Electric Shepherdess was born out of my frustration with nightlife options and a constant desire to dance. After a few years of adoration from afar, I partnered with my long-time friends, MASS EDMC, to spread our message far and wide. When I'm not tending to my flock, I'm writing, dancing, editing, managing, reading or curating. I believe in fancy hats and enjoy glitter, disco and lazers, often for days.





Recent Posts By: Electric Shepherdess

Weekly Event Forecast (4/23 to 4/29)

So many AWESOME options this week for those not heading to CounterPoint. In case you need some guidance as to where to go, my personal recommendations are italicized. Make sure to check back next week for the next forecast - this is weekly y'all. Make sure to follow the twitter or like the facebook page because I'm funny, I post good music, and sometimes funny[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (4/16 to 4/22)

Taxes are paid, April is almost over, spring is mostly-pretty-much-basically here and the school year is almost done. Wowie! Guess what - there are also numerous dancing options for you this week! In case you need some guidance as to where to go, my personal recommendations are italicized. Make sure to check back next week for the next forecast - this is weekly y'all. Make sure[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (4/9 to 4/15)

Guys.....I don't want to jinx it but I think spring might FINALLY be here. It's hard to believe - I know, I'm pretty sure my extremities will never thaw either. But the greatest possible way to de-thaw (not to mention celebrate the arrival of single-layer weather)? DANCE. And luckily for us, there are plenty of things to do this week! In case you need some guidance as to where to go,[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (4/2 to 4/8)

Ultra is over, and attendees are likely extremely nostalgic for a few days ago. On to the next one, amirite? Speaking of which,  there are plenty of things to do this week! In case you need some guidance as to where to go, our personal recommendations are italicized. Make sure to check back next week for the next forecast - this is weekly y'all. Make sure to follow the[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (3/26 to 4/1)

In case you've been living under a rock or haven't been paying attention to the internet recently, the one and only Ultra is finally upon us. Yes, that wonderful time when thousands flock to Miami to soak up sun, sand and sounds (which the rest of us can do via the livestream). After the whirlwind is over, electronic music fans pour over the sets, searching for the next big track[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (3/19 to 3/25)

I can tell spring is around the corner because it's been raining quite a bit while still managing to be winter coat weather at night. But enough about the weather - after months of waiting, festival season is finally HERE! New Orleans' fest Buku is this weekend, followed shortly by the one and only Ultra. Heck yeah. In case you need some guidance as to where to go, our personal[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (3/12 to 3/18)

Happy almost St Patrick's Day! If your feet keep twitching because they want to be dancing, then this is the guide for you. Swipe on some deodorant, strap on some shoes and get out there! In case you need some guidance as to where to go, our personal recommendations are italicized. Make sure to check back next week for the next forecast - this is weekly y'all. Make sure to follow the[...] Read more >>

(GIVEAWAY) Mysteryland’s Inaugural USA Festival Releases 2014 Full Lineup

This year, every electronic music fan in the United States should be at a festival over Memorial Day weekend - no exaggeration; there are more music festivals happening between May 23rd and 25th than I have fingers on one hand. And guess what? Mysteryland just made slimming down the choices nearly impossible thanks to the announcement of their full music and art lineup. Considering[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (3/5 to 3/11)

Recovered from Mardi Gras yet? Whew. If your feet keep twitching because they want to be dancing, then this is the guide for you. Swipe on some deodorant, strap on some shoes and get out there! In case you need some guidance as to where to go, our personal recommendations are italicized. Make sure to check back next week for the next forecast - this is weekly y'all. Make sure[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (2/26 to 3/4)

Spring has very nearly almost sprung! This weekend was finger-feeling temperatures and I swear I heard birds singing. Even more exciting - festival season is ALMOST upon us! If you're itching to get out and dance, this is the guide for you. In case you need some guidance as to where to go, our personal recommendations are italicized. Make sure to check back next week for the next[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (2/19 to 2/25)

Welp, winter is still here. To be honest, I'm not sure why anyone is surprised, because snow/winter are actually a thing and I'm pretty sure the groundhog saw his shadow so we're in for a lot more winter if I've understand that whole thing correctly. Cold weather is good for snuggling naked! If you're not into naked snuggling (um) - or need some fancy footwork to convince you to peel[...] Read more >>

Electric Forest Releases Massive Initial 2014 Lineup

As one of the most cherished summer festivals by attendees, Electric Forest's initial 2014 lineup does nothing but reinforce what many already know - this festival is not to miss and worth every penny. Taking place from June 26th to 29th, Electric Forest is a festival for those interested in more than just music; while the aural experience is definitely memorable, the time spent[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (2/12 to 2/18)

Like I said last week, whether you're happy or sad, single or taken, tall or short - dancing is always the solution to any problem you have. In case you need some guidance as to where to go, our personal recommendations are italicized. Make sure to check back next week for the next forecast - this is weekly y'all. Make sure to follow the twitter or like the facebook page because[...] Read more >>

[INTERVIEW] The Chainsmokers Talk Quarter-Life Crises & Weird Dreams

The Chainsmokers, who have been together for little over a year, shot to fame in 2013 thanks to the electronic music blog scene and online streaming services, like Hype Machine. Thanks to their endearing social media presence and undeniably fun performances, the NYC-based duo has garnered a serious fan following. Their unique progressive house take on indie tracks sounds refreshing and[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (2/5 to 2/11)

February is a great month - it's short, spring is almost here and you can buy super discounted chocolate half way through! What's not to love? Before you say anything about the impending holiday that shall not be named, I have one thing to say: dancing. Whether you're happy or sad, single or taken, tall or short - dancing is always the solution. In case you need some guidance as to[...] Read more >>

NOLA’s March Festival Buku 2014 Lineup Final Announcement

After announcing their initial lineup in early December, MCP Presents' indie NOLA festival, Buku Music and Art Project, has announced their full 2014 lineup, including information about the special VIP performances on SS Buku. As far as late winter/early spring festivals go, Buku (March 21st and 22nd) is a great option for anyone looking to save some cash while[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (1/29 to 2/4)

WOW January is coming to an end - 2014 is off to a nutty start. It doesn't matter where you live or what kind o music you're into; there's something this week for you. Check out all the stellar events you can go to this week below! In case you need some guidance as to where to go, our personal recommendations are italicized. Make sure to check back next week for the next forecast -[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (1/22 to 1/28)

This week is rather overwhelming - THAT'S how much there is to do. It doesn't matter where you live or what kinf o music you're into; there's something this week for you. Check out all the stellar events you can go to this week below! In case you need some guidance as to where to go, our personal recommendations are italicized. Make sure to check back next week for the next forecast[...] Read more >>

Weekly Event Forecast (1/15 to 1/21)

Lots going on this week! First up, CounterPoint released their 2014 lineup (you can take a bus there!), Montreal's Igloofest is the coldest festival in North America and Coachella released their 2014 lineup. In other words, 2014 is officially here (and it's not super duper ridiculously cold out anymore). Sounds like a good reason to go dancing to me. Check out all the stellar events[...] Read more >>

[GIVEAWAY] Spring’s CounterPoint Festival Announces 2014 Lineup

  Find out about the MASS EDMC round-trip bus options here   In mid-November, MCP Presents announced the 2014 return of Counterpoint Music & Arts Festival to Kingston Downs, GA from April 25th to 27th. Though the first year of the festival included primarily electronic music artists, like Bassnectar, Avicii and Skrillex, the 2014 lineup is a clear departure from the[...] Read more >>