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Burning Man 2013

Burning Man 2013 (Cargo Cult) was a different year for me[*][9]. They say third time is a charm, but really I just felt a little overwhelmed. What was different this year? It's something that I assume that all burners of multiple years can appreciate: More people. 10,000 more people.

I got a glimpse of the disneyfacation of Burning Man. There were lines to get up into the man. There were guided art car art tours. Good luck finding a quiet art piece to take a nap in, there were people swarming ...

Lucidity 2013

As I go through the pictures from this years lucidity, I can only marvel at the great friends I have. It's hard to comprehend that so much awesome happened in the span of just a few day, and yet it did.

The [AudiowaskA][5] stage was absolutely amazing, every time I wandered over to that stage people were dancing and not just weird hippy dancing, actual heat and rhythm dancing. It pained me every time I strayed out of the nomads nook and had to listen to off tempo bass music.

On the [AudiowaskA ...

I'm not exactly sure why, but I had more fun at LIB than I have had in a long time. It might have been the ridiculous crew of Santa Barbara "Galmazonians" that I camped with, maybe it was the pitch perfect Function One sound systems or the performers that kept them bumping all weekend long. It also could have been the ridiculous friend black hole creating "GLAM" sign that I carried around all weekend (yup, that was me)...

I've never been to Lightning in a Bottle before this year, I had heard about ...

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Yesterday, I sat down with Gary Richards to discuss the artists he booked to perform at the HARD SUMMER Music Festival this year. He told me about artists he’s excited to have on the bill, as well his curatorial vision for the 5th edition of LA’s largest music festival.

DB: Overall, what were you trying to accomplish with the HARD Summer line up? Is there ...

Nit Grit Seattle

Sorry for the late post y'all but on March 30th, I had the opportunity to photography for the NiT GriT with Two Fresh show at Neumo’s in Seattle, courtesy of Field Of Noise. I first saw NiT GriT, AKA 24 year old Danny Beall out of San Jose, CA, at a small venue in Santa Cruz, CA, called Motiv, opening for Datsik. He played a short 45 minute set for a relatively small crowd, but something about his music, combined with his demeanor on stage, left an imprint on my mind. Yearning for more, a few weeks ...

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