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The Katalyst Kick Off Party ft. Grynch with Spac3man + Prometheus Brown + OTOW Gang + Luck One
November 8, 2012 8:00 pm
$15 ADV; $10 w/ Student ID @ Moe Bar ONLY
Wapi & Zulu
September 6, 2012
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925 E. Pike St., Seattle, WA, 98122, United States

Wapi & Zulu Presents: The Katalyst Kick Off Party feat. Grynch with Spac3man + Prometheus Brown + OTOW Gang (Khingz, Mic Flont, Massiah, Uce Wayne) + Luck One with DJs El Grande + Seabefore
Hosted by Gabriel Teodros + Sista Hailstorm
Thursday November 8th, 2012
$15 ADV; $10 w/ Student ID (ONLY AT MOE BAR IN ADVANCE)
Doors at 8pm
All Ages, Bar with ID
Grynch Website
Spac3man Website

Advance Tickets on sale at Moe Bar + etix.com


Grynch (real name John Overlie) is a rapper based in Seattle, Washington. Grynch is popular in his native Seattle and surrounding areas, having played at many local venues and collaborating with established Seattle rappers such as Blue Scholars, Macklemore, and national artists such as Nas. Grynch has also been featured on Funkmaster Flex’s show on NYC’s Hot 97. Grynch attended Ballard High School and later Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland, Washington, south of Seattle. Grynch has been covered in nationally recognized music media including Billboard and Spinner.


From his start with Sportn’ Life Records, Spac3man was known for hyping his label mates on stage and delivering a hot sixteen bars on their records. In mid 2008 all of that changed as Spac3man became the labels breakout artist. He swiftly plunged on the scene doing a hefty 40 shows in 12 months. Local media, fans and his colleagues were all quick to call him the next “big thing”.

Spac3man’s verse on Big Homie Style off of Jake One’s White Van Music set him apart from other locals on the album. His energy is magnetic and his stage show is outstanding. In 2009 Spac3man was invited to play some of the regions most esteemed music festivals like Bumbershoot, The Capitol Hill Block Party and Reverbfest. He has shared the stage with Redman & Method Man, 88 Keys, Devin the Dude Pac Div and One B-Lo to name a few

Known primarily for club anthems like “Fly den a Muf*ka” and “L’s Up!”.



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