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Unleash Your Downward Dog at Wanderlust Squaw Valley

April 4, 2014
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We’re always excited for Wanderlust. It’s one of the events we most look forward to all year and lucky for us, it’s right in our backyard. So many festivals have pushed the
music as the primary draw while including yoga and wellness as a side note, but not Wanderlust! While the first few years sported heavy a musical line-up, featuring headliners such as Sharon Jones, Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, Michael Franti and The Wailers, Wanderlust has curated its own vibe by inviting yoga teachers from across the nation to teach yogis of all ability levels in the surreally beautiful Squaw Valley.


Caravan Palace captivates crowd at Wanderlust
Caravan Palace captivates crowd at Wanderlust

When Wanderlust was initially announced in 2009, I anticipated a very haughty-taughty crowd. Would they turn their noses up because we don’t have yoga pants, or that we didn’t know our brand of yoga mat (someone had to tell us!), or our downward dog wasn’t perfect? Turned out, that was not the case at all. Not only are the organizers great, but the yogis and music fans who come together for this event make it truly special. I began seeing a dramatic change in myself after beginning about yoga in early 2011 and I truly believe my participation in Wanderlust 2010 was important in it’s cultivation. In addition to the really nice people, organizers and instructors, the exposure to classes like  Budokan yoga, Slackline yoga, Backbends and Inversions … or even ridiculously fun classes like Seane Corn’s “Lite FM” (a class which featured all music and love songs of the 1970’s and 1980’s) has enamored us more with the practice. The diversity of classes ensure someone attending Wanderlust can be  as serious or light-hearted as they choose.


The music, workshops, speakers and yoga line-ups are top notch for Wanderlust 2014. DJ Krush and The Polyphonic Spree on the bill satisfy our “always have wanted to see yet haven’t” craving. Then a few of our favorites … RJD2, Big Gigantic and Thriftworks add in the “wows,” “whomps” and “what!?” In the non-musical landscape, we are looking forward to Roman Torgovitsky’s Soma System, Schuyler Grant’s Kula Flow, Eion Finn’s Blissology, ChiRunning with Steve Mackel, ELMNTL Fitness, and Yin Yoga with Liza Dousson…just to name a few! We are still reading up on all the enormous offerings Wanderlust offers.


Wanderlust founder Jeff Krasno answered a few questions for us about Wanderlust 2014
FB: What was the original inspiration for Wanderlust?

JK: The original inspiration came from going to Costa Rica on my wife’s (Schuyler’s) yoga retreat. There, we learned that people loved to travel, to be with like-minded community, to practice yoga in beautiful places, to eat good food, to drink a little wine and listen and dance to music. We asked ourself could we make this experience work for 4000 people instead of just 20?

FB: What could a person who practices yoga very casually receive from Wanderlust?

JK: We want to make yoga fun and accessible. Sure, we have a lot of very accomplished teachers. But many of the classes at Wanderlust are beginner / intermediate. I think the emphasis on music within the classes makes the yoga experience something that everyone can really enjoy.

FB: Your first year was a tough one! Besides bad timing of Franti’s appendix bursting, what other things did you learn that first year that has improved following years?

JK: In the first year, we ran a yoga event and music festival concurrently and, in some ways, split the audience. We learned that yoga, hiking, lectures, rafting, running formed the daytime meal of the festival and music was the nighttime desert.  

FB: Do you have any input in the music? Anyone you’ve really wanted that hasn’t been able to get on the festival?

JK: I personally booked every single act for years. Now, I defer to a younger staff that is more familiar with the cool, new acts. That being said, there are some acts that I have been working on for years. Caravan Palace was one of them. I finally made it happen last year. Fat Freddy’s Drop, a New Zealand-based dub band, is another band I’ve been chasing for years.

FB: Caravan Palace was amazing! I was very happy to see them on the line-up when it was announced. Are we back to music in the parking lot again at night or in the yoga tent? Was there any particular reason you all cut the parking lot stage out? (btw we loved the musc in the yoga tent!)

JK: The idea for 2013 model was to cluster more people in and around the village and to create a seamless nighttime experience that spanned the main tent, the tea tent and a smaller DJ stage. We like the idea that a guest can wander and discover different experience and not be confined within a tradition gated venue. We spent all this time and effort making a beautiful yoga tent and then it sat there empty at night — that didn’t make much sense.

FB: Anything you would like to add to Wanderlust?

JK: A truly next level food experience.


Wanderlust is July 17th-20th in Squaw Valley, California. For tickets, complete class schedule, lodging, camping and all information visit Keep an eye out as Fresh Bakin’ has partnered with Reno Tahoe Tonight and The Bounce Festival to give away some Sage passes and music-only tickets. CLICK ON PHOTO BELOW TO ENTER!


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LowRIDERz, The Black 22s, Girl Friday at Ruby Room (San Diego)

April 18, 2013

EVENT:  lowRIDERz, The Black 22s, Girl Friday
LOCATION: The Ruby Room, 1271 University Ave, San Diego CA
DATE:  Friday May 17, 2013
TIME:  10:00 PM
TICKETS:   21+, $15 advance  $20 door

Quitsleep, Madero and Fresh Bakin’ present

(an-ten-nae, DJ Laura and Auberon)
The Black 22s
Girl Friday

LowRIDERz is a living legends trio stirring up music hungry populations across the country with their wicked chemistry and nasty bass bombs. Comprised of the musical talents of an-ten-nae, DJ Laura, and Auberon the group is known world wide for their 808s and bass music style. An*Ten*Nae is one of San Francisco’s most sought after DJs and live performers. He has taken the art of live remixing to new heights with his own customized setup, that bends genres in ways seldom heard. This sound is called Acid Crunk, and there are no rules, no restraints in its quest for pure BASS devastation. Oakland’s DJ Laura has been DJing and producing for last decade and has made her mark on the west coast underground with her distinctive hyphy beats mixed so low you can literally feel it.

Tickets available at The Ruby Room, M-Theory Music, and


Live artists and vendors TBA.

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Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation at SPIN, San Diego April 27 2013

April 3, 2013

EVENT:   ROB GARZA of Thievery Corporation Treavor Moontribe Omega Squad Arkon
LOCATION:   SPIN 2028 Hancock Street San Diego, CA
DATE:  APRIL 27th, 2013
TIME:   10:00PM
TICKETS:  21+, $15 advance, $20 day of show


On Saturday April 27th 2013, Fresh Bakin’, QuitSleep and Wobble Events are celebrating Wobble’s 2 Year anniversary with a special night of music featuring Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation, Treavor Moontribe, Omega Squad, and more at SPIN nightclub in San Diego.

As one half of electronic music pioneers/producers Thievery Corporation, Rob Garza has been at the forefront of music for over a decade and a half, traveling the globe performing, remixing, djing, recording and composing. In just the past year Garza has performed everywhere from Hong Kong, to Bali, to Robot Heart at Burning Man, to Canadian festival Shambhala. Focusing his music toward Nu-Disco, Deep House, and “Cosmic Boogie,” his music is groove oriented with international influence throughout its rhythms.

Treavor Moontribe is one of the founders of the Los Angeles based “Moontribe Collective” and its legendary full moon desert gatherings who is a renowned DJ and music producer.  He is a notable member of down tempo gurus Desert Dwellers, together with partners Amani Friend and Rara Avis, who have been wowing audiences across the United States and Canada with their unique flavor of international fusion.

The Omega Squad looks to blend high energy breaks and house beats. Comprised of Brian Millar and Skandar, the pair has been producing a string of top-ten UK and US label hard dance tracks globe trotting performances to far flung countries such as China, Jordan, and Ghana.

Upstairs will feature music hosted by Bass Tribe including Z00keeper, Datphat, MathMatix, and Galangst.

This music event will start at 10PM. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 day of show and are available, M-Theory Music and

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April 3, 2013





Beats Antique, Rob Garza, BoomBox, GRiZ among 100+ Acts to Perform


Fresh Bakin’ is pleased to announce Phase 1 of The Bounce Festival’s 2013 Line-up. The 4-day festival will take place at new, enhanced location in Twain, CA from June 20-24, 2013.

After discovering gorgeous new festival grounds nestled in California’s Feather River Valley, Fresh Bakin’ and The Bounce have chosen to expand the 5th annual Bounce Festival to accommodate more music, camping, and magic. On June 20th – 24th, the wilds of gold mining country in Twain, CA will be transformed into one of California’s most intimate and ecstatic expressions of festival culture.

Featuring a lineup aimed to melt genre horizons through top quality artistry, appearances from festival favorites like Beats Antique, Thievery Corporation’s Rob Garza, LowRiderZ, and Mark Farina will be rounded out by up-and-coming talent such as GRiZ, The Polish Ambassador, nguzunguzu and Wick-It the Instigator. Phase 2 artists will be announced on April 15, 2013.

Tickets for The Bounce include 3 days and nights of camping & onsite parking, and unlimited access to all performances. Ticket additions for Early Arrival, Car Camping, & RV Camping are also available.

The countdown to The Bounce begins on Saturday, April 20th, in Reno, NV, when Fresh Bakin presents The Bounce Pre-Party to heat up the festival community with music from Stanton Warriors, Love and Light, Jpod the Beat Chef, The Pilot, & more. Visit for more information.


Returning festival goers will find their beloved beach stage better than ever before, and the river just as refreshing. Expanded campgrounds will echo with both electronic and live music from multiple stages, produced by the foremost event promoter in the Reno/Tahoe area.  First class production and art will arrive from all over California, with special places held for the recipients of festival art grants. A large vending village is forming to provide delicious food and wares representative of the West Coast’s creative culture. Participants are invited to build upon this foundation of festival hallmarks through Street Team, Volunteer, Art, and new Wellness programs.

Discover more information at


(Alphabetical Order)



Ana Sia


Bart and Baker

Bass Science

Benjah Ninjah

Beats Antique

Black Rock City Allstars

Break Science


Brass Tax

Buster Blue

Clicks And Whistles

Co. Fee

Coop da Loop

Crush Effect & Vokab Kompany

Cut La Whut?

David Starfire

Delta Nove

DJ CarlO



dubbel dutch

El Papa Chango


Fort Knox Five


G Jones




Hamm FM


JPOD the Beat Chef


Justin Martin


Knight Riderz

Little John

Love and Light

LowRiderZ (an-ten-nae, DJ Laura and Auberon)


Manic Focus

Mark Farina

micah j

Miss Cooper

Mojo Green

Most Custom

My Flag is On Fire


Natasha Kmeto




Paul Basic




The Polish Ambassador

Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation


Smasheltooth & Andrew the Pirate


SUBLMNL Sound System

Super Tall Paul


The Rhino

Tim Herrlein, Grant Kaye and Justin Levi


Unlimited Aspect

The Utility Players

Wax Romeo

Who Cares

Wick-It the Instigator

Zach Rawlinson

Zeb Early







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OOAH, PRSN, MK Ultra at The Ruby Room

January 31, 2013

Fresh Bakin’ and QuitSleep present a very special post Valentine’s Day Event

EVENT:  OOAH (of the Glitch Mob, PantyRaid) PRSN and MKUltra
LOCATION: The Ruby Room 1271 University Avenue San Diego, CA
DATE: Fri. February 15th, 2013
TIME: 10:00 PM
TICKETS:  21+, $20

OOAH gained notoriety as one-third of bass superstars The Glitch Mob  and one-half of purple music blasting PANTyRAID both massive acts in  the bass scene known for high-quality production and mind blowing  live performances. Taking influences from hip-hop, rock and experimental electronic genres, OOAH and The Glitch Mob crafted a new form of  futuristic dance music. Their wicked combination of ferocious bass,  neck-snapping drums and complex melodies has earned them a worldwide  grassroots fanbase. This show at the Ruby Room is a special one-off  performance for OOAH and a special treat for true bass music fans

PRSN takes a new approach to electronic music with his downtempo,  bass heavy, soulful hip hop remixes and original productions. Few musicians manage to make slow jams for a club dance floor, PRSN is one  of them. A west coast act that is quickly gaining popularity in  Portland, Tahoe, and into Northern and Southern California he leaves  crowds fiending for an encore.

From Main stages to the renegade soundsystems, San Diego’s own MK  Ultra is a constant when it comes to elevating the game to the next  level and always an event favorite. With roots in Drum and Bass he  has shared the stage with heavy hitters in that genre, but his versatile ability is dancefloor proven, whether it be his blend of futuristic  Glitch and Mid-Tempo or straight forward 808 Trap vibrations.

These three incredible acts will perform for what is expected to be a sell-out crowd at San Diego’s Ruby Room on Friday February 15th.  To  guarantee entry purchase tickets online now at,, The Ruby Room and M-Theory Music.



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