And another one bites the dust. Just 16 days before the legendary Woodstock festival was set to kick off its 50th-year celebration, it imploded. The Woodstock Music and Arts Festival was built upon the ideas of hope and protest. In 1969, the USA was deep in the...read more
How lucky are we to live in a world where there are literally hundreds of electronic music festivals happening all summer long? This blessing can also seem like a curse when you are trying to pick which ones are worth your vacation time and money. Likely, you’ll pick...read more
Today marks the second day of the week-long (August 7th to 13th) Sziget Festival in Budapest, Hungary on Hajógyári Island. With over 1,000 performances from the world’s biggest names across 60 stages, what was once a small gathering has become one of the most iconic...read more
We’re all about living out our best lives. And for us, that means a life that is happy, healthy, and full of really good music. One of the best things about music is experiencing it live. Being in the presence of the artist while you and hundreds (or thousands) of...read more
Festival prep is almost as important as the festival itself. You need to organize your crew, tickets, accommodation, transportation, festival looks for days 1, 2, and 3, food, drink, and all that jazz. It’s no easy feat. However, once you get there, all that hard work...read more
Slowly, the world is becoming more conscious of its contributions to pollution and thankfully, most people are wanting to clean up their acts. The plastic-free movement isn’t new, however, it has certainly gained traction in recent years. Images of trash filled oceans...read more
Image Credit: Sandor Csudai We’ve all been there. It’s day 2 of the festival you’ve been waiting to attend since the closing set last year. You shake off yesterday’s hangover or serotonin deficiency by chasing 5-HTP with alternating chugs of beer and Gatorade because...read more
XXL, one of London’s biggest gay nightclubs, is being forced to shut down. Like many cultural hubs before it, the club has fallen victim to gentrification and will be turned into yet another residential and retail development. With a community and a voice as loud as...read more
Who will take you to and from the festival if Uber won’t? Over the past decade, Uber has become an integral part of our lives. It has provided a safe and economical way to get from point A to B, whether that be work, a friend’s, a party, or the park. Having the...read more
Juno Plus called their production work “the middle ground between US and European electronic music”. As you’ll discover in this in-depth interview, Giuseppe and Sergio still carry their Italian roots with pride, whether they’re playing their hometown or touring the world. The two musicians just seem to adore Milan, and also gave us some awesome recommendations about their city and its daily life.read more
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