Hollywood filmmaker and music supervisor Jamelle Adisa is the guest artist for Weatherford College’s Spring Songwriters Showcase “Time and Compassion” scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 3 at the Alkek Fine Arts Center. This free event is hosted by WC’s Jazz Studies Department. “We shape the future of our communityRead More →

Download/Stream ‘Closer (feat. HER): https://Saweetie.lnk.to/CloserCREDITS:Director: Hannah Lux DavisProducer: Brandon Bonfigliio / Collin Druz Production Company: London AlleyThanks to Schutz for being included in the video . type in to get your own Schutz shoes here: https://bit.ly/34ThngX❄️ICY GANG❄️Press Saweetie to get exclusive access to music, merchandising and more! Text +1 (510)Read More →

baron ryanan astoundingly talented pianist and composer, is perhaps the most perfect person ever chosen to play in “hipstoric” Blackhawk Hotel in downtown Davenport. The son of two musicians (including his father, professional pianist Donald), he grew up in an Oklahoma home filled with the sounds of artists ranging fromRead More →

LUBBOCK, Texas (Press release) – First Friday Art Trail, a community program of LHUCA, is a free, self-guided public art event that brings together artists and the community for an evening of art, live music, food and fun. This month’s art trail will take place rain or shine on Friday,Read More →

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On August 1, 1981, the switch was flipped and the revolution began. “Ladies and gentlemen,” intoned a deep, “rock’n’roll” male voice. It was at this time that a brand new channel named MTV – short for Music Television – was launched in New Jersey. Its mission was simple: deliver theRead More →

When Bloc Party returned last year, announcing sixth album ‘Alpha Games’ with lead single ‘Traps’, you might have quickly checked your calendar to see if it was 2021 or 2005. An indie banger reminiscent of the breakthrough years of the band, if you thought the return to the heavier soundRead More →

Around this time they began work on their first and only record, which would eventually be released by IRS, the same label as the Go-Go’s and REM. They recorded at Paramount Studios late at night, on the cheap, with producer EJ Emmons, whose goal was to faithfully translate the energyRead More →

Name: Jack Corbett Age: 25 Hometown: Granville, Ohio Currently lives: A two-bedroom apartment in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles that he shares with a roommate. Fame claim: Mr. Corbett is an assistant producer on the NPR show “Planet Money,” which creates chaotic and carefully unpolished videos about theRead More →

Photo-Illustration: Bordered: Photo: Danielle Barthélemy New YorkThe “21 Questions” column is back with an eye on New York creatives. Laurie Simmons is an American artist, photographer, and filmmaker whose work tells stories of the inner lives of her characters in domestic settings she creates in dollhouses or other interiors ofRead More →

kings of death were formed from the ashes of the decimation of the live music industry by the global pandemic. Guitarist Mike “Muerto” Gantzer (Aqueous), bassist Ryan “Little King” Stasik (Umphrey’s McGee), and drummer Mikey “Ox” Carubba (formerly of Turkuaz) channeled their incandescent rage into the new punk/metal project, whichRead More →

“Song of the Second Moon” was based on a rhythmic pulse and incorporated tape manipulation and several Ondes Martenots. He predicted the seething sound that became associated with Jean-Jacques Perry and presaged the machine beat that Giorgio Moroder incorporated into his Donna Summer productions. It is also echoed in theRead More →

Black Artist Database partners with Ableton to offer up to 1,200 black artists free music production master class. Black Artist Database, a crowdfunding platform dedicated to supporting black artists, labels and music producers, previously offered free courses in partnership with the popular digital audio workstation company in October 2021. TheRead More →

MIAMI, February 8, 2022 /CNW/ – Kicking off the year with a trifecta of congratulations, talented Colombian singer-songwriter and multi-platinum talent Sebastian yatrainterpretation of the song “DOS ORUGUITAS” (“TWO TRACKS”) from The Walt Disney Animation Film “ENCANTO” receives the coveted Oscar nomination for “Best Original Song”. This follows recent nodsRead More →

Devoleena Bhattacharjee and Vishal Singh recently left fans confused with their ‘commitment’ post. The actors have now revealed that this is an announcement for their upcoming music video. Just like Neha Kakkar’s pregnancy thing, Devoleena Bhattacharjee-Vishal Singh’s engagement news was for a music video. Do you remember Neha Kakkar’s viralRead More →

JEFFERSON CITY — The 101st Missouri General Assembly is in full swing, with legislators fighting to turn their bills into laws before the session ends in May. Boone County’s six legislators — two Democrats and four Republicans — are working on their bills, as well as trying to block legislationRead More →

Blackpink’s music video for “Ddu-du Ddu-du” surpassed 1.8 billion views on YouTube on Tuesday. [YG ENTERTAINMENT] With over 1.8 billion views, Blackpink’s “Ddu-du Ddu-du” became the most-watched K-pop music video on YouTube on Tuesday. “This is the first time that a K-pop group’s music video has garnered 1.6 billion views,”Read More →