January 21

UK Contemporary Jazz Artist Fiona Ross Spotlights Self-Worth in Brave and Beautiful “Good Enough”

“Red Flags and High Heels is her fifth studio album, and she continues to deliver exceptional libretto across an emotional spectrum.”  – Kind of Jazz “Packed full of tantalizing, self-reflective penned lyrics that are both personally and very much of our time” –  Jazz in Europe “…a true artist who has dedicated a lifetime to […]

January 21

Condor Matador Celebrates a Happy Return from Feeling Blah with “The ’90s Song”

Namechecking Cher, ABBA, Green Day, The Verve… It’s Montreal Pop Artist CONDOR MATADOR Celebrating a Happy Return from Feeling Blah with “The ’90s Song” Song Lands Ahead of Forthcoming Album, Dirty Thirty Watch “The 90s Song (Official)” via YouTube Here Sometimes the only way to feel happy again is to just fake it ‘till you […]

January 21

I MIGHT BE DEAD BY TOMORROW by Steve Patry – now available in DVD and VOD

  I MIGHT BE DEAD BY TOMORROW by Steve Patry An authentic encounter with the survivors of the streets  Now available in DVD and VOD Montreal-Les Films du 3 Mars and Les Films de l’Autre are pleased to announce the DVD and VOD release of documentary I Might Be Dead By Tomorrow by Steve Patry (From Prisons to Prisons, Waseskun), a film that introduces […]

January 21

LA’s Most Popular Art Fair Returned Yesterday With Environmentally Focused Programming, Gallery Favorites, and Trends In Digital Art! 

LA Art Show Returns! HOURS FOR THIS WEEK Thursday, January 20, 2022 12pm – 8pm Friday, January 21, 2022 12pm – 8pm Saturday, January 22, 2022 10am – 8pm (Early entry, VIP Red Card and Opening Night Ticket) 12pm – 8pm (General Admission) Sunday, January 23, 2022 10am – 6pm (Early entry, VIP Red Card and Opening Night […]

January 21

Lessons by Ian McEwan Coming this Fall

Lessons by Ian McEwanComing this Fall Both epic and intimate, the story of one man’s life across generations and historical upheavals: a deeply affecting novel about love, loss, ambition, and resolution from the best-selling author of Atonement. When the world is still counting the cost of the Second World War and the Iron Curtain has closed, eleven-year-old […]

January 20

Open Mind program with Nina Kraus, PhD, author of the groundbreaking new book, OF SOUND MIND: How Our Brain Constructs a Meaningful Sonic World. 

Monday, February 7–5:00 PM – 6:00 PM PST Registration is required for this free live private Zoom event. Please join The Friends of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA and the Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital Board of Advisors for a fascinating Open Mind program with Nina Kraus, PhD, author of the groundbreaking new book, OF SOUND MIND: How […]

January 20

Annapolis, MD Spellbinding Rocker DRACULA JACKSON Wants To Be Together with “Apart”

Watch “Apart (Official)” via YouTube Here There’s no better time to want to be Together than when you feel “Apart,” which is why the lead single off the brand new album from Dracula Jackson couldn’t have landed at a better point in human history, when both feelings are churning inside of each of us simultaneously. […]

January 20

Jay Feelbender drops single #3 – BIG GAME – Feb. 18

FEELING ITJay Feelbender’s break-out EP, ENTER THE MIRROR  and new single, BIG GAME reflects on his life Single and Video Drops February 18, 2022 Jay Feelbender – Photo by: Movsar Asuev   @neatmeet BIG GAME video, directed by Ingrid Veninger, The artistic gene is an unpredictable thing. As a child, alt-pop artist Jay Feelbender looked like a future […]

January 20

Swedish Pop Outfit The Magnettes Have Created a “Monster”

Watch “Monster (Official)” via YouTube Here Swedish pop outfit The Magnettes have created a “Monster” with the unleashing of their certifiable electro banger of a new single — available now! With an 80s flair, mangled with a Dragonette-vibe, a rushing dance party pounds out of your speakers with experimental pop, exciting instrumentation, and a marching […]

January 20

BEST YOUNG WOMAN JOB BOOK by Emma Healey

A witty, soulful memoir about trying to make a living under the burden of unwelcome truths. Emma Healey just wants to be a writer. As a teenager, she is introduced by her actor/playwright mother to the role of “standardized patient,” performing illness as a living training dummy for medical students. In university, she joins a […]

January 19

The Mexican Feature FAUNA by Nicolás Pereda  Is the Winner of the Cinema Tropical Award for Best Film

Cinema Tropical Awards: Mexico’s FAUNA by Nicolás Pereda Named Best Latin American Film of the Year Other Winners Announced this Evening:Madiano Marcheti, MADALENA (Brazil) for Best Director;ALL THE LIGHT WE CAN SEE (Mexico) for Best First Film;THE CALM AFTER THE STORM (Colombia) andSPLINTERS (Argentina) for Best Documentary (tie);and LANDFALL and THROUGH THE NIGHTfor Best U.S. Latinx […]

January 19

Toronto Film Critics Association  Announces 2021 Award Winners

Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s Drive My Car wins Best Picture, Best International Film and Best Screenplay Double acting awards and Best First Feature for Maggie Gyllenhaal’s The Lost Daughter Beans, Night Raiders and Scarborough compete for Rogers Best Canadian Film Award and $100,000 prize Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s Drive My Car took three top awards from the Toronto Film Critics Association (TFCA), while Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut The Lost Daughter was […]

January 18

Ottawa-Based Nigerian Rapper BANGGZ Stands Out From The Crowd With Bombastic “Who’s Gassing Who?”

Watch “Who’s Gassing Who? (Official)” via YouTube Here With the release of his newest song, “Who’s Gassing Who?,” Ottawa-based Nigerian rapper Banggz commands the spotlight in a constantly expanding catalog full of pop rappers echoing mainstream tropes. Banggz sounds like a seasoned vocalist in his newest single, hinting at this musician’s expertise when it comes […]

January 18

Vancouver-Based Singer-Songwriter Sarah Tolle Voices Empathy to Those with Mental Illness in Piano-Driven New Pop Single, “Fight For You”

Fighting for one’s mental health can be a lonely endeavor; one made much easier when you have at least one person in your corner. Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Sarah Tolle gives voice to that fight through the perspective of a loved one or a friend in her cascading new single, “Fight For You” — available now. A […]

January 17

Florida’s Smooth/Easy Listening Singer/Songwriter Derek Helm Laments Lost Love & Times Gone By with “Gone to the Sea”

Watch “Gone to the Sea (Official)” via YouTube Here Universally, lost love is a difficult thing to come to terms with, but singer/songwriter Derek Helm is making it a little bit easier with the release of his beachy, sun-soaked new single, “Gone to the Sea” — available now! Starring a plugged-in acoustic guitar, ukulele, and […]