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Throughout history, nature has had a leading role as a source of inspiration for both musicians and visual artists. Dating back to even prehistoric cave drawings in Lascaux, France or even the Grand Canyon Suite composed by Grofe, nature has always been and will always be a driving force of creative inspiration. Things in nature are tangible references that we use all the time. From the moment we have memories as little kids, we have been in nature and have used it to learn. From drawing lollipop-looking flowers underneath a cotton ball clouded sky or making a thunderstorm, clapping our hands various ways in class, nature has been a part of our foundational education simply because it is one of the most palpable things we have. Just walk outside and there it is. Similarly, we use words and common figures of speech that originally have a meaning that is found in nature to describe events or objects in our daily lives. For example, a dry or wet signal, lightning fast reflexes, a rocky start, root of a problem, etc…The list goes on. Why did it become this way? Because nature is where life begins and has always been there for...
Maybe you missed your chance to go to Coachella, again. Rather than getting bummed, choose from the other amazing festivals happening across the country, all summer long. Wakarusa Now in its 12th year, Wakarusa is four days of bliss on Mulberry Mountain in Ozark, Arkansas. The festival is host to more than 150 acts and a thriving community based on friendship. Be prepared for a range of temperatures in the Ozarks in June as it can go from chilly to balmy in a matter of hours. Pack sturdy shoes you don’t mind getting dirty (maybe a couple pairs), shorts and a few warmer items along with your sunscreen and normal essentials. If you’re feeling frisky, pack a costume to participate in the Friday night content and parade or to add to the performance element of the event. Groups of three or more attending and camping together are designated as tribes. They may have their own flag or totem that allows them to find each other, or their camp, easily in the sea of people. Concerts and events are non-stop and scattered around the grounds on a number of stages, in the woods and in open areas. Make sure you grab a...
Y’all know we love to get out and hammock, and we love it even more when you do too! Tyler Sjöström is doing just that! In his new album, What We Say We Are, he sings all about life, and even better, hammocking!     In his track, ‘Hammock,’ he sings: “Oh swing, swing, rise and fall/ the trees they bend and sway/ sing oodleoodlealleyay/ and hammock all day.” Now if that’s not a life motto we don’t know what is! Listen to the full track HERE! If you like what you hear, you can purchase his album HERE. We sure will! Happy hammocking y’all
Renowned as one of the most scenic and intimate music festivals in the country, Telluride Blues & Brews takes place every September in the world-famous resort town of Telluride, Colorado, in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.
LOCKN’, a 4-day music festival, with an emphasis on world class music, locally sourced food and sustainability is held at Oak Ridge Farm in the foothills of the Blue Ridge in Central Virginia.
We’re pretty sure that we have the best fans around. David Cline and his friends are musicians and adventurers, known as the group: Argyle. He and his crew traveled near and far to rock climb, scuba, sky dive and yes, even hammock. The “Hammock Song” is an original piece and we’re stoked to be part of the action!
Camp Barefoot celebrated its eighth year this weekend and this time around, it was exceptionally magical. Thank you to the Camp Barefoot team for having us be part of it.
It’s that time of year again. Time where we pack our bags, get on the road and head to the forest. Which forest? The forest, Electric Forest.
The epic return of CounterPoint has come and went. One week ago today, ENOpians and festival goers were lining up their cars in Kingston Down, Georgia. What a show! Our team was happy to be down there bringing the hammock love with the Lotus Lounge and Eno Pods. Good vibes, sunshine, and the best electronic music and hip hop in the industry made for one of the best weekends ever! We’d like to thank Meat Camp Productions for having us. We can’t wait to do it again!   ***All photos are from aLIVE Photography and Morre Photography CounterPoint’s official media team.

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