Kaskade closed out the Mala Luna Festival in style. His EDM set made it feel like a Vegas nightclub with an intimate dance floor for thousands.
The Mala Luna Music Festival was held on the grounds of the old Lone Star Brewery in San Antonio. There was food, drinks, music, art, plenty of sunshine, and the cool backdrop of the old brewery itself with its iconic tower.
Austin Samba flat out rocks! The Brazilian percussion and dance team is so full of energy. If you can find them at an event, then please check them out. You will not be disappointed.
What happens at the Rattletree Glow Party, you might ask? You put on your glow stuff, and maybe get your face painted. You take off your shoes at the door as per the rules. Then you can chill out and listen to DJ Happy Happy James, or get your dance on. When the marimba music starts, you are in musical heaven. Joel Laviolette and his band are so much fun. It was a great celebration of the new studio home for the Rattletree School of Marimba.
This is Katchafire.
Atash is playing Hole in the Wall tonight, and they are most awesome! More from here later. 🙂
If you didn’t try Apple Music because you have an Android phone and not an iPhone, now’s your chance. The App is in a Beta form in the Google Play Store. I installed it to give it a try. I think you can still grab the deal for a three month trial, too. For me today, it is recommending some EDM music or maybe some Dire Straits. I think I will try one of these on my way home this evening. 🙂
I just tweeted my Apple Music playlist. Please let me know your thoughts and impressions. This playlist has most of the EDM music that has been featured on my blog, and I hope you like it. 🙂
Anyone else out there trying the new Apple Music? They currently have a free, three-month trial membership going on. I am liking it so far and need to try the feature where you can save music from the collection for offline listening. Given a little time, I could build out a nice, energetic playlist for walking. If I get a good one going, I will post it somewhere to share. Let me know if you have a favorite playlist of your own, and I will give it a listen.
The University of Texas Tower is almost always in view as you stroll around the campus. Today’s added bonus was a great steel drum band to send you off to the Caribbean.