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Surprises Await You at The Warehouse of Horrors

Every year the production company behind Elements Festival, BangOn! hosts the best Halloween party in New York City. Get ready for two fun-filled days of music and art located in an enormous warehouse that will delight the senses. Attendees are encouraged to wear a Halloween costume while enjoying music curated to appeal to the funk, bass and house lover alike.  Three stages and a silent disco will boast music legends each night at the enormous Knockdown Center in Queens. The Glitch Mob, Justin Martin, and Claude Vonstroke will be playing sets at the Warehouse Stage and check out The Librarian, Dorfex Bos and Beat Kitty at the Horror Stage. Finally, don't miss The Golden Pony, Amy Jor, and Swan at the Alchemy Stage...

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NYC Disciple Takeover Sets the Bar High for The Kingdom Tour

Photo by Christian Meija Disciple Records’ “The Kingdom Tour” had a proper kickoff in New York this past Saturday, making their first stop at NYC Arena (formerly Amazura). The massive event space is conveniently located in Queens by Jamaica Station, easily accessible by all modes of transportation. This was especially fortunate for me, as I was able to hop off a plane at JFK and book it over to the venue straight from work—I happen to be a flight attendant. Arriving during Bandlez and LUMBERJVCK’s B2B set, I walked into a room high in energy and full of people getting down and dirty on the dance floor. Modestep took the stage next, bringing live drums and energetic bass to the...

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Shambhala Music Festival Has Our Hearts

A year ago I was riding the rail during the sermon at Pagoda. Just a young kid enjoying the beauty of Shambhala Music Festival for my 2nd year, I fell in love with this festival and the vibes that transcended through everyone from the artists to the curators to the staff and attendees. A year later H<3art Beats had the opportunity of a lifetime being able to host not one but two Shambhala pre-parties in New York and in Portland. Our dream was to bring a little taste of the magic out to the states where the industry was very commercialized. With all our wonderful connections with press, artists, and managers we got to live the experience first hand. Never would I have...

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