Eric Prydz Takes Over Madison Square Garden With Epic 3.0 Show

On Saturday night at Madison Square Garden, Eric Prydz pushed the boundaries of what an electronic music live show really can be. In previous interviews, Prydz has mentioned that this would be a once [...]

Global Citizen Festival Brings Together Artists and Activists from Around the World

On Saturday, September 28, 60,000 activists came together in Central Park to celebrate worldwide progress towards eradicating extreme poverty by 2030. As I stood amongst tens of thousands of Global Ci[...]

The Inaugural Cloak & Dagger Festival Drops Into Denver

Origins of the term “cloak and dagger” can be traced back to the 19th century, when individuals wielding both items were suggestive of ‘melodramatic intrigue and/or action usually involving secr[...]

Kygo Brings Tropical House To Output Roof, 9/27

There may not be a hotter DJ in the world than Kygo at the moment. The Norwegian DJ kept adding more New York dates to his current 'Endless Summer' tour, finally settling with four sold out shows over[...]

We Liked It There: Snarky Puppy Blows The Roof Off The Fillmore, 9/26

Snarky Puppy took the stage a few minutes after 10:00. Whether they decided it based on the crowd or had planned it in advance, the first 20 minutes of their set were the perfect contrast to the strai[...]


Foxygen - ...And Star Power (Album Review/Stream)

As the album cover of ...And Star Power appeared, I knew this wasn’t going to be the Foxygen of old; too simplistic for the transcendent minds of Sam French and Jonathan Rado. With the near implosions of Foxygen shortly before recording, no one was certain how the concept album of …And Star Power would fair. Could the California psychedelic duo reach the same success as debut album, We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace and Magic? The 82 minute long double album is described by Jag [...]

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Umphrey's McGee's Hall of Fame Class of 2013 [Stream/Review]

Dear Umphrey’s McGee Fans, You all have great taste in music (but you already knew that). I had the recent privilege of checking out their 2013 Hall of Fame album, and I have two words for ya: holy [...]

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Vulfpeck - Fugue State [Album Review]

Los Angeles-based instrumental quartet Vulfpeck is not your ordinary funk band.  In fact, not much about Vulfpeck comes close to resembling ordinary. Conceived in a German literature class back in 20 [...]

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Marco Benevento - Swift [Album Review]

After listening to Marco Benevento's latest LP effort, Swift, it is unmistakable that the keyboardist has added to his vast arsenal since his last solo album, TigerFace. What's most pleasantly sur [...]

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The Werks Show Their Diverse Influences On 'Mr. Smalls Sessions'

The Werks call their music “psychedelic dance rock”, but somehow even the most complicated term does not quite define what they really are. Before you go on reading this, I strongly urge you to ch [...]

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