Posts Tagged ‘festival’

photos // TIMBER! Outdoor Music Festival : 2013

photos // TIMBER! Outdoor Music Festival : 2013

The first annual TIMBER! Outdoor Music Festival happened last weekend in the forests of Carnation, WA. The festival was brimming with rad moment after rad moment—the night air sparkling with music from the Campfire Stage, Kithkin taking a banana-munching break into the microphone during their set, Kendra from Lemolo joining Kithkin on stage for a […]


live videos // Oberhofer + POND : Squeak + Squawk Festival

live videos // Oberhofer + POND : Squeak + Squawk Festival

From our friends at Cult Tacoma, these are videos of Oberhofer playing his home town of Tacoma, WA along with POND (including Tame Impala members.) Oberhofer // Land Line : Pond // You Broke My Cool : Head over to Cult Tacoma to see more—including Oberhofer playing I Could Go and POND playing Fantastic Explosion of Time.


music festival // Doe Bay : 2011

music festival // Doe Bay : 2011

One of the shining examples of a new generation of music festivals (including Huichica Music Festival)—those which are relatively small in scope, but large in musical talent and where the line between performer and audience is virtually non-existant.  We’re already looking forward to Doe Bay Fest 2012.


music festival // Huichica : 2011

music festival // Huichica : 2011

The second annual Huichica Music Festival at Gundlach Bundschu Winery in Sonoma proved itself as one of the best new music festivals happening (see also this video from 2010.)  It is big enough to bring in a diverse crowd of music fans and some top-notch acts, while staying small enough to allow attendees to comingle […]


Doe Bay Fest, 2010

In our opinion, music festivals have been bloated and over-wrought since the day the first Woodstock ended.  We prefer the intimacy of a small venue and a handful of bands. However, our opinion on the matter has been altered by two recent music festivals—Sonoma’s Huichica Music Festival and the recent Doe Bay Music Festival in […]


Huichica Music Festival, 2010

The sleepy wine country town of Sonoma is going through a cultural evolution—a new generation is taking over and turning the former playground for the rich and retired into a thriving, artistic and relevant global hotspot.  As a part of this movement, Gundlach Bundschu Winery’s Jeff Bundschu teamed up with Fruit Bats‘ Eric D. Johnson […]