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Bunbury Music Festival 2017 – Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa Review: by Ethan Bielik Wiz Khalifa is an American rapper born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His actual name is Cameron Fibril Thomaz. His most recent and 6th album release, titled “Khalifa” released on Atlantic Recordings. Wiz Khalifa played on the first day of Bunbury as the main event. He performance will be something that all of the festival goers…

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Bunbury Music Festival – DRAM

D.R.A.M Review: by Ethan Bielik Shelley Marshuan Massenburg-Smith or better known as D.R.A.M (Does. Real. Ass. Music). D.R.A.M was born in Germany and was raised in Hampton, Virginia. Don’t get it mixed up though because he’s American, his mother was just in the military. He’s released huge hits such as “Broccoli” ft. Lil Yachty and “Cash Machine”. He also released…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Mutemath

Mutemath Review: by Katie Morton As the beating sun faded and shade fell across the crowd on the opening night of Bunbury Music Festival, Mutemath took the CVG River Stage. Hailing from New Orleans, LA, Mutemath is an American Alternative Rock band comprised of band members Paul Meany on lead vocals and keyboard, Darren King on drums, Todd Gummerman on guitar, and bassist Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas….

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Bunbury Music Festival – Cobi

Cobi Review: by Katie Morton Cobi is an American musician from Grand Marais, Minnesota, and former member of the Boston-based band Gentlemen Hall. He left the band in 2014 and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a solo career. Cobi released his solo single “Don’t You Cry For Me” on May 3, 2016 under 300 Entertainment, and performed it live on The Tonight Show…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Arkells

Arkells Review by Katie Morton The Arkells are a Canadian rock band, formed in Hamilton, Ontario. They have released four albums, two EPs and a number of singles. Band Members include Max Kerman, Mike DeAngelis, Nick Dika, Tim Oxford, and Anthony Carone. Before Bunbury Music Festival, I read this quote on the Arkells website: “It’s a weird time to be a rock band right…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Dreamers

Dreamers Review: by Megan Randall One look at their website and you can pretty much figure out what to expect with a set from Dreamers; the trio from Brooklyn’s eccentric style permeates throughout everything they touch. With lyrics like “I wanna keep you on a leash,” Dreamers lived up to their off-center, interestingly chaotic band personality with each song. The…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Flogging Molly

Flogging Molly Review: by Ethan Bielik Flogging Molly is a Irish-American band from Los Angeles, California. They are considered “Celtic-Rock” but can also be considered a punk rock band with their fast paced music style. Flogging Molly has seven members. Most notably is Dave King, he’s the vocals, guitarist and frontman of the band. They’ve been a band since 1997 and are still…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Bassnectar

Bassnectar Review written by Katie Morton Lorin Ashton, better known under his stage name Bassnectar, is an American DJ and record producer. Out of San Francisco, Bassnectar is one of electronic dance music’s biggest homegrown acts. Ashton’s DJ sets draw sprawling crowds at festivals like Electric Daisy Carnival, Coachella, and Bonnaroo. Saturday night headliner, Bassnector, brought droves of festival fans pouring…

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Bunbury Music Festival – Reverend Horton Heat

Reverend Horton Heat written by – Megan Randall Heat may not be their middle name, but the guys from Rev. Horton Heat weathered the sultry June weather well and delivered an intense, if not shorter than planned, set. Bringing their psychobilly rock to the Bunbury Music Festival Riverside Stage, they opened with their classic, “Psychobilly Freakout.” Definitely a treat to…

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