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Tanya Scott‘s baby daddy Nico, full name Nicholas Cobb, has played a big role in Season 3 of Little Women: Atlanta — but who is he? Nico was born in Richmond, Va, in September 1990 and is as a singer, songwriter and model. He moved to New York in 2011, which is when he started to perform professionally. Nico has been a background vocalist in two groups, Exousia and East Coast Inspirational Singers, and has appeared on TV with artists like Patti Labelle and Florence and The Machine. With his older brother Christopher, Nico has created his first Ep, called...read more »
- David Inglis
Chicago – When faced with adversity, the best way around it is to somehow break into song. That is the feeling behind the Brown Paper Box Co.’s “Positively Present: An Uplifting Cabaret,” running April 7th and 8th at Mary’s Attic in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood. The event features company member Kristi Szczepanek as host, and presents song stylings by other company members, including Anna Schutz, plus some special guests. For details and ticket information, click here.
At Mary’s Attic in Chicago, April 7th & 8th, 2017
Photo credit: Brown Paper Box Co.
Based in Chicago, Brown Paper Box Co. creates challenging and inspiring theatre that focuses on the text itself. By employing a smart, simple aesthetic in intimate spaces, their desire is to get to the heart of the stories they are staging. Anna Schutz is the Managing Director of the Company, and Kristi Szczepanek is an Artistic Associate, besides their participation as songstresses. »
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Patti Smith offers Rooney Mara advice on life, music and love in a new clip from Terrence Malick's upcoming movie Song to Song. The film takes place against the backdrop of the Austin music scene and stars Mara, Michael Fasssbender, Ryan Gosling, Natalie Portman alongside numerous musicians.
Mara and Gosling play a pair of indie rockers who fall in love, though their working and romantic relationship is complicated by a music mogul (Fassbender) and a waitress (Portman). In the new clip, a distraught and uncertain Mara seeks out Smith, »
Depeche Mode performed their rousing new song "Where's the Revolution" on The Tonight Show Wednesday. Over Martin Gore's smoldering guitar, Andrew Fletcher's mechanized synths, singer Dave Gahan delivered the song with ominous flare. "You've been pissed on for too long/ Your rights abuse/ Your views refused," he sang.
"Where's the Revolution" will appear on Depeche Mode's upcoming album, Spirit, out March 17th. James Ford (Florence and the Machine, Arctic Monkeys) produced the record, which marks the band's first since 2013's Delta Machine.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, »
Blockbuster season starts earlier and earlier every year – in 2017, we have made it three whole days into March before those studio tentpoles start to break ground. Heavy hitters Logan, Kong: Skull Island, Power Rangers and Ghost in the Shell will get the blockbuster year off to a roaring start. Meanwhile, those in search of smaller-scale entertainment can enjoy Terence Malick's latest dreamy drama, a cannibalism flick with a reputation that precedes it and a festival favorite featuring a career-best performance from Kristen Stewart. Here's what you need to see over the next month. »
On tonight’s Baskets, Chip and Dale have an epic War of the Roses fight while mother Christine is away at Costco. In the preview clip below, we see them fighting in the kitchen as Dale tries to damage Chip’s manhood with falsehoods. This scene happens after the show opens with Dale’s self-imposed wallowing over losing his wife and family and Martha’s rejection. Dale peels himself off his mother’s couch in a fit of inspiration, as he suddenly has an epiphany that involves a popular Florence and the Machine song. Meanwhile, Chip and Christine return home from Camarillo, interrupting Dale’s frantic...read more »
- April Neale
“Patti Cake$” has lived up to the hype. After its Eccles Theater premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday afternoon, the film scored two huge standing ovations, and another for breakout star Danielle Macdonald.
Patti Cake$ just dropped a hip hop bombshell on the Eccles. This movie could be huge. #sundance pic.twitter.com/Oqf0hcZpMA
— erickohn (@erickohn) January 23, 2017
This moment was a long and winding journey for writer-director Geremy Jasper. To look at him, you would never guess his alter ego would be Patricia Dombroski (aka Patti Cake$, aka Killer P, played by Macdonald), a 23-year-old, heavy-set Jersey girl with dreams of rap stardom. Jasper is tall, extremely easygoing, and has the style of a Williamsburg creative. In his 20s, he was the front man for a popular indie rock band, The Fever, and starred in Benh Zeitlin’s breakout short, “Glory at Sea.”
Read More: The 2017 IndieWire Sundance Bible: Every Review, »
- Chris O'Falt
Song to Song will follow two couples who become entangled: A pair of struggling songwriters played by Rooney Mara and Ryan Gosling and a music mogul and a waitress played by Michael Fassbender and Natalie Portman. Billed as a "modern love story," the two couples will "chase success through a rock and roll landscape of seduction and betrayal. »
8 items from 2017
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