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Lord Huron’s Strange Trails out today

LORD HURON’S STRANGE TRAILS OUT NOW ON IAMSOUND RECORDS   SUMMER TOUR DATES CONFIRMED INCLUDING LOLLAPALOOZA AND NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL   NPR’S “ALL THINGS CONSIDERED” FEATURE AIRS   LIMITED-EDITION COMIC BOOK BASED ON “THE WORLD ENDER” PREVIEWS AT VICE’S THE [...]

April 7, 2015 Arts, Arts Reviews, comics, Culture, Fiction, Music

D RANDALL BLYTHE: SHOW ME WHAT YOU’RE MADE OF

LAMB OF GOD Vocalist Announces Special Photography Exhibition May 2nd – June 30th at Sacred Gallery NYC   D. Randall Blythe – Richmond, Virginia-based author, photographer, actor, music critic, composer and vocalist of Grammy-nominated, chart-topping heavy metal band LAMB OF [...]

April 6, 2015 Arts, Arts Reviews, Culture, Gallery, Social

REVENGE OF THE MEKONS Screening For Posts Against Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act

REVENGE OF THE MEKONS, NEW DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE CULT ROCK GROUP, SCREENING AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY’S RYDER FILM SERIES APRIL 10-13 ANNOUNCE FREE ENTRY FOR ANYONE WHO POSTS ANTI-DISCRIMINATORY HASHTAGS AGAINST RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT   After a successful run at New York’s [...]

April 3, 2015 Arts, Arts Reviews, Culture, Music, REEL REPORT • Film, Social

Lulacruza Unearth Their Fourth Full-Length Album, ‘Orcas’

“It’s a collection of songs about the risk and vulnerability of falling in love: falling in love with another, falling in love with the chaotic beauty of nature, and the ultimate need to fall in love with one’s self…” Sometimes [...]

March 26, 2015 Arts, Arts Reviews, Music

TORRES SHARES NEW SONG, “SPRINTER,” OFF NEW ALBUM, VIA NPR

Georgia-bred, Brooklyn-based performer and songwriter TORRES (aka Mackenzie Scott) waits until an idea, an emotion, a memory-gnaws at her, tearing at her fingers and throat, until she releases it in song. Her husky voice strains against its human biological constraints [...]

March 25, 2015 Arts, Arts Reviews, Culture, Music, Reviews

COMING DOWN, A SHORT FILM BY EMMY AWARD NOMINATED DIRECTOR FRANCESCO CARROZZINI

STARRING SINGTANK’S JOSEPHINE AND ALEXANDRE DE LA BAUME WATCH “COMING DOWN” “Coming Down” is the exciting result of a collaboration between critically acclaimed film innovator, Francesco Carrozzini, the much feted actress and singer Josephine de le Baume, who, alongside her [...]

March 25, 2015 Arts, Arts Reviews, Culture, Features, REEL REPORT • Film, Reviews

“DEAD INSIDE” BEGINS THE JOURNEY OF ‘DRONES’

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23, 2015 – MUSE today announced that they will release the first official single, “Dead Inside” today, March 23rd as the song premieres on radio stations across the globe. Says lead singer Matt Bellamy, “This is where the [...]

March 23, 2015 Arts, Arts Reviews, Culture, Music, Nerd News

RYLEY WALKER’S “PRIMROSE GREEN” VIA “NPR MUSIC’S FIRST LISTEN”

Ryley Walker’s highly anticipated Dead Oceans’ debut, Primrose Green, is currently streaming all week long via NPR Music’s First Listen ahead of its March 31st release. Ryley didn’t have much time to write this LP, so some of it he [...]

March 23, 2015 Arts, Arts Reviews, Culture, Music, Reviews
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE Tour 2014

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE Tour 2014

November 20 2014 7:30 pm Times-Union Center – Moran Theater SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE Tour 2014 shimmied its way into Jax on Thursday to a packed house. The diverse audience of women, men (more than I anticipated seeing), [...]

November 22, 2014 Arts Reviews