STS9 – “Possibilities” Remix (Collective Efforts): OG track with a great remix, not much more to say…Michal Menert – “Moonswell”: Michal was the closest thing to a musical mentor I had coming up, so I gotta show some love to the godfather.Daily Bread – “A Long Way From Home”: Rhett [Whatley] is a beast, and all his music is amazing. I chose this track because I feel like it really captures his bluesy, hip-hop vibe.Prefuse 73 – “Natures Uplifting Revenge”: I’ve been bumping this track for almost ten years now, and I’m super stoked to be on a bill with Prefuse 73Manic Focus – “Stronger” featuring Late Night Radio, Jenifer Hartswick, & Adam Deitch: [John “JmaC” McCarten] has been a friend for quite some time, and we had a lot of fun making “Stronger” with him in Chicago. I feel like this track really highlights both of our styles, and we got the homie Adam Deitch on some drums as well.Sunsquabi – “Cinnamon” featuring Late Night Radio: SunSquabi is absolutely killing it lately, and it’s always a blast for us to play tunes together so, once again, gotta show love for the homies.Chris Karns – “We Don’t Stop”: I went with this track to showcase how much of a beast Chris is on both production and cuts. From August 16th to 19th, STS9 will host their inaugural Wave Spell Live Festival in Belden Town, California. Featuring nine sets from the host band, Wave Spell Live will also see a headlining set from BAAD Quartet, a supergroup composed of Dom Lalli (Big Gigantic), Alana Rocklin (STS9), Adam Deitch (Lettuce/Break Science), and Borahm Lee (Pretty Lights Live/Break Science). The festival will also host sets from David Phipps (solo), Zach Velmer, eDIT (Glitch Mob), Ooah (Glitch Mob), SunSquabi (two nights), Manic Focus, Charlesthefirst (two nights), Michal Menert, Antennae, Maddy O’Neal (two nights), Yak Attack (two nights), An-Ten-Nae, Chris Karns (Pretty Lights Live), and many more, in addition to stand-up comedy about STS9 and the jam band scene by NY-based comedy team Wokes with Jokes.Tickets are still available but flying fast. To secure your tickets to the highly anticipated debut festival, head to Wave Spell Live’s website here. Since June, fans have been eagerly awaiting Wave Spell Live, a brand-new music festival from the jamtronica juggernauts of STS9. Slated for August 16th through 19th, the festival sets itself apart with its heavy-hitting, electronic-focused lineup and absolutely wild venue. Wave Spell Live will take place in Belden Town, California, a town with a population of seven, and for the event, the festival will rent out the town—meaning the town’s residents will leave and there will be absolutely no noise ordinances or curfews.In addition to nine sets from STS9, Wave Spell Live has tapped an enviable list of performers, including Colorado’s Late Night Radio, an up-and-coming producer named Alex Medellin who has been earning high praise from other artists and fans alike. With an emphasis on musical experimentation mixed with meticulous production, Late Night Radio has been rising on the bill of renowned music festivals and embarking on nationwide headlining tours of his own.In anticipation of Late Night Radio’s performance at Wave Spell Live, Medellin curated a hype-worthy playlist to get fans stoked on the upcoming California festival. As he told Live For Live Music, “Really excited to be joining a bunch of friends for STS9’s Wave Spell festival at Belden Town. Shout out to STS9 for putting together this epic lineup.”Late Night Radio’s handpicked playlist features other artists he’ll be sharing the Wave Spell Live lineup with, including remixes of teh host band STS9, plus fan-favorites like Michal Menert, Daily Bread, Prefuse 73, Manic Focus, SunSquabi, and Chris Karns. You can check out the Spotify playlist and his reasoning behind each selection below.