Krushendo Puts Out EP Announces Show with SoDown, DMNO, Bass Physics, Defunk, and More!

Krushendo Puts Out EP Announces Show with SoDown, DMNO, Bass Physics, Defunk, and More!

Krushendo returns with the last song off his EP entitled Believe in Myself which features BVLVNCE on vocals. This tunes reminicent of old Adventure club mixed with emo/rock inspired vocals which are beautifully executed by BVLVNCE. This concludes his biggest EP to date.

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Krushendo with Cheyenne Duba and 1/3rd of ZOA at X Games Aspen, CO

Krushendo has been on a roll this year since directly supporting ILLENIUM at X Games in Belly up; he has since played with MiTiS, Crystal Skies, 1788-L, Opiuo, and Defunk all in the short span of a few months. His most recent headliner at SHIFT Thursday’s at Cervantes Otherside was one of our favorite local shows to date. He has a bunch of shows on the calendar including Rekinection Festival in St Louis with LSDream, Shpongle, SoDown, Dirtwire, Maddy O’neal and many more this coming weekend May 19-21. He also has shows coming up with SoDown at The Mishawaka on July 29th and he hits Boulder May 28th with Jantsen.

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Rekinection Festival Comes to St Louis /w Shpongle, LSDream 2x, Dirtwire, SoDown, Random Rab, Wookiefoot, Soohan + More

Rekinection Festival Comes to St Louis /w Shpongle, LSDream 2x, Dirtwire, SoDown, Random Rab, Wookiefoot, Soohan + More

Doubling in attendance every year, ReKinection Festival at Astral Valley Art Park has quickly become one of the top musical festival experiences in the Midwest. The music lineup echoes the diverse, forward-thinking artists and unified vibe that emanates throughout the festival’s various workshops, performances, visionary art and immersive experiences. 

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Featuring 75+ music sets by LSDream (two performances including a special LIGHTCODE sound healing set), Shpongle, Dirtwire, SoDown, Random Rab, Wookiefoot, Maddy O’Neal, An-Ten-Nae, Nattali Rize, Balkan Bump, SooHan, Recycled Funk, Indubious, Dub Sutra & more, the 4 stages will dazzle all ages with world-class production. Over 100 workshops at 7 activity areas by presenters from all around the world are at the core of what sets this festival apart and fulfills the vision of creating a collaborative, inspirational, empowering and entertaining event that transforms our spirits and our lives! And the festival’s signature aerial-fire-dance show featuring some of the best performing artists from across the country amazes and inspires the audience!

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Hosted once again at the incredible Astral Valley Art Park 45 minutes south of St. Louis, festival attendees will be awed by the beautiful 230 acres to be explored. Whether you’re being dazzled by the ReKinection performers, releasing your stress in a yoga class, or expanding your mind at a workshop, there is something for everyone at ReKinection Festival. The ReKinection staff has carefully curated a unique festival experience that will transport you into a world of celebration and connection. 

Get lost in the art, music, workshops and community that is co-created by everyone in attendance. We come together May 19-22 to celebrate each other and the unique contribution we each have in creating a better future.

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The Top 5 Music Festivals To Attend In Canada

Canada has some of the greatest music festivals in the world, with amazing and talented artists from around the globe coming to entertain us each year. These five festivals are unique in their own way, and choosing which one to attend comes down to personal preference. Whether you enjoy electronic music, pop, or classic country, there’s something for everyone at these top five Canadian music festivals.

1) WayHome

Taking place in Ontario, WayHome is a three-day music festival. It began in 2015 and has been on track to be one of North America’s best festivals. This festival takes place on a ranch that is owned by members of The Tragically Hip, a Canadian rock band. Artists who have performed at WayHome include Flume, Porter Robinson, Imagine Dragons, and Cage The Elephant.

2) Shambhala Music Festival

Shambhala Music Festival is a four-day event in August held at Shambhala Mountain Centre. It takes place near Nelson and is one of the more popular music festivals in Canada. Acts such as ZHU, Zeds Dead, Boogie T, and SoDown are some of the amazing artists that perform here every year. This festival has won awards for being one of North America’s top ten events. Additionally, it recently was voted one of Western Canadian Magazine’s best summer festivals.

3) Osheaga

Osheaga has something for everyone. From live music to art installations, food trucks, and beer gardens there is no limit to what you can find at Osheaga. This four-day festival was first held in Montreal back in 2006. Since then, it has quickly grown into one of North America’s largest festivals with crowds reaching 90,000 people!

4) Boots & Hearts

Boots & Hearts is a music festival held in Ontario, Canada that brings out a great combination of pop, rock, and country. Some of the artists that performed at Boots & Hearts over its 8-year span include Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, and many more. Boots & Hearts is one of the best Canadian music festivals to visit with family and friends.

5) M For Montreal

M For Montreal may not be as popular or publicized as some of its other Canadian counterparts. However, it is one of Montreal’s most popular music festivals. The festival takes place in different parts of Montreal during July and August. More than 250 musicians from around the world have performed since 2006 at M For Montreal. If you are a fan of indie rock, punk rock, electronic music, or alternative genres in general, then you will love what M For Montreal has to offer.

Conclusion

To sum up, there are many different music festivals in Canada. From big-name groups to underground bands, you can find music of all genres and styles. Each festival offers unique art and food for people to enjoy while listening to some great music. If you’re looking for a Canadian adventure, add one or more of these festivals to your travel plans.

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SoDown And Manic Focus Team Up For Mission Ballroom

Mission ballroom was looking to bring a solid variety this weekend with a well balanced line up. Though each artist played very different styles of music, the choice of talent was well received by the crowd in attendance. Fans were treated to jaw dropping mixes one after the next and even a few surprise guests. Each set was filled with individuality and a truly unforgettable display of sounds including throwbacks and live drumming from Megan Hamilton, The unique, bass heavy rap style of Wreckno and who could forget that beautiful sound of a saxophone played by SoDown himself.

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