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October 4, 2017

Ekali gets emotional and previews unreleased music in Awakening – Mix.3

These mixes just keep getting better!

Watch Charles Bradley give a transcendent performance in front of St. Stephen”s Catedral in Vienna

The loss of Charles Bradley in September was a huge blow to the soul community and the music community at large. But it’s a safe bet that Charles wouldn’t want us to fret all that much The man was all about following your passion and living life to the fullest. He echoes that sentiment in a new…

Halloween events for kids in Columbus 2017

Kids will be able to put on their favorite Halloween costumes and go to the events offered in Columbus, Ohio in 2017. Check out all the family-friendly festivities with kid-friendly activities offered in Columbus this year.
All Hallows’ Eve
Oct. 14 & 21 @ 5:30 p.m.
Ohio Village — 800 E. 17th Ave…

Chelsea Wolfe: Hiss Spun (Review)

Wolfe’s fifth studio album continues to aggressively pursue metal and industrial music, making for an enrapturing listen all the way through.

Yellow Claw ft DJ Snake & Elephant

Dutch DJs and producer duo, YELLOW CLAW has released the music video for their TOP 10 Billboard Dance Chart hit “Good Day (feat. DJ Snake + Elliphant).” The music video is a modern take on the age old tale of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ – a heart-pounding, electrifying and culturally relevant story, directed by APLUS. The

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JAY-Z’s 40/40 Club to help raise much needed supplies for victims of Hurricane Maria

Shortly after Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc on the island of Puerto Rico–and indeed much of the Caribbean–leaving many residents without electricity or clean water, JAY-Z’s streaming platform Tidal announced that their third annual charity concert would benefit those affected by hurricanes in this…

Are You Still Certain? An Interview with Hercules and Love Affair (Feature)

“It means something that we’re up on the stage playing the songs we’re playing because it helps [queer people] find the strength to be who they are.”