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Mamby On The Beach Brings Summer Bliss to Chicago Shores

Mamby On The Beach sailed onto Chicago’s Oakwood Beach over the weekend of June 24th and 25th bringing smiles to over 30,000 faces for the third year in a row. The eclectic chill out extravaganza consisted of a well thought out multi-genre lineup, four stages, a multitude of activities and food and drink options, and plenty of sunshine. […]

Flying Lotus Shares Two More New Tracks, Listen Here

Flying Lotus has been keeping the material coming lately. Following the artist’s release of his take on the “Twin Peaks” cult television series theme and the Queen-sampled ‘Night Grows Pale‘, there’s now no sign he’ll be stopping anytime soon. The producer has taken to his U.S. Soundcloud and shared two new tracks , perhaps outtakes from […]

You Need To Hear Flying Lotus’ New Queen Sampled Track

Flying Lotus may be the King of unpredictability. I often ask myself, what the fuck is this guy going to do next? There’s no doubt the producer has been busy since the 2014 release of You’re Dead!, but until now fans have been without new music for the last few years. Following his debut film screening of Kuso at Sundance and […]

[FESTIVAL NEWS] Elements Festival Expands to 2 Days, Reveals Phase 1 Lineup

BangON! NYC just announced the 3rd edition of Elements Music and Arts Festival with their most extensive lineup to date. The poster also reveals that the festival will be extended to a two day experience. The lineup features big-time headliners like Griz, The Knocks, Zeds Dead and Flylo as well as your emerging, low-key artists, like Kasbo […]

[FESTIVAL PREVIEW] Breaking Down Mamby on the Beach’s Eclectic Lineup

Mamby on the Beach has been a gleeful convergence of indie, pop, and dance music on Chicago’s Oakwood Beach. The festival, in only its third year of existence, is React Chicago’s most experimental event to date. This years lineup features headliners Flying Lotus, Local Natives, and MGMT. Not to mention the festival boasts a Mixmag dance tent […]