Deltron 3030—the groundbreaking hip-hop trio of Del the Funky Homosapien, Dan the Automator, and Kid Koala—is set to reunite on September 8 for a show in Denver, Colorado with the Wu-Tang Clan and Run the Jewels.
To date, Deltron 3030 have released only two albums: their self-titled 2000 debut and 2013’s The New York Times. Event 2. Since then, each member of the group has been forging their own path as a solo artist, but they performed together as recently as 2020.
Tickets for the reunion show will go on sale Friday, April 28 at 10:00 a.m. local time via AXS.
In a recent interview with Rock the Bells, Del the Funky Homosapien said there might be new Deltron 3030 music on the horizon. “I’m thinking about it,” he said of a new album. “We’re basically living in the future. I’m just going to try to work on making it a little more quirky this time, not heavy. Because I think I kind of got away with it with the second one a little bit. I’m going to come back to it as a little bit more geeky, a little bit more of a battle rhyme, do you?” You know what I’m saying?”
Meanwhile, Kid Koala has appeared recently Spark ParadeEpisode 1 on Consequence Podcast Network. While the producer did not mention the possibility of working on a new Deltron 3030 album, he did discuss his new album, Creatures of the late ageand the influence of Peter Jackson dead alive on his creativity.
Besides the Denver show, you can catch the Wu-Tang Clan on their joint “NY State of Mind Tour” with Nas, which will feature De La Soul as the opening show this fall. As for Run the Jewels, they are going on a 10th anniversary tour to celebrate their self-titled debut; Grab your seats here.