Emily Schade

The ultimate oxymoron: freelance writer, business consultant, creative spirit and strategic thinker.  


I specialize in writing about music and the many adventures it takes me on. 



Festival & Live Event Editor: The Sights & Sounds Music Magazine

Publicity: Unfolded PR - incl. Protocol Recordings, Armada Deep, Flamingo Recordings, Ultra Music, Spinnin' Records; Rephlektor Ink. - incl. Seven Lions, Josh Wink, Borgore, NERVO

Get in touch: schade.emily@gmail.com
The Sights And Sounds

[NEWS] CRSSD Announces Incredible Spring '16 Lineup - Odesza, Gesaffelstein, Chet Faker, Loco Dice, Claude VonStroke + More

San Diego’s CRSSD Festival is back with its best lineup yet for it’s Spring 2016 weekend. CRSSD has quickly established itself as the premiere boutique festival in California’s crowded market. With cutting edge talent bookings across the spectrum of underground electronic music in a chic SoCal setting, it spans the gap between garish, mainstream EDM events and the growing transformational festival movement.
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[NEWS] 5 Reasons Why You Must Go to Eric Prydz's EPIC 4.0

How soon is “soon”? This must be the most common complaint among Eric Prydz‘s super-fan following. Mr. Prydz– also known as Pryda, also known as Cirez D, also known as “Vader D” among his devoted techno followers–is notoriously enigmatic about his releases. He has been taunting us for months now about three massive announcements: his Cirez D EP, his original artist album, and–perhaps most importantly–EPIC 4.0.
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The #1 Rule of CRSSD Festival: Good Vibes Only

Southern California has played host to kandi-style raves and transfomational campout festivals for years now, but the space between has been decidedly blank. Enter CRSSD: less pretentious younger sibling of Coachella, friend of Desert Hearts, mentor of the Wonderlands.  CRSSD has solved the middle-ground issue by curating a festival where attendees can experience the local culture through an accessible urban setting while listening to forward-thinking electronic and alternative acts.
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[PREMIERE] Varien LP Review, Part 2: Four Women Bust Out Of Binary Love

[This is part 2 of our three part special series covering the exquisite as fuck new Varien LP. We thought music as complex and rich as this in its humanity deserved a likewise response. So we ditched the traditional 411 format and went for a creative approach. We wanted to show you where the music took us. And music this deep took us to surprising places. BUY THE LP ON ITUNES.] PART 2 INCLUDES THE VOICES OF FOUR OF OUR CIS-FEMALE WRITERS: Tabitha [T.NEUD10110.exe], Emily [E.SCHA10111.exe], Chelsea [C.RAE1101.exe], and Genevieve [G.COL1010.exe].
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