Photographer Michael Tullberg has witnessed the growth of dance music through the lens of his camera for over two decades. He came by the studio to tell us about his new book, the Raver Stories Project, featuring stories from fans and creators of the rave scene.
He tells us some of his own rave stories and how he went from being a photographer on the front lines of dance music to creating his own publishing company. Make sure you visit our sponsors Audible.com/REBEL and get
Nowadays, a lot of people think of dubstep as the music that plays while drunken frat boys pump their fists. From a Key and Peele parody to a general disdain among dance music fans over 30, dubstep has become somewhat of a whipping boy for EDM. It wasn’t always this way. Once upon a time, dubstep was the underground alternative to the overly commercial direction UK garage took in the mid-2000s. Dubstep was dark, sparse, and a direct link back to the drum and bass roots. Our g
Time for some time for some action. That’s the word that comes to mind when we think about Ookay: action. Feels a little like dude came out of nowhere to build a fan base that hangs on his every photo and enjoys his antics like taking his dad to Winter Music Conference. You may or may not love his music (it’s noisy and feels very “of the moment” in both good and bad ways), but you definitely get the sense that he’s having fun doing his thing. He’s also managed to attract the