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Author: Grant Gilmore

Beyond Wonderland Bay Area 2014 || Event Review

Originally posted on October 10th, 2014 on The Scene Is Dead. Click HERE for the original story! Outside of a stellar lineup featuring some serious trance and house acts, as well as my experience at the 2013 installment of the event, I had no idea what Pasquale had in store for the Insomniac faithful at Beyond Wonderland Bay Area 2014. The anticipation mounted as we left our hotel and headed towards the Shoreline Amphitheater, surprisingly there was little to no traffic and we got into the parking lot smoothly. Walking towards the venue we could already hear the music...

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MLA Q&A || X-Tour with Bassjackers and Dyro

Originally posted on November 3rd, 2014 on The Scene Is Dead. Click HERE for original story! As I headed into Bassmnt in San Diego for the first stop of Bassjackers and Dyro’s X-Tour, I already knew that it was going to be a great night. Kenneth G was on the decks making the crowd move in the fully packed club, I could tell that it was going to be a great night. I grabbed a quick drink at the bar and met up with some friends while his set ended. A group of the clubs security guards surrounding Dyro moved...

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MLA Playlist || Coachella 2015 Decompression

Coachella 2015 is officially in the books. The Music Lovers Anonymous Team spent both weekends at Coachella in efforts to soak up as much music as humanly possible. Our bodies are bent, broken, and a bit worn out but the experience was worth it. One of the things that is useful to keep the Post-Chella blues away is to listen to the music that you heard and reminisce with friends about the experiences that you all had. In our efforts to help not only you, but ourselves as well, we have created a playlist that highlights some of our...

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Summer Set Music Festival 2014 || Event Review

Originally posted on September 18th, 2014 on The Scene Is Dead. Click HERE for the original story! Excited as ever to not only be visiting two new states I had never been to, but also a festival that is still in its infancy was keeping me pumped for Summer Set Music Festival 2014. In only their third year, this festival promised a Coachella-like assortment of artists ranging from the worlds of EDM, Rock and Hip Hop. With attendance increased to an average of 18,000 and fixes to some of the issues from the past few years, we could only...

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