On the 31st, Tiny Waves premiered The Search for FMLY, a six minute mini-documentary on the spectacular and now legendary FMLY Fest and its primary organizers, Cameron Rath and Noah Klein, co-founders of the informal, but highly effective, FMLY artists collective that spawned the event. These guys have been doing some amazing things to pull their DIY parties to new levels of organization and spontaneous goodwill, so we couldn't be more excited to see them making more proper introductions.
FMLY Fest is far from your ordinary music festival, in many ways. It's the antithesis of the commercialized spectacle that we've all grown accustomed to. Festival goers are afforded a neutral territory free from the restraints and expectations of the traditional concert experience. FMLY stresses the importance of building communities as opposed to icons. We had the great pleasure to chat with the founders of FMLY, Cameron Rath and Noah Klein, about the origin and essence of FMLY, and what we can expect in the future. (via Tiny Waves)Keep up on the pair's plans for FMLY Fest 2012 via their event tumblr.