Dante Ross, Psycho Realm, and La Coka Nostra
Dante Ross, Psycho Realm, and La Coka Nostra (photo courtesy of supertouchblog.com

I hear La Coka Nostra puts on a good show. Haven’t had a chance (or the will really) to listen to a lot of their music. I wonder if Mr. White sings at all during the set? Anyway, here’s a recap of their performance at the Gramercy where Jeru The Damaja joined them on stage. Not too interesting but I enjoyed that line about “adolescent Abercrombie adversaries”. And over at Jamie O’Shea’s blog, who I think is the former editor of juxtapoz, there are a few pictures of Everlast and friends as they travel from LA to NYC to Dublin in a span of four days to rock a few sets with Snoop and House of Pain and they even stop by the halftime show.

And judging by the number of adolescent Abercrombie adversaries who flocked to the Gramercy Theatre for La Coka Nostra’s first official East Coast show (they dropped in on Cypress Hill at the Nokia Theatre last winter), there’s an army of misguided late-teens out there who fiend for the sort of roughneck rhymes and King Kong bass lines that the all-white all-star team of House of Pain, ILL Bill and Boston ringer Slaine came along packing.