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The Bounce

December 11, 2006


Last Friday night The FADER and Puma's Gen F Live series finally made it's way to Los Angeles. LA, in turn, said, "Rad!" Then it said, "Of course I would like a delicious Heineken." Held deep downtown at Little Radio, Toronto's under-appreciated Kardinal Offishall sparked it off with a good vibery set that incorporated Arrested Development, Clipse, Bob Marley, co-hypeman Solitair's Borat impressions, Canadian humor and, of course, blazing Kardinal kuts like "Ol' Time Killin'" and "Bakardi Slang." Champion soundmen Professor Murder then fulfilled their singular band goal of playing LA and got nutso with the cowbell. LA returned the favor by getting nutso on the dancefloor. If you want to imagine what it was like, stare at the pictures after the jump and listen to the mp3s of the performances while, like, smiling a lot.




Kardinal Offishall live set (right click, save as) - 42 minutes, 38mb
Professor Murder live set (right click, save as) - 51 minutes, 47mb



















































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