EDMC RADIO: Twist of Fate // The Mutiny [NH]

  Starting off raving in the early 2000's at legendary New England spots like The Asylum & The Muni, Twist of Fate (aka Adam Mahoney) quickly found himself attracted to the world of Drum & Bass & UK Hardcore. Now hailing from New Hampshire and a proud member of The Mutiny Crew, Adam has been DJing & moving people for the past 10 years.     ///////////[...] Read more >>

Feed Me’s Psychedelic Journey Embarks on the East Coast Fall 2014

Jon Gooch has been heavily involved in the electronic scene for over a decade, but none of his projects have hit as hard as his most recent venture, Feed Me. In celebration of his latest release, Feed Me's Psychedelic Journey, Feed Me is taking to the road once more with his ever so handy teeth. As Feed Me, Gooch produces dubstep and hard-hitting house (a loose[...] Read more >>

Bella Terra Festival Continues to Grow in 2014

New York’s Bella Terra Festival is another addition to a growing number of music festivals that seeks to deliver an experience that delves beyond the typical weekend of live music. In addition to a diverse line-up of artists both well-known and local, the festival also hosts a variety of workshops and seminars focused on healthy living and learning new skills and[...] Read more >>

Animals Come Out To Play For Sixth Edition Of Electric Zoo Festival 2014

As Labor Day weekend approaches, the anticipation of New York’s longest running electronic festival grows closer and closer. Electric Zoo, which takes place on Randall’s Island in NYC over Labor Day weekend, will be coming back with an impressive lineup in 2014. Entering its 6th year, EZoo features over 125 different artists, including some of the worlds biggest headliners[...] Read more >>

How To Handle Bad Luck: A Recap of The Inaugural Hudson Music Project

Growing up, my father would constantly tell me how life presents good people shitty situations. He didn’t try to sugar-coat it; he told me how the world works and made sure that I understood there was nothing I could do about it. He also told me, however, that it’s my responsibility to “make the best out of my shitty situations.” I’ve always tried to follow this[...] Read more >>

Sonic Bloom 2014: Review

Going into Sonic Bloom I really didn’t know what to expect. Self-described as boutique and a transformational festival, I didn’t quite know what I was going to experience based on those descriptors. I did know was that I was in for a totally unique experience more than 10,000 feet above sea level in beautiful South Park, Colorado. Sporting such acts as Tipper and[...] Read more >>

[WATCH] MASS EDMC’s CounterPoint 2014 Aftermovie

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8Azpf6a8qU Following a lengthy bus-adventure down south, we arrived at the Kingston Downs in Georgia. Combining the beautiful location with a diverse genre-defying musical lineup, worthy art & food vendors, as well as an unanticipated touch of Southern weather; CounterPoint Music Festival ended up entering the books as one of this summer's[...] Read more >>

Summer Camp Music Festival 2014: Review

Since its inaugural year in 2001, Summer Camp Music Festival has become something of a mecca for jam band fans all over the world. The three-day camping festival has grown considerably over the last 13 years, most evident in its lineup, which now incorporates a variety of EDM and hybrid acts to reach a wider audience. It was these new additions to the lineup that drew my[...] Read more >>

Electronic Music Cuts Through Firefly Music Festival’s Indie Focus in 2014

  June’s camp-fest continues this week with Delaware’s pride and joy Firefly Music Festival. The three-year-old camping festival combines American influences in music, fun, and (best of all) food, for a fully rounded experience that draws a diverse crowd for a weekend of music, art, and mid-Atlantic pride. Taking place over 154 acres including the Dover[...] Read more >>