Rumors of the death of the album as an art form have been circulating for a long time, at least as far back as 2000, when Spin magazine declared their Album of the Year as “Your Hard Drive.”
On a clear, humid, moonlit evening last Saturday, the 12 Monkeys Music Hall & Pub was the world, and The Ransom Collective, its center.
For a local label that’s become synonymous with crafting menswear that is at equal lengths thoughtful, dark, and straightforwardly masculine, The Artisan’s latest project looks — or more appropriately, feels — pleasantly surprising.
There are now more than 10 sexual harassment allegations against comedian Bill Cosby, some dating all the way back to 1969.
There’s something about being home on a weekend that scares some people. Call it FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) or being accused of being an introvert (which isn’t a bad thing, to be honest); some of us are just itching to make our weekly two-day vacation count.
English rock band Bastille took over the local airwaves with their electrifying hit Pompeii.
We want to share with our market how alive our local visual arts scene is and how we are very much inspired by it,” Artwork’s Tinay Villamiel tells us. “We hope to inspire them with this collection too.”
After almost giving us a heart attack last December, Queen B once again serves up a jolt to the senses — this time through a low-budget video for new song 7/11 that’s got everybody ***Flawless and shaking what their momma gave them.
History tells us that a lot of great musicians incubated their talent while still in school, and it is often the interaction between young student musicians that sets sparks flying. The Apo Hiking Society, for example, or the Eraserheads, came to be while they were preparing for the “real world” in their respective universities.