Published Mar 23, 2012Anticipation was high for the debut of the Slakadeliqs' latest album, The Other Side of Tomorrow. A mix of rock, jazz and old-school R&B, the project is the brainchild of hip-hop producer Slakah the Beatchild. With the band decked out in matching shirt, tie and cardigans featuring a giant "S" on the left-hand side, Slakah took charge of the quartet for the night. But some terrible sound issues -- particularly feedback -- proved too much for the group, derailing much of the set and ensuring they never really found their groove. To his credit, Slakah worked through the issues, bringing out a steady stream of guests, including Justin Nozuka and Shad. But his voice sounded flat for much of the performance, perhaps due to some monitor issues, leaving many underwhelmed.
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