Posted on May 16 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on When did razor clams get so popular? This video has the world-wide web fascinated

Digging itself into the sand can not be easy! The Weather Channel released a video that has been viewed over 15 million times on Facebook since its post on Wednesday. It is both creepy and memorizing at the same time. The power of nature can often be surprising,experiencing something we have never witnessed before. One could speculate how little we know about the...

Posted on May 16 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Popdust Monday Mix #10: Summer In The City

In the sun, sun having fun…but what are you blasting in the foreground? Summer, the most wonderful time of the year. Those of us still tied down by school are, for a couple months, free to do all the things we’ve been doing anyway without the concern of deadlines over our heads. Summer is a time for languid beach memories and brief but sweltering summer...

Posted on May 15 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Melissa McCarthy honors moms, wrecks Sean Spicer on new SNL

Spicey’s back and better than ever. When Saturday Night Live released a trailer featuring Melissa McCarthy singing and dancing to “I Feel Pretty” from West Side Story, we didn’t exactly picture the transformation that then took place. Well, maybe we did, but it was still awesome to watch her go from twirling in a flowy white-skirt with floral...

Posted on May 15 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on What makes a debut album “timeless”? These 10 albums taught us

What makes a debut album “great”? What makes it as magnetic and inspiring as it felt twenty, thirty years ago? The truth is, there’s no science to creating a great debut album, but there is one thing they all share: the willingness to be raw and honest about who you are and what you’re trying to say. Truly iconic debut albums – the...

Posted on May 15 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Hear LANY’s brash new song “The Breakup”

“I want to stick around, but damn I’m bored,” the band croons about a bad date night. Word around town is LANY is the next major-playing group to shake up mainstream pop, collecting millions of Spotify spins the past few years and issuing three impressive extended plays. Now, with a full-length ready to go on Interscope Records, the plucky trio...

Posted on May 14 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Review | JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE graces New York City’s Webster Hall

“These songs were definitely from somebody who’s more clearheaded and married,” Earle says about this new album. Justin Townes Earle is no ordinary fool. His blue-eyed soul yearns for a grittier and more tortured class of country. He deals in plenty of impassioned blues, swing and rockabilly, too, often blending them in such a way you can’t...

Posted on May 14 2017 - 4:00am by
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“That all-around up-beat and positive feel is something that I really wanted in my music,” say Sol about his major label debut. There are few spirits as wild and carefree as Mackenzie Sol. Not only is his social presence brimming with sunny optimism, but he channels that infectious giddiness into his first major label single, the bubbly “Laugh”...

Posted on May 13 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Premiere | LINA hits the desert in “Can’t Keep Falling”

Sand and sensibility. This is probably how one would best describe Lina Makhul’s new video for her song “Can’t Keep Falling.” After making history by being the first Arab to win Israel’s The Voice, she’s been making strides in the music world, at one point opening for Queen and Adam Lambert when the group made a tour stop in Tel...

Posted on May 13 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Review | ‘Spike Heels’. Dated, but delectable

In two Boston apartments, four hearts are alternately broken down and built back up again. Joanna Pinto plays Georgie, friend and borderline Eliza Dolittle to Andrew (Zach Shinske), a ruffled and confusable academic. She visits him, angry, tells him how her boss and his long-term friend Edward (Andrew Pagliara) at first propositioned her, then essentially threatened...

Posted on May 13 2017 - 4:00am by
Comments Off on Review | ‘Jubilee’ presents grave satire at Theatre for the New City

A Neo-Nazi in a black leather trench coat runs around a graveyard, vandalizing headstones with swastikas and slurs. Suddenly, the dead stand up from behind those stones. Spooked, he runs away. The ghosts then talk amongst themselves, and with the audience. They tell the tragic stories of their deaths, and how they were persecuted for their religion or their sexuality....

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