Feature, Interview, Preview

Aqueous, Electric Forest Preview

By Kevin Alan Lamb Aqueous (pronounced “ay-kwee-us”), like water, is as smooth and groovy as a Western wave at sunset. Since forming in Buffalo in 2006, guitarist Mike Gantzer, guitarist/keyboardist David Loss, bassist Evan McPhaden, and drummer Rob Houk have manifest “groove rock” stylings into the jam scene; Developing a special sound characterized by meticulous… Continue reading Aqueous, Electric Forest Preview


Michigan Rattlers, Electric Forest Preview

By Kevin Alan Lamb Throughout the last year-and-a-half I’ve had the great pleasure of opening my heart and home to some of the most brilliant, inspiring, and rad musicians who I am now grateful to call family. Our choices and commitments offer us the possibility of being good long enough, until one day we become… Continue reading Michigan Rattlers, Electric Forest Preview


TAUK, Electric Forest Archives

By Kevin Alan Lamb There’s no telling when the elevator doors will open, or whether we will be getting on or off, but when the time comes, step in or out with confidence because despite the opportunities presented to us, it is our actions and fortitude that deliver us to where we need to be.… Continue reading TAUK, Electric Forest Archives


Capturing Magic with Phun Photos: Electric Forest

By Kevin Alan Lamb It is a privilege to cover Electric Forest; 2018 will be my fifth consecutive year as media, sixth Forest as media, and seventh Electric Forest. When we are fortunate enough to navigate a path that leads to what we love, it is essential we practice gratitude with offerings of effort, creativity,… Continue reading Capturing Magic with Phun Photos: Electric Forest


Matisyahu, Electric Forest 2017

By Kevin Alan Lamb When “King Without A Crown” broke in 2004, I was fresh out of West Bloomfield High School, where I was better versed in jewish culture than most 18-year-olds, but had no idea who Matisyahu was, nor where he came from. I remember his appearance clearly: Long, dark, full beard with a… Continue reading Matisyahu, Electric Forest 2017