OK, so who sees any benefit in the climate armageddon we face on the planet we call home? A new strand of art on climate change perhaps? If he presents the incomparable Jarvis Cocker, who released a topical dance number Let’s stick around (which he nicknamed the first “sustainable banger”)Read More →

New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz Band By Simone Goldstone | Columnist NB Indy Soundcheck “The Sound of Us” evokes a show to which we have been desensitized; motionless bodies in hospital beds, kept alive by the machine throughout the pandemic. Lost or expiatory men and women in prison sit gatheredRead More →

Entitled Waveform, the beautiful screen-printed pieces visualize the sound waves generated by dance, rave, synth and electronic music albums by British musicians, including from 808 State to Squarepusher. This is an exciting project that Alex has been working on since 2012, which resulted in two previous successful Kickstarter campaigns toRead More →

RaeAnn Fast October 17, 2021 – 12:00 Touching beginnings Le Ren’s debut album Leftovers is the perfect sweet autumnal folk rock. In its warmth and sincerity, it bears witness to the eternal nature of love, even in its different manifestations over time. From retracing the relationship she shares with herRead More →

Country music singer-songwriter Cody Johnson, born in Huntsville, Texas, knows that life is never a thing. Over the years, Johnson has grown and developed an appreciation for all types of singers, people, songwriters, songs, experiences and perspectives. He loves to connect with a crowd. He enjoys exhibiting multiple facets ofRead More →

Music technology company AI Musiio has launched a segment selection tool for music on TIC Tac, Instagram Stories and YouTube Shorts. Musiio’s Segment Select API aims to help artists and rights holders achieve the best possible results for abridged video content. It follows the explosion of CGU and viral momentsRead More →

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN [email protected] Artist and photographer Diana Michelle knew about mental illness; she had observed it in her own family. However, that wasn’t part of the reason she started studying yoga with Paul Summerlin over five years ago. Subject of Diana Michelle’s new film, Paul Summerlin has released two soloRead More →

Content of the article A group of local musicians, including several longtime members of the International Symphony Orchestra, came together to bring an infusion of live music back to the community. Content of the article Last summer, cellist Barbara Armstrong, violinists Jackie Pritchard and Caitlyn Mason, local pianist and musicRead More →

The cover of “star-crossed” shows a misty broken heart necklace emblazoned with the album’s title. Musgraves’ album is about his grief, which makes the cover art’s subject matter appropriate. Photo courtesy of KaceyMusgraves.com Kacey Musgraves has released his fifth studio album, “damn», September 10. The first album since its 2020Read More →

Prominent American pianist Richard Goode will join the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 16 at the Miller Auditorium in the first concert for the 2021-22 season. Music director Julian Kuerti and Goode joined Cara Lieurance to explore the program. Interview with Richard Goode and Julian Kuerti.Read More →