Together 2016

  • Together and Clicky Clicky Present Two Eclectic Nights of Local Sounds

    By Dillon Riley on May 12, 2016
      By Dillon Riley   Just like last year, we are proud to present two nights of co-presented gigs with long running Boston music publication Clicky Clicky Music Blog at Inman Square’s Lilypad. In line with our previous collaboration, each night will take on a sort of theme with the first night being a celebration of Boston’s fertile left-field rock…
  • Lord Hobo Hits the Spot with Weekend Brunch & Cocktails

    By Sean Flynn on May 12, 2016
    What’s cozier than your bed after partying all night? Brunch at Lord Hobo! By night, Lord Hobo is Cambridge’s most popular matte black craft beer bar, but their bartenders become hospitable brunch servers by morning with their attentive and charismatic service. .@adamfeuerstein Nice beer choice. @lordhobobrewing @lordhobo @BostonGlobe https://t.co/wvNq0AKLop pic.twitter.com/xHn6XDgWGF — Steve Garfield (@stevegarfield) May 7, 2016 If you go…
  • @nickdawg Unleashes All #tgthr7 Mix

    By David Day on May 4, 2016
    Nickdawg, aka Nick Minieri, is no stranger to our event. In fact, he’s been crucial to it. From creating all our first initial flyers and posters, to organizing the amazing original compilation from Boston-based musicians the last few years–not to mention taking pictures of everything in the process–Nick is the Jack of All Trades Who Actually Masters Them Too. Did…
  • Together App Makes For Stress Free Fest Planning

    By Anna Cieslik on May 10, 2016
    The interconnectedness of social media is a double edged sword; it’s easier than ever before to stay up to date on everything going on in the world, but it can feel extremely cluttered at times as we are perpetually adding new social media sites to our digital arsenal. Every so often, an app comes out that aims to declutter our…
  • Bostinno Premiered Our Daytime Programming Schedule

    By Dillon Riley on May 3, 2016
    By Dillon Riley Yesterday, metro news site Bostinno premiered the details of our daytime programming at Mmmmaven HQ and Central Square’s Danger!Awesome for the week. As always, there’s plenty of tech talks, artist and writer conversations, and the annual Together Record Fair! Get our app for the latest! Apple users click here to get it. “Technology (and its intersection with…
  • Dive into Ben UFO’s Penetrating Soundscapes

    By Anna Cieslik on May 2, 2016
    Ben UFO doesn’t create songs so much as he creates sweeping soundscapes meant to transplant listeners to a dystopian otherworld. Initially influenced by the early UK dubstep scene, he takes those deep, growling elements of the genre and slows them down to an eking crawl. The result sounds like the sonic equivalent of Salvador Dali’s melting clocks, dripping through the…
  • The Black Madonna Is Here To Diversify Dance Music

    By Anna Cieslik on May 2, 2016
    Rising from the masses of DJs and producers still populating Chicago’s famous house music scene, The Black Madonna stands out because she is always looking for a way to challenge the status quo. Frankie Knuckles and the rest of the Warehouse crew might have established Chicago as the birthplace of house back in ‘80s, but The Black Madonna and her crew…
  • Reintroducing The Mmmmaven Recharge Lounge!

    By Dillon Riley on April 27, 2016
    By Dillon Riley After the great success of last year’s setup, we are pleased to announce that our HQ at Mmmmaven will once again serve as the center of our daytime events and demonstrations throughout the festival! Like last year, we will also be opening up the doors during the week for the Together X Mmmmaven Recharge Lounge. We want…
  • The Future Of Drum And Bass, Courtesy of Ivy Lab

    By Anna Cieslik on April 26, 2016
    Since 2013, the UK trio Ivy Lab have been working mercilessly to create a future sounding form of drum and bass. Grounded in the hard dub elements of the genre, with bits of everything from gabber backbeats to R&B rhythms and even some tropical house riffs throughout their tracks, Ivy Lab are anything but easy to pigeonhole. Oftentimes, their sound…

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