Knowledge To Be Dropped On Liquid Lounge

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Seekers of Knowledge, take heed. Sixty Second Ape Magazine presents The Return of Knowledge tomorrow night at the Liquid Lounge in Deep Ellum.

From 2001 to 2005, Knowledge was a regular hip-hop showcase run by the Nice People collective. After taking a break to focus on recording and starting up SSA, the group is returning to promote live music, with plans to make Knowledge a monthly event.

Tomorrow’s edition is the CD release party for Imaginary Friends’ latest LP, Insufficient Funds. Other performers include T-Wrex, Top Notch, Zeale32 and Deadicated with DJs Rob Viktum, Fisher Pryce and Marty Mar on the ones and twos.

Show starts at 9 p.m.; cover’s $5 for 21 and up, $8 for 18- to 20-year-olds. --Jesse Hughey

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