Month: November 2016

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We already can’t wait for Something Wicked 2017

Co-written by guest writer Vincent Campagna.


Something Wicked Festival stands as the go-to event in Houston to celebrate Halloween. The two-day festival, which took place Oct. 29 and 30 at Sam Houston Race Park, remains a cultural gathering of all things EDM. Thousands of ravers and electronic music lovers converge every year, fully dressed in Halloween decor, to dance away the weekend. Since 2012, Something Wicked has been bringing the bass to Houston with a lineup packed with EDM artists from around the world. All of this has allowed the festival, compared to others such as Lights All Night and Euphoria, to forge a uniqueness and character all its own.

Weekly Staff Picks: your sound guide to SOS Fest

With Sound on Sound Fest only a few hours away, festival go-ers and diverse music consumers state wide are preparing for an inaugural experience embellished with resonance and unity. The festival faced some scrutinizing inspection when the indie beach rock, chain smoker, Mac Demarco dropped out of the lineup. Simultaneously, SOS is Austin’s substitute festival for the cancelled Fun Fun Fun Fest–resulting in mass speculation. Despite cynicism, the camping festival expects large crowds, good vibes and stellar sounds. Amongst others, A-list musicians like Phantogram, Purity Ring and Explosions in The Sky will be taking Sherwood Forest by storm.

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Interview with Graham Williams, Sound on Sound’s Head Honcho

If Austin had a patron saint of live music, Graham Williams would be it. His seemingly inexhaustible pool of band knowledge, paired with good taste, makes him one of the most influential talent scouts in Texas, allowing him to successfully launch large Austin-based festivals like FFF fest, and now the inauguration of Sound on Sound.