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Top 10 Must-Have Music Festival Essentials For Bros

Top 10 Must-Have Music Festival Essentials For Bros

Now, while I may not be a man, I happen to have grown up with more than a few (So. Many. Brothers.) so I consider myself somewhat well-informed on what guys – bros in particular – enjoy. While all men are undeniably entertaining, my favorite guys happen to be festival bros.  What exactly is a festival bro, you ask? Well, [...]

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10 Must-Have Music Festival Essentials for Girls

10 Must-Have Music Festival Essentials for Girls

LISTEN UP, LADIES!  We recently gave you our list of the top basic music festival essentials, but we are not basic, are we?  Of course not.  That’s why we’re giving you a list specifically crafted for you so when you’re crowdsurfing your way through the best fests this summer, you’ll be prepared for anything. 1. TAMPONS (or whatever you prefer): Yeah, I’m going [...]

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Top 10 Basic Music Festival Essentials

Top 10 Basic Music Festival Essentials

It’s that time of year again: FESTIVAL SEASON! For those of you lucky enough to attend a summer music festival, the best way to have an unforgettable time is to be prepared, and we thought we’d make your lives easier by listing out the essentials! So snatch these must-haves up and have an amazing time! 1) SUNGLASSES: It may seem [...]

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Riff Raff & Pharell William’s i Am Other at Miami’s Art Basel

Riff Raff & Pharell William’s i Am Other at Miami’s Art Basel

Had to make sure this was cool with the other jammers before blogging about Riff Raff and his i am Other video of himself critiquing art at Miami’s Art Basel and I’m glad they accepted ! Riff Raff is a rapper signed to Diplo’s Mad Decent record label and is known for making trap music, having an outlandish style, and [...]

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The Atlantic Teaches Us Science…with Mosh Pits

The Atlantic Teaches Us Science…with Mosh Pits

The Atlantic posted an interesting article yesterday, written by Lindsay Abrams, entitled “Mosh Pits Teach Us About the Physics of Collective Behavior,” which obviously made me do a double take. The article compares moshers to gas particles, stating that “the statistical description we use for gasses matches the behavior of people in mosh pits.”  There is also a link leading to [...]

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