The backdrop of the Houston skyline, made Day for Night especially magical. The attendees danced alive with energy flowing through. Light installations glittered the inside of the abandoned post office, where the festival took place. A mile long line wrapped around the perimeters of the building in anticipation of Bjork’s very much awaited digital instillation. To say Day for Night was an absolute production would be an understatement. It was more than a production. It was the bridge between art and curation–a collaboration that the 21st century thirsts for. Day for Night Fest dropped the dopest lineup of the year on our heads. Not only were the headliners (Bjork, Aphex Twin, Odesza, Kaskade, Run the Jewels, The Jesus and the Mary Chain, Kamasi Washington, Little Drago, etc) top notch selections, but those not yet discovered acts were a pleasant surprise. Being the editor of a small blog, I try to focus my attention on smaller acts at festivals. Most of my time at Day for Night Fest was spent at the smallest stage, the Yellow …
My personal favorite record label, Friends Records, celebrated their 7th anniversary last night at the Ottobar in Baltimore, MD. Check out some of the pictures from this epic evening below.
Check out our Day for Night playlist HERE!
George Hage is a visual artist living in Raleigh, NC. He creates beautiful posters, logos, and merch for brands, events, and concerts. Read our interview with him to learn more about his process and inspiration.