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Even Furthur 2017: A Techno Pagan Ritual for the Ages

Last summer, Drop Bass Network pulled Even Furthur out of the foggy memory banks of the collective conscious of the Midwest, providing a fresh opportunity for newcomers and old-timers to gather together and let their freak flags fly. It was a mad weekend of fresh discoveries and random reunions, all underscored by the inimitable sound … Continue reading Even Furthur 2017: A Techno Pagan Ritual for the Ages

Strictly for the Head Strong

Dave Asprey should have been a raver. But, back in the early nineties when the rave scene was starting, he was waddling around in a mold-induced, body-and-mind-crippling fog. Neil Strauss, former music writer extraordinaire for the New York Times and Rolling Stone, did make it to a few of those early raves (like Even Furthur … Continue reading Strictly for the Head Strong

Bombardier – From Violence to Fury

The midwest United States is, for many people, the birthplace of modern electronic music. The area has produced a long line of influential labels, DJs, and producers, as well as playing a key role in developing genres and shaping new directions for future generations to follow. A number of artists have left their mark over … Continue reading Bombardier – From Violence to Fury

Healthy for the Hardcore: Even Furthur had an Unfair Advantage

Doubters, naysayers and skeptical sub-haters came outta the woodwork after my “Bulletproof at EDC/Gabberfest” article last June, basically accusing me of being a shill for Bulletproof. For the record, Bulletproof did not pay me for that article. The truth of the matter is that I was interested in their products and gave them a test … Continue reading Healthy for the Hardcore: Even Furthur had an Unfair Advantage