2017 Festival Wishlist

I’ve been a consistent festival attendee since 2011, logging a yearly visit to Coachella, Electric Forest, and Summer Set. I also found myself at North Coast, Hard Day of the Dead, Lights All Night, Soundtown, Mamby on the Beach, Freaky Deaky, and a few others. In that time, I’ve learned to love the anticipation that accompanies the winter time roll-out of festival lineup releases and … Continue reading 2017 Festival Wishlist

Reports from the Forest: Was Lost, Now Found

Welcome Home, Forest Family. Jump to:  THURSDAY   |   FRIDAY   |   SATURDAY   |   SUNDAY   |   GALLERY Everything leading up to a music festival, from making lists to grocery shopping up through your arrival at the venue is about enough to make your average person never, ever want to do it again. Even parts of the festival itself fall into the … Continue reading Reports from the Forest: Was Lost, Now Found

Electric Forest: Be Prepared, Be Excellent

(Originally published at ElectroJams.com on June 9 2014) Going to a music festival is not as simple as hopping in a car and driving to the venue. Especially in the case of Electric Forest, spanning four long days with camping in a remote location, meaning you have to bring everything you’ll need when you’re awake, sleeping, dancing and quite a bit of walking. I started … Continue reading Electric Forest: Be Prepared, Be Excellent

Sunday Sounds: Kygo

No, not the Denver-based country music radio station.  Not even close.  This Kygo is a Norwegian-sourced producer of some of the most catchy and intoxicating deep house songs and remixes coming out right now. This post is kicking off a new monthly(-ish) theme dedicating all my posts and reviews to performers of Electric Forest, a music festival in western Michigan set to kick off it’s … Continue reading Sunday Sounds: Kygo

Like Kids in a Candy Store: Coachella

Attending Coachella Music and Arts Festival is like being transported onto the set of a movie designed by Dr. Suess with a script written by Hunter S. Thompson.  Here, more than anywhere else, I continually asking myself if this is all real.  Sure it is, but only for a few days in April. If you love music, and if you love the exchange of energy … Continue reading Like Kids in a Candy Store: Coachella