The team over here at EPIC Productions is definitely counting down the days until one of our favorite festivals to date. Northern Nights Music Festival, which takes place in the middle of the gorgeous Redwood Forest in Piercy, California, is without a doubt, a definite must-attend for 2015.
From July 17-19, attendees are encouraged to come out and enjoy some phenomenal music whilst being engulfed by the greenest of trees and a refreshing river to relax in. NNMF will be celebrating its third year as a festival in July, and each year, the lineup seems to be getting better and better.
Over Memorial Day weekend, the folks behind NNMF released the final phase of the 2015 lineup. With the first phase being stacked with talented artists like Gold Panda, CRNKN, Goldlink, and Lane 8, the anticipation for thenext phase had all of us on our toes.
With festival season in full swing, EPIC Productions has teamed up with a number of our favorite clothing, jewelry and accessory brands from around the globe who we feel are making the biggest moves in festival fashion. As a preview to our full festival fashion look-book, take a sneak peek at some of these shots from our first of a few photo shoots, featuring a few of our favorite go-to pieces to sport during any type of festival. From Lightning in a Bottle to Electric Daisy Carnival, TomorrowWorld to Holy Ship! – these pieces, among the many others to come – are sure to make a statement at whatever music festival you’re attending this season.
BONUS: Stay tuned for more information on how to win these unique, beautiful and trendy products featured in our festival fashion look-book. Everyone loves a good contest and free goodies!
Finding a niche in bass music, Candyland, aka Josie Martin, has proven that female producer and DJs are no joke. Becoming the first act to win back-to-back Beatport remix contests, Candyland has done remixes of Bingo Players and Skrillex, along with having tracks signed to OWSLA. As the Santa Barbara native continued to produce and remix hit track after hit track, “Candyland” became more than just a board game in the music scene. From trappy beats to dirty dubstep, and everything in between Candyland has proven that her hits aren’t the same consistent sound. Take a look at what Candyland had to say about selling out shows, fan experiences, and upcoming artists to keep an eye on.
Recuperating from last Friday night’s show in Milwaukee of Above and Beyond‘s tourstop, memories of an amazing night couldn’t get out of my head. And starting off the night was DJ Grum, an electronic musician from Sweden who presented a mellow yet invigorating trance set for the first few hours of the night.