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The Joe Marcinek Band Assembles All-Star Lineup With Members of String Cheese, Particle and More

first_imgAnnouncing an upcoming four-day Midwest run, The Joe Marcinek Band will be joined by an all-star lineup that will include The String Cheese Incident/EOTO percussionist Jason Hann, Particle founding member Steve Molitz, and other special guests. The band will make stops in Minneapolis, MN, Neenah, WI, Peoria, IL and Milwaukee, WI from May 18th – 21st.The group features an ever-evolving mixture of original compositions and accomplished musicians. With the super jam format, the group relies heavily on funk and jazz grooves and improvisation. For more information on the shows, check out the Joe Marcinek Band’s Facebook page.UPCOMING JOE MARCINEK SHOWSMay 4  Bodega’s Ally, Lincoln NE w/Marty SammonMay 5   Hodi’s Half Note – Ft Collins CO w/Marty Sammon (Buddy Guy), Josh Fairman (Kinetix), and George Horn (Analog Son)May 6   Quixotes – Denver CO w/Dave Watts (the Motet), Emily Clark, and Josh Fairman (Kinetix)May 7   Quixotes – Denver CO w/Marty Sammon (Buddy Guy), Josh Fairman (Kinetix), and George Horn (Analog Son)May 18 Cabooze – Minneapolis MN w/Jason Hann (String Cheese Incident) and Steve Molitz (Particle)May 19 Cranky Pats – Neenah WI w/Jason Hann (String Cheese Incident) and Steve Molitz (Particle)May 20 Country Club BBQ – Peoria IL w/Jason Hann (String Cheese Incident) and Steve Molitz (Particle)May 21 The Rave – Milwaukee WI w/Jason Hann (String Cheese Incident) and Steve Molitz (Particle)last_img read more

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Tedeschi Trucks Band ‘Keep On Growing’ At Red Rocks Amphitheatre [Setlist/Videos/Gallery]

first_imgOne of the greatest touring bands played one of the greatest venues in the world last night. Tedeschi Trucks Band made quite the impression on Red Rocks Amphitheatre, with support from Los Lobos and North Mississippi Allstars as part of their Wheels of Soul tour. Keeping originals “Don’t Know What It Means”, “Just As Strange”, and “Idle Wind” on the front, the 12-piece ensemble kept the covers heavy with “The Letter”, “Keep On Growing”, “Get Out My Life Woman”, and an encore-closing “With A Little Help From My Friends”.With members of the opening acts jumping on stage throughout the entire show, including Luther Dickinson, David Hidalgo, Louie Perez, Cesar Rosas, and more, last night was another night that will go down in the TTB history books. Thanks to some seriously dedicated fans, we have some videos to prove it!The Letter [via Brian Eckes]Within You, Without You > Just As Strange [via Jeremiah Rogers]Get Out My Life, Woman with Luther Dickinson [via Jeremiah Rogers] The tour continues tomorrow evening at Red Butte Garden in Salt Lake City, then breaks until Tedeschi Trucks Band returns to LOCKN’ Music Festival in Arrington, VA. Check out all three setlists below, as well as a full gallery by Bill McAlaine Photography.North Mississippi Allstars @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre 8/5/16:Poor Black Maddie, Rollin n Tumblin, My Babe, Drinking Muddy WaterLos Lobos @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre 8/5/16I Walk Alone, Whats Going On*, Mas y Mas, Bertha, La Bamba, Good Lovin* = w/ Susan TedeschiTedeschi Trucks Band @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre 8/5/16:Don’t Know What It Means > The Letter, Within You, Without You > Just As Strange, Isn’t It A Pity, I Want More, Get Out Of My Life Woman, The Sky Is Crying, Color Of the Blues, Keep On Growing, Had To Cry, I Pity The Fool, Idle Wind > Soul SacrificeE: You Ain’t Going, With A Little Help From My Friends Load remaining imageslast_img read more

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Listen To This Artist Create Music From Sonified Astrophysics Data

first_imgIn the past year, researchers have made strides in recording the sounds of distant physical phenomena, helping to shed some light on as-of-yet mysterious functions of the universe. Bodies from giant stars to subatomic particles have been captured as whistles, chirps, and mystical swells. Lightning over the surface of Jupiter manifests as descending tones — like a cartoon character falling off a cliff. The sound of two black holes colliding deep in space was heard on Earth — like a drop of water in a bucket.However, as Ryan Mandelbaum explained in a recent Popular Science article, these thing can only be heard as sounds once they are “sonified.” Sonification is the representation of information as sound–information which may or may not actually relate to sound in any way. The technique is used to make complicated data sets more accessible to the masses. But since even sonified data is still just scattered sounds, Popular Science asked musician and biomedical scholar Simmone Jones to take these sounds and turn them into music, which she did to powerful effect with her new song, “Alchemy”. You can listen to the song below:The song fuses together some of the important sonifications created this year. That includes the chirp of colliding black holes’ gravitational waves, and the ethereal tones created by converting live data from the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest atom smasher, into sound. Sound is just a disturbance that travels through a medium, usually the air. When someone plays a song on a speaker, the speaker creates vibrations in the air molecules, which move wildly and crash into each other. The dance of these air molecules presses forward until the molecules hit your eardrum. Your brain recognizes the vibrations as beats and notes and translates them into noise. By “sonifying” readings of any kind of wave, observers can examine the makeup and details of the given wave by listening, and can often discern things that they missed by simply observing a visual chart or measurement. Not all sonification is derived from waves. Says Mandelbaum, “You can map any data into noise as long as you can tell a sound synthesizer what note to play and how loud it should be. As I can tell a computer ‘play a C when blue cars pass by, a D for black cars, and an E for red cars,’ and play ‘Mary Had A Little Lamb’ by sending the right combinations of cars at the right times.’“Alchemy’s” title comes from science’s magical perception in the Middle Ages, which often still holds true today. “Essentially we’re still trying to take these mystical ideas and turn them into an understanding of the world,” Jones told Popular Science. Scientists, like alchemists, are doing “a spooky thing that could be easily confused with witchcraft or something taboo.” Jones hopes that songs like “Alchemy” will put science in front of the masses to make folks more comfortable with the ideas.To learn more about the processes of sonification, check out the original PopSci article. [h/t/ – Popular Science]last_img read more

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The Album That Changed My Life: Phish’s “Lawn Boy”

first_imgThere is so much that could be said about Phish‘s second record, Lawn Boy. The album, released in 1990, contained an incredible array of genres packed into one varied album. The track list contains several songs that are now considered classics, as the band continued pushing their skills as both composers and improvisers on the album. The album contains masterpieces like “The Squirming Coil”, “Reba”, and “Split Open and Melt”, as well as songs that would go on to be live staples like “Bathtub Gin” and “Run Like an Antelope”. Lawn Boy was a landmark album in 1990, and it was the one that truly announced Phish to the world and got them signed to Elektra records. Although the album was released in 1990, it didn’t reach my ears until twelve years later, in 2002, as a young 15-year-old at sleepaway camp.I grew up in New York City and listened to all sorts of music. My parents were music lovers, and my Dad was in the music business, so they made sure my brother and I listened to everything. They played us a lot of the Beatles and Steely Dan, and my mom made sure we listened to the Ramones. We listened to the Beastie Boys, Dave Matthews Band, Oasis, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers when they blew up, and in a way those bands would shape my musical sensibilities. Eventually I would start playing the drums and started learning about jazz, and I discovered improvisational music, which was, of course, a huge discovery. My freshman year of high school, I saw Dispatch at Roseland Ballroom (RIP) and Soulive with Ryan Zoidis, Rashawn Ross, and Sam Kininger at the Tribeca Rock Club (RIP), and I started becoming interested in music that wasn’t necessarily played on the radio.By the time I got to camp that summer, I was ready and willing to listen to music I had never heard before. My mom is the best, and she used to send me new CDs and Rolling Stone Magazine when I was away at camp, and I distinctly remember reading an article about the first Bonnaroo (which took place in 2002), and reading about Trey Anastasio from a band called Phish. I had only heard of Phish, but never listened to them, and certainly no one I knew listened to them. But Rolling Stone made Bonnaroo sound incredible, and I promised myself then and there that I’d go one day (I have since gone eight times and it is glorious), and I also promised myself I’d look into this band Phish. Luckily, it turned out that a friend of mine had borrowed her brother’s copy of Lawn Boy for the summer. When I saw the album cover, with a vacuum buried in turf, it struck me as very strange, but I was interested to hear what they were all about. I quickly asked if I could borrow it, and she obliged; I eventually would take her with me to my first Phish show in 2004 in Brooklyn at Keyspan Park out of sheer thanks.When I put the album in my walkman, It was like being transported to another world. “The Squirming Coil” was, for a lack of better words, epic. The intricate guitar playing of Anastasio was incredible, and Jon Fishman‘s drumming was otherworldly. The songs distinct sections were compelling, with the band eventually building into the composed section to its peak. I remember being floored when the song’s “we got away” refrain kicked back in, and of course Page McConnell‘s piano-solo conclusion was beautiful. I remember hitting the pause button, and re-listening to the track three or four times in amazement before moving on to the rest of the album. The song still remains one of my favorite Phish songs, and is constantly the answer to my friend’s questions of “what song I’m chasing”.Finally, I moved on to “Reba”, which is such a different energy than “The Squirming Coil”, and immediately Phish’s diversity became clear. The band was almost silly in their inclusiveness of musical genres. I was intrigued, but then the song’s composed section began and I was once again transported to another world. This was the music I had been searching for! Tight, composed, unique, interesting, and adventurous. Eventually, the track reached it’s famous jam section, and it blew my young mind. It was a combination of all of the music I had been exposed to, mixed together into one exciting, indefinable genre.“My Sweet One” followed, and the bluegrass vibes brought a huge smile to my face. I had never listened to bluegrass before, and the quick song really piqued my interested. However, it was “Split Open and Melt”, Mike Gordon‘s brooding bass line, and the song’s dark and wailing guitar outro that fully made me understand this band. I barely had a moment to breath before the jazzy “The Oh Kee Pah Ceremony” started, with it’s silly song structure and audible laughing in the background of the track. I started laughing along with the track, because how couldn’t you? The band’s sense of humor perfectly matched mine, and I loved every second of it.The next track, “Bathtub Gin” was straight weird. I remember thinking that Anastasio’s vocals were somewhat creepy on this track, and I remember thinking that it was unlike anything I had ever listened to. There is an inherent weirdness to Phish, and I guess I must be weird too because I was definitely drawn to that side of them when I listened to Lawn Boy. “Run Like an Antelope” then took me on an unforgettable nine-minute musical journey. the song’s sinister jam section exposed me to “tension and release” improvisation for the first time, and I couldn’t imagine a more exciting musical outlet. Here were four musicians, pushing the envelope in so many different directions, all essentially soloing at once and yet as a unit. It was remarkable.“Lawn Boy” was the only song I felt that I could actually play on the drums, so during the song I was already plotting out how I’d practice it when I got home from camp. Not only did the album make me want to listen to new music, it also made me want to play music differently. I wanted to play progressive rock, funk, jazz…and I wanted to jam! The album, of course, comes to an end with “Bouncing Around the Room”, which drew me in with its poppy, in-the-round vocals and blissful ending.I absolutely loved the album. I think I borrowed it for two weeks before my friend made me give it back to her. I then discovered that my camp counselor had every Phish CD with him in our bunk. I had an entire new universe to explore, a universe I am still exploring to this day. I never would’ve gotten there without that Rolling Stone magazine and my friend’s brother’s copy of “Lawn Boy”. The album is truly special to me, as it is to so many others, and finding it was a landmark moment in my musical life.last_img read more

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The Nth Power Share New “Earth, Wind, & Power” Video With Oteil Burbridge, Jen Hartswick, & More

first_imgBack in April, The Nth Power hosted a guest-filled tribute to Earth, Wind & Fire at One Eyed Jacks in New Orleans, LA as part of the Jazz Fest late-night series — and it was absolutely phenomenal. The original lineup featured Oteil Burbridge (Dead & Company), Kofi Burbridge (Tedeschi Trucks Band), Trey Anastasio Band’s entire horns section Jennifer Hartswick, James Casey, Natalie Cressman, along with Skerik (DRKWAV), Farnell Newton (trumpet), and Ian Neville (Dumpstaphunk). Perhaps one of the most talked-about sets of the Jazz Fest season, “Earth, Wind & Power” isn’t letting the fire extinguish just yet. They’ll be returning to the stage at Brooklyn Comes Alive on October 22nd and again at the Feast of Funk & Soul Food on November 19th with a whole new set of guests.Brooklyn Comes Alive, a multi-venue festival with a unique bill of over 50 artists playing in unique supergroup collaborations, will host The Nth Power’s EWP set at the Brooklyn Bowl. This particular rendition will include Oteil Burbridge, Kofi Burbridge, Natalie Cressman, Skerik, The Shady Horns (Lettuce’s Ryan Zoidis & Eric “Benny” Bloom), Farnell Newton, Danny Sadownick (percussion), and more! With over 50 artists included in the BCA lineup, there’s no telling who else might step up to the “Boogie Wonderland.”The Feast of Funk & Soul Food rendition of this powerhouse tribute will include Jennifer Hartswick, James Casey, Skerik, Farnell Newton, Brian Thomas, and Danny Sadownick.We can’t say enough about this incredible vision, so without further ado, check out this version of “Love’s Holiday” from the original set:last_img read more

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Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Yonder Mountain, Stringdusters, & Holly Bowling Announce Winter Tours

first_imgThis week, a number of tours were announced by a handful of bands that we love! Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Yonder Mountain String Band, Infamous Stringdusters, and Holly Bowling have all added tour dates for the early portion of 2017. See below for full details for all four tours, and make sure to catch all these awesome artists when they hit a town near you!Chris Robinson BrotherhoodThe Chris Robinson Brotherhood will return from Mexico, where they’ll perform at the Los Muertos Con Queso event with Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, Dave Schools, Jeff Chimenti, and Tom Hamilton, the String Cheese Incident, and head directly to Colorado, where they’ll kick off a seven-date tour through the mountains. The band will hit Denver, Crested Butte, Telluride, and Aspen in Colorado, with a two-night stop in Salt Lake City, Utah in the mix as well. See below for a full list of new Chris Robinson Brotherhood tour dates.2/2 – Denver, CO – The Ogden Theatre2/3 – Crested Butte, CO – Crested Butte Center for the Arts2/7 – Salt Lake City, UT – The State Room2/8 – Salt Lake City, UT – The State Room2/10 – Telluride, CO – Sheridan Opera House2/11 – Telluride, CO – Sheridan Opera House2/12 – Aspen, CO – Belly Up, AspenYonder Mountain String BandJamgrass favorites Yonder Mountain String Band have announced a huge twenty-one-date winter tour that will take them through several markets in the Midwest and the South. They’ll play the majority of their dates with special guests The Railsplitters, and will link up with G. Love & Special Sauce for what’s sure to be an awesome run of co-headlining dates. See below for full tour winter tour dates from Yonder Mountain String Band1/19 – Bloomington, IN – The Bluebird*1/20 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant*1/21 – Madison, WI – Orpheum Theater*1/22 – Iowa City, IA – Blue Moose Tap House*1/25 – State College, PA – The State Theatre*1/26 – Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle*1/27 – Charleston, SC – The Music Farm*1/28 – Columbia, SC – The Music Farm*1/29 – Nashville, TN – 3rd And Lindsley*2/1 – Knoxville, TN – Bijou Theater*2/2 – Covington, KY – Madison Theater*2/3 & 2/4 – Asheville, NC*2/8 – Orlando, FL – The Plaza Live**2/9 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room2/10 – St. Petersburg, FL – Jannus Live**2/11 – Atlanta, GA – The Tabernacle**2/16 – New Orleans, LA – The Joy Theater**2/17 – Austin, TX – Stubb’s Bar-B-Q**2/18 – Dallas, TX – House Of Blues**2/19 – Fayetteville, AR – George’s MajesticInfamous StringdustersAnother jamgrass favorite, the Infamous Stringdusters, have announced a lengthy tour that will see them criss-crossing the country from January until early April. The tour is split into four legs, with a an east coast run kicking off in Raleigh, NC on January 12th and ending in Philadelphia on January 28th. The tour picks back up again on February 16th, taking the band down the West Coast before heading east and landing in Colorado at the Winter WonderGrass festival. A few weeks later, the Stringdusters will hit the road again for a run that starts in the Midwest and takes them as far as Wyoming. Finally, the band will hit the the Pacific NorthWest for five dates to close out their tour. See below for a full list of Winter and Spring tour dates from the Infamous Stringdusters,Jan 12 | Raleigh, NC | Lincoln Theatre +Jan 13 | Asheville, NC | The Orange Peel –Jan 14 | Athens, GA | Georgia Theatre –Jan 15 | Abingdon, VA | January Jams –Jan 18 | Pawling, NY | Daryl’s House Club +Jan 19 | Plymouth, NH | Flying Monkey +Jan 20 | Portland, ME | Port City Music Hall *Jan 21 | Boston, MA | Paradise Rock Club *Jan 22 | Hartford, CT | Infinity Hall +Jan 24 | Columbus, OH | Park Street Saloon –Jan 25 | Rocky Mount, VA | Harvester Performance Center –Jan 26 | Charlotte, NC | Visulite Theatre ^Jan 27 | Washington DC | 9:30 Club ^Jan 28 | Philadelphia, PA | World Cafe Live ^——————-Feb 16 | Sacramento, CA | Harlows Restaurant & Night Club “Feb 17 | San Francisco, CA | The Fillmore “Feb 18 | Los Angeles, CA | Troubadour “Feb 19 | Solana Beach, CA | Belly Up “Feb 20 | Las Vegas, NV | Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas “Feb 22 | Telluride, CO | Sheridan Opera House +Feb 23 | Telluride, CO | Sheridan Opera House +Feb 24 | Aspen, CO | Belly Up, Aspen +Feb 25 | Steamboat, CO | WinterWonderGrass FestivalFeb 26 | Steamboat, CO | WinterWonderGrass Festival——————-Mar 15 | Cleveland, OH | The Beachland Ballroom and Tavern ~Mar 16 | Indianapolis, IN | The Vogue Theatre ~Mar 17 | Chicago, IL | Park West ~Mar 18 | St. Joseph, MN | College of St. Benedict +Mar 19 | Omaha, NE | The Waiting Room Lounge >Mar 21 | Jackson, WY | Pink Garter Theatre/The Rose >Mar 22 | Laramie, WY | Univ. Of Wyoming +Mar 23 | Park City, UT | Park City Live >Mar 25 | Missoula, MT | The Wilma >——————-Apr 4 | Bend, OR | The Domino Room > Apr 5 | Eugene, OR | HiFi Music Hall >Apr 6 | Portland, OR | Wonder Ballroom Support Legend: +: Evening With-: Billy Strings*: David Wax Museum^: The Brothers Comatose“: Horseshoes & Hand Grenades~: The Way Down Wanderers>: The Ghost of Paul Revere<: TBAHolly BowlingAfter wowing the jam scene with her incredible classical piano Phish covers, the inimitable Holly Bowling will be taking her show on the road in support of her new album Better Left Unsung, which is made up of Grateful Dead covers. After an awesome album-release party at Terrapin Crossroads in early December and a pre-Phish show at the Cutting Room in New York, the tour will properly kick off on mid-January with a slate of West Coast dates, before she moves through several markets in the Midwest. See below for Holly Bowling’s full tour schedule.12/7/16 – San Rafael, CA – Terrapin Crossroads12/31/16 – NYC – The Cutting Room1/17/17 – Chico, CA – Chico Women’s Club1/19/17 – Seattle, WA – The Royal Room1/20/17 – Portland, OR – The Old Church Concert Hall1/21/17 – Eugene, OR – HiFi Music Hall1/22/17 – Arcata, CA – Humbrews / Humboldt Brews1/25/17 – San Francisco, CA – Center for New Music1/26/17 – Los Angeles, CA – MiMoDa Studio1/27/17 – San Diego, CA – dizzy’s – where the music matters most1/29/17 – Santa Barbara, CA – SOhO Restaurant and Music Venue2/02/17 – Grand Rapids, MI – Founders Brewing Co.2/03/17 – Traverse City, MI – A Special Living Room Show2/08/17 – Cleveland, OH – BOP STOP at The Music Settlement2/09/17 – Chicago, IL – City Winery Chicago2/10/17 – Columbus, OH – Woodlands Tavern2/12/17 – Buffalo, NY – Pausa Art Houselast_img read more

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Hinterland Music Festival Announces Lineup With alt-J, Ryan Adams, Gary Clark Jr. & More

first_imgThe Hinterland Music Festival is set to return to Saint Charles, Iowa from August 4th and 5th, bringing along a top notch lineup of performers for their event. The festival has announced a lineup today, with alt-J and Ryan Adams headlining.The full lineup includes Gary Clark Jr., The Head And The Heart, Dwight Yoakam, Shakey Graves, Foxygen, Nikki Lane, JD McPherson, The Cactus Blossoms, Max Jury and Annalibera. You can see the announcement below, and head to the festival’s website for more details.last_img read more

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Watch Nikki Glaspie Crush Vocals On “Killing In The Name” With Galactic On Jam Cruise [Pro-Shot]

first_imgJam Cruise is packed with one-of-a-kind collaborations, and fans certainly got more than they bargained for when drummer Nikki Glaspie took the stage with Galactic. Glaspie treated fans to lead vocals on the Rage Against The Machine track “Killing In The Name,” riling up the audience during this particularly political time. There was even a fake Hitler on stage, silently symbolizing the outrage most Americans are feeling. Watch a video of Glaspie with Galactic below, courtesy of Jam Cruise.[Cover Photo by Keith Griner – Phierce Photo]last_img read more

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Aqueous To Team With Members of Umphrey’s McGee For NYC Late Night

first_imgThe up-and-coming powerhouse that is Aqueous will support Umphrey’s McGee at a number of high-profile shows this summer. The bands recently linked up for a show in Baltimore at the Pier Six Pavilion, and the result was an absolute monster of a performance, so fans have a lot to look forward to for this epic pairing. Kicking off this exciting run is a play at New York City’s Central Park SummerStage on Friday, July 7th, which will feature one set of Aqueous and two full sets from Umphrey’s.When Umphrey’s McGee concludes their show at Central Park, guitar master Jake Cinninger and keyboard wizard Joel Cummins will head over to the Highline Ballroom for some late night madness with Aqueous. Billed as the “Official Umphrey’s McGee After Party: Aqueous with special guests Joel Cummins and Jake Cinninger,” the unique lineup will play together for the very first time at this special late night performance.Watch moe.’s Vinnie Amico and Joel Cummins perform “Kid Charlemagne” with Aqueous at Summer Camp below:Tickets are available now via Ticketweb.– SHOW INFO –Show: Live For Live Music Presents: Official Umphrey’s McGee After Party: Aqueous with special guests Joel Cummins and Jake CinningerWhen: Friday, July 7thVenue: Highline Ballroom – 431 W 16th St, New York, NY 10011Ages: All AgesPrice: $15.00 adv / $20 dos (purchase tickets here)Time: Doors 11:00 PM[cover photo courtesy of Bill McAlaine Photography]last_img read more

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Maddy O’Neal Drops Psychedelic Dance Hit With New Single “Wanna Know”

first_imgColorado-based producer Maddy O’Neal is getting ready to drop her sophomore EP, Parallels, but has given a little taste of what’s to come with her latest single, “Wanna Know.” The up-tempo, psychedelic dance track, which comes to us via Super Best Records, combines piano, electric guitar, and synth, making for the perfect addition to your summer playlist. The track also features Maddy’s brother, Evan O’Neal, as the two siblings deciding to collaborate while on a trip to California. There is plenty of synergy going on, with flourishes of Maddy’s obvious penchant for all things electro and glitch-hop.EXCLUSIVE: Maddy O’Neal Talks Personal Growth, Getting Big, And Girl PowerIn a recent interview with L4LM, O’Neal described the evolution of her sound, “The coolest part about the style of music I make is that it is so versatile and genre defying. I can really take it in any direction I want to, so I’ve been experimenting a lot with different styles and techniques within producing to carve out my own sound within it.” Take a listen to the latest from Maddy O’Neal, hew new track “Wanna Know” via Soundcloud below.Maddy just came off a tour with fellow Coloradoan’s, long-time friends, and collaborators SunSquabi. The producer and DJ is ready for a breakout summer with appearances at Sonic Bloom next weekend, Camp Bisco, Arise Music Festival, a set at Big Gigantic‘s Rowdytown VI at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and several appearances on the road with Pretty Lights including stops at Washington’s Gorge Amphitheatre and Chicago’s Northerly Island.For additional information on Maddy O’Neal, check out her website and Facebook page.MADDY O’NEAL TOUR DATES6/17/17 – Sonic Bloom, Rye CO7/14/17 – Camp Bisco, Scranton PA7/15/17 – Infrasound Music Festival, Highbridge WI8/4/17 – Arise Music Festival, Loveland CO8/5/17 – The Gorge w/ Pretty Lights – George, WA8/18/17 – Northerly Island w/ Pretty Lights, Chicago IL9/30/17 – Red Rocks w/ Big Gigantic, Morrison COlast_img read more

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