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[CONCERTS] MoMA PS1 Presents Sublime 2017 Warm Up Schedule: Daphni, Jackmaster, And More!

//MOMA PS1 PRESENTS WARM UP// Over the course of the last twenty seasons MoMA PS1 (one of the oldest and largest nonprofit contemporary art institutions in the United States in Long Island City, NY) has hosted Warm Up, a contemporary outdoor event extending unto its audience the opportunity to engage with artists across a wide range of genres. […]

III Points Festival Reveals Finely Tuned 2017 Lineup

Gorillaz, The xx, Nicolas Jaar, Richie Hawtin’s “Close”, and Brian Eno’s “The Ship” lead the bill. III points festival, held in Miami’s Wynwood Arts district, has revealed its 2017 lineup. The festival planted its flag in 2013 and has since established itself as an innovator in the music festival world. The undercard features acts like […]

[FESTIVAL REVIEW] Cultivating Passion: SXM Festival Is The Caribbean’s Musical Nirvana

//SPIRITUAL PARADISE IN THE HEART OF THE CARRIBEAN// SXM Festival, in only its second year, exceeded expectations entirely and successfully fused breathtaking landscapes with some of the globes most renowned DJs. Such a fusion led to the formation of the Caribbean’s own techno nirvana. The festival oozes authenticity. From the festival’s organizers, to the musicians, and […]

[FESTIVAL] SXM IN ST. MARTIN: ETHEREAL MUSIC IN PARADISE

SXM FESTIVAL: ETHEREAL MUSIC IN PARADISE With BPM Festival gone, SXM in St. Martin looks to be the ethereal paradise that devoted techno fans around the globe are jouncing for. We covered the news of BPM’s demise and SXM’s ascension earlier in the month. But here at The Sights and Sounds we’re more than a news source, […]

[FESTIVAL PREVIEW] The Top 5 Reasons We Are Going To SXM Festival This Year

The debut of SXM Music Festival last year was a tremendous success. The St. Martin music festival features sandy beaches, a wide range of talent, and a plethora of techno-obsessed festival goers. Last year we saw Dubfire, Patrick Topping, and Jamie Jones take the stage in the middle of the carribean. “It was our hope to […]