Celebrity

Who else but hosts Wendy Stuart and Tym Moss could “spill the tea” on their weekly show “If These Walls Could Talk” live from Pangea Restaurant on the Lower Eastside of NYC, with their unique style of honest, and emotional interviews, sharing the fascinating backstory of celebrities, entertainers, recording artists, writers and artists and bringing their
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Battered but still unadorned with plasticity, the dark melodies dance with reckless abandon in “Pornstar.” They quake and rustle against the rhythm of a pained melody in “Bonesaw” and struggle to define the tone of the music with a casualness that impales the lyricism with a strange sense of irony. There is no overstating their
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From the hate-driven mother in Perception, to the yoga-class attending Liz in Three For the Road and the mob-boss no one wants to cross in Paper, actor Linda Collins is living her best life. Audiences might not like her characters, but they will surely remember them. Based in New York City, Collins was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and
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There’s not much – if anything – about Migrant Motel’s “Shame” that would qualify as typical by mainstream standards. For example, take the hook in the chorus; David Stewart is pushing the vocal track hard into the synths in the background, but their clash is anything but discordant. They’re fused as one, peppered with a
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Summoning the spirit of 2000’s hardcore, Dallas, Texas band Nygma has established a reputation for surrealistic lyrics, unorthodox guitar melodies, unpredictable shifts in tempo and rhythm, and wild stage presence. Burnie, Colten, and Caleb have been playing music together for close to 16 years, they’ve been in other bands together as well as touring the
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Wendy Stuart and guest co-host Simone Kraus will be hosting TriVersity Talk! This Wednesday, November 30th, at 7 PM ET with featured guest Xavier Francisco Saenz. TriVersity Talk! is a weekly web series with featured guests discussing their lives, activism and pressing issues in the LGBTQ Community. With TriVersity Talk!, the goal is to laugh
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Ideally, a collaboration between two artists teaches us something about both performers and what they have to share in a unique capacity. In the right circumstances, a track like “Buttercup” would have us get to know another side of Little Hurt that simply wasn’t accessible before coming into the same studio as a veteran performer
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Adding to a credible discography when you’ve already got the kind of street value that racks up hundreds of thousands of streams online is a lot harder than it sounds on paper, but in their new single “Let’s Go,” Of Limbo are making it sound all too easy. The band’s sound has come a long
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Vividly kaleidoscopic melodies spark “The Pathway,” one of them more instantly satisfying in David Raybuck’s The Prodigal, to life with an effervescence that the singer and songwriter will revisit in “Be Healed” and “Desert Ride,” but that said, there’s something really special about what we’re met with in this experiment in making harmony-powered pop endearing again.
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Something akin to an impassioned whisper greets us as Sick Puppies lay into the devastating riff-rock of their latest single, “Ready, Steady, Go,” but the statement that the acclaimed Australian alternative band is trying to get across to their listeners in this brand new track is anything but muted. URL: http://sickpuppies.com/ With brutish guitars, a
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Messer are living up to their promising handle and executing one of the sickest, slickest, and most stylish rock tracks that you’re going to hear this quarter in their official new single “Unfvckwitable.” Using a sonic vortex that originates from a sizzling bassline, “Unfvckwitable” sees its creators using every weapon in their war chest to
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