The JamBase List | Top Video Moments From Aura 2014

By Scott Bernstein Feb 20, 2014 7:50 am PST

The 5th annual AURA Music & Arts Festival was held this past weekend at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL. Under crisp, clear skies the festival stayed true to its mission and showcased some of the best regional and national touring bands in the underground jam community and live-electronic scene.

Our friends at CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS in conjunction with M.A.D put together some video highlights from the event.

Stokeswood is an incredibly unique, Atlanta-based rock band with infectious energy and unpredictable live performances -as proven here with their Tribute Set to Hall & Oates:

New Orleans funk rockers The Revivalists, led by front man David Shaw, brought an array of sounds from pedal steel to horns to the Amphitheater Stage early Friday evening:

Melding progressive rock with psychedelia, folk with electronica, and dance music with jam, Papadosio has certainly spread the sound of exultation in their music:

The Joey Porter & Friends Super Jam was a funky, electronica-driven display of impromptu jam as none of the members had ever performed together:

High-energy psychedelic funksters Pigeons Playing Ping Pong opened up the Amphitheater Stage on Saturday afternoon:

Dopapod invited Mike Dillon & Carly Meyers to punk out to the Dead Kennedys’ “Holiday In Cambodia”:

The new incarnation of Particle featuring Clay Parnell (Brothers Past & BioDiesel) & Brandon Draper along with mainstay Steve Molitz rock out to Pink Floyd’s “Have A Cigar”:

The Heavy Pets jazz trio side-project, Lather Up!, along with The Motet’s Joey Porter & Rob Compa from Dopapod play some hippie jazz in the Brotherly Love Productions Vibe Tent:

Conspirator amazed on the Porch Stage on Saturday night. Here is their full set:

The energetic joy and catharsis of a Lotus show is infectious. Watch Lotus perform “Flower Sermon” to close out the Amphitheater Stage on Saturday night:

Here’s a full playlist containing 50+ videos from 18 bands for more than 13 hours of music from AURA ’14:

Written By: Adam Firtel

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