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.
The Funk fanatic in me has been a huge fan of Stickybuds for a long time. His clever production combines Jazz Funk sounds with Reggae resonating throughout. Add some Hip Hop influence and intricate, banging Electronic delivery and we have a recipe for a robust, flawlessly executed live show that[…]
Summer Meltdown is officially here! We have been eagerly awaiting this festival for months now. We have told you all about the Adventures packages that the festival has included, about the family friendly community that this festival has created and now the time has come to take in all of[…]
In Agassiz B.C., Canada, about an hour away from the border, just off of the little Fraser River, is a campground called the Cheam Fishing Village. The Corevette Dance Crew and some of the E.E. Media crew were invited up on the last weekend of July to teach dance classes and document a good time for the second annual Electric Love music festival.