It’s no secret that the Mile High City is booming with electronic producers, which is why it’s important to find your sound and make it one that you can truly call your own. MHSM artist, Homemade Spaceship has done just that. Coining his work to be “outer space inspired electro soul funkstep glitch hop” he seems to have found his place in this growing scene. Read More
Ryan Viser Debuts ‘Volumetric’ EP with MHSM Records
The first track, Silence, is uplifting, groovy, and energetic. The use of horns really bring it full circle and the looping of a woman singing is beautiful, full-bodied and has a little bit of old-school jazz vibes. It blends classic music and modern day electronic melodies together in an authentic way.
Next on the track, What It Means, is electronically focused, up-tempo, and fiery with a guitar solo as the center focus throughout. It’s amplitude doesn’t step back at any point – it bends in and out, begging you to feel the hymns.
N-Vision slowly pulls you forth, then drops a heavy dubstep beat in your face. It’s intense, angry almost, but expressive, and will undoubtedly pump anybody up. It cross-switches abruptly and changes shape, keeping you focused on the many sounds.
Last on the EP, History Will Judge, starts with a crescendo horn-driven note. It then goes into a layered hip-hop verse that comes out of nowhere and fits perfectly with the rhythm of the song. History Will Judge radically ends Volumetric, making listeners anticipate more of Viser’s musical vision.
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Suwannee Hulaween 2016 Recap, Photos, Interview w/ Ganja White Night
Suwannee Hulaween 2016: Ghosts, Ghouls, and Grooves
There are innumerable amounts of ways that you could have spent your Halloween this October, as is the case every year. But for the last four years, there’s been one party that has proven itself triumphant among a sea of celebrations. A place rich in culture, thriving in spirit; a beloved land draped in Spanish Moss, hammocks strung as far as the eye can see, a truly majestic musical wonderland. If you aren’t catching my drift here, I’m talking about none other than Suwannee Hulaween Music Festival in Live Oak, FL – an event that has aptly been dubbed the “Electric Forest of the South”, due to its aggressively expanding popularity and of course, multiple sets from the ever-talented String Cheese Incident. Hulaween has undoubtedly become Suwannee’s most successful ongoing festival, attracting tens of thousands of live music lovers from coast to coast, all swarming like moths to a flame to get a taste of the sweet spirit of Suwannee. Read More
The 4th Annual Suwannee Hulaween With Some Colorado Flavor
Halloween time is just around the corner. Soon the leaves will turn, the weather will be cool and crisp. Delectable Fall aromas will fill the air, as well as heaping loads of bass of varying FREAKquencies, at least for those attending the fourth annual Suwannee Hulaween. Vibes, tribes, ghosts, and ghouls will flood the spanish-moss draped scenery of The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park yet again for this spooktacular event, hosted by The String Cheese Incident, that has grown vastly popular in just a few short years. This sudden success comes as no surprise when you look at the legendary names that have graced the sacred Suwannee grounds since the introduction of Hula in 2013 – including STS9, Big Gigantic, Emancipator, Thievery Corporation, Shpongle, Pretty Lights, Primus, Griz and Odesza just to name a few, solidifying the event as one that integrates a multitude of genres and attracts patrons from all over the country.
ARISE Music Festival – An Inside Look [MHSM Blog]
Boulder Based Trio, Spectacle, Releases ‘LUCI’ EP
The Boulder based trio, Spectacle, has caught our eye this year. With a unique and original sound, they blend in quite well with a Colorado sound that we have began to enjoy. The first got on our radar when they supported Lucid Vision & Skydyed at the Bluebird Theatre in Denver, earlier this January. Since then, they have performed various shows at Cervantes’ and it has been fun watching this group grow musically. We wanted to help this growing band spread their music a bit, so we hope you enjoy the music and you can read some quotes from the band below. Read More