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The Sun and Moon Intertwine at Oregon Eclipse

What better place to be when the moon covered the sun at the moment of totality than surrounded by love and friends at the Oregon Eclipse? Originally slated for 20k attendees at Big Summit Prairie, the final figures including volunteers totaled over 60k. For reference, that is bigger than Burning Man ...

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Bleep Bloop at Paper Box

Bleep Bloop will be gracing New York City on October 6th at The Paper Box in Brooklyn. Bleep Bloop has been a favorite producer of mine since 2013. He is a humble person with incredible skill and surrounds himself with a cohort of excellence in the West Coast Bass music scene. On ...

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Fat Kitty Productions presents EVE, Aug 24

New York City tastemakers Damask Schantz and Ashlyn Fulton are making waves with their upcoming all female billed show EVE at The Bowery Electric this August 24th. They have chosen local ladies for their first EVE event presented by Fat Kitty Productions, THINX and NYC Bass Collective. The free show will have performances by ...

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Camp Bisco Invigorates the Communal Spirit

For the third year in a row, Camp Bisco returned to Montage Mountain in Scranton, PA this past weekend (July 13th-15th). Full to the brim with electrifying acts from around the world, the festival boasted one of the most talent-filled lineups of the summer of 2017. Patrons covered the ski slopes ...

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Foxtail Delivers Storytelling Through EP ‘Kitsune’

Hitting all ranges of anthropoid feelings and all five senses with a dreamy, emotive sonic palate, Foxtail released his sophisticated EP ‘kitsune‘ through label by audiophiles, The Rust Music on July 9th. Mixes of electronic and conventional instrumentation are flawlessly intermeshed together throughout each track to paint the listener’s mind with a full spectrum of ...

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The Magic of Camp Bisco

I’m still in awe that festivals exist. Such a break from reality, a place of raw energy and expression only seems to exist in film, the depths of pages or a bright imagination. At festivals we dance. Allowing music to envelope us and control our every fiber is part of ...

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Camp Bisco’s Renegade Stage Was on Another Level

This year’s installation of Camp Bisco presented something vastly different than years prior. Instead of slowing the energy down after typical 1 or 2am curfew hours, Bisco decided to turn up a notch with its first official Renegade Stage in the RV lot. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night was hosted by Brooklyn-based promoters Sermon, Mr. ...

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