A Magic Sword – “any kind of mythological or fictional sword imbued with magical power” – and magical it was. On Friday, September 23 Magic Sword invited Boise’s inhabitants to join them at the Knitting Factory in their “quest to destroy the forces of darkness” and I would have to[…]
Music has always played a role in showcasing the struggle of those without a voice in their communities. Whether it was the negro spiritual slave songs, or the progression of that into Blues, Jazz, Soul, Funk, and ultimately Hip Hop, they have all influenced each other in some way. They[…]
Getting the green light to work a festival that we already hold near and dear to our hearts brought so much excitement and an overwhelming sense of appreciation. Shambhala Music Festival has always been a place that has allowed for a healthy purge of things that are not feeding individual[…]
This summer has been one of the busiest summers of my life. Almost every weekend from the end of June through the beginning of August was spent at one music festival or another, either performing or documenting with fellow members of E.E. My journey began with What The Festival in Dufur, Oregon. I was blown away, but saturated with the bittersweet feeling that, while I’d experienced such an amazing music festival, nothing in the long line of event-filled weekends ahead of me would live up to it. And then I went to Summer Meltdown.