PREVIEW: Enter the Wave Spell – A Look At STS9’s New NorCal Festival

This weekend August 16-19, Sound Tribe Sector 9, one of North America’s most prolific live electronic acts, are hosting the first edition of Wave Spell Music Festival. The event will take over the entirety of the magnificent outdoor playground of Belden Town California, offering STS9’s devoted fans a fantastic riverside voyage through the depths of the band’s catalogue, alongside an artistically progressive assemblage of the scene’s most revered and sought after performers.

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INTERVIEW: Adam Deitch Talks Jazz Fest, ATL Hip-Hop, & New Lettuce Albums (B.Getz on L4LM)

Adam was kind enough to make time to give Live For Live Music’s B.Getz the scoop on the Jazz Fest afterglow, Lettuce festival sets, and why Outkast is still the most important hip-hop artist to come from Atlanta. Then, lucky for us, the LettuceFunk drummer couldn’t resist teasing us with some details on the band’s new album—the long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s Crush.

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INTERVIEW: Break Science’s Borahm Lee On Bisco Love, Getting Fired By Kanye West, & Purple Hatter’s (B.Getz on L4LM)

Though he may be best known for his work in the groundbreaking future-music duo Break Science, or as a major cog in both incarnations of the Pretty Lights Live Band, keyboardist/producer Borahm Leehas his hands all over a myriad of projects.

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INTERVIEW: Purple Hatter’s Ball Founder Paul Levine On Honoring The Late Rachel Hoffman (B.Getz on L4LM)

For the tenth anniversary of Rachel Hoffman’s passing, Paul Levine has put together a unique version of the beloved event, and we caught up with the venerable promoter and all-around gem of a guy as the final preparations for Purple Hatter’s Ball were coming together.

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EXCLUSIVE: Turkuaz’s Craig Brodhead On Jazz Fest Super Jams, Honoring Fallen Heroes, WuChon, & More (B.Getz on L4LM)

The mighty nine-piece funk extravaganza Turkuaz needs no introduction around these parts, but their longtime guitarist Craig Brodhead deserves some recognition that is long overdue. On the far right, the man in white is a key contributor to Turkuaz’s kaleidoscopic brew, bringing tasty licks and a certain restraint—always serving the song on his axe or a synth, no matter how large or small his part might be.

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