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Muy Sabroso! Very Tasty Brews, Taquitos, and Punks at Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco & Music Festival

Now in its sixth year, Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco & Music Festival powered by Gringo Bandito has announced its biggest event yet. After selling out its flagship date in Dana Point, CA for two years in a row, this year’s Southern California festival expands to two days on Saturday, April 6 and Sunday, April 7 at picturesque Doheny State Beach.

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Are You Dreaming of Dreamville Fest?

Dreamville is coming to Raleigh, North Carolina for their first ever festival this April. Lead by J. Cole, himself, Dreamville will take place on April 6th, 2019. The festival will be located in the heart of Raleigh’s most historical locations, Dorothea Dix Park. This festival is a way for J. Cole to give back to his home state that helped shape him into the artist he is today. Supporting local food, culture and music, Dreamville will also be adding some of the biggest national acts to the lineup.  Dreamville has stated that their goal is not only to make a cultural impact on the city itself but grow this festival into an annual thing.

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Artist Sam Vladimirsky Gives A New Twist To The Imitation Game By Recreating His Family History Through An Unconventional Form Of Portraiture

An attempt to interpret, understand and respond to this history utilizing imaginative investment, projection, and creation, perceived through the lens of indirect experience, or second-hand vision is the basis of Sam Valdimirsky photographic series Second-Hand Vision.

Valdimirsky is a documentary filmmaker and artist working primarily in photo and film. His interdisciplinary practice often intersects performance with photography, in which he explores self-portraiture and autobiographical themes through the other, using masks, makeup, costumes, constructed sets, and green screens to stage fictions grounded in history.

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The Future of Festivals: III Points Miami

Miami’s III Points festival is a pioneer in the festival industry of the future. It’s more than just a festival, it’s an immersive and impactful artistic experience. Boasting an expansive 6+ stages, late night activities and performances, in Miami’s Mana Wynwood Convention Center, III Points is surrounded by one of the most unique creative communities in the world. 

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Nude Art LA - An Expression of the Human Spirit

Saturday night on the corner of 4th Place and Hewitt Street in Downtown LA’s Arts District, there was a line of people stretching out from the Art Share LA’s studio door entrance. Awaiting inside the doors was an artistic amalgamation of the naked form—produced in painting, performance, photography and more. Nude Art LA is a pop-up art exhibition/live show that celebrates the human form at its barest and on showcases like these, creators, performers and lovers of art gather together to observe, wonder, and appreciate the human body in all of its glorious shapes and sizes.

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I Like My Mind Better Than My Face, Inner Beauty Vs. The Martial Mask

Dressing up in front of the mirror, perceived as a daily repetition of vanity or a structured routine of self-care, the definition is held at societies standard can be debated as unfair. The age of the ‘selfie’, a more casual form of self-admiration is too often considered a form of confidence or narcissism. The limitations one can reach trying to express their own ideal of beauty is astonishing with the censoring of skin and human anatomy, something that is out of one’s control.

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How Surrealist Black And White Fine Art Photographer Lexi Jude Uses Her Artistic Expression And Platform To Bring Awareness And Discussion For Various Debatably 'Taboo' Mental Health Issues

Lexi Jude is a surrealist black and white fine art photographer (digital, film, and alternative processing), artist, & poet based in the United States. She fights for authenticity, vulnerability, and individuality through her creative expression. She is not afraid to depict and explore taboo normality’s and unspoken realities in her work, such as sexuality, identity, body image, and mental illness.

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How Artist Lisa Toboz Evokes Emotion And Understanding Of Chronic Illness Through Analog Photography By Exploring Her Own Journey Of Illness And Healing

Lisa Toboz is a self-taught photographer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her analog work can be found in various online and print publications, most recently in Shots Magazine, and in She Shoots Film: Self Portraits. She has exhibited internationally, and is a member of the 12.12 Project, an instant-film artists’ collective.

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The Drums' The Abysmal Thoughts Album Review

The Drums seem to have perfectly crafted the balance between the pure and sinister forces of sound that emerge to surface full force with their record, Abysmal Thoughts.

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Elated fans experience Ringo Starr And His All Starr Band momentous show

Ringo Starr and his All-Star band performed two nights at the Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The elegant venue was filled with adamant fans of the musical legends.

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The Insider to South Florida's III Points Art, Technology, and Music Festival

South Florida locals flocked to the highly visual and interactive music festival, III Points, in the heart of the Miami Design District at Mana Wynwood. The acclaimed music festival catches the attention of concert lovers in Florida and all across the United States.

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The Growlers Six LA Waterfront Music Festival

The name may be new but the tradition is still very much alive. The Growlers have given us a sixth festival in a row despite all the setbacks. They’ve committed themselves to carrying on something that many fans look forward to come Halloween. Lineups often include punk throwbacks like The Adicts and The Dickies, old-school respected rap artists like GZA and Del the Funky Homosapien, and classic 90’s throwbacks like The Violet Femmes and TLC. The legendary acts and good times continue to remain, while leaving behind the concerns of Beach Goths in the past.

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JD McPherson brings his Undivided Heart and Soul to Philly

Philadelphia has shown JD McPherson a healthy dose of brotherly love ever since he started tour in the early 2010s, having found a home with the folks at WXPN, Philly’s listener-supported radio station.

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United Kingdom's Elbow Triumphant Return During Their North East Tour

After a three and a half year absence, English indie rock darlings Elbow made their triumphant return to the U.S. this month, hitting the major cities on both coasts throughout November. The tour comes on the heels of their seventh studio release, Little Fictions, which was released in February to wild acclaim. 

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Alvvays Have, Alvvays Will

Alvvays' Antisocialites Album Review "Summer is over. You just went through a gnarly break-up or maybe you’re simply just feeling a little needy. Either way it’s already Fall and you’re watching everyone get into cozy relationships and you need something you can relate to. Everyone’s been there but don’t worry because ALVVAYS has provided you with atmospheric ear-candy to reminisce, have a good cry, or just fully obsess over."

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Atlas Genius brings 63 Days of Love to the mid-Atlantic

The mid-Atlantic region recently played host to Australian-bred, Los Angeles-based indie band Atlas Genius, who brought their infectious brand of synth-infused rock to Philadelphia and Washington DC as their extensive 63 Days of Love tour winds to a close. The band recently released a new single and accompanying video for the song “63 Days” and, fresh off an appearance on Conan O’Brien’s late night show, brought the promise of forthcoming new music with them.

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Get Shamrocked with high octane Irish Punk and Psychobilly tunes by 1916, Craic House, Enter the Haggis, and the Fighting Jamesons

California's premiere Celtic festival occurs in Murrieta, CA each fall. Two days filled with Celtic music, bands coming from all over the world. The festival featured performances by 1916, Enter the Haggis, Craic House, and The Fighting Jamesons.

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Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls close out two-year tour in Pittsburgh

The black backdrop that has hung from the stage during most of Frank Turner’s performances this year simply and perfectly encapsulated the artist and his backing band. Emblazoned with what has become a trademark symbol for the rock and roll singer-songwriter, taken from his days as a hardcore punk, is the letter X, each section punctuated with an initial: FTHC.

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Robert Beatty: The creator behind your favorite album covers

You’ve seen the album covers and now you know who’s behind the genius psychedelic designs.

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JD McPherson "Undivided Heart and Soul" album review

Roots rocker JD McPherson has always sought inspiration in the music of the past. He first turned heads in 2010 with his debut albumSigns and Signifiers, where he created a unique, new brand of rock and roll using sounds pulled from the early 1950s and given a twist so that they were fresh for modern ears.

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Hopscotch Music Festival

If you are looking for a music festival that feeds every sort of appetite you could possibly have as a music lover, then the Hopscotch Festival was created for you. This is four days of curated shows, all different genres, all happening within hours of each other over a several block radius in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, and yes it's as great as it sounds.

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