It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and no, I’m not talking about Christmas. Sound Haven Festival is now only days away. With an incredible lineup, an upgraded venue, and the promise of new experiences (did someone say kayak-friendly lake?), Tennessee’s wildest and weirdest bass music festival is set to return for perhaps its […]
Following the pandemic induced cancellation in 2020 and a mother nature-caused one in 2021, Imagine Music Festival is triumphantly returning in 2022 — with a new venue at Kingston Downs in Rome, GA. Despite the numerous hurdles they’ve had to overcome in past years, IMF’s revival this Fall will feature its most familiar feature – […]
After taking two years off, WAKAAN Music Festival is calling festival goers back to Mulberry Mountain from September 28 to October 1 after dropping an electric, alphabetically-organized lineup that shines from top to bottom. The brief hiatus has created an overwhelming level of excitement for fans all over as the anticipation for this lineup grew. […]
Roe v. Wade protected the constitutional rights of access to abortion in America from January 22, 1973, until June 24, 2022, when the supreme court overturned the ruling, reversing the constitutional right and jeopardizing women’s health and people with uteruses. Several artists in the music industry stood up against the Supreme Court by donating, setting […]
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.