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.
Sonic Bloom Brings Music & Art Lovers Together In Colorado Under The Unified Field
Colorado’s premiere electronic music festival, Sonic Bloom, had it’s 11th annual gathering this past June, and this music and art filled extravaganza packed a whole new kind of punch this year. For the second year, the festival returned to Hummingbird Ranch just outside of Rye, Colorado. A mega-stacked lineup full of Bloom favorites such as Tipper (2 sets) and The Opiuo Band, as well as Bonobo (DJ set), EOTO, Break Science and Wick-It The Instigator. The amount of local talent practically covered the entire spectrum of West Coast electronic music, courtesy of the best in the Colorado music community. As eclectic as the origins of the headliners are, the core of this festival is supported directly by the natives of the magical state of Colorado, those who rep it on their sleeve day in and day out in the studio and on stage. Some of the highlighted Colorado acts who performed were Michal Menert & The Pretty Fantastics, SunSquabi, VibeSquaD, Bass Physics, The Reminders, Mikey Thunder, SoDown, Cloud-D, Dynohunter, Templo, Skydyed, Cualli, The Dirty Gemstones, Lily Fangz, Evanoff, Tnertle, Godlazer and a surprise performance by Unlimited Aspect.
The Colorado based artist collective and record label, The Mile High Sound Movement, is no stranger to this Summer tradition, as numerous artists that are part of the collective have been prevalent within this year’s lineup and previous years as well. The MHSM members and bass music engineers Ronnie Weberg and Jay Jaramillo, aka Unlimited Gravity and Project Aspect, became a part of this event’s journey in 2008. This was just the starting line for this grassroots collective of now over 30 artists, which is proven by their relevancy within Sonic Bloom’s array of talent over the years since it’s origin. Read More
Among A Summer Full Of Music Festivals, The Pirate Party Stands Out With Their Underground Bass Music Filled Lineup
The Pirate Party returns to beautiful Lolo Hot Springs for its 8th year July 8-10, 2016. Over the past 7 years The Pirate Party has evolved to inspire pirates, mermaids, misfits, and artist from all corners of the galaxy to come together in support of the underground electronic music scene in Montana. Organizers Musik Lives Here, HeadyWorks, and Dome Vision invite you to “Find Your Inner Treasures” and get down with 100+ of the hottest underground producers in the game right now.
This year’s tasty bass music lineup includes Liquid Stranger, Phuturephrimitive, and TROY BOI at the top, plus fan favorites Bluetech, Truth, Thriftworks, and Random Rab. The Mile High Sound Movement’s very own Unlimited Gravity and Project Aspect are performing solo sets along with the Unlimited Aspect Live Band with drummer Steven Kuzma, giving them 3 sets across all 3 days of the festival. UA headlined a smaller festival at this venue last year called Neon City. Read More
Live Electronic Band, Zoogma, Collaborates With 12 Acts To Release ‘New Era’ Remixes
Zoogma and their high-energy electronic rock melodies have been defying genres since 2010 when we caught on to their ‘WTF is Zoogma’ campaign, which was genius. With two studio albums and the most recent release of the “New Era” EP, Zoogma has garnered an incredibly loyal fanbase. Having just finished their ‘Zoot-Suit Tour’, which you can read about via our interview with Justin Hasting by clicking here, the group is gearing up to release a twelve track remix album of their ‘New Era’ EP on June 17th, with a show in Memphis, TN the following night to celebrate the release. You can catch Zoogma this summer at Electric Forest, The Werk Out Festival in Ohio, Backwoods Music Festival in Oklahoma, and Timbuktu in Alabama.
The ‘New Era’ Remixes is a remix album with 12 acts both new and established bands and producers to bring together a musically diverse album. Today, Zoogma has released three of the twelve remixes with the three remixing acts being Colorado based MHSM artists Unlimited Aspect & Dynohunter and co-Colorado funk master, Vibe Street. The remaining remixes that will be released on June 17th include: Luke the Knife (Luke Miller of Lotus), Turbo Suit, Modern Measure, Spankalicious, The Best Dancers, DELTAnine, MZG, Resonant Frequency, and Dalton Richmond. Read More