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Summer Set Music Festival 2017 [Event Review]

I had the opportunity to attend this year’s Summer Set Music Festival in Somerset, Wisconsin.  This year’s Summer Set, held this past weekend, was the sixth year of the three-day festival.  I have attended every year except the first year. This year there were four main areas where you could catch music:  The Main Stage,

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Lollapalooza 2017: Weekend At Perry’s [Event Review]

This year’s Lollapalooza, held in Chicago’s Grant Park, featured multiple stages and ran for four days.  This was the second year, following last year’s 25th anniversary, where the festival ran for four days instead of the usual three.  Each day featured a great range of music genres for everyone in the all ages festival to enjoy.

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Lollapalooza 2017: Weekend At Perry’s [Event Review]

This year’s Lollapalooza, held in Chicago’s Grant Park, featured multiple stages and ran for four days.  This was the second year, following last year’s 25th anniversary, where the festival ran for four days instead of the usual three.  Each day featured a great range of music genres for everyone in the all ages festival to enjoy.

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Lollapalooza 2017: Weekend At Perry’s [Event Review]

This year’s Lollapalooza, held in Chicago’s Grant Park, featured multiple stages and ran for four days.  This was the second year, following last year’s 25th anniversary, where the festival ran for four days instead of the usual three.  Each day featured a great range of music genres for everyone in the all ages festival to enjoy.

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Lollapalooza 2017: Weekend At Perry’s [Event Review]

This year’s Lollapalooza, held in Chicago’s Grant Park, featured multiple stages and ran for four days.  This was the second year, following last year’s 25th anniversary, where the festival ran for four days instead of the usual three.  Each day featured a great range of music genres for everyone in the all ages festival to enjoy.

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5 reasons Panorama should be on your festival radar

Produced by Goldenvoice, Panorama Festival has quickly made a name for itself in New York’s crowded festival space.

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Hans Zimmer has crafted one of the best live shows of 2017 [Review]

Hans Zimmer has made his mark in the world of film composition — almost to a peerless degree. He also boasts one of modernity’s most compelling live shows.

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5 reasons why Electric Forest should be on your festival bucket list

Electric Forest has cemented its name as one of the more unique festival offerings within North America; here are 5 reasons why it should be on your festival bucket list.

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Spring Awakening Music Festival Impresses Yet Again

The festival season has finally kicked off this summer with Spring Awakening. For the second year in a row, SAMF called Adams/Meddill Park and after some day one logistical issues the rest of the weekend without a hitch. The first thing that everyone noticed was the huge upgrade in production and size. The stages were […]

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REVIEW: Point Blank Music School Continues to Impress

After writing my first review for Point Blank Music School’s online program I continued taking the course, eventually wrapping up the mixing-oriented half of the course before entering into the second module: mastering. Echoing my remarks from my last review, PB continued to impress me with their professionalism and dedicated approach to teaching. From the […]

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Making Lemonade out of Lemons : A Phoenix Lights 2017 Review

Relentless Beats  wrapped up its third rendition of Phoenix Lights in April. After calling Downtown Phoenix its home for years one and two – it had an unexpected venue change for year three. A mere two days before Phoenix Lights kicked off – the festival announced that the venue had been changed from the originally […]

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Stööki Sound and Joker’s North American tour is in full swing [Tour Dates + Event Review]

Stööki Sound and Joker brought back old school trap and dubstep at their April 28 Avalon show. View their remaining tour dates below.

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Ultra 2017 Review – Stage, Architecture and Overall Production

Ultra Music Festival, renowned as one of the greatest dance music venues in the world, revisited Downtown Miami for the 19th straight year last weekend. Being with EDMsauce.com for almost five years, I was blessed with the opportunity to cover the spectacle they called “Ultra” for the first time in my life. Gathering from every

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BUKU Music + Art Project 2017 – Official TSS Review

If anybody even utters the city of New Orleans in my vicinity, I am immediately committing to any excuse associated with having to visit The Big Easy. Even if an invitation was never extended my way, there is a Shrimp Po’Boy or Crawfish Étouffée eagerly awaiting my arrival. Better yet, it’s usually accompanied by a […]

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[Event Review] BUKU Music + Art Project Is The Festival Of The Future

BUKU Music + Art Project is a quirky boutique event that delivers a big festival punch without compromising its underground house-party vibe. Tucked right in the heart of New Orleans, BUKU’s intimate post-industrial setting fits perfectly with the festival’s fusion of relevant EDM, hip-hop and indie rock. We were extremely lucky to experience this unique festival earlier. During the 2-day festival we got to experience such diversity; from the people, to the artists of all kinds, and much more. The whole festival was an incredible experience and we’ll share with you why BUKU is the Festival of the Future! From […]

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Erik Hassle enlists Gorgon City and more for ‘Innocence Lost’ LP [Album Review]

Erik Hassle enlists Vic Mensa, Gorgon City and Tinashe for sophomore his album, ‘Innocence Lost.’

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Official ThisSongSlaps Hulaween 2016 Review

The hopes of putting together a perfect, better yet, flawless Music Festival are unattainable and impossible outcomes. Yes, there is a worldwide rolodex filled of unlimited artists to choose from in an attempt to merely approach such a result, but for every patron to become complacent with a final announcement is far-fetched. There are endless […]

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[Event Review] Slander, NGHTMRE And The Gud Vibrations Crew Gave Dallas An Unforgettable Time

On Saturday December 3rd Slander and NGHTMRE’s Gud Vibrations tour came through Dallas at famed venue Stereo Live. It was a night packed with amazing sounds, obnoxious bass and good vibes. Check out my review for all the deets! KRNE got the night started dropping the heat on a cold night in Dallas. I rarely […]

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Mark Johns’ debut EP is gloomy electro-pop ecstasy

Mark Johns makes her OWSLA debut with a finely crafted EP full of sad pop goodness.

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5 ways Dirtybird Campout is changing the festival model

How the beloved San Francisco house music label is leaving an indelible footprint on the festival space

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