BURNING MAN FESTIVAL
Art Department, Blud, Shaun Reeves, and the vocals of Damian Lazarus, give us “Robot Heart,” influenced by the notorious desert parties. The Robot Heart events at Burning Man have been considered as the best parties on earth by Rolling Stone magazine and draws in thousands of participants each year.
Techno/house twosome, Art Department have teamed up with Shaun Reeves, who all experienced Burning Man for the first time together, to bring us their new release “Robot Heart,” also enlisting the vocals of Damian Lazarus. Lazarus wrote and recorded the vocals for the record, after it was finished in the studio.
There is something undeniably unique about the total loss of inhibition that is fostered by the festival experience. It is a force that brings like-minded people together and continues to captivate millions. For a weekend festival-goers separate themselves from mainstream ideals and focus on art, music and culture.
When Burning Man founder Larry Harvey limited ticket sales for the 2012 event, thousands of veteran and artist attendees were left out, and rumors swirled that Burning Man would end this year. But fear not, the transformative festival experience is far from over. Lucidity Music Festival, located in Live Oak Camp in Santa Barbara, is filling the Burning Man niche and then some.