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Music and merriment drifted from person to person on August 5 to 7, all wrapped in the loving embrace of the fabled tree-and-meadow acreage of Black Oak Ranch, aka the Hog Farm, for the second Days Between festival in far Northern California.

Borderland Festival is returning to Knox Farm State Park, September 17 and 18, bringing an experience rooted in community and bursting with musical flair to the region.

In classic Borderland style, the two-day festival will host more than 20 bands on three stages. A diverse mix of national and regional, rock, country and Americana artists will perform at the historic and picturesque Knox Farm.

Headlining the 2022 festival is American psychedelic rock band, The Flaming Lips and alt-rock band, Portugal. The Man.

March 6, 2022 will mark 30 years since the Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colorado welcomed its first audience. Since then, the mid-sized independent music venue located on University Hill  has been voted one of the nation’s best venues by Rolling Stone and has been instrumental in the success of numerous musical acts. On a date not yet announced, the Fox Theatre will join some of those artists (The String Cheese Incident, Leftover Salmon, Yonder Mountain String Band, and Hot Rize) as inductees to the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.

New Orleans funk powerhouse Dumpstaphunk has released ‘Where Do We Go From Here,’ their first full-length in seven years, and undeniably the most powerful and politically pointed album of their career. To celebrate today’s release, the band is unveiling a music video for the album’s title track, which speaks to the overall themes of the project.

New Orleans funk powerhouse Dumpstaphunk has just released "Do You," the fourth single off their new album ‘Where Do We Go From Here,' out April 23rd. Featuring a guest appearance by The Steeltown Horns - Reggie Watkins on trombone, Richard Matt on saxophone, and John “JD” Chaisson on trumpet - "Do You" is the an uplifting final taste of the most powerful and politically pointed album of the band's career, further cementing their status as the heavi

New Orleans funk powerhouse Dumpstaphunk has just unleashed a rendition of Buddy Miles’s 1973 acid-fueled blues anthem “United Nations Stomp," the third single from ‘Where Do We Go From Here,’ their first full-length album in seven years.

New Orleans' Dumpstaphunk releases the Cut Chemist remix of their latest single “Justice 2020" featuring Chali 2na and Trombone Shorty TODAY on all digital platforms.

New Orleans funk powerhouse Dumpstaphunk announces their new album Where Do We Go From Here, set to release on April 23, 2021 (via Mascot Label Group / The Funk Garage). The release marks the band’s first full-length album in seven years, and undeniably the most powerful and politically pointed of their career.

Today, on the precipice of the 2020 presidential election, New Orleans funk ensemble Dumpstaphunk releases “Justice 2020 featuring Chali 2na and Trombone Shorty,” the second single off their forthcoming album Where Do We Go From Here. “Justice 2020” is a brand-new version of the group’s previous single “Justice,” which was released after the 2016 presidential election and became an unofficial anthem of the social justice movement.

Today, on the eve of the 15th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans’ funk ensemble, Dumpstaphunk releases “Where Do We Go From Here,” the first single and title-track off their forthcoming album. The song is available on all digital platforms worldwide; listen by visiting the link HERE
 

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