The Online Entertainment Destination ‘Almazmix’

The Online Entertainment Destination ‘Almazmix’

The Online Enjoyment Destination ‘Almazmix’ ‘Almazmix’ is an on the web platform selling upcoming occasions such as festivals, concerts, artists in music and entertainment information by way of social media. Also, the More »

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

by Fuzzy Gerdes Fantastic Wall Worldwide Music Academy Concert Series – A Deal with for Lovers of Classical Music The Excellent Wall International Music Academy is a summer time undertaking that was More »

Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

by wallyg Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’ “Sugarland” is probably the most utilitarian band name of all-time. It’s this kind of a non-descriptive appellation that it provides no hint to the band’s musical More »

Entertainment Arab Style

Entertainment Arab Style

by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Enjoyment Arab Style The Arab globe is identified for its wealthy culture and heritage. The men and women, cuisine and artwork have a special touch. Arab More »

Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

by Chris Devers Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour Jennifer Hudson’s comeback continues soon after the singer endured the tragic death of her mother, brother and nephew at her More »

 

Modest Mouse to release first new single in four years

Later this month, Modest Mouse will return with their first new single in four years. The Pacific Northwest indie rock veterans will release “Poison the Well” as a digital single on March 29th. It will then be pressed on limited-edition “triangular mint-green” vinyl, b/w another new song, for Record Store Day (April 13th). Modest Mouse

Vampire Weekend play Father of the Bride songs live for first time on BBC Radio: Stream

When Ezra Koenig announced the new Vampire Weekend album, Father of the Bride, he promised to release two tracks a month before the LP’s release date. While that means we’ve so far been gifted four tracks from the Modern Vampires of the City follow-up, we’ve yet to hear any of the material live. Today, the band

Phantom Planet announce first public performance in seven years

Back in January, Phantom Planet played a secret show in Beverley Hills, which marked their first known performance since 2012. Now, the band has confirmed their first public performance. On May 19th, Phantom Planet will appear at The Hop Jam, the annual beer and music festival staged by Hanson in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The band marked

Warner Bros. CEO/chairman Kevin Tsujihara leaves role in wake of bribery, extortion allegations

Effective this morning, Warner Bros. Entertainment CEO/chairman Kevin Tsujihara will no longer be serving in either position. The studio exec has stepped down as the direct result of allegations involving bribery, extortion, threats, and an alleged affair between Tsujihara and a young actress who performed in multiple WB features following their involvement. Tsujihara had served

Devin Townsend shares new single “Evermore” and animated video: Stream

The release of Devin Townsend’s new album EMPATH is just weeks away, promising an amalgamation of heavy styles and musical exploration from the Canadian artist. Townsend has dropped a new single from the album, “Evermore”, along with an accompanying music video featuring a spacefaring cat that spends too much time on its phone and crash

Metallica and San Francisco Symphony announce 20th anniversary “S&M2” concert

Twenty years ago, Metallica collaborated with the San Francisco Symphony for an unprecedented live collaboration that polarized fans with its altered approach to heavy metal. The resulting live album, S&M, notched the band a Grammy for Best Instrumental Rock Performance (“The Call of Ktulu”). To celebrate the anniversary, the band and the symphony are getting

SXSW Film Review: Chris Morris’ The Day Shall Come Once Again Mines Comedy From Terrorism

The Pitch: Moses (Marchánt Davis) is a would-be spiritual leader, overseeing a handful of bumbling followers who, as the Star of Six, practice sustainable farming, preach non-violence, and pray to Haitian revolutionary leader François-Dominique Toussaint Louverture. They’re not without their issues, however, as Moses is clearly delusional, naming a duck as his conduit to God