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AURA Music and Arts Festival 2013 video recap; Who else checked it out!?! #aura @blpfam

AURA_2013 flier

Three days of music, sunshine, and ragin’ in Florida. That’s how BROTHERLY LOVE PRODUCTIONS got down a few weeks ago, delivering another wildly successful installment of AURA MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL in Live Oak.

For all you who went, what did you think and who was your favorite acts? Break Science? Nigel Hall? The return of RAQ (!!!)? All I can say is BLP did an amazing job with the lineup and location, and they definitely know how to throw a frickin’ party!!!

Check out the video highlights and pcitures below, and expect 2014 to be even bigger and badder than this monster was… These guys don’t play around!

AURA 2013 video recap: http://bit.ly/UFpBh2

AURA 2013 photos: https://www.facebook.com/auramusicfestival/photos_albums

Interview with Tim Palmieri from KUNG FU; Playing Ct. this weekend, Co. in Jan., and AURA Music Fest! @kungfu @breakscience @blpfam


New Haven, Connecticut’s Kung Fu is bent on one thing: Sonically roundhouse kicking the bejesus out of fusion fans the world over! Though a fairly young band, Kung Fu boasts some of the most respected players to come from the jam/rock/jazz scene in our generation, including members of The Breakfast and RAQ.

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Drive By interview with PAUL BASIC at The Twilight Frequency Tour! @paulbasic @prettylights


Here’s one I did on the fly with DJ Paul Basic when he hit Syracuse, NY on the Twilight Frequency Tour a little while back. Colorado folks are always so friendly and pleasant in my experience, and his set was DOPE! Check him out if you’re digging the EDM scene… You’ll be glad you did!

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Interview with Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee from BREAK SCIENCE; Playing NYC tonight and Albany tomorrow! @breakscience @realdeitchbeats @borahmkeys


Brooklyn, NY electronic duo BREAK SCIENCE are fantastic! Though the explosive popularity of Dubstep and EDM has flooded the musical market with many hard partying yet derivative mp3 jockeys, these Brooklyn boys offer so much more in terms of writing creativity, performance quality, genre blending, and musical innovation than most of their counterparts.

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