With a love of dance music stemming from countless years of dance lessons and bass-thumping car rides with her music-obsessed father, Sarah Ribeiro is a Hartford-raised music addict who moved to Boston in the pursuit of a supportive and open nightlife scene. A passion for learning and a willingness to grow has pulled her out of her trancehead sphere and exposed her to a crazy variety of music and introduced her to some of the most amazing people (and events) Boston has to offer. A writer and social mediac, her main interests are music, literature, technology, art, and her first love: the city of Boston.





Recent Posts By: Sarah Ribeiro

[WATCH] Bioluminescent Forest Uses Projection Mapping to Highlight Nature

As you walk through the forest — whether on your own hiking ventures, as a brief getaway, or during a festival — you’re essentially entering another world. As the light scatters through the leaves, casting shadows in hypnotic patterns, with no sound but birdcalls filling your ears, it’s not unrealistic to get lost in your surroundings. Far away from traffic jams, nonstop texts,[...] Read more >>

Movement, Detroit’s Electronic Music Festival Announces 2015 Phase 1 Lineup

This Memorial Day weekend (May 23rd to 25th), thousands of electronic music fans will flock to Detroit for Movement, Detroit’s Electronic Music Festival. Originally dubbed the Detroit Electronic Music Festival in 2000, Movement has been running under its current name since 2006; last year alone, the festival attracted over 100,000 attendees. Traditionally a house and techno festival[...] Read more >>

Giraffage’s No Reason Tour Promises New Sound

In 2011, Charlie Yin was a UC Berkeley student making tracks in his bedroom. By the end of 2014, he was touring with Porter Robinson, under his new moniker - Giraffage. Now he’s heading out on his own. The young producer has skyrocketed into the spotlight in the past couple years, leading the ‘bedroom producer’ movement with grace. Giraffage has taken charge of his own[...] Read more >>

Beats Antique Presents First Annual Creature Carnival in Fall 2014

This week, one of the most experimental tours of the year hits the east coast with a bang. Creature Carnival, the newest exploratory tour by Beats Antique, is a mix of various musical influences and artists that is set to spread the word of new sounds to junkies of electronic music and beyond. Featuring Beats Antique, Shpongle, Emancipator, and Lafa Taylor, the Creature Carnival is a[...] Read more >>

[GIVEAWAY] Gorgon City Takes “Sirens” on Fall 2014 Tour

As 2014 begins to slow down, new sounds are hitting the airwaves and becoming the norm. One of those is Gorgon City, a duo that swept the summer’s festival lineups and is quickly becoming a household name. Hailing from London, Matt Robson-Scott (RackNRuin) and Kye Gibbon (Foamo) formed Gorgon City in 2012 and have been producing tracks together since, touring the UK and the US and[...] Read more >>

A3E Conference Brings Musical Innovators Imogen Heap and BT to Boston

With the A3E — Advanced Audio + Applications Exchange quickly approaching, more information about the conference’s list of events is being released, including additional special events and a full schedule. The event - which takes place September 23rd and 24th at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston - has announced two special events on their schedule featuring two front runners in[...] Read more >>

A3E Brings Music Innovation to Boston

At the end of festival season, after everyone has packed away their tents, totem poles, and hammocks, musicians get back to work in the studio. But (as always), there’s one final hurrah for musicians to congregate and get back into the creative mindset before the summer officially ends. The A3E — Advanced Audio + Applications Exchange is a conference for musicians and audio[...] 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 combination of[...] 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 International[...] Read more >>

[WATCH] ‘For Those Who See’ Creates a Visual Format for Sound

‘For Those Who See’ is an art/design installation that takes sound and converts it into a visual medium. Created by German designer Daniel Schulze, the installation consists of a series of boxes, or chambers, that are filled with smoke. Speakers underneath the chambers emit sound waves that push the smoke upwards through an iris to puff out in vortex[...] Read more >>

[LISTEN] Disney Announces DConstructed Remix Album Ft Top DJs/Producers

It seems everyone’s hopping on the EDM train – with Mickey Mouse in the lead. Disney has announced a new compilation featuring electronic artists reworking beloved Disney songs. The nostalgic album takes Disney’s themes of friendship, love, and youth and infuses them into the club scene, combining elements of PLUR and Gen-Y excitement into a Disney mania-esque[...] Read more >>

(GIVEAWAY) The Hudson Project Announces 2014 Festival Dates, Lineup

After a long and grueling wait fueled by the rumor mill, MCP Presents announced this spring that Camp Bisco will be “taking the year off”. In light of this announcement, however, MCP, in conjunction with SFX Entertainment, has announced The Hudson Project, a three-day 18+ camping festival at Winston Farm in Saugerties, New York. Running from July 11 to July 13, The Hudson Project[...] Read more >>

Circus Records Announces 2014 Grand Central Tour Featuring Doctor P

Circus Records, a London-based record label that was founded in 2009 by Doctor P and Flux Pavilion, is taking its top artists on a tour this March to promote their new Grand Central compilation, which features some of the label’s best dubstep tracks. In just a few short years, Circus Records has introduced plenty of top-selling artists, contributing to dubstep’s exponential[...] Read more >>

Moogfest 2014 Lineup Promises Electronic Music of All Varieties

After a year’s hiatus when Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit took the forefront in Asheville, North Carolina, Moogfest is returning full force with a five-day summit this April. Celebrating the innovative spirit of Bob Moog, Moogfest will run from April 23 to April 27, with daytime conferences and workshops and a plethora of nighttime performances filled with artists ranging[...] Read more >>

Krewella Invades US Colleges on Verge Campus Tour 2014

Krewella is kicking off their spring tour campus style: headlining the Verge Campus Tour, an annual experience that brings emerging artists and brands to college campuses. The trio, which consists of sisters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf and producer Kris “Rain Man” Trindl, debuted in 2012 and have reached worldwide stardom in just two short years thanks to tracks like “Alive”[...] Read more >>

Summer Camp Festival Celebrates Eclectic Music Lineup on Memorial Day 2014

Let’s face it – the festival experience just isn’t the same if you’re not camping. Summer Camp Festival takes this to heart, making camping the primary focus of the weekend. The Memorial Day celebration has been ongoing since 2001 in Chillicothe, IL. This year, the festival takes place May 23rd to 25th at Three Sisters Park, with a pre-party set for May 22nd. GA Festival[...] Read more >>

Moogfest’s 2014 Format Celebrates Electronic Music, Innovation

Bob Moog poses at Roger Powell's keyboard in Radio City Music Hall, NYC.   Anyone who loves electronic music (or anything synthesized) has a lot to owe to Bob Moog. The musician and engineer’s innovations gave birth to a whole new level of music technology, including the Moog synthesizer, an instrument that has nestled itself as an essential in every genre of music. Moog’s[...] Read more >>

Alvin Risk Wraps Up 2014 New Moon Tour in the Northeast

Rising OWSLA star Alvin Risk is wrapping up the first leg of his New Moon tour in the northeast, stemming off his fall Good Times! Canadian tour with OWSLA. Alvin Risk is one of those D.C. artists that stays in the shadows until you go to a show – then keeps you on your feet for an entire night. With only four EPs out (but plenty of singles), Risk is still building up his[...] Read more >>

The Glitch Mob Returns For Love Death Immortality Spring Tour

After a couple years of mixtapes and album teasers, The Glitch Mob is releasing a new album and taking it on tour. The L.A. group is still new to the game, having only formed in 2006. Starting off as a five-piece “mob,” founding members Matthew Kratz (Kraddy) and Kitty Ology (Kitty-D) left in 2009, allowing Ed Ma (edIT), Justin Boreta (Boreta), and Josh Mayer (Ooah) to continue[...] Read more >>

Madison House Presents Purchased by AEG Live

In a move following the recent trend of growth in the electronic industry, Madison House Presents, which has co-hosted Electric Forest alongside Insomniac since 2011, was bought out by AEG Live this January – and the new co-ownership is already facing big business woes. Both AEG Live and Madison House are now filing an injunction and a temporary restraining order against Progressive[...] Read more >>