The inaugural Suwannee Hulaween has added new artists to the lineup including Eliot Lipp (live band & DJ set), Up Until Now (with special guests), The Main Squeeze, The Heard, Catfish Alliance and Come Back Alice along with several DJs including Manic Focus, Thibault, Prophet Massive, Vlad the Inhaler, Sir Charles, Satoru and DJ Jody Litvack to man the late night Silent Disco.This new batch
After kicking off what some are calling the Fare Thee Well Tour with two nights at Red Rocks, it was clear walking up the ramps that there was a sustained energy ready to boil over on Saturday night. After three consecutive late summers on the rocks, Furthur brought out all of the tricks on this run, and finally decided to not only give us the best of, like they had in previous years, but also lots of songs they’d never dusted off in Colorado.
Let's call a spade a spade—this is the Hipster Sound in its purest form, for better or worse. Arp’s More is British Invasion presented by The Strokes, with a touch of “Penny Lane” derivative on keys. You with me so far? Bueno.Now, the man behind the creation, Alexis Georgopolos, and his people will remind you this is a very New York album—(of course it is)—and they’re quite right.
Lifestyle Upgrade Entertainment is proud to present Horn of Plenty, the new album by Atlanta's Noot d' Noot (Shakedown Records). The 8-piece outfit has been redefining parties with their undefinable sound for the past 6 years, and this latest record sees the band rocketing their spaced-out dance grooves into the deep reaches of the Heavens.