Venus Entertainment hosted the annual Valentines Drag Show at Be Here Now Feb. 10. Performers included Diana Thirst, Rachel Sparks, Aura Aurora, Cupid Sparks, Avery Knight, Holly Berry Blossom
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We’re back with a brand new season of Remixed! On this episode, we talk about some recent dub step goodness, disappointment in Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift, as well as the return of Black Eyed Peas and Enrique Iglesias.
It was a good night for Ball State a cappella. Note to Self placed third with 317 points, Unexpected Resolution placed second with 333 points, and Sedoctave came out on top with 427 points. One of Sedoctave’s Music Directors, Ball State Musical Theatre Major Michael Hassel, also won Outstanding Arrangement for his original take on Duke Ellington’s “It Don’t Mean a Thing.”
Ocean Keys headlines for the Radiance show on Jan. 20 at Be Here Now. Muncie EDMC hosted the show and accepted clothing donations for Muncie Mission throughout the night. Other performers included Kaneko, Mav Brooks, Kazie, Ejion, Medicinal and Mephysto.
All things considered, the pool of nominations for this year’s awards are the best they’ve been in a long time. Even though the Grammys are trying really hard to make Record of the Year their top prize, most people still have their eyes on Album of the Year, and this year’s choices for the gold are stacked.
‘Reputation’ was supposed to be a total reinvention for Taylor Swift, but all of the least endearing aspects of her old music are still here in droves. “Don’t Blame Me” is fun to sing along to and “Getaway Car” might actually be the best pop song of the year, but the rest of the album does not live up to the standards of a few isolated tracks. Sure, it has a lot of catchy tunes, but it’s much more memorable for its bitter attitude and its laughable implementation of hip-hop and trap influences.
The cult superstar emo band, Brand New, has cancelled the remainder of its United Kingdom tour after its frontman Jesse Lacey was accused of sexual misconduct with minors and made a public Facebook post in response to the allegations last Saturday.
If you’re looking for a “Thriller” that actually has the effect of a real psychological thriller, here are a few songs that prove it’s possible. I just wouldn’t recommend putting any of these on your Halloween party playlist.
'If Blue Could Be Happiness' is a promising and fulfilling step forward for Florist. It is by far not a perfect product, but the complex arrangements, mature themes and more appropriate instrumentation paint a prosperous picture of the future for this burgeoning artist.
Which pop artist has the stronger record? How does this new stuff compare to their past? All this and more on this week’s Remixed!
For Indiana locals who want a taste of the music festival experience close to home, Fountain Square Music Festival is no doubt a worthwhile experience.
It’s 2014 again apparently, because the Remixed crew is talking about Miley Cyrus and Macklemore. Throw in an examination of EDM and we’ve got a fantastic episode of Remixed ready at your listening leisure.
No media outlet to have prematurely reported Petty’s death has commented on this incident, nor has AnnaKim Petty herself.
In addition to the Fountain Square Music Festival, SEND has invested over $35 million into the near southeast neighborhoods of Indianapolis.
Unfortunately, not everything in the album feels like it belongs. “City Lights” for example, is the only song on Thunderbird that brings a jazz sound with it, much like “Murder in Miami” from Starfighter.
Fountain Square Music Festival is now in its fifth year and plenty of changes are coming to the event. Located in five tight-knit Indianapolis venues including a new outdoor main stage called THE NUCLEUS, the festival will welcome over 50 artists from all reaches of the nation on October 6 & 7.
It has been said over and over again, but Weezer would do well to harken back to their success in the mid-1990s.
The album that thrust the grunge movement into the spotlight, Nevermind, came out 26 years ago this week. Along with the Live in New York performance, Nevermind stands as one of Nirvana’s most popular albums, giving us tracks like “Come as You Are” and “Smells Like Teen Spirit”.
Bradley’s work, both solo and with Menahan Street Band, has been sampled by countless hip-hop artists including Jay-Z and Q-Tip.
Many listeners anticipated new releases from the janglers, but instead Rankin and company spent their time in vans and onstage.