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Dancer VIP: Judith Jamison – Alvin Ailey former Artistic Director

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Music Review: The Pizzas

23 Apr 2009 – 12:50 PM | Comments
Music Review: The Pizzas

The Pizzas are the sauciest tribe this side of the Hudson. The band’s name pays homage to their borough of residence, Brooklyn.

iVAN S2: Khick it, Strike it, Spark it

1 Apr 2009 – 12:00 AM | Comments
iVAN S2: Khick it, Strike it, Spark it

Episode 2 of Ivan Crewsing America’s Best. Ivan interviews Shane Sparks, Fly Khicks and Strickers all star.
Ivan is Movmnt’s exclusive online video coverage of Dance Shows on TV. After So You Think You Can Dance in 2008, our host, Ivan Koumaev, goes in a quest to find the best dance crew that battled during the 3rd opus of Randy Jackson’s ABDC on MTV.

Music Review – Lykke Li, Youth Novels

30 Mar 2009 – 5:12 PM | Comments
Music Review – Lykke Li, Youth Novels

Intriguing flourishes and unexpected oddities take Swedish indie singer Lykke Li’s debut, Youth Novels, from regular ‘ol-girl pop album to quirky candy charmer.

Music Review – Adele, 19

30 Mar 2009 – 7:58 AM | Comments
Music Review – Adele, 19

Riding a wave of critical acclaim and rabid fan fervor, Brit soul singer Adele scored a record deal off of her MySpace demos and just won the Grammy for best female performer.

Hotel Cafe | Rachael Yamagata – Indie Enigma

18 Mar 2009 – 5:34 PM | Comments
Hotel Cafe | Rachael Yamagata – Indie Enigma

The gritty, yet undeniably feminine voice of Rachel Yamagata soars through the Hotel Cafe tour in Los Angeles where Movmnt has a chance to capture her in the moment.

Eye On the Horizon – An interview with Calexico’s Joey Burns

11 Mar 2009 – 1:01 PM | Comments
Eye On the Horizon – An interview with Calexico’s Joey Burns

For well over a decade, Joey Burns and John Convertino have been rethinking the boundaries of Indie Rock one border-crossing genre at a time.

VIP – Ricky Marcelino Palomino

9 Mar 2009 – 1:13 PM | Comments
VIP – Ricky Marcelino Palomino

Movmnt highlights one VIP dancer each season. In our summer 2008 issue, we salute Ricky Palomino who is both a talented dancer and musician/vocalist.

Music Review – Goldfrapp, Seventh Tree

27 Feb 2009 – 2:12 PM | Comments
Music Review – Goldfrapp, Seventh Tree

Marked by a combination of sensual, smooth, and poppy vibes, this UK based electro-glam duo’s third album, Supernature, is easy great to rock out to. Seventh Tree, Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory’s newest installation, takes a dramatic sidestep as Goldfrapp’s voice saturates your mind as you retreat into Zen heaven. You might find that you not only love to rock with Goldfrapp, but you love to unwind with them too.

ANTI-CONFORMITY – Neko Case

22 Feb 2009 – 6:55 PM | Comments
ANTI-CONFORMITY – Neko Case

Intended to be a home for recording artists with a punk sensibility that isn´t necessarily punk, ANTI- Records (a division of punk-label Epitaph) plays host to a seriously stellar collection of artists intent on making music on their own terms. Here, Movmnt invites you to get to know three legendary artists releasing vital material through ANTI- right now: Marianne Faithfull, Tom Waits, and Neko Case.
With a voice that rivals Patsy Cline’s and songs where haunting Lynchian landscapes play host to a bevy of characters who may or may not bring you harm, Neko Case has succeeded in creating her own strange little world of country-noir.

Hip to the Game – Dance World vs. Music Industry, The Battle for Hip Hop’s Legacy

18 Feb 2009 – 6:41 PM | Comments
Hip to the Game – Dance World vs. Music Industry, The Battle for Hip Hop’s Legacy

The fight between the Music Industry and the Dance World in their battle for Hip Hop’s legacy. Featuring Tony Testa, Jaquel Knight for Movmnt Magazine.

Music Review – Beirut, Flying Cup Club

11 Feb 2009 – 9:50 AM | Comments
Music Review – Beirut, Flying Cup Club

Flying Cup Club is the newest album from solo artist Beirut, a.k.a. Zack Condon. The album reveals itself as a treasure trove of Condon’s many musical gifts.