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Euphoria Music Festival taking place in Texas in April; Initial Lineup Announcement!

For Immediate Release
EUPHORIA ANNOUNCES PERFORMER LINEUP FOR 2-DAY MUSIC FESTIVAL IN NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS APRIL 12-13, 2013
 
Performers Include Datsik, Tommy Trash, EOTO, Mord Fustang, Felix Cartel, Conspirator, Dirtyphonics, Le Castle Vania and Many More!
 
Festival Expands To Include 2 Full Days of Music
 
New Braunfels, Texas (January 31, 2013) – Euphoria Music Festival, a two-day music and arts festival in New Braunfels, Texas this April 12 – 13, 2013, has announced its first round of performers. After a successful inaugural year in 2012, Euphoria is expanding to include two full days of music. The performer lineup at the multi-stage festival includes:  Datsik; Tommy Trash; EOTO; Mord Fustang; Felix Cartel; Conspirator; Dirtyphonics; Le Castle Vania; Downlink; Michal Menert; Designer Drugs; Nerd Rage and The Polish Ambassador. More artists and festival details will be announced in the coming weeks.
“We are excited to expand to a 2-day format and continue to offer music fans a diverse and unique lineup that explores the many facets of electonric music today,” says festival organizer Mitch Morales.  “Whitewater Amphitheatre is an amazing venue and the perfect setting to kick off festival season this April.”
The multi-stage festival with camping options will be held at Whitewater Amphitheater, a scenic Hill Country venue bordered on two sides by the Guadalupe River; conveniently located approximately 30 minutes travel time from Downtown San Antonio, Texas and 50 minutes travel time from Downtown Austin, Texas. Many of the elements introduced at EMF2012 will return, including cutting edge visuals, unique stage design, improved dance tents, and a diverse range of artists. Additionally, the festival will expand to include art installations, increased venue facilities, late night Silent Disco shows on Friday and Saturday, and daily shuttle service from area camping and lodging locations. The festival has partnered with Riverside Resorts to offer fans wishing to camp discount pricing options. Long distance shuttles with stops in Austin, San Antonio and San Marcos, are also being provided.
A limited allotment of early bird tickets are available now for $49, plus fees, before general admission tickets are offered starting at $59, plus fees. Multiple VIP levels, with preferred viewing areas, a private bar, festival swag and separate entrance are available, starting at $109, plus fees. Private skyboxes with premium private bar and preferred viewing area are available, starting at $3000 for up to 16 people. Tickets are available online at www.euphoriafest.com/tickets.php. Euphoria Music Festival is an 18 and over event.
Euphoria Music Fetival is produced by Vivid Sound Entertainment. Visit www.euphoriafest.com for the most up-to-date information. Stay connected on Twitter at www.twitter.com/EuphoriaMusFest  and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/EuphoriaFest.

Interview with John and Gabriel from Consider The Source. Playing @CatskillChill next weekend!

“Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Funk, ” as New York City’s Consider The Source describe themselves, kind of makes me think about Bootsy Collins riding on the Millenium Falcon hovering over Saudi Arabia. Seriously though, can’t you just visualize it? Maybe not, but if a power trio takes this much effort to define their sound, I can only imagine what their rehearsals are like. I’m sold.

Consider The Source’s mystique lie in their multi-directional approach to writing, a fusion of complex rhythmic patterns, partially learned when the group spent time studying talas in India, with a blend of driving rock, psychedelic sound scapes, and Middle Eastern flair. The group continues to forge their path into the musical spotlight, performing at a very wide array of venues and festivals all over the world. These appearances include slots at Burning Man, PowWow, and Dogwood Fests alongside such acts as Victor Wooten, Wyclef Jean, Grace Potter and The Nocturnals, and many others. Read More…

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