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Big Rocks & Rad Drops

[Blog Beats]

The Blog Beats link will treat your ears to an ODESZA x Pretty Lights remix that has been a go-to jam of mine for over a year now. In case you didn’t know, you can download all of Pretty Lights’ & his label mates’ albums on his Pretty Lights Music website.

Below you’ll find some cool (we think so anyways) links and topics we’ve come across in the past few weeks.

Before I get too ahead of myself, I must touch on what a special & memorable experience GRiZ at Red Rocks was. There were roughly twenty of us who came together in Denver for the event. Some have been friends for years, others met for the first time at the show, but none will forget that amazing night we shared.

Seeing one of my all-time favorite artists, from the third row of one of the world’s premier outdoor music venues, surrounded by such special people was even more meaningful than I could have anticipated. One of the best parts, was seeing how truly grateful GRiZ was to have the opportunity to play his dream show and the gratitude he has toward his fans.


Although I love all of the opening artists, Sunsquabi really stood out, possibly because it was my first time seeing them live.  What made it even cooler was that the following night at the Krooked Drivers Cervantes’ show (also an excellent show), we randomly met & chilled with Kevin of the group. A genuinely nice guy, we talked about giving back to the community through music and endeavors such as p.o.m.e. He really seemed to dig what we stand for and our vision.

Earlier that Saturday, we hiked up to an invigorating 40 ft cliff jump into the brisk St. Mary’s glacial lake. It was a beautiful setting for some p.o.m.e. promo pics as well. You can find several of them on our Instagram page. Here is a fun clip of the drop as well.

I hope you were able to catch a glimpse of the beautiful moon either before, during, or after the eclipse a couple weekends ago. It was fairly cloudy here until about 9:30 EST when it cleared up enough to get a slightly hazy view of the sphere. It was quite awesome either way. While we’re on the topic of space, here are some jaw dropping pictures taken from the Hubble Telescope during the last 25 years.

Northern Michigan nature photographer Greg Kretovic has taken a ton of breathtaking Northern Lights photos, more than I’ve ever seen in one place. Take a few minutes to look at his page. I promise you will not be disappointed. We are working on a possible collaboration piece with him now. Very excited to share it with you in the coming weeks!


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