Posted on Aug 29 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Shailene Woodley’s activism continues and could take her to the capitol

“I’m not going to rule it out. Who knows? Life is big, and I’m young.” One of Hollywood’s most prominent social justice warriors has just announced that there is a possibility she’d run for office in a few years. We’ve seen Shailene Woodley grow up over the years, from working on The Secret Life of The American Teenager to...

Posted on Aug 29 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Ollie Gabriel: Soul Man On The Run

“Ollie Gabriel’s sound is real classic soul-pop music that is not only nostalgic but also modern and fresh.” The Louisiana bred singer/songwriter has the pedigree befitting of a Soul legend, but his sound and swagger are all his own. Raised in a household full of artists, Ollie was surrounded by music and was entranced by the soothing sounds of...

Posted on Aug 29 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Folk-Rock in Electric Blue: A Discussion with Lissie

Straddling the fence between folk-rock and pop music, Lissie’s last album My Wild West dances with the ethereal but is ultimately grounded by Lissie’s earthy singing and the sound of guitar strings. The midwesterner’s voice is scratchy and cracked and contains a distinctly human quality missing from much of today’s pop music scene. Often drawing...

Posted on Aug 27 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Today’s street style explains a lot about our culture

Throwback culture has taken over and I am here for it. It seems in the past year, store fronts have increasingly turned pastel with a color palette reminiscent of the late nineties. Furthermore, we are seeing trends unique to that time resurface. Pool slides shuffle across busy city streets and vacation spots alike, chokers of every color and texture are sold almost...

Posted on Aug 26 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Enjoy Broadway’s best magic tricks in ‘Charlie & the Chocolate Factory’

The jokes and songs are for kids but Wonka’s stage tricks will make anyone smile. Broadway is now a contender for the sweetest place on Earth, thanks to a wondrous new musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s 1964 novel, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Starring a hilarious Christian Borle as Willy Wonka and with music by Marc Shaiman of Hairspray, the show...

Posted on Aug 26 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on EXCLUSIVE | Rising star, Alana, delivers smash hit with “Something Bout You”

“I’ve got everything to lose.” – Alana puts her heart on the line for her emotionally-revealing, undeniably-infectious, hot-off-the-presses, new single. Occasionally, a magical moment occurs in music journalism, when you come across an artist about whom you hadn’t yet heard, with a song you should have been hearing all summer long,...

Posted on Aug 26 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Taylor Swift is back with LP 6 and there are mixed feelings

Taylor doesn’t give a damn about her bad Reputation After wiping her social media clean this past week, Swift fans took to the internet with predictions that Taylor might be up to something big. As predicted, Taylor announced recently that her sixth album will be released in November and that we’d be getting a new single Thursday night. While there didn’t...

Posted on Aug 25 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Popdust Presents | The Districts have mixed feelings about music festivals

“The main ones are all owned by the all same companies…which is interesting, I guess,” Grote observes. Fresh-faced from the release of their second record on Fat Possum, the rock stars from Litz, Pennsylvania didn’t quite look like the reckless teenagers passing around hand-drawn album covers around high school anymore. Popular Manipulations...

Posted on Aug 24 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Popdust Presents: PRETTYMUCH the best thing you’ll hear all day

A rising boyband performs a little a capella and answers our pressing questions. Shortly after their Teen Choice Awards performance, Simon Cowell’s latest boyband stopped by Popdust‘s New York offices to perform an a cappella version of “Would You Mind,” beatboxing the tight beat of their debut single into a handclap symphony of pop perfection. Watch...

Posted on Aug 24 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on ‘1984’ brings bleak terror to Broadway

Olivia Wilde and Tom Sturridge lead an excellent cast suffering under Big Brother. George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four is a difficult novel, tough and exhausting on the mind digesting it and on the characters acting it out. Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan’s 1984 on Broadway is a difficult play to watch. It’s not a night out on the town kind of...

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