Actors and Entertainment Party on 5/2

Do you like music? Acting? Comedy? Are you yourself an aspiring actor or actress? Then you have to attend The Actors and Entertainment Party on Thursday, May 2nd at 7pm. It’s a great place for up and coming actors and actresses to network with industry insiders and the event is being produced by The Set NYC.…

Afropunk Fest Takes Over Fort Greene

I don’t need to hear much more than the combination of the words “afro” and “punk” to get riled up for a two-day festival. Tell me I’ve got a press pass and give me PR info for some of the most awesome bands there, and my heart is yours. So thanks to the press rep…

Jamie Bendell Makes It Happen

It’s widely known that New York City is an amazing jumping off point for artistic careers. What tends to fly slightly further under the radar is the fact that finding a successful career in music and the arts is, more often than not, an intense sometimes exhausting and discouraging struggle. For singer/songwriter, Jamie Bendell, the pursuit…

Everest Cale Keeps the Emotion in Music

Music is a powerful thing. It moves, unites, motivates, ignites, cleanses, the list goes on. For Brett Treacy, guitarist and lead singer for Everest Cale, music puts him in a different emotional place entirely. “When you hear it, it makes your whole body sink and you feel as if you’re learning something, like somebody else has felt…

Gangstagrass Introduces Bluegrass to Hip-Hop

Ever wonder what happens when a California-raised hip-hop producer meets his Oklahoma bluegrass roots? Gangstagrass happens. Fronted by musician, producer and all-around “mastermind” Rench, Gangstagrass is a brainchild that blends the unique sounds of modern, lyrical hip-hop with some of the country’s oldest music: bluegrass. Though his father lived in Oklahoma, Rench grew up in California, where…

Kath Buckell Brings Australia to NYC

It is debatable whether the audience at Manhattan’s The Living Room has ever been so captivated as when Kath Buckell commanded the stage last Tuesday night. Equipped with her guitar, poetry-inspired lyrics from her Australian history and an impressive musical experience portfolio, Buckell performed for a full room and elicited notable appreciation in each member of the…

Sarah Tracey Shows Off Talent…and Curves

Sarah Tracey‘s new video for her song, Camera, features the gorgeous, curvy blonde gallivanting about a hotel room in less than her mother’s ideal Saturday afternoon outfit with a sexy, hand-picked gentleman in tow. All fun and games, until she loses her camera. Despite her scanty wardrobe in the debut video, Tracey expresses that her…

Shilpa Narayan Finds Music in New York City

In New York, singing subway riders are no rarity. Singing subway riders who release EPs of heartfelt, powerful music with a universal voice, those are little less frequent. This difference makes Shilpa Narayan a diamond among crazies. A North Carolina native, Narayan moved from Atlanta, GA to New York in 2010 and has had quite an…

AG Revamps Original Beatles Songs

AG wants to “be your man,” and she’s making that very clear with the debut of her new music video featuring her inspired version of The Beatles I Wanna Be Your Man. At the beginning of the world influential band that is The Beatles, four guys in search of peace, love and music signed a less…

Kyler England Makes Waves In Electronica

Some people move to New York and instantly feel more at home. Others move to New York and soon discover that they prefer the city as a vacation from a different kind of home. The Rescues’ Kyler England is of the second variety. A North Carolina native, England moved to Brooklyn’s Park Slope for a few…