How Do You Really Show Support In The Music Scene?

By Nick Hailer

“Support” is a word that gets thrown around a lot these days. People are creating content at an unprecedented level and music maybe the prime example of this. The ability to create and share music with mass amounts of people has never been easier or more accessible than now with sites Soundcloud, Youtube, Bandcamp, and using platforms like Facebook and Twitter as a means of promotion and personal connection with fans. However, there is now of influx of things that people want you to “Support” and the very definition is becoming more and more vague.

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Why Happps Needs To Happen!

By Nick Hailer

There have been too many nights, where music fans have spent a night inside because they couldn’t think of anything to do, while awesome parties are happening right in there city. There have been too many times talented artists have gone unnoticed in their own town and can’t find a place to go out and play. There have been too many hardworking promoters that have put everything they had into putting on a show, and have no one show up because people had no idea it was happening.

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Joe Bermudez On First Album, New Ginza At Night

By Angela Bray

Many are familiar with Boston-based DJ/producer Joe Bermudez from his club and festival gigs, others from his Mass Movement radio show. If you haven’t seen him live, maybe you’ve heard his work with artists like Britney Spears, Ke$ha, and Rihanna.

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Behind The Party With Aaron Roy of Beandream Productions

What’s the craziest thing you have seen at one of your parties?

Has to be at Randy Boyer; the guy who rented out his dj gear to me that night (worth about 7k) was nowhere to be found after the event was over. Luckily, he is a friend of mine so I just packed up the gear and threw it in my trunk. I went to an after party at a friend’s house that everyone usually ends up after Binary. As I was parking I saw one of the djs drop off the guy whose equipment I had in my trunk. The guy got out and passed out on a snow bank face first in a t-shirt right in front of my car. The dj who dropped him off said that he had found him in an alley behind Wonder Bar after the show.

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