Lightning in a Bottle, or LIB, is an extraordinary festival that takes place in California every Memorial Day weekend. Presented by The Do Lab, it’s a sure thing that every year this event simply tops the rest in its own way. Noted as a transformational festival, attendees truly do transform themselves before leaving festival grounds with the workshops and other fun activities this family-friendly event provides.
Earlier today, the 2014 lineup was announced. It’s filled with amazing talent across a lot of musical spectrums. Moby, Amon Tobin and Grammatik are a few of the big names on this year’s lineup, along with those unknown gems that end up being everyone’s favorite.
This year, the festival will take place in Bradley, CA at the San Antonio Recreation Center. Usually setting place in SoCal, The Do Lab is bringing LIB closer to the music lovers in the northern part of the state. Peep the lineup, become amazed, and then buy tickets HERE.
If you like EDM you’ve probably heard of Tiësto, but you may not have heard of PixMob. The company creates unique, interactive experiences for large events like massive dance festivals. They’re most famous in the music world for The Arcade Fire Balloon Drop at Coachella 2011. Most recently, PixMob was in charge of creating the Super Bowl Halftime Show which featured Bruno Mars. Fans were given LED wristbands that generated visual effects in sync wirelessly.
PixMob will be creating brilliant spectacles at Tiësto’s remaining residency shows at Hakkasan in Las Vegas, using the same LED wristbands as the Super Bowl Halftime Show.
If you know a thing or two about lighting, this new technology allows for live visual effects to be synced and controlled wirelessly without having to use geo-location. The video server transmits color information using a sort of infrared digital projector (PixMob Transmitter) that can send signals up to 1000 feet and control over 100,000 locations. Basically, the fans become a visual effect, and PixMob gives them a more interactive experience.
“I was absolutely amazed by what PixMob was able to do at the Superbowl and can’t wait to team up with them for my own shows. Hakkasan is already one of the best clubs in the world, so to bring the PixMob experience to my fans will be something really special,”
Hailing from ATL, electronic duo Daniel Disaster and Pete Heartless started out as two punk kids notorious for blowing speakers and blasting southern rap. Albeit different lifestyles, the musically connected pair created the moniker Heroes x Villainsand began to create sounds that have been influenced by what they describe as riots and trap music.
Heroes x Villains have remixed rap and hip-hop artists such as Roscoe Dash and Waka Flocka and even landed their remix of Lemonade by Gucci Mane into Diplo and La Roux’s successful mixtape, Lazerproof. Under the personification of good versus evil, the partners create genre-bending and rule breaking tunes that demonstrate the success of their collaboration.
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