Sensible Reason: A Millennial Culture website for your life. – Music | Art | Politics | Everything
Binghamtronica Entertainment Services
Binghamtronica Entertainment Services offers a full range of a la carte services including: artist management, event promotion and marketing, public relations, social media management and consulting, event planning and coordination, and more. Find us on Facebook.
Binghamtronica Productions Group
BPG is a multimedia collective bringing music and art to audiences all around the northeast. BPG has been hosting events since 2009 and hopes to continue bringing quality entertainment to the masses. We have a strong commitment to public servie with portions of the proceeds to our events being donated to nonprofit organizations like HeadCount.org and OxFam America. All of our staff volunteer their time and services to further our goals of good will and community action.
Binghamronica II presented by OxFam and HeadCount
– all of the proceeds went to benefit HeadCount and OxFam’s Tsunami Relief Fund for Japan
After helping to put some finishing touches on Sensible Reason’s GROW: Psychedelic Garden, I finally went to sleep around 7am on Friday morning. Four hours later I awoke with the sun and the sounds of happy festy goers trying to figure out the dynamics of their tent. Stumbling over to the Sensible Reason Pavilion, I was […]
Thank you so much to everyone who supported the GROW: Psychedelic Garden at Mint Green music festival! Sensible Reason had a blast while listening to ConArtist and Ink Line, smoking a 5ft brass hooka in our Sensible Reason hooka lounge, opening our minds with the Psychedelic Ballet, or making beautiful t-shirts at the Oxfam booth. […]
The GROW: Psychedelic Garden is coming to Mint Green Music Festival this weekend and everyone’s getting excited. But do you know where the name of the garden actually come from? GROW is Oxfam America’s current campaign to find sustainable solutions to ending hunger. Unlike most organizations, which have no clear path to ending hunger and […
The Psy~Ballet is an interactive experience put on by ZEN~*~KITTY Creations that will be performed in the GROW: Psychedelic Garden at Mint Green Music Festival this Friday and Saturday, August 24 & 25. The visionary guide and director, Alanna Michtavy, has cleverly developed a way to evoke conscious awakenings through a presentation of various art forms […]
Officially OutRageUs is a team of dynamic videographers who will be recording interviews, testimonials, and shows in the GROW: Psychedelic Garden at the Mint Green Music Festival. I asked Justin Parkinson of Officially OutRageUs to tell me a little bit about their history and what to expect from them at the fest. Here’s what he had to […]
Officially OutRageUs sat down to talk with Curt Heiny of Archnemesis, at Binghamtronica Music and Arts Festival. This is the second installment of a three part series, from Binghamtronica III. This insightful mashup interview covers everything from Archnemesis’ most recent tour, to how the guys like to find time to interact with their fans while on the road and at home. We could tell you more […]
In early February I found myself thinking about Binghamtronica III; what it would be like and what I could do as an artist to enhance the experience. Deciding the only way to do this was to bring my A game and take it to the next level by way of another universe, I added an new program […]
In its third year, Binghamtronica Music and Arts Festival really turned up the heat. With art and installations in every direction, a killer lineup [BoomBox, Archnemesis, Horizon Wireless, SOLARiS, Ink Line and ConArtist] and SICK stage setup paired with lots and lots of love and good vibes, this year’s production blew the first two out […]
Officially OutRageUs is a small video production based out of Utica specializing in live performance coverage. To date we have covered Rusko, Conspirator, Jeff Bujak, Liquid Stranger, Archnemesis and in the next month alone will be shooting Bass Nectar, Laid Back Luke and Steve Aoki. We also shoot locally around the Upstate New York area. […]
Once a year, usually around this point, I start getting that festival itch, that nagging voice in the back of my head longing for a lineup or two to be released. However, this year it hit me: I don’t have to wait until June to get my festy fill! It’s time to get amped […]
Come get down to 6+ HOURS of some of the freshest electronic acts that the north east has to offer. Tickets are $20, there is reentry as well as an area with vendors and LIVE painters. For TICKETS email GSarafan@gmail.com.
100% of proceeds go to Oxfam America and Headcount.