Snowglobe Music Festival 2012 Day 3 Recap

Day 3 of Snowglobe was the perfect way to kick off the New Year. The festival ran smoothly, the music was incredible, and the crowd was, like the other two days, the best I’ve ever been in. Snowglobe, in just its second year, has successfully created an amazing and unique festival experience that has an […]

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Snowglobe Music Festival 2012 Day 2 Recap

Day 2 of Snowglobe Music Festival 2012 was a massive success, in contrast to yesterday’s setbacks. The shuttle situation was repaired (luckily, as 3 drivers were hospitalized after Day 1), the crowd was incredible, and of course – Madeon and Deadmau5 blew everyone away. Unlike Day 1, the shuttle system was well organized, with a […]

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Snowglobe Music Festival 2012 Day 1 Recap

Day one of Snowglobe Music Festival 2012 was full of incredible performances, beautiful scenery, great people, and unfortunately – transportation nightmares. And in the end, the nerds brought more swag than the famed rapper. Here’s a recap of what went down. To get to the venue, Lake Tahoe City College, most festivalgoers (myself included) purchased […]

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Event Review: HARD LA: Wolfgang Gartner (11/10/12)

On Saturday night, Wolfgang Gartner headlined for HARD LA at the Hollywood Palladium. He was supported by L-Vis 1990, Popeska, and Proxy. The Hollywood Palladium is a classic, beautiful venue, with a round, wooden dance floor, balconies, chandeliers, and a great overall feel. The organization was  superb as well, a sharp contrast to Day of […]

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Event Review: HARD Day of the Dead (11-3-12)

This year, HARD Haunted Mansion went from a two-day, indoor/outdoor event at the Shrine to a one-day open-air festival called Day of the Dead. Essentially, a rave with four stages and thousands of people in Halloween costumes. As a first-timer at HARD, I was both impressed by the spectacle and disappointed by the terrible organization. […]

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Event Review: 3LAU Boston

There are few things quite as disappointing as that moment when you look down at your ticket for an upcoming show and realize the event is open to all ages.  Don’t get me wrong, I am all for spreading the electro-gospel to anyone and everyone interested in joining the movement, but allowing kids who just took their […]

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