Michal Menert Takes Pretty Fantastics on Fall Tour

This October, Michal Menert takes his new project, Michal Menert & the Pretty Fantastics, on the road. Previewing his new ventures into a indie electro-pop world, Michal Menert is taking a break from his typical sound to spend some time exploring. His newest single, “Shanghai,” proves this: reminiscent of early-2000s indie rock, it gathers soft, monotonous vocals[...] Read more >>

Sugary Sweet Melodies Guarenteed On Slow Magic & Giraffage’s So Cute! Tour

The soothing dream-pop electronica movement is taking audiences by storm - or rather, washing over crowds in gentle waves. About three years ago, Giraffage and Slow Magic began to develop their sound in this niche area of electronic music.   //   A few years back, Giraffage’s social media pages were filled with pictures of cats, comical Mac Photobooth[...] Read more >>

Electric Zoo’s Efforts To Transform For 2015 Paid Off

Electric Zoo is like the Spiderman movies of music festivals. Just as New York’s favorite web-slinger has grown from the pages of our childhood comic books to the forefront of today’s pop culture, Electric Zoo has transformed from a small East Coast gathering to one of the world’s most recognized music festivals. Every Labor Day Weekend since 2009, EZoo has transformed[...] Read more >>

GRiZ’s Fall Tour Guaranteed To Be Super Shagadelic

GRiZ is coming back to the Northeast again for his Super Shagadelic Tour. His spring Say It Loud tour stopped in various cities on the East Coast, and Grant Kwiecinski continues to make rounds across and continent for an extensive festival schedule. Kwieinski has an accessible sound for music lovers from many backgrounds. A funk beat is pretty undeniable for anyone who[...] Read more >>

When Darkness Falls, Adventure Club Goes On Tour

Ladies and gentlemen, sound the alarm and assemble the party crew - Adventure Club is going on tour again. Christian and Leighton, the lovable boys behind Adventure Club, are making their mandatory stops in the Northeast on their newest tour, When Darkness Falls, which will dim the lights on 16 US cities.   The Northeast is a staple region for any Adventure[...] Read more >>

Get To Know UK Quartet Rudimental Before They Storm The Northeast This Fall

How often does a new piece of music totally captivate you? It probably doesn’t happen every day; the hunt for beautiful music can be a fruitless affair. But, when you finally stumble upon something powerful, cue the dopamine. And when you encounter an artist that consistently evolves and pushes beyond the boundaries of a genre, the deep dive commences. Not every artist’s[...] Read more >>

Beats Antique Brings Eclectic Madness With Creature Carnival Tour

The Creature Carnival is a unique experience masqueraded by Beats Antique. Combining performance art, diverse music and a bit of weirdness, the show promises outlier fun for anyone seeking to shatter their personal definition of a concert. Beats Antique is the creative faction of all-around musician David Satori, percussionist Tommy “Sidecar” Cappel and belly dancer Zoe[...] Read more >>

Tensnake Slithers Across The US This Fall

Without a doubt, house music is coming back to the spotlight. There has been a growing fascination with “future” house and G-house, thanks to artists like Disclosure, Tchami, and and labels like Dirtybird Records and All Gone Pete Tong are developing strong followings, spawning an abnormally high demand for groovy house beats. Those who once spent their time at the main[...] Read more >>

Emancipator Ensemble Head Out On Seven Seas Tour in Fall 2015

Trip-hop fans take note: Emancipator is hitting the road again. A four-piece live band interpretation of Oregon producer Doug Appling’s lush, string-centric beats, the Ensemble has been incredibly well-received by the Emancipator fanbase since their introduction in 2013. Their jammy take on the music makes for an excellent alternative to the traditional DJ sets (which[...] Read more >>

Wicked Halloween Brings Diplo, Big Gigantic & More To Lowell: Info & Transportation

After Labor Day weekend - better known as the end of festival season - the East Coast almost entirely dries up when it comes to large-scale celebrations. Sure, there are events here and there that warrant festival-level planning, but they are few and far between. That is, except for one sacred weekend - Halloween weekend, the last weekend where spending weeks planning your[...] Read more >>

[WATCH] Chaim Machlev’s Stunning Tattoo Art Comes to Life in “Dots to Lines”

Tattooing has captivated communities the world over for thousands of years. The first documented tattoo was found on a Chinchorro mummy from 6000 BC. To some cultures like the Egyptians and Japanese, tattooing held great religious significance and represented a connection to spiritual ideals. Other cultures used tattooing as a way of signifying social caste, militia, and even[...] Read more >>

Hudson Mohawke Announces Genre-Smashing Live North American Fall Tour

Glasgow-born Ross Birchard, better known as Hudson Mohawke, has been known for his “genre smashing” – a process of combining different genres into one track, making them to work off one another to create something new and unique. What makes HudMo even more unique, however, is his strong relationship to the hip-hop scene. Though an electronic producer/DJ, he also works[...] Read more >>

Decibel Festival Fills Seattle With Music In Fall 2015

As the festival season begins to wind down, more and more people are scrambling to get one last summer celebration in before the holidays hit. And Seattle’s Decibel Festival (dB), held from September 23rd through September 27th, brings the season to a close with an immersive, interactive experience that hits every corner of the city. With a mixture of showcases, Optical[...] Read more >>

[WATCH] Painting Music: Tim Bavington Transforms Sheet Music Into Abstract Paintings

Tim Bavington combines two things he loves - music and painting - in a creative way to fabricate one truly unique style all his own. He has devised a way to paint songs - not a picture or representation of a line or lyric from the song, but the song itself. Bavington turns a song into a painting by using a solid line of color to represent each note, his own interpretation of[...] Read more >>

Dancefestopia Returns to Kansas City Boasting A Massive Lineup For 2015

Dancefestopia kicks off September 11th to 13th at Riverfront Park in Kansas City and is committed to putting themselves on the map as one of the largest festivals of the summer. Featuring epic acts from Datsik to Bassnectar, Dancefestopia promises three days and nights of nonstop music, as well as six times the bass as last year. On top of the music enhancements,[...] Read more >>