Sound and movement play a crucial role in the healing process for music fans. In fact, Nick Rowland, better known as Super Future, considers music to be a universal healer. From his “Ass Throwers Anonymous” mixes with Wreckno to his downtempo sunrise sets, Rowland creates music on all sides of the sonic spectrum. His intention, […]
What better way to spend the Fourth of July weekend than on Marvin’s Mountaintop getting down to some great tunes? Taking place in Masontown, West Virginia, bass music fans flocked to Yonderville Music & Arts Festival June 30 through July 3 to celebrate the weekend with beautiful art, delicious food, and of course, astounding music. […]
If you thought Disney World was the happiest place on Earth, you’re mistaken. That honor goes to Electric Forest. This year’s Electric Forest Festival was a healing, mind-blowing adventure. After a two-year pause due to the pandemic, it felt great to be back in Sherwood Forest (or go there for the first time). More than […]
Written review and photo recap of Sunset Music Festival 2022.
Wakaan boss Liquid Stranger will be joined by a Deep Dark & Dangerous showcase presented by Truth, Lab Group, Yheti, Of the Trees, Wreckno, Esseks, Black Carl!, Abelation, and more. Yonderville has grown a reputation for providing top-tier talent in the bass music scene of North America. For its 5th year, Yonderville unveils its largest […]
Brandon Wisniski grew up an avid bass music fan from Northern Michigan, yet even through his abundant passion and excitement, it would have been hard for him to envision becoming the fabulous force that is Wreckno. Growing up in a small town, Wisniski was one of the few openly queer people in his community. He […]