Around three weeks ago, Alibi writer August March reviewed ScHoolboy Q’s major label debut. Thus spake March: “[Oxymoron] alludes to Hanley’s past as a narcotics dealer; the resulting recording is thick and thunderous, relying on a heavy rhythm section, layered production and intense narratives to guide the listener through Q’s world, past and present. There was a helluva lot of buzz surrounding this record and Jay Z influence aside, there is little in the way of disappointment.” I couldn’t have said it better myself. Tirelessly touring the globe in support of Oxymoron, ScHoolboy Q brings his creative vision of West Coast rap to Sunshine Theater (120 Central SW) on Friday, March 28. Chattanooga, Tenn.-based hip-hop artist Isaiah Rashad and Long Beach, Calif.-based rapper Vince Staples—who’s collaborated with Odd Future—add interest to intrigue. This all-ages gig kicks off at 7pm, and tickets range from $25 to $100.