Our blog staff writer Matt Karas recently got the chance to attend Mo Pop Festival, read his recap below.
I recently attended Mo Pop Festival in Detroit, MI. Mo Pop is an alternative music festival I enjoy because of its eclectic lineup and great performances from artists I know well and others I haven’t heard.… Read More
We had a lot to be thankful about last November thanks to the inaugural House of Creatives Music Festival which made waves with an incredible weekend of music, art, food, and fun.
This year, they are set to do it all again November 11th and 12th.… Read More
Though the summer solstice was just a week ago, for us college students, summer is halfway over. So before we have to get back to the real world, here is a playlist to help you enjoy the second half of your summer.… Read More
Bayfront Park was not ready for Rolling Loud, but even still, this year the festival was able to solidify itself as probably the best hip hop fest around.
In terms of rap music, there was no competition for the Rolling Loud line up this year.… Read More
On May 11, the well-known House of Creatives Music Festival presents Live at Electric Pickle featuring live sets from George Clanton, Negative Gemini, Millionyoung, The Hongs, Tremends, Grey 8s and Virgo. The House of Creatives Music Festival, as you may recall, struck the sands of Bandshell Park in North Miami Beach with a humongous lineup featuring The Flaming Lips, Crystal Castles, The Drums & more.… Read More
Sunday April 2nd @6pm.
- Liberty Unmasked by Mischief Brew
- We the Common by Thao and the Get Down Stay Down
On this episode of RadioActive I brought back Aida Ramirez, Quintin Valiente, and Mike Matthiessen for another round of “politics around the dinner table”, with a focus on how to dig into our respective social justice blindspots.… Read More
Over this spring break I had the opportunity to interview the electrifying bassist known as Thundercat (Stephen Bruner) at Buku Music + Arts Festival in New Orleans, Louisiana in partnership with Tulane University’s community radio station WTUL 91.5FM (and Editor Maeve Holler of their music/culture publication, The VOX).… Read More