Fantastic Voyage are regulars at providing unique takes on both music and art. Even still, the West Coast label manages to find one-of-kind expressions from equally exceptional artists on every […]
It’s been over a year, and felt even longer, since people could freely travel across the country with friends and loved ones. Uniting with them at large-scale events was even […]
Every now and then, the production credits catch you by surprise. Amongst the highlights of new music Friday, producers Henry Was, Hollywood Cole, and Rory Behr picked up an acclaimed […]
After a year-long hiatus, Day N Vegas festival will return to Las Vegas Festival Grounds this Fall with its biggest lineup to date. The festival announced its full lineup on Monday, unveiling […]
Excision Returns to Las Vegas for 2-Day Curated Event Alongside Sullivan King, Marauda & More [News]
Excision is set to return to the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center next month, when he’ll host a two-night run July 2-3, presented by RVLTN Events. The dubstep king, who’s built a rabid following […]
Suwannee Hulaween is back and spookier than ever. After almost two years since we’ve stepped foot in our beloved Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park, the Hula fam has been […]
The Portal is opening once again, which signals the return of the beloved Okeechobee Music Festival. Earlier today, Insomniac and Soundslinger made it official by announce ‘OMF’ will celebrate its […]
Electronic producer ill-esha isn’t just an observer of the arts community, but an active participant in it across the globe. She’s made an undeniable impression in terms of streaming and […]
NEWS—Colorado artist Mersiv has been on a tear, and not even the Midwest polar vortex could keep him from heating things up with news he’s officially in ‘album mode.’ The producer took to socials to confirm his debut album, Pretty Dark Loud, is in the works.
Nashville is at risk of closing down its independent music venues. According to the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA), the Music City has 13 weeks until only one venue could be left. Without COVID relief, chances are grim not just for Nashville, but for independent venues across the country.