Monthly Archives: June 2018

Tribe Tambor Cruise now booking for March 2019

Tribe Tambor Cruise 2019

March 2019 we do it all over again
This time to Cozumel Mexico
4 nights leaving from Fort Lauderdale, FL
Brand new ship – Independence of the Seas
TTC Where Love Lives




The cruise this year to the Bahamas was a great success! We loved having you join us, and hope that you enjoyed every minute of this musical experience.  If you haven’t experienced the cruise, now is your time to join in with the family Love and all that music.


We are pleased to announce that cabins are now being sold for the 2019 Cruise from March 28 – April 1


The deposits start at $200.00 per person, with payment plan options available.  Book now and take advantage of the lower cost cabins.


So whats new next year?
A daytime beach party at Cozumel, with a full DJ lineup on our own private beach with complimentary food and open bar
Destination is to Cozumel Mexico
Newly refurbished ship, Independence of the Seas
4 nights 5 days


House Music every day for 5 days!!
A great lineup of the best DJs
House Music – House Music – HOUSE MUSIC ALL CRUISE LONG!!






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THE INTERNET Releases Syd-Directed Video For New Single “Come Over” + Touring with Gorillaz This Fall


THE INTERNET have released a brand new video for their amazing, most recent single “Come Over,” directed by the band’s frontwoman Syd. “Come Over” is one of the standout tracks on the band’s forthcoming album, HIVE MIND, due out July 20th, 2018. 


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HIVE MIND – written and produced entirely by THE INTERNET — is the band’s follow up to their breakthrough third album, Ego Death. That album’s fresh sound — funk-tinged beats, laced with slinky guitars, evocative keys, and heart-striking lyrics about relationships with women — earned it a GRAMMY nomination for Best Urban Contemporary album, countless sold out shows, and massive acclaim on an international scale, quickly catapulting THE INTERNET to one of the most exciting new artists of this decade. 


After a lengthy world tour in support of that record, the band encouraged each other to explore their identities as solo artists; incredible solo albums from all five members of THE INTERNET emerged to rapturous response throughout 2017. Feeling the unity of coming back together, however, created the foundation for what became HIVE MIND


In their new music, members Syd (vocalist/songwriter), Matt Martians (producer), Steve Lacy (guitarist/vocalist/songwriter), Patrick Paige II (songwriter/bassist), and Christopher Smith (songwriter/drummer) present kaleidoscopic, neo-soul, future sounds that reveal the growth in their creative chemistry. It’s light years beyond their previous output, and even in its slower moments, the project is both intricate and minimal, giving each member’s contributions the space to shine. 


This sense of togetherness – not just for them, but for everyone – is one that the band chose to highlight as a major theme for the album.  “After making a few songs we realized that we really want to use this album to live by example and promote camaraderie amongst young black people,” Syd reveals. “We realized that we’re the only band of our kind. And we want to really solidify ourselves as that, as the best.”


THE INTERNET will be touring extensively throughout the rest of 2018, including dates opening for Gorillaz this fall, and playing as part of their inaugural American Demon Dayz festival in Los Angeles this October. See dates below.

HIVE MIND track listing:

1. Come Together
2. Roll (Burbank Funk)
3. Come Over
4. La Di Da
5. Stay the Night
6. Bravo
7. Mood
8. Next Time / Humble Pie
9. It Gets Better (With Time)
10. Look What U Started
11. Wanna Be
12. Beat Goes On
13. Hold On


6/1/18 – Barcelona, Spain @ Primavera Festival
6/3/18 – Paris, France @ We Love Green
6/5/18 – Cologne, Germany @ Gloria
6/6/18 – Hamburg, Germany @ Uebel&Gefahrlich
6/9/18 – Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands @ Best Kept Secret Festival
6/10/18 – Manchester, UK @ Parklife Festival
7/13-14/18 – London, UK @ Lovebox
7/13-15/18 – Grafenhainichen, Germany @ Melt Festival
7/13/-15/18 – Dublin, Ireland @ Longitude
7/20/18 – Chicago, IL @ Pitchfork Festival (SYD SOLO SET)
8/10-13/18 – San Francisco, CA @ Outside Lands
8/25-25/18 – Brooklyn, NY @ Afropunk
10/8/18 – Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre (with Gorillaz)
10/9/18 – Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre (with Gorillaz)
10/11/18 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center (with Gorillaz)
10/13/18 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center (with Gorillaz)
10/14/18 – Atlanta, GA @ Afropunk
10/16/18 – Chicago, IL @ United Center (with Gorillaz)
10/20/18 – Pico Rivera, CA @ Demon Days

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Beloved Festival: Transformative summer music experience Aug. 10-13 ft. Angelique Kidjo and Femi Kuti


Cultivating the Soul: Beloved Festival Builds Community with Powerful Sounds, Movement, and Conversations

This first phase of this year’s lineup announcement includes Angelique Kidjo and Femi Kuti, Trio Da Kali, Innov Gnawwa, Novalima, El Búho, Chancha Vía Circuito, Plantrae, and Kaleema.  

Forests think in decades, not hours. Beloved Festival, the annual gathering uniting eclectic music and ecstatic experience, thinks similarly, building community and building soil in the middle of the boreal rainforests of Oregon. Every year, the festival seeks out artists and movement teachers from around the world whose work speaks across boundaries, who can bridge broad divides yet keep an incisive edge. It hosts art that reveals all we have to learn from one another, in a space that mixes playfulness and thoughtfulness.

Past acts have included everything from Sufi devotional music to deep house, from West African desert blues to alt-Latin or Yemeni indie rock, all performing on a single stage to ensure focus and foster a unifying experience.Highlights include artists as diverse as Odesza, Beats Antique, Karshe Kale, Rising Appalachia, Les Nubians, Amadou & Miriam, Bombino, Vieux Farka Toure, DakhaBrakha, and King Sunny Ade.

“Beloved stands in between spirit and soul,” explains festival founder and artistic director Elliot Rasenick. “We try to create space for ecstatic, spiritual connection. We want to make this experience open for everyone, no matter where you’re from, and a festival setting is a great way to give people this opportunity.”

The festival stays true to this original mission, with substantial yoga and other spirit-centering practices and with electronic dance and world music designed to take listeners higher.

Beloved also hosts nationally and internationally renowned yoga teachers and other revered teachers of other spiritual disciplines and practices. They conduct workshops and sessions in stunning custom tents with a top-notch production and live music or DJ sets. All serves to elevate and expand, to heal and connect via the spirit.

Yet explorationation of spiritual heights is insufficient on its own. For Beloved and the community it has fostered over more than ten years have realized they need to address the soul, the deeper core of each person must be in contact with the depths of the struggles of humanity. “In its earlier years, Beloved focused explicitly on spirit, on ecstasy. However, as the festival has matured, it has been asked to be made whole and to get in touch with soul,” Rasenick says. “We’re choosing to go deeper, to be willing to have difficult conversations and to be engaged in the world. Spirit may not talk about rape or about gender and sexual violence. There is a spiritual plane where white supremacy and the painful inequities of a racist country get overlooked; and to make things whole in the world or in our own lives, we have to be in touch with soul, and to face the pain in the world..”

The festival stops programming at the very height of the excitement to address some of these issues of power and privilege, striving to create a safer space for people of all backgrounds. It asks the audience what it can do to foster more diversity and inclusion. It offers explicit food for thought about consent and white supremacy, hoping to help festival goers connect their personal experiences to the greater conversation on social justice and social justice movements.


For Beloved, the dedication to the soul doesn’t stop with the festival. “Outside of the festival, there’s a big opportunity to foster stronger relationships and trust between communities of color regarding our programming,” explains Dez Ramirez, Beloved Community Manager. “Part of Beloved taking a stance with social justice work is reaching out to these communities that are scared,angry, and hurt. We are working to let these communities know we are here to support them, and that we are working to do better in making our festival a safer, more inclusive space.”

Transforming values into action has become a central part of Beloved, beyond the excellent programming. The festival has banned single-use containers and utensils, coming up with a unique system to manage durables for food vendors. They have also found a way to compost all organic waste, from food scraps to poop, in a multi-year process that promises to return organic matter to the soil of the festival site, which was brutally clear cut several decades ago. “We’re rebuilding the soil in the forest, as we rebuild our connection to something beyond our everyday lives,” says Rasenick.

The multi-year arc of natural processes is mirrored in how Beloved sees its community. “We’ve worked to build out our perspective and to be a bit more clear  on things like diversity, equity and inclusion” says Ramirez. “A goal going forward is to make Beloved more accessible to marginalized folks that appreciate the festival world, or have a curiosity about it but don’t always feel comfortable in it. We’re working to address the why behind these issues.”

“Our festival has always been an experiment,” adds Rasenick, who first created Beloved to unite the global music and electronic dance music communities. “It’s a spiritual experiment and if some people feel they can’t participate fully, then the experiment fails. We want everyone involved. That, for us, is a successful festival.”

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