Potluck’s ‘Underground Rebels’ Tour Diary (Ep. 3) (Video)

We’ve been following Humboldt County rap duo Potluck for a while now. Last year, we ran a series of webisodes with the hip-hop act, following them on the road for the Strange Noize 2011 tour and in the studio for the making of their Rhymes & Resin album. Now, they’re back, offering us an inside look into their current trek on the road for their headlining “Underground Rebels” tour.

The tour brings together the outcasts, rebels and misfits of the underground music scene onto one bill — including DGAF, Kung Fu Vampire and The DRP — for a full cross-country tour, hitting 35 different cities. The tour kicked off on May 30th and continues through mid-July, making stops in Washington state, Oregon, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Detroit and Pittsburgh, among other cities.

In Episode #3, Potluck, DGAF and company gives viewers more of a look at their stage shows with stops in Minnesota, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Detroit and Ohio, among other cities.

Also, during the over 13-minute clip, we see Potluck offer a moment of silence for the late MCA of the Beastie Boys in St. Paul; and random antics while traveling, from stops for beef bongs and getting tattoos to flat tires and arguing with fans about sports … and of course, smoking, smoking, and more smoking.

For more info on Potluck, the tour, or other acts on the bill, visit PotluckMusic.com.

Below are remaining dates, cities for the “Underground Rebels” Tour:

7/12 – Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk
7/13 – Santa Cruz CA @ The Catalyst (The Atrium)
7/14 – Eureka, CA @ Jambalaya (21+)

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