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Alisha Graefe

Alisha Graefe
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General Manager of the University Pulse, producer of Closet Under the Stairs and Boise Locals Only and lover of all things music.

The Rockstar Mayhem Festival is a unique festival experience. The festival travels the United States every summer with a myriad of hardcore and alternative acts. This year’s festival featured huge acts like Slayer, King Diamond, Hellyeah and The Devil Wears Prada.

We sent local photographer, Adam Wright to Rockstar Mayhem Fest 2015 this year to photograph and interview some of the bands traveling through Boise, ID on July, 1st. Check out his interview with Andy Trick of The Devil Wears Prada.

 

The Devil Wears Prada
By Adam Wright

The Rockstar Mayhem Festival is a unique festival experience. The festival travels the United States every summer with a myriad of hardcore and alternative acts. This year’s festival featured huge acts like Slayer, King Diamond and Hellyeah.

We sent local photographer, Adam Wright to Rockstar Mayhem Fest 2015 this year to photograph and interview some of the bands traveling through Boise, ID on July, 1st. Check out his photos of the hardcore, Christian Ohio band, The Devil Wears Prada.

Find TDWP:

http://www.tdwpband.com/

http://twitter.com/TDWPband

http://www.instagram.com/tdwpband

Find the Rockstar Mayhem Festival:

http://rockstarmayhemfest.com/

http://rockstarmayhemfest.com/dates

The University Pulse has teamed up with Adam Wright Media. Adam Wright is a local musician, photographer and videographer. He has started the In The Valley Sessions which highlights local and touring bands with a special acoustic performance set in miscellaneous Boise locations.

In this In The Valley Session, Caleb of Sinai Vessel performed “Died On My Birthday” in downtown Boise after their show at the High Note Cafe.

The University Pulse has teamed up with Adam Wright Media. Adam Wright is a local musician, photographer and videographer. He has started the In The Valley Sessions which highlights local and touring bands with a special acoustic performance set in miscellaneous Boise locations.

In this In The Valley Session, Topshelf Record’s Prawn performed two songs in Boise’s Hyde Park district.

The University Pulse has teamed up with Adam Wright Media. Adam Wright is a local musician, photographer and videographer. He has started the In The Valley Sessions which highlights local and touring bands with a special acoustic performance set in miscellaneous Boise locations.

In this In The Valley Session, local Boise folk punker, John Primrose, performs a Thermals cover and an original song, “Lost Boy” at Castle Rock in Boise.

The University Pulse has teamed up with Adam Wright Media. Adam Wright is a local musician, photographer and videographer. He has started the In The Valley Sessions which highlights local and touring bands with a special acoustic performance set in miscellaneous Boise locations.

This session features the talented Joey Vannucchi of From Indian Lakes. Joey sat down to perform “Ghost” off of their album Absent Sounds before their Treefort Music Festival performance.

 

The University Pulse has teamed up with Adam Wright Media. Adam Wright is a local musician, photographer and videographer. He has started the In The Valley Sessions which highlights local and touring bands with a special acoustic performance set in miscellaneous Boise locations.

This session features the talented Kevin Devine. He took time from his busy tour schedule with Kevin Devine and the Goddamn Band, DADS and Field Mouse to perform “Now: Navigate!” and “Private First Class” in front of the Linen Building in downtown Boise.

 

The annual Treefort Music Fest will be taking over downtown Boise, March 25-29th. The University Pulse has attended the festival each year and we all get more and more excited about it every year!

Counting down to the festival, we will be posting different events you should be aware of during the crazy, hectic and joyful week of Treefort.

Here is Part I of the list of bands/artists you should run (or quickly walk) through the streets to find: