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Posted by on Dec 6, 2016 in Festivals, Music

NEW ORLEANS, LA (December 6, 2016) – BUKU Music + Art Project today announced the first round of talent for the sixth installment of the annual festival, taking place on March 10 + 11, 2017 at the iconic Mardi Gras World in New Orleans. On multiple indoor & outdoor stages, set against a unique industrial backdrop along the Mississippi River, the event will showcase a multi-genre talent roster of some of the most relevant artists in the dance music, hip-hop and indie scenes. Complementing the extensive music lineup, the two-day festival continues its traditional signature arts component that includes an eclectic array of one-of-a kind art installations by local artists and electrifying street performers. After consistently selling out year after year, BUKU remains a celebration of the progressive, youthful subculture that is fueling the new New Orleans. Regular priced 2-day passes go on sale December 8th at 11am CT at

Check out BUKU’s official lineup announce video here:

The 2017 festival will showcase an extensive lineup of electronic, hip-hop, and indie acts including: Famed electronic producer Deadmau5, who just released his new album W:/2016ALBUM/ on Friday; chart-topping rappers Travis Scott, Young Thug and 21 Savage; Canadian electronic duo Zeds Dead; Chinese American electronic musician and singer ZHU; indie acts Tycho, Sleigh Bells and Washed Out; young rising EDM star Jauz; visionary Long Beach rapper Vince Staples; underground dance artists including Russian techno DJ/producer Nina Kraviz, the mysteriously masked Malaa melodic house producer Lane 8 and South African-Swiss DJ Nora En Pure; comedic rapper and lyrically-skilled hip-hop artist Lil Dicky; London’s hyped about producer TroyBoi; genre-pushing hip-hop sensation Lil Yachty; a slew of buzzing dance producers including Slushii, Lido, Rezz, Big Wild and San Holo; Louisiana “death rap” duo $uicideboy$; electronic R&B singer Alina Baraz; Brainfeeder bass virtuoso and Kendrick Lamar collaborator Thundercat; critically acclaimed Seattle-based American indie rock group Car Seat Headrest; hip-hop artist/producer and frequent A$AP Rocky collaborator Clams Casino; electronic/funk/jam artists The Floozies and Opiuo; three epic “back-to-back” sets which have become a BUKU staple including trap powerhouses Ghastly B2B Herobust, Dirtbird stalwarts Shiba San B2B Justin Jay and bass producers Minnesota B2B Space Jesus; London-based “hyperkinetic” electro-pop producer Sophie; feel good hip-hop up-and-comers Aminé and Kaiydo; and new-coming electronic producers Whethan and Oshi; . Initial artists announced for the intimate VIP-only S.S. BUKU riverboat, which has become a predictor of the next big things, include electronic producers Ekali, Ganja White Night, Chet Porter, Andrew Luce, Pusher and STéLOUSE. The event will also include local New Orleans artists: R&B singer and Kehlani collaborator Ambré; electronic/Hip-Hop producer AF THE NAYSAYER; EDM DJ Boogie T.; guitar and drum duo Caddywhompus; a B2B set from DJ MUSA and funk DJ Otto; electronic duo sfam; and female techno DJ Lleauna as well as local showcases curated by Solange’s Saint Heron and local DJ collective DOHM Collective.



BUKU 2017 Initial Talent:


Travis Scott

Zeds Dead

Young Thug




21 Savage

Sleigh Bells

Vince Staples

Nina Kraviz

Lil Dicky


Lil Yachty

Washed Out



Ghastly B2B Herobust

Alina Baraz



Clams Casino



The Floozies

Car Seat Headrest

Big Wild


Shiba San B2B Justin Jay

San Holo


Lane 8


Nora En Pure

Minnesota B2B Space Jesus







Boogie T.






Ganja White Night

Chet Porter

Andrew Luce




Saint Heron

DOHM Collective

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Euphoria 2017 | 2nd Phase

Posted by on Nov 29, 2016 in Festivals, News

As the region’s largest independent music festival, Euphoria Festival never abides by the rules, so they decided to bestow the honor of announcing their second phase to Brach Foster, the definition of a Euphoria superfan. See his full, exclusive announcement here.

 It’s with so much excitement and joy that I get to announce what I’m about to share with you.

Euphoria Music Festival grew on me the moment I walked into those festival grounds back in 2015, and the love grew stronger after the amazing year that 2016 brought to Carson Creek Ranch. It’s like my second home. 2015 in particular became extremely sentimental. I had never been to a camping festival before attending in 2015, and instantly felt the love floating in the air. That year on the second day, April 11th, whenever Pretty Lights headlined, I got to celebrate my dad’s birthday who would’ve turned 54 at the time. It was and will be one of the best days in my entire life at this point. Strangers became friends and the friends I went with became even more important to me.

The great people and minds behind the Euphoria team decided to let one of the fans announce Phase 2 of their lineup. Talk about caring for the people who make up this festival. Somehow, this opportunity has fallen upon me.

It is with great honor and complete excitement to present to all of you, Phase 2 of the Euphoria 2017 lineup. Thank you to everyone I’ve met at this very special festival and thank you for listening.

April isn’t too far away. Phase 3 will be here before you know it 😅

#findyoureuphoria #Euphoria2017

 Coming off a pre-Thanksgiving announcement that Alesso, Pretty Lights Live, Young Thug, Bob Moses, Chronixx, The Floozies, The Knocks, and Papadosio would be headlining the sixth annual festival, Euphoria is releasing the next phase of its lineup, just two weeks later. With The Disco Biscuits, Wiz Khalifa and Zeds Dead topping the phase two headliner list, the festival has also added 20+ additional artists, including: Alan Walker; BadBadNotGood; Mija; Spag Heddy; Yotto; CID; Grum; Manic Focus; Petit Biscuit; Ganja White Night; Asadi; Codeko; Evanoff; Ill-Esha; Slaptop; The Widdler; Carlyle; Craetion; Henna Rosso; Jamiroqueen and Lemurian. The phase 2 artists are joined by previously announced artists: Dr. Fresch; Poolside; Tennyson; Unlike Pluto; The Funk Hunters; Medasin; Raven Felix; Capyac; Flamingosis; Maddy O’Neal; Psymbionic; Blunt Force; Brede; Sip Sip; Slice Gang and Willgood. A third phase to the lineup will be announced in the coming weeks.


 The multi-stage music and camping festival will return to Carson Creek Ranch. In addition to the previously announced camping enhancements, direct shuttle service and added greening initiatives deemed “Ecophoria” – with the first river cleanup on site taking place on Dec. 3rd co-hosted with Keep Austin Beautiful. More details can be found here: As always, we are happy to offer a 7% discount on your entire checkout with the promo code “moist” or click here to have it automatically populate!

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