Zambri Debut Album Out April 10th On Kanine Records

Zambri will be performing this Friday night at Cameo Gallery alongside Rewards (DJ set), Sunglasses + Bonnie Bermuda. Biography Zambri is the ethereal duo of Cristi Jo and Jessica, sisters ...


Panelists include directors Jonathan Levine, Mike Mills & Jeff Nichols   Harry Lennix, Robin Swicord, and HitFix’s Gregory Ellwood to Moderate   LOS ANGELES (January 26, 2012) – Film Independent, ...

M83 Graces the Cover Of WHOA’s Winter Issue

December 17, 2011 New York, New York WHOA Magazine’s Winter issue is slated to be on the newsstand Jan 17th Worldwide. Check out the exclusive cover story featuring Anthony Gonzalez ...


Bear in Heaven “Love is Cool” Out April 3rd

Most people assume that when a band makes it—that is, reaches a ...


American Royalty, the Los Angeles three piece known best for their explosive ...

Young Prisms Announce Sophomore Album + US Tour Dates

In December 2010, San Francisco’s young navel-gazers, Young Prisms found themselves stranded ...

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Beyond Borders

By Daniel Grant International demand for contemporary art from the Middle East is rapidly expanding  NEW YORK—The market for contemporary art from a wide range of Middle Eastern countries has been rapidly expanding in recent years, both in concentrated regions there as well as in the U.S. and Europe. The growing ranks of commercially successful […]

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SAINT MOTEL UNVEIL Video and Kickoff Tour Feb 8

Los Angeles-based indie pop quartet Saint Motel are pleased to unveil the video for “At Least I Have Nothing” – the powerful and anthemic single off their recently released first vinyl, 7″1.  The track, which premiered on Rolling Stone late last year, has received over 2000 hearts on the Hype Machine. “The video is a combination of […]

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Indie Spirit Hails in April

The Indie Spirit Film Festival (ISFF) is an annual event for filmmakers (professionals and students) and film lovers alike, with a superb program of feature films, shorts, docs, animation, and many other films from around the world. The ISFF showcases the work of independent filmmakers amidst the mountainous backdrop of Colorado Springs, Colorado, just one […]

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New Indie Film Fest for 2013 Indie Music Fest April 2012

Henderson, NV – January 26, 2012 – Black Mountain Productions Inc., the creator of the annual Indie Music Fest in Henderson/Las Vegas, Nevada, is pleased to announce a new pathway to achieving success for emerging film, music video and video gaming artists. The brand new Indie Film Fest, under the direction and guidance of Mr. […]

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Phenomenal Handclap Band Proves They Are “The Right One”

New York’s cosmic-disco ensemble, Phenomenal Handclap Band propels us into their retro-futuristic styled world with the release of video, “The Right One,” off their second album Form and Control due out on February 14th from Tummy Touch Records. Director Moh Azima, who has previously worked on the band’s “15 to 20” video, explains that the song’s […]

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2012 Sundance Without Leaving Home

Sundance Institute announced today a range of digital initiatives that will allow independent film-loving audiences to follow and engage with the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. The Festival begins today and runs through January 29 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden and Sundance, Utah. A complete list of films and events is available at […]

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1,2,3 Announce March Tour With Yellow Ostrich, To Play SXSW

Debut LP New Heaven Out Now On Frenchkiss Records 2011 was a busy and successful year for Pittsburgh duo 1,2,3. In June the band released their debut LP, New Heaven, which has now been featured on a number of year end lists. As a follow up to this record, they released the Scared, but not […]

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Christopher Paul Stelling to release Songs of Praise and Scorn

New York City songwriter Christopher Paul Stelling has announced the details of his long-awaited debut album, Songs of Praise & Scorn, which will see a release on February 21st via Brooklyn imprint Mecca Lecca Recording Co. You can head over to the CPS bandcamp page to download the first single, “Mourning Train To Memphis.” Songs […]

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Zentropa at the LACMA coming in February

Lars von Trier’s noir-soaked thriller casts postwar Germany as a Kafkaesque dreamscape haunted by “werewolves” (underground Nazi terrorists). Leopold Kessler, a young and idealistic American of German stock, returns to the old country and takes a civilian job as a sleeping-car conductor for the mysterious Zentropa railway company where he falls into the clutches of […]

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LACMA to preview Rampart Starring Woody Harrelson

From Oren Moverman, director of the acclaimed film The Messenger (2009), comes another tale about a veteran grappling with a new battlefront. Woody Harrelson stars as Dave Brown, a combative patrolman in L.A. during the heat of the Rampart scandal in 1999, whose uniquely hostile approach to his professional and civilian worlds disrupts the lives […]

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