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#HFF19 ‘Double Falsehood’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Porters of Hellgate are back at Fringe with Double Falsehood, attributed to Lewis Theobald based on Shakespeare and Fletcher’s Cardenio, itself based on the story in Don Quixote. It may not be the most well-known play... Continue Reading →

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#HFF19 ‘Ride or Die The Hip-Hop Musical’, reviewed

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Resplendently low brow, this awkwardly comedic, beatbox morality musical is complete with booger jokes, sexy angels, jealous angles and angels with baby oil, a host of frenemies and an appearance from God who... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Revolutionaries WASI Debut New Album and #LGBTQ ‘Love Is Gay’ Tour

Los Angeles revolutionaries WASI usher in a new movement of empowerment, inclusion, and self-love with their debut album Riot Pop out everywhere today. Pushing for change and acceptance, this record comes right in time to celebrate Pride Month. In addition... Continue Reading →

Poor Yella Rednecks: What happens after ‘Happily Ever After…’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move If you are a fan of Vietgone, Vietnamese-American playwright Qui Nguyen's comedy about his parents' 1975 refugee romance, Nguyen's new hip hop rap sequel, Poor Yella Rednecks premiering at South Coast Repertory in... Continue Reading →

Odyssey Theatre Announces 3rd Annual ‘Dance at the Odyssey’ Festival Lineup

Offering a kaleidoscope of contemporary dance, the Odyssey Theatre's 3rd Annual Dance at the Odyssey Festival (Tickets: $25) will celebrate the art of dance from January 5 - February 10, 2019, with a free workshop in December 2018. Friday, Dec. 21,... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘I Came To Make Noise’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey The title isn’t fooling around – this production came to make some NOISE! A blend of hip-hop, spoken word, live beatboxing and singing, I Came To Make Noise is a Fringe Scholarship-winning production focusing on feminism and... Continue Reading →

17th Annual Dance Camera West Film Festival Presents: To The Sea

Press Release Dance Camera West, marking its continued passion for bringing together diverse communities, cultures, and environments to experience dance through the intimate medium of film, along with Jacob Jonas The Company, are thrilled to present the 17th Annual Dance... Continue Reading →

Lindsey Harper: ‘It Was Worth It’!

L.A. based singer/songwriter Lindsey Harper caught us in the moment on Twitter today. We  listened to her music. 'It Was Worth It - for sure!' Gorgeous, sentimental, nostalgia to a modern forward moving (hopeful) beat. #LUV (from her website [edited[) Lindsey has... Continue Reading →

Pretty Lights Releases New Single ‘Rainbows and Waterfalls’

Rainbows and Waterfalls finds Derek Vincent Smith—aka Pretty Lights—doing what he does best: blending the smooth sounds of old school funk and hip-hip with a next generation style that defies categorization. Shuggie Otis’ 1971 classic Strawberry Letter 23 sets the... Continue Reading →

Soup J5: All Around The World

2017 is set to be a seminal year for Soup J5 as he prepares to follow up the EP Still in Fullee Love which includes the track All Around The World with a new album, Free, White & 21 set... Continue Reading →

Beastie Boys ‘Re-Issued’ on Vinyl October 14th

The 30th Anniversary LP edition of Beastie Boys' debut album Licensed To Ill will be released on October 14, 2016. This special reissue was cut from the original production masters and is presented on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl. Produced by Rick... Continue Reading →

‘HOMEFREE’ at the Road on Magnolia

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move We are either running from our past or fighting to get to our future. In between, there’s nothing. Only blindness and chaos. So what is it about HOMEFREE, playing currently at the Road... Continue Reading →

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