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ARISE Music Festival 2017 – MHSM Recap & Review

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ARISE Music Festival 2017 – MHSM Recap & Review

The 5th year of the Arise Music Festival was a magical experience for all in attendance. Fulfilling their schedule packed with music, transformational workshops, a weekend long hangout with incredible people, the festival stepped above and beyond our expectations. The rain didn’t dampen any of our spirits, and luckily we only experienced a few scattered showers throughout the whole weekend.

The beginning of most festivals starts out the same, everyone is in a hurry to get there for the fun, then we have to wait for hours in line just to get in and set up camp. The staff at Arise this year was fully prepared to make the expected horrendous wait quick and efficient. Usually having to wait a couple hours to figure out what’s going on to get in at most festivals, this years’ wait was under an hour for the early Friday arrivers. A fury of campers unloaded their camps, popped up tents, threw out their chairs and kicked back to wait for the Friday lineup to begin.
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ARISE Music Festival Enters 5th Year Ready To Impress

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ARISE Music Festival 2017 Preview

Sunrise Ranch in Loveland, CO is gearing up for the 5th annual Arise Music Festival, August 4-6. Boasting so much more than just music, proving why Arise is one of the best festivals in the country. Music, yoga, camping, workshops and activism this festival goes above and beyond providing a weekend filled with activities for everyone even the kiddos. Setting up 7 stages for live music, theme camps, art installations, galleries and education workshops, Arise should be on your to do list for this summer.

Three days at this festival is going to be life changing for all who attend. Workshops include education on how to live waste free, slack line classes, songwriting, sound healing journey, self love, parkour, chakra activation and so many more. With an extensive yoga class schedule as well throughout the weekend including laughter yoga, FUN-yasa FLO-ga, meditation practice, mindful yoga, vinyasa, Acro and lots of others. There is sure to be a class for anyone to sit in and soak up. Even at the Children’s Village. This festival provides a safe space for children to learn and play. The wisdom and knowledge brought to this festival to share with the attendees is what makes this festival stand out above the others.   Read More

Sonic Bloom 2017 Recap & Review

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Sonic Bloom 2017: The Unified Field Flourishes

Kicking off the summer festival season in Colorado this year, Sonic Bloom Festival returned for the 12th annual celebration of the “Unified Field”, Dubbed by Jamie Janover for its likeness to the access and use of free energies, this festival feels like home every time we return. For the third year in it’s new home, Hummingbird Ranch transformed into a blooming city of tents, art and transformational music. Blessing us with memories to cherish for a lifetime, fresh music performances and creativity across all mediums, the Sonic Bloom community came together with a weekend full of amazing people. Musicians, artists and fans alike, this festival provided the space for everyone to co-create for 4 magical days.

MHSM Artists at Sonic Bloom 2017

MHSM co-founder, ProJect Aspect welcomed us to the weekend of fun on Thursday at the Hummingbird Stage. Debuting his new EP “Cortex”, he would have blown the roof off if there had been one. Dropping one of the sickest sets of the weekend, his performance was original and hyphy. His new sounds combined with his masterful abilities of improv during his live set, made for an unforgettable experience. Kruza Kid also joined him on stage for a song, sharing his lyrical talent with the crowd. 

Unlimited Gravity took over the Hummingbird stage after him. Also debuting his new EP “Choose Your Direction,” this set was packed with high energy, hardcore glitch hop beats. Throwing down the glitchiest dub sounds infused with classical piano his set gave the audience all the feels. Next they brought up Steven Kuzma on a drum pad, to form the Unlimited Aspect band, the trio closed out the stage in raging fashion. Read More

Unlimited Gravity Releases ‘Choose Your Direction’ EP

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Unlimited Gravity Releases ‘Choose Your Direction’ EP, Starts Festival Season

As we celebrate the 10 year mark of Unlimited Gravity, Ronnie Weberg has cooked up a highly anticipated new 4-track EP titled ‘Choose Your Direction’. This EP is filled with new sounds, styles and bass lines, yet stays true to the classic UG swagger being extremely original, highly energetic and emotional. With upcoming performances at Northern Nights Music Festival, SubOctave Music Festival, and Arise Music Festival – UG fans old and new are sure to receive a dose of new music.

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ProJect Aspect Kicks Off Summer With Cortex EP

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3 New ProJect Aspect Tracks To Get You Ready For Festival Season

Project Aspect, Co-Founder of The Mile High Sound Movement, out does himself with every new authentic track. Setting the bar high for fellow electronic producers, his new EP ‘Cortex’ is a musical journey for your ears and soul. Blending vocals with original sounds each song brings you to a new level. Staying true to his unique style, each song features a collection of genres ranging from drum and bass, glitch hop, dubstep and overall high quality bass. He takes the sounds he creates, layers them a multitude of ways in each track, and ultimately surprises you towards the end of each song with the most creative sounds imaginable. Each song contains new sounds that you have never heard before, and he refines them into the most party acceptable drops, leaving you feeling like you have just heard a miracle in your ears.

The first track “Vortex Complex” is a mix of space vibe sounds, upbeat drum and bass, and sucks you into the vortex of glitch. The use of higher pitched tubular sounds, slow-mo vocals, and different space between each sound blends perfectly to bring you to the vortex for every second of the song. Second on the EP, “Cheddar Cheese & Ice Cream” blends the vocals of Lyric Lee with mechanical sounds into a smooth experience. These unique sounds come back throughout the song but each time a little bit differently, giving a new genre feel for each segment. “Dime on my Nine,” the third track, starts out slow, pulling you in with a trippy future Egyptian vibe. Blending each of the elements of this high energy song masterfully, you’ve got to hang on until the end. Around the 4:00 minute mark, the build up leads into a drop and the final segment of the song, that should go down in the history of electronic music as one of the best.

Sonic Bloom is this weekend, be sure to catch Project Aspect for his set at the Hummingbird Stage on Thursday night at 12:00AM. And, stick around after his set for Unlimited Gravity at 1:00AM. Both will be debuting their new EPs. Read More

12th Annual Sonic Bloom – The Unified Field Continues [MHSM Blog Preview]

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12th Annual Sonic Bloom – The Unified Field Continues


Nestled in southern Colorado in Spanish Peaks Country, is a piece of land called Hummingbird Ranch, occupied and adored by many for the enchanting weekend of Sonic Bloom during the Summer Solstice. Us annual Bloomers are eagerly awaiting the return of one of Colorado’s favorite festivals, taking place June 15th-18th. Coming together in The Unified Field is a tradition for many, as Sonic Bloom enters its 12th year. Having evolved from a small festival in Fort Collins, continued growing in Georgetown, The Mishawaka Amphitheater and in South Park. Hummingbird Ranch has been the the home of Sonic Bloom for the past 2 years, and is the new permanent home. Something all the Bloomers are grateful for, because 2014 in South Park was a battle against the elements at two miles in altitude. The Mile High Sound Movement has been a part of Sonic Bloom for nearly a decade! Here’s our tips for a fun weekend. Read More

Suwannee Hulaween 2016 – Review & Interview w/ Ganja White Night

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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

Suwannee Hulaween – An Inside Look + Chat With Unlimited Aspect [MHSM Blog]

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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.

Silver Wrapper and Purple Hat Productions are pulling out all of the stops to ensure that this is the most extraordinary musical extravaganza to date in Hula history, and they have curated yet another incredible lineup for 2016, including some names from the OG Hulaween and other iterations of the festival. As always, The String Cheese Incident remains the constant in the equation, as the band is scheduled to perform all three nights. SCI has been the main attraction year after year due to their enormous fan base that travels far and wide to witness their eclectic and energetic live sets that fluctuate between a staggering amount of genres – one minute they are strumming out some bluegrass and folk-inspired tunes, then reggae, then they transition to live renditions of EDM tracks. Their success among festivals like Hulaween and Electric Forest can be widely attributed to their ability to keep people on their toes from the beginning to the end of their sets, and will continue to return to these renowned events year after year. Read More