective.

The 21+ release show at the Purple Buffalo will start at 8 p.m. There will be a $5 cover.