Articles in 3 – Spring 07
The epitome of today’s youth, recording of an artist. Mario Spinetti’s attention to passion is traced with purity. Portrait by Danny Tidwell
Kost chronicles his travels throughout Thailand where, instead of shooting celebs on the red carpet, he captured citizens (and pachyderms) of a far away culture for the very first time.
Movmnt highlights one VIP dancer each season. In our spring 2007 issue, we salute Vivian Nixon who is a talented dancer and performer.
The self-proclaimed “garage-glam” band [Semi Precious Weapons] seems intent on taking on the world one rock n’ roll lover at a time. In skintight flesh-toned pants, stiletto heels, tattered shirts, and waves of bleached hair over raccoon eyes splattered with glitter, Tranter’s dazzling onstage image commands attention. With inspiration from pop singer Jessica Simpson and collaboration with legendary rock producer Tony Visconti, Semi Precious Weapons has landed legions of fans worldwide.
Stella Adler acting studios hosts the Harold Clurman Festival of the Arts. It is a celebration art and social activism and brings artists from many disciplines together to showcase different events. Concerts, dance and theatre performances, and poetry readings are just a few of the events scheduled to take place.
The Brooklyn-based MGMT’s Oracular Spectacular is one of those rare near-perfect debuts Oracular Spectacular is one of those rare near-perfect debuts that indubitably marks the arrival of a musical mainstay. Goldwasser, the guitarist of the band is seamlessly morphing from a young Mick Jagger to a sexed-up and shirtless Prince, remember the eighties?
After the Atlanta Ballet experiment where B-boy performed with the company, discover Ballerina Who Loves B-Boy that also bring together Ballet and Hip-hop.
With their latest effort, The Honorary Title proves they are hipper than the average my-mommy-never-loved-me indie pop band. Scream & Light Up the Sky offers a subtle melancholy.
You may know his voice, rooted in gravel, whiskey, and nicotine. It is as distinctive as the sonic landscapes its possessor contrives. Tom Waits has taken us through carnivals, world wars, literary tales, crime scenes, jailhouses, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
House Dance International, is a yearly event in New York July 10-12, 2008. The festival is the first of its kind dedicated exclusively to house music culture.
Bassist Rob Jost makes less much more. Brooklyn-based bassist/singer/multi-instrumentalist Rob Jost was that obnoxious guy on his cell phone outside a bookstore in Portland, Oregon. He’s currently on a national tour with Imogen Heap and Kid Beyond.