Editorial

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    19 2017 May

    How To Transcend Festival Rage Culture

    Over the past three years Lightning in a Bottle has become a staple in my life: a time to rejuvenate my spirit and reignite my creativity and passion every spring. Music festivals have been a...

  • 17 2016 December

    1 Tip To Help You Turn ‘Followers’ Into Fans (For Life)

    Hi, I’m Danny Savage. I help DJ’s kick-start their career through online marketing. I’ve mentioned it before, but I’m a firm believer that marketing is the #1 success factor in making it in the music...

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    19 2016 August

    Review: Eastern Electrics 2016

    The sun continued to shine for the fifth instalment of Eastern Electrics, as crowds of ravers headed to the hedonistic playground, standing tall on the grounds of the picturesque Hatfield House, with a plethora of...

Over the past three years Lightning in a Bottle has become a staple in my life: a time to rejuvenate my spirit and reignite my creativity and passion every spring. Music festivals have been a part of my life since I moved to California seven years ago— but, when I went to Lightning in a...

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Hi, I’m Danny Savage. I help DJ’s kick-start their career through online marketing. I’ve mentioned it before, but I’m a firm believer that marketing is the #1 success factor in making it in the music industry today. I’ve seen too many talented musicians come and go simply because they weren’t good enough at marketing themselves...

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Review: Eastern Electrics 2016

August 19, 2016 | London

The sun continued to shine for the fifth instalment of Eastern Electrics, as crowds of ravers headed to the hedonistic playground, standing tall on the grounds of the picturesque Hatfield House, with a plethora of international superstars spread across seven stages. Born out of a warehouse on Great Suffolk Street in its earliest days –...

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In another time perhaps this editorial’s subject would be a non issue, even less so more probably. Unfortunately, this era is undeniably the now and instead of a non it is a subject directly interjecting itself into the most important civil rights movement of our time. I am speaking here on the London based initiative #NightlifeMatters, which aims to...

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The Dance Underground Talks Brexit

June 24, 2016 | London

Yes, some part of underground dance music is political. The ‘in your face’ news on Britain’s vote to leave EU came in with the first crack of the eyes this morning. To this day the underground dance music scene has by far not been mute on this one. Music producers and DJs from Great Britain and outside have...

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One of the key talking points from newly-elected London mayor Sadiq Khan’s campaign was his range of proposals regarding London’s night life. London is one of the most culturally in-demand cities in the world; we only need to look at the Resident Advisor listings on the weekend to see that London is heaving with events...

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It was the beginning of the 1980’s when many decided to box up their records and conform to rapidly changing audio format technologies, firstly buying tapes, then CD’s, eventually downloading MP3’s and welcoming the digital era with open arms. The tactility of a record soon fizzled and many teens spent the first few years of the...

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Bristol has always been up there as a city noticed for its cultural creativity, whether its pseudonymous Banksy’s street art on to the side of a building, or an all night rave on a German Cargo Ship. The city has undoubtedly become a place of artistic expression, fully submersing itself within its deep and dark underground...

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