more by Kellie Powell
[LIT] Combining fiction, autobiography, travel writing, cultural criticism, literary theory and a comical English griping, British author Geoff Dyer mercilessly bends the laws of fiction at his will.
[REGGAE] It’s been over ten years, and Spiritual Rez is showing no signs of slowing down.
[ROCK] Dopapod’s greatest strength is the individual talent of each musician, and the explosive energy that rages when they play together—the fact that they can rock with funk and soul, and ride jazzy and psychedelic progressions like a boss is just an added bonus.
[COMEDY] With all the politics that have congested New York State in the weeks leading up to the primaries, there’s no greater time to welcome a star-studded band of comedic veterans with a proven talent for picking apart today’s political landscape.
[FUNK] After Funk surfaced in Toronto back in 2011, and the Ontario funk scene hasn’t been the same since. In recent years the five-piece has appeared at various festivals alongside greats such as The String Cheese Incident and Ms. Lauryn Hill.
[COMEDY] From his role as Kevin the League Commissioner on FX’s The League to his antics on MTV’s Punk’d, Steve Rannazzisi shows true brilliance in comedy.
[POP] With their major label debut The Mowgli’s (inappropriately placed apostrophe included), made waves with their sunny brand of indie pop—specifically their widely embraced hit single, “San Francisco,” The Mowgli’s have
[FUNK] Helmed by Dave Brandwein and Taylor Shell, Turkuaz started out as a small side project, but once Berklee College of Music’s student-run label, Heavy Rotation Records, got wind of that smooth funk they added the Brooklyn-based outfit to their annual showcase.
[POP] Diana Ross rose to fame back in the 1960s as the lead singer of the The Supremes, which boasted such number one hits such as “Baby Love” and “Stop!