The Kazbah fundraiser was the first time the collective organized a public event beyond The Playa. The crowd consisted of the diversity Burning Man tends to offer. From break dancers, to House Heads, to Burners, people were getting their dance on, rubbing shoulders and other body parts to the hypnotic music at Public Works.
Saturday’s lineup of I Love This City definitely tried it’s hardest, but couldn’t quite overcome Friday’s sets. Probably more due to the circumstances surrounding their music, i.e. a bitter cold wind and my ambitious lack of a jacket, but also a byproduct of the crowd. A fuller, more weekend crowd made the enjoyment less about Read More
I Love This City was my first electro dance festival of this scale and it was quite the colorful adventure. There were three stages staggered around Shoreline Amphitheater, each one cracking out jams, with crowds almost as entertaining as the DJs. Walking around, it felt like I was apart of a circus or masquerade wonderland Read More
Tomorrow marks the beginning of San Francisco’s Treasure Island Festival. The festival, broken into two days, will feature electronic and dance music on Saturday and indie rock on Sunday. Saturday will also feature the newly added silent disco, which for those unfamiliar is a dance party that has everyone wearing headphones listening to the same Read More
Sit back, roll it up, and enjoy that cheeba. In the late 90s, UK’s Morcheeba was doing just that but then brothers Ross and Paul Godfrey parted ways with vocalist Skye Edwards. The brothers continued to put out three more albums, but none of them received the same critical acclaim as their work with Skye. Read More