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Hype Music Festivals is a webzine dedicated to festivals and the bands that play them, with an emphasis on photography and video. We strive to change the way music is covered and listened to with each article we put out. Hype-mag.com is really just one man, Phil Sunkel. I have always had a passion for music and imagery. My life's path really became clear when Hype-mag co-founder, Michael Parker, took me to Bear Creek '09. Being my first real festival, it changed my life and opened my eyes to an entire new world of quality music. College, friends and many festivals drove me to create this website to showcase the wide variety of artists, bands, musicians, DJs, poets and people who surround the beautiful world of festivals.

HYPE Is Launching A Brand New Image-Based Website!

Hello HYPE Fam!

To start off, thank you for an incredible 2014. Honestly, if it wasn’t for you beautiful people, we would not be able to accomplish the goals we’ve had set before us. Luckily for the HYPE team and all of you out there, theres never been a goal we’ve set for ourselves, that we haven’t accomplished.

Slightly Skewed Photography
Slightly Skewed Photography

As this New Year comes into full swing, HYPE will be launching our brand new, image-based website.

Starting on Wednesday the HYPE site will be down for a week or two, while we finalize the DNS transfer and hash out the very last issues with the site.

When the site returns in two weeks, be prepared for a whole new HYPE!

Photo by Lisa Ansteth
Photo by Lisa Ansteth

I can’t even put into words how excited I am for everyone to see the new site and to simply see where the rest of this insane journey will take myself, the HYPE crew and all of you, The HYPE Family.

Our social media accounts will still be up and running, so go ahead and like us on Facebook at Facebook.com/hypemusicfestivals and follow us on Twitter & Instagram: @hypemusicfests

Photo by Lisa Ansteth
Photo by Lisa Ansteth

Thank you for all your support, I cannot stress my appreciation enough.

Phil Sunkel
Editor, HYPEmusicfestivals.com

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Yonder Mountain String Band Florida Tour and New Album Announcement!

Yonder Mountain String Band is firing on all cylinders as they announce a slew of Winter and Spring 2015 tour dates throughout the South, Midwest, and West Coast.

Jake Jolliff (mandolin) and Allie Kral (fiddle) will be along for the ride on both tours. First off in January 2015 & February 2015, YMSB headlines the following venues: Lincoln Theatre (Raleigh, NC: Jan. 21), The Orange Peel (Asheville, NC: Jan. 22), Cannery Ballroom (Nashville, TN: Jan. 23), Bijou Theatre (Knoxville, TN: Jan. 24), Vogue Theatre (Indianapolis, IN: Jan. 28), Canopy Club (Urbana, IL: Jan. 29), Ann Arbor Folk Festival (Ann Arbor, MI: Jan. 30), Barrymore Theater (Madison, WI: Jan. 31), State Theatre (State College, PA: Feb. 3), House of Blues (Cleveland, OH: Feb. 4), The Kentucky Theatre (Lexington, KY: Feb. 5), Variety Playhouse (Atlanta, GA: Feb. 6), The Music Farm (Columbia, SC: Feb. 7), The Music Farm (Charleston, SC: Feb. 11), The Social (Orlando, FL: Feb. 12), Jannus Live (St. Petersburg, FL: Feb. 13), Revolution Live (Fort Lauderdale, FL: Feb. 1), and Freebird Live (Jacksonville Beach, FL: Feb. 15).DSC_7229

In March 2015 & April 2015, YMSB hits the Pink Garter Theatre (Jackson, WY: Mar. 24), Wilma Theatre (Missoula, MT: Mar. 25), Crystal Ballroom (Portland, OR: Mar. 26), The Neptune (Seattle, WA: Mar. 27), McDonald Theatre (Eugene, OR: Mar. 28), Van Duzer Theatre (Arcata, CA: Mar. 30), Park City Live (Park City, UT: Apr. 1), Whitney Peak (Reno, NV: Apr. 2), Fox Theater (Oakland, CA: Apr. 3), House of Blues (Los Angeles, CA: Apr. 4), Wareham Opera House (Manhattan, KS: Apr. 8), Cain’s Ballroom (Tulsa, OK: Apr. 9), Granada Theatre (Dallas, TX: Apr. 10), Stubb’s BBQ (Austin, TX: Apr. 11), George’s Majestic (Fayetteville, AR: Apr. 12), Bourbon Theatre (Lincoln, NE: Apr. 15), The Gillioz Theatre (Springfield, MO: Apr. 16), and The Pageant (St. Louis, MO: Apr. 17).

Bluegrass is a music steeped in tradition, but over the past decade and a half — much of it spent on the road — Yonder Mountain String Band has spearheaded a renegade movement to rewrite the definition of the genre. Alongside other neo-bluegrass friends such as Leftover Salmon, Sam Bush, Bela Fleck, The Travelin’ McCourys, and Railroad Earth, YMSB has thoroughly revitalized and contemporized bluegrass and introduced it to many thousands of new fans. Rolling Stone said that YMSB “liberates bluegrass’ hot-shit riffing and blue-sky harmonies from its hidebound formalism,” while Paste Magazine wrote, “The Yonder Mountain boys have found a formula that works: take rootsy bluegrass influences, add in some rock ‘n’ roll, and seek out an adventurous audience.”

Yonder Mountain String Band is comprised of Adam Aijala (guitar, vocals), Dave Johnston (banjo, vocals), Ben Kaufmann (bass, vocals), and select special guest artists who will appear with the band throughout 2014 & 2015. Two standout musicians regularly performing live with YMSB are Jake Jolliff (mandolin, vocals) and Allie Kral (fiddle, vocals). Jolliff is an award-winning mandolin player (First Place, National Mandolin Championship 2012, Walnut Valley Festival), and was a founding member of the disbanded Americana outfit, Joy Kills Sorrow. Kral is well-known as the former fiddle player for Cornmeal (2003 – 2013), and she’s worked alongside various notable artists including moe., Railroad Earth, Warren Haynes, and others. For confirmed line-up information, please see the tour dates listed below._DSC5121

With the band having one of the strongest touring bases in the industry, fans and critics alike have been drawn to both their live shows and singular studio albums. Reporting from the All Good Music Festival (2009), journalist Jarrett Bellini from CNN Showbiz Tonight notes, “The trophy for best musical set goes to Yonder Mountain String Band who, as the sun began to set, left it all on the stage for an hour and a half. The pickers from Colorado had the audience dancing and shaking, kicking up a joyful storm of dust into the cool summer sky.”

YMSB has evolved into something of a phenomenon on the concert and festival circuit. The band has sold out Colorado’s famed Red Rocks several times, and played sold-out shows with Grateful Dead and Furthur bassist Phil Lesh at his Terrapin Crossroads venue in August 2012. They also host three singular music festivals every year — Northwest String Summit (now in its 14th year and hosted by YMSB every year), Harvest Music Festival (where they will host for the sixth time in October 2015), and Strings & Sol (Yonder hosts for the third year-in-a-row in Mexico in December 2014) — and have consecutively sold out runs of shows at Telluride Bluegrass Festival year after year. Every other year, YMSB also hosts Kinfolk Festival @ Planet Bluegrass. In all, Yonder Mountain logs over 100 live dates per year.PCS_0721

Yonder has always played music by its own design. Bending bluegrass, rock and countless other influences, they’ve come to pioneer a sound that they alone could only champion. With a traditional lineup of instruments, they may appear to be a traditional bluegrass band at first glance but they’ve taken the customary old-timey instrumentation to new heights, transcending any single genre. Yonder has become a regular performer at major music festivals like the iconic Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Summer Camp, and DelFest as well as massive multi-stage events like Bonnaroo and Austin City Limits Festival.

YMSB is currently working on a new full-length studio recording; fans can expect a new album to be released in 2015.

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YONDER MOUNTAIN STRING BAND WINTER & SPRING 2015 TOUR DATES

12/31 – Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater*^
1/1 – Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater*^&
1/2 – Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater*^#
1/3 – Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater*^!
1/21 – Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theatre*^
1/22 – Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel*^
1/23 – Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom*^
1/24 – Knoxville, TN – Bijou Theatre*^
1/28 – Indianapolis, IN – Vogue Theatre*^
1/29 – Urbana, IL – Canopy Club*^
1/30 – Ann Arbor, MI – Ann Arbor Folk Festival*^
1/31 – Madison, WI – Barrymore Theater*^
2/3 – State College, PA – State Theatre*^
2/4 – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues*^
2/5 – Lexington, KY – The Kentucky Theatre*^
2/6 – Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse*^
2/7 – Columbia, SC – The Music Farm*^
2/11 – Charleston, SC – The Music Farm*^
2/12 – Orlando, FL – The Social*^
2/13 – St. Petersburg, FL – Jannus Live*^
2/14 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Revolution Live (Outdoor Stage)*^
2/15 – Jacksonville Beach, FL – Free Bird Live*^
3/24 – Jackson, WY – Pink Garter Theatre*^
3/25 – Missoula, MT – Wilma Theatre*^
3/26 – Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom*^
3/27 – Seattle, WA – The Neptune*^
3/28 – Eugene, OR – McDonald Theatre*^
3/30 – Arcata, CA – Van Duzer Theatre*^
4/1 – Park City, UT – Park City Live*^
4/2 – Reno, NV – Whitney Peak*^
4/3 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater *^
4/4 – Los Angeles, CA – House of Blues*^
4/8 – Manhattan, KS – Wareham Opera House*^
4/9 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom*^
4/10 – Dallas, TX – Granada Theatre*^
4/11 – Austin, TX – Stubb’s BBQ*^
4/12 – Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic*^
4/15 – Lincoln, NE – Bourbon Theatre*^
4/16 – Springfield, MO – The Gillioz Theatre*^
4/16 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant*^
7/16/15 – 7/19/15 – North Plains, OR – Northwest String Summit

Special Guest Performers:
*Jake Jolliff (mandolin, vocals)
^Allie Kral (fiddle, vocals)
& John Popper (harmonica), Shawn Camp, Dave Watts (drums), & Joey Porter (keys)
# Jennifer Hartswick (trumpet) and Natalie Cressman (trombone)
! Andy Hall (dobro) and Andy Falco (guitar)

For more info visit YonderMountain.com

DANK ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM AND SOUTHEAST TOUR

Dank, formerly Dank Sinatra, has announced the release of a new self-titled album that will be available on Tuesday, February 3 via CDBaby, iTunes, Spotify and other online download and streaming outlets. In support of the new album, Dank will embark on a winter tour of the Southeast US kicking off January 23 in Georgia.

Dank is the next installment in what is a long and storied history of Rock and Roll music. Combining rhythm and blues tradition with a modern sense of urgency and experimentation, Dank is pulling Rock music into the 21st century as it was meant to be heard and experienced.

With energetic and unpredictable live performances, as well as a knack for the studio and all of its wizardry, this Atlanta five-piece is showing fans what it takes to rock in the torrid seas of a post-Napster musical climate. It’s hard to pin down exactly what the Dank will become, or how far the band has come to get to where it is today, but at the core of this outfit is a red hot soul and a burning sense of modern day Rock and Roll magic.

Dank (the album), is concrete evidence of this Atlanta five-piece’s ability to put together an album that rewards both the close listening enthusiast and the quick trip YouTube-ist.

With feet firmly on the ground in clever hooks and melodies, along with an interstellar spin wrought by Producer Scott Nicholas, Dank is an album written over the last year by a band in between cities. The resulting work exhibits growth and movement, roots being lifted from their foundations, and a feverous excitement towards a future unknown.

Songs like the album opener “Crash the Door” mark a conscious stylistic effort by the band to claim new ground in the stale world of modern rock, and to stake their claim as ambassadors to a modern era of rock and roll music. Space age synth leads and effects, southern rock craftsmanship, scorching dual guitar leads, and experimental transitions and song structure are the name of the game here.

As their most focused effort yet, Dank provides the listener with a complete experience and an invitation to follow along for the journey to come.

Winter Tour Dates:
January 23 – Milledgeville, GA | Amici
January 24 – Macon, GA | The Hummingbird Stage & Taproom
January 29 – Knoxville, TN | Preservation Pub
January 30 – Asheville, NC |The One Stop
February 4 – Chattanooga, TN | Rhythm & Brews
February 5 – Nashville, TN |12th & Porter
February 6 – Memphis, TN | Hi-Tone
February 7 – Tupelo, MS | Blue Canoe
February 9 – New Orleans, LA | The Den at The Howlin Wolf
February 11 – New Orleans, LA | The Prytania Bar
February 12 – Baton Rouge, LA | Chelsea’s Café
February 13 – Oxford, MS | Proud Larry’s
February 14 – Auburn, AL | Moe’s
February 20 – Winston-Salem, NC | Bull’s Tavern
February 21 -Charlotte, NC | Visulite Theatre
February 27 – Charleston, SC | The Pourhouse

For more info visit CrankTheDank.com

The Virginia Key GrassRoots Festival of Music, Art and Dance Unveils Lineup

The inclusive four-day arts and culture extravaganza known as The Virginia Key GrassRoots Festival of Music, Art and Dance will return to the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park (4020 Virginia Beach Drive Key Biscayne, FL 33149) Thursday, February 19, 2015 through Sunday, February 22, 2015.

A week of camping, dance, cooking and movement workshops will precede the festival during GrassRoots Culture Camp, starting Sunday February 15th.

This year’s lineup will feature Rubblebucket, Marco Benevento, Keith Frank, AJ Ghent Band, Big Mean Sound Machine, Donna the Buffalo, Swear and Shake, Telekenetic Walrus, Danay Suárez, Morikeba Kouyate, Locos Por Juana, MC Yogi, Jim Lauderdale, the Spam Allstars, Afrobeta and 40+ other acts.

Marco Benevento at Catskill Chill
Marco Benevento at Catskill Chill

The original Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival (Now Virginia Key Grassroots Festival) began in 1990 as a benefit concert to support a local AIDS organization in Ithaca, NY. Encouraged by the success of that night, a decision was made to create an annual festival dedicated to raising money for the fight against AIDS, while supporting arts and education. With the help of countless volunteers, the Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival has become an internationally-recognized event with a focus on traditional and contemporary roots music and dance from all over the world. For four days every July, the festival hosts more than 60 performing groups on four stages at the Trumansburg Fairgrounds in central New York, near the university town of Ithaca.

Twelve years later, the Shakori Hills GrassRoots Festival was launched on a 75-acre farm in rural North Carolina near the triangle cities of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill. Twice a year, in April and October, thousands of people attend the event to revel in great music, sweat it out on the dance floor, celebrate the arts, and build community. The site has since become the Shakori Hills Community Arts Center, a non-profit organization created to strengthen the community through music, arts and education.

The festival is down south for the winter once again, having found an amazing site, the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, just off the coast of Miami, FL. It’s the ideal spot for the fourth annual season Virginia Key GrassRoots Festival.

Full Lineup:

Afrobeta
AJ Ghent Band
Big Mean Sound Machine
Bobbie Henrie
Brendan O’Hara
Chantil Dukart
Consortes
Cortadito
Danay Suarez
Dark Water Rising
DJ Bill Kelly
DJ Richard McVay
Donna the Buffalo
Driftwood
Elastic Bond
Electric Piquete
Ephniko
Fabi World Experience
Jim Lauderdale
Juke
Keith Frank & the Solieau Zydeco Band
Keith Secola & His Wild Band of Indians
Lanzallamas
Lobo Marino
Locos Por Juana
Marco Benevento
MC Yogi
Morikeba Kouyate
Nag Champyons
Nativos Orchestra
Nikki Talley
Osceola Brothers
Preston Frank
Richie Stearns & Rosie Newton
Rubblebucket
School of Rock
Sihasin
Sindy Rush
Spam Allstars
Suenalo
Swear & Shake
Tamboka
Telekinetic Walrus
The Apple Butter Express
The Baboons
The Blind Spots
Uma Galera
Uproot Hootenanny
Uruchamba
WildCat Creek
Zey Ta Blan
Zona De Bomba

This year, the non-profit Virginia Key GrassRoots Festival was awarded a $75,000 matching grant through The Knight Arts Challenge, in recognition of the dynamic support they provide to the arts community of South Florida, as well as the world class music they bring to the citizens and visitors that attend the festival. The Knight Arts Challenge Grant validates the work of the festival, which strives to grow community using the magnets of music, art and dance.campground

New for 2015, the GrassRoots Culture Camp will predate the festival itself, running Sunday, February 15th through Wednesday, February 18th, featuring yoga, instrument and cooking workshops, and more, ending each night with a daily family-style dinner and dance. Think beachside camping coupled with innovative workshops led by some of the GrassRoots Family’s greatest talent(How awesome does that sound?).

The festival will also feature the Zen Village Healing Arts area, the Kids Village, the Sustainability Fair and Expo, band and instrument contests, the Beer Garden & Vinyl Lounge, the GrassRoots World Café, live art, craft vendors, daily yoga session, beach camping and more.

Tickets are available online at VirginiaKeyGrassRoots.org/general-info/tickets.

For more information, visit VirginiaKeyGrassRoots.org or call 786.409.5261.

The Top Ten Bands & Musicians We Want To See At All Good Music Festival 2015

All Good Festival & Campout has recently Revealed their 2015 Return to West Virginia, July 9-12. The 18th incarnation of the event, put on by Walther Productions, is taking place at Berry Hill Farm in Summit Point, WV (near Charles Town and Harper’s Ferry, WV). The new site, located in the Eastern panhandle of West Virginia, is approximately 90 minutes from Baltimore and 75 minutes from Washington D.C., and marks the festival’s return to the Wild and Wonderful Appalachian country. The festival lineup and further details will be announced in the coming months.All Good Festival - Save the Date

With that said, HYPE Editor, Phil Sunkel, gives us his top ten bands he would love to see at All Good Festival & Campout this year.

Leftover Salmon

Tycho

Tedeschi Trucks Band

Superhuman Happiness

Snarky Puppy

Nahko and Medicine For The People

Bonobo

The Nth Power

Passafire

Blues Traveler

For more info visit www.AllGoodFestival.com

Cosby Sweater Changes Their Name To Turbo Suit, Announces Tour & New Album!

The time comes for every artist to face the daunting challenge of selecting a moniker that represents their sound, their brand and their persona. In 2012, Indianapolis funktronica trio settled on Cosby Sweater, a pop culture reference to the flamboyant knit sweaters doned by an ‘80s sitcom star, which were later coveted by artists like Notorious B.I.G. as collectors items and referenced in cult-classic films like “High Fidelity.”

Cosby Sweater (the band) has been establishing themselves in the music scene, touring the US, performing at a plethora of top national festivals and releasing four albums, all during their short tenure. Their fans embraced the vision behind the name and often show up in their best Cosby sweaters. Like the sweaters themselves, the name conjured a warm and familiar feeling._PRC7516-Edit

Recently the word “Cosby” has developed a negative connotation in the news, and the elephant in the room has become too big to ignore. That once comfortable feeling associated with the band name is now surrounded with a preconceived thought that doesn’t reflect what the band represents.

Starting in January 2015, the band will effectively be known as “Turbo Suit.” What is Turbo Suit? A Turbo Suit is the suit that exemplifies how “You Do You” the best. It is the band morphing out of Cosby Sweater and into something that is fresh, fast, and stylish. Musically, the band has brought it to the next level with their new material. So, it only makes sense to “suit up” in a new vessel that showcases the band’s evolution from Cosby Sweater to Turbo Suit.1487783_736886263036791_4171680448606332986_o

Along with the name change, the trio has announced dates for their winter tour which commences on January 14th in Allston, Massachusetts. Turbo Suit will be touring in support of their forthcoming album, “Out Here,” which will be released this spring.

The new full-length album represents a musical raising-of-the-bar for the band. “Out Here” will feature an impressive roster of special guest including Jake Cinninger, Joel Cummins and Andy Farag (Umphrey’s McGee); Natalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band); Zion I; ProbCause; Joe Hettinga and Marcus Rezak (Digital Tape Machine); Rusty Redenbacher and more.

David Embry (production and vocals), Nicholas Gerlach (tenor saxophone and EWI) and Jeff Peterson (drums) are “suiting up” in 2015, and they can’t wait for you to join them!

“Out Here” Tour Dates
January 14 | Allston, MA – Wonder Bar
January 15 | Philadelphia, PA – North Star
January 16 | Plains, PA – River Street Jazz Cafe
January 17 | New York City, NY – B.B. Kings Blues Club^*
February 5 | Cleveland, OH – Beachland Tavern~
February 6 | Detroit, MI – Elecktricity~^
February 7 | Traverse City, MI – Winter Microbrew Festival
February 13 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall
February 14 | Kalamazoo, MI – Bell’s Brewery^^
February 18 | Lacrosse, WI – Popcorn Tavern
February 19 | St. Cloud, MN – Red Carpet Nightclub
February 20 | Fargo, ND – The Aquarium
February 21 | Duluth, MN – The Rex Bar
February 26 | Minneapolis, MN – Mill City Nights**
February 27 | Madison, WI – The Orpheum**
February 28 | Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall**
March 4 | Urbana, IL – Canopy Club**
March 5 | Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room**
March 6 | Live Oak, FL – AURA Music & Arts Festival
March 12 | Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s
March 13 | Columbia, MO – Rose Music Hall
March 14 | St. Louis, MO – 2720 Cherokee*
March 18 | Covington, KY – Cosmo’s
March 19 | Lexington, KY – Cosmic Charlie’s
March 20 | Louisville, KY – Zanzabar
March 21 | Carbondale, IL – Hangar 9
April 9 | Knoxville, IL – International
April 18 | Austin, TX – Stubb’s Jr. Indoors ^
May 15 | Stewart, OH – Colordance Music & Arts Festival
May 22-24 | Chillicothe, IL – Summer Camp Music Festival

**with Lotus
^Umphrey’s McGee after party
*featuring Joel Cummings on keys
~ Post Cherub
^^Digital Sweater (Digital Tape Machine + Turbo Suit)
~^with Michal Menert

For more information visit: www.TurboSuit.net

10 Bands In The Jam Scene You’d Be Crazy To Hate

As 2015 begins to take hold of us all, I thought it would be best to kick things off with another one of these lists that everyone just seems to love so much.

This time around, I’m featuring 10 bands within the jam scene that I think, you’d simply be crazy to hate. Let us know in the comment section who else you think people would be crazy to hate.

Kung Fu

The Nth Power

TAUK

Zach Deputy

Lettuce

Lotus

Snarky Puppy

STS9

Greensky Bluegrass

Tedeschi Trucks Band

Who’s on your list of bands that people would be crazy to hate? Let us know in the comments section below.

HYPE’s 14 Best Videos Filmed In 2014

2014 has been a crazy year for HYPE Music Festivals. We’ve seen our stats sky-rocket, our friends grow into headlining spots at festivals and have worked with some of our idols. We also shot a ton of video over the past year with some incredible artists.

Here are 14 of our favorite videos from 2014, included in the list is also a brand new video from F.A.R.M. Music Festival featuring Twiddle performing the “Frends Theme”.

Twiddle “Frends Theme” filmed at F.A.R.M. Music Festival

Whetherman “The Sun and Penelope” filmed at Suwannee Springfest

Flow Tribe filmed in Key West

Town Mountain “House With No Windows” filmed at Suwannee Springfest

The Nth Power “Jazzfest 4:20am” filmed at Disc Jam Music Festival

The Honeycutters “All You Ever” filmed at Suwannee Springfest

Consider The Source “Ninjanuity” filmed at Disc Jam Music Festival

Henhouse Prowlers “(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher” filmed at Suwannee Springfest

Dopapod “Sonic” filmed at Disc Jam Music Festival

The Travein’ McCourys “What A Waste of Good Corn Liquor” filmed at Suwannee Springfest

Will Kimbrough “Soulfully” filmed at Suwannee Springfest

F.A.R.M. Music Fest Recap

The Ballroom Thieves “Oars To Sea” filmed at Campfire Outdoor and Adventure Music Festival

The Resolvers Interview in orlando, FL

Mihali Savoulidis “Five” filmed at F.A.R.M. Music Festival

Check out more of our videos HERE.