Growing Local Festival Farm Fest Unveils 2015 Lineup

This year, F.A.R.M. Music and Arts festival (Farm Fest) takes to Buena Vista Campground, New Jersey for a weekend of exploration and music. F.A.R.M, which stands for Future of Artistic and Revolutionary Minds, brings festival-goers together for three days from July 23rd to 26th, gathering in the name of creative free thinking.   Throughout the weekend, Farm Fest[...] Read more >>

Museum of Modern Electronic Music Opening in Germany in 2017

// With a rich history spanning more than half a century, electronic music has made its mark not just as an art form but as a movement. Electronic music is pervasive throughout the art world, including dance, visual art, and (of course), other genres of music. Innovations made in the field of electronic music have influenced popular music as we know it today, from the[...] Read more >>

[WATCH] 3D-Printed Sculptures Create Otherworldly Illusions In Blooms

Blooms is the new candidate for the coolest optical illusion our eyes have ever been perplexed by. John Edmark, a design teacher at Stanford University, created the magic by spinning a series of 3D-printed sculptures on a flat surface and capturing the motion with a high-speed camera. Sounds simple enough, but the resulting animation is dazzling; the sculptures appear to be[...] Read more >>

Bonobo Makes A Pit Stop in Brooklyn During Spring 2015 Tour

With the nice weather and positive vibes slowly returning to the Northeast, we can start looking forward to some great things. Festival season is around the corner, camping and cookouts await — it’s time to get our minds adjusted. Lucky for us, Bonobo will be making two stops in the US on his 2015 tour, one of which will be in our stomping grounds. Simon Green, better[...] Read more >>

[WATCH] J.viewz Shows Producers How To Score A $5 Drum Pad

Fans of electronic music know that the genre certainly is constantly evolving and always reaching territories previously unthought of. Raving, clubbing, and dancing to your favorite house tracks at two in the morning with a group of newly-made friends is only a fraction of the excitement within the music; it seems that every week producers are surprising fans with totally[...] Read more >>

12th Planet and LOUDPVCK Takeover the Northeast on Bassrush Tour 2015

Following the release of their 12PVCK collaborative mixtape, 12th Planet and Loudpvck are hitting the road on a co-headlining tour. The tour comes just as spring is heating up into summer and both acts prepare to play the major festival circuit. The 12PVCK project is a perfect mixture of both artists’ high-energy and hard-hitting styles and is a must for dubstep and trap[...] Read more >>

[WATCH] Stroll Through Atmeture, An Environment That Breathes Along With You

“Atmeture” is an art and design piece that was constructed for the inaugural Fire & Fright Festival, which ran the week of Halloween in Letchworth, UK. The large, interactive tunnel acted as a centerpiece for the festival and was brought to life periodically for key nights of the event. The studio Loop.pH, founded by design duo Rachel Wingfield and Mathias Gmatchl, has[...] Read more >>

Hop on the Bus to Camp Bisco 2015

Camp Bisco returns! MASS EDMC is organizing a bus to Scranton, PA for an epic weekend. The bus will depart from Boston, MA and Cromwell, CT - if you're from elsewhere and want the bus to stop near you, email us at or reach out to MASS EDMC representative and let us know. Everyone on the bus will have the opportunity to camp together, which makes for[...] Read more >>

Bass Coast Festival 2015 Puts Focus on Upcoming Talent

For the last seven years, Bass Coast Music Festival has provided a platform for rising talent in the world of bass music. Taking place July 10th to 13th in Merritt, British Columbia, Bass Coast features an intimate atmosphere that puts equal focus on music and art installations. In an effort to keep the festival true to its roots and original vision, venue capacity has been[...] Read more >>

[WATCH] What’s In My Baggie? Takes an Honest Look at the Festival Drug Scene

As festival culture continues to balloon and expand into the mainstream, there remains one big topic that's often skirted around: drug culture. It is a divisive and sometimes uncomfortable subject, with some believing that psychoactive chemicals enhance the experience while others claiming that their presence not only makes these events dangerous, but also pulls the focus away[...] Read more >>

Kiasmos Brings Experimental Techno to North America In Spring 2015

Heads up, techno fans — experimental duo Kiasmos is heading on a North American tour this spring. Janus Rasmussen and Ólafur Arnalds, the team known as Kiasmos, hail from Reykjavík, Iceland and have been creating experimental sounds together for years. Kiasmos, named after criss-cross structures (chiasmus), embodies their namesake as Arnalds, a neo-classic composer,[...] Read more >>

Great North Festival Unveils Phase 1 2015 Lineup

Last Breath Farm, located in Norridgewock, Maine, will be hosting the Great North Music Festival for the third straight year this Labor Day weekend. Featuring supporting acts like Lettuce, Papadosio, The New Deal, and Twiddle, as well as DJs like Freddy Todd, Space Jesus, and G Jones, the festival looks to continue its success in 2015. With so many festivals going on this[...] Read more >>

Terravita Bring the Bass on 2015 Gunpowder Tour

Since bursting on the scene nearly a decade ago, bass music trio Terravita has become a major name in bass music culture. The Firepower Records signees kicked off 2015 by dropping their new Gunpowder EP and hit the road on a massive headlining tour. Lovers of dubstep and drum and bass will definitely want to check them out as the tour nears its final leg and storms through[...] Read more >>

Thriftworks Brings Weirdness & Depth To Northeast on 2015 Tour

On October 25, 2010, Jake Atlas posted a composition, “2 AM,” to his SoundCloud page. The two-minute track, a dusky piece of experimental electro-hop that opens Atlas’ self-released debut album Hermetic Thriftology, features dialogue from Li Mu Bai, a master swordsman depicted in the 2001 film “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.”     “A man's primary[...] Read more >>

AIM Electronic Music Festival Spotlights Art, Innovation, and Movement in Canada

Imagine three full days of non-stop house music in a campground setting right by a river: AIM Festival, just 45 minutes from Montreal, offers just that. AIM, which stands for Art, Innovation, and Movement, respectively, celebrates the convergence of all forms of art in a festival setting. Throughout three days, AIM provides 32 straight hours of music alongside activities[...] Read more >>