In the midst of Los Angeles’ endlessly buzzing music scene, Good Society gathers the culture for artists to strut their lesser known mastery. From exclusive track releases to shows with live performances it’s all brought together by one guy trying to makes waves in the local scene.
“I want to create a space in the Hip Hop & Electronic scene where the impact and originality of an artist’s music is as important as what’s being popularized on the radio. Good Society aims to push the underground and challenge listeners to discover more about themselves.”
– Josh Yamini, Founder
Amongst multiple listening parties and their first public show, “On a Good Note” they are now following through with “Beneath Waves” an underground concert for charity. In collaboration with DoLA, they are featuring a double headliner show with the well recognized chromonicci. and Chillhop Records’ beatsmith Sofasound. Amongst many other talented artists this show will be a themed and well curated underground Hip Hop/ Electronic show that you won’t want to miss! Be sure to check out some music by the artists below and RSVP to the show here!
Another super dope live set from the Soulection crew. This again was recorded from their LA party with Stussy @ The Echoplex on 9/5. Big ups to Andre Power for this one. I would have loved to have heard this live with all those people screaming!
Still buzzing off the Stussy x Soulection After Party @ The Echoplex. If you were there then you already know that the energy was heavy.
Soulection Co-Founder, Art Director, & Birthday Boy @AndrePower had the stand out set of the night. After being away for a few months traveling the world, he came back with a total new character that was full of non stop energy and track selections that we never heard of or forgot about.
Black Milk recently got down on the Boiler Room Live stream, straight out of London Town. I have been a huge fan of Black Milk and his Detroit sound and style for years and I’m honestly surprised he is just now doing a Boiler Room. I am also glad to see that the hip hop feature boiler rooms are continuing to live on. Hip Hop needs this kind of stuff. You can download the audio from this bad boy right here.