Posts tagged with "moonlight"

Johnnyswim “The Last Time”

JOHNNYSWIM RELEASE NEW SINGLE “THE LAST TIME” FEATURING MUSIC ICON MICHAEL MCDONALD

Critically acclaimed duo, JOHNNYSWIM led by husband-and-wife Abner Ramirez and Amanda Sudano, release their latest single “The Last Time” featuring music icon Michael McDonald. Their third full-length album, MOONLIGHT [Britannia Row Recordings/BMG], will be out on April 19.

This marks the groups first release under their newly minted deal with Britannia Row Recordings and BMG. In support of the album, JOHNNYSWIM will embark on a North American tour beginning May 3 in St. Louis, MO. See the full routing for dates below and click HERE for more info!

TOUR DATES

May 3 St. Louis, MO The Pageant

May 4 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room

May 7 Cincinnati, OH Bogart’s

May 8 Knoxville, TN Tennesse Theatre

May 10 Nashville, TN The Ryman

May 11 Atlanta, GA Coca-Cola Roxy

May 13 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore

May 14 Raleigh, NC The Ritz

May 15 Washington, DC Lincoln Theatre

May 17 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer

May 18 New Haven, CT College Street Music Hall

May 20 Boston, MA House of Blues

May 21 New York, NY Webster Hall

May 22 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel

May 24 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall

May 25 Chicago, IL Rivera Theatre

May 28 Austin, TX Emo’s

May 29 Houston, TX White Oak Music Hall

May 30 Oklahoma City, OK Jones Assembly

June 1 Dallas, TX Bomb Factory

June 4 Denver, CO Ogden

June 5 Salt Lake City, UT The Union

June 7 Seattle, WA Showbox SODO

June 8 Portland, OR Roseland Theatre

June 10 San Francisco, CA The Masonic

June 12 San Diego, CA Humphrey’s

June 13 Phoenix, AZ The Van Buren

June 14 Los Angeles, CA The Theatre At Ace Theatre

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‘What’s Good with Stretch & Bobbito’ Returns

NPR’S WHAT’S GOOD WITH STRETCH & BOBBITO RETURNS FOR SEASON 2 ON PODCAST FEEDS EVERYWHERE AUGUST 15

Co-hostedby dynamic duo Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia, the blockbuster NPR podcast What’s Good With Stretch & Bobbito launches its highly anticipated second season on August 15, 2018.

Catch up on previous episodes and subscribe to the show ahead of the new season on npr.org.

Last year, the podcast emerged as a fan favorite, featuring free-wheeling and candid conversations with some of the most interesting people throughout the worlds of music, film, television, comedy, culture, media, and beyond. Among season one’s 17 interviews, guests ranged from legendary comic Dave Chappelle, Academy Award-winning actor Mahershala Ali [Moonlight, Luke Cage], and Stevie Wonder to Run The Jewels, Bootsy Collins, Chance the Rapper, Linda Sarsour, and many more. Along the way, it landed looks from Hypebeast, Billboard, and Okayplayer, to name a few. 2018 promises yet another slate of high-profile subjects to be announced very soon. Don’t miss What’s Good With Stretch & Bobbito on NPR!

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XXXTENTACION

Tens of thousands of fans, friends, and family touched by the everlasting light of Jahseh Onfroy a.k.a. XXXTentacion congregated at Florida Panthers Stadium in Sunrise, FL to commemorate his life and celebrate the legacy he built earlier today.

Planned by his mom, the public viewing and fan memorial allowed audiences to pay their respects to the multiplatinum game-changing artist together and do so in harmony. A moving tribute video created by Justin Staple, Quinton Dominguez, and Tyler Benz [Vice/Noisey] played for the capacity crowd during the proceedings as XXXTentacion’s music played inside and out of the stadium. Various celebrity VIPs attended, including Lil Yachty, Ugly God, Denzel Curry, Skai Jackson, Lil Uzi Vert, Adam 22 and more. Fans also left thousands of messages on commutative poster boards. XXXTentacion’s tribute video and images from the memorial can be found below.

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Photo Credit: Larry Marano

Watch XXXTentacion’s tribute video HERE.

This represents the culmination of a week of memorials across the country by fans everywhere. Beyond an outpouring of social media support from Kanye West, Diddy, J. Cole, Big Sean, and more, Academy® Award winner Jamie Foxx took to the stage at the BET Awards to deliver a moving message in remembrance. Longtime friend and collaborator Ski Mask The Slump God donned a mask in honor as further tributes poured in from the ceremony courtesy of actor Christian Keyes, Desiigner, and many others. Meanwhile, Meek Mill sported an XXXTentacion shirt during his much talked-about performance of the new single “Stay Woke.”

At the same time, XXXTentacion’s multiplatinum single “SAD!” from the chart-dominating ? ascended to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 as if forever cementing his impact. Leaping from #52 to #1, the song becomes “the first posthumous #1 for a lead soloist since The Notorious B.I.G.’s ‘Mo Money Mo Problems in 1997,” according to Billboard. Eight other tracks hold spots in the Hot 100 such as “Moonlight” at #16, “Changes” at #18, “Jocelyn Flores” at #19, “FK Love” [feat. Trippie Redd] at #28, “Everybody Dies In Their Nightmares” at #42, “The Remedy for a Broke Heart (Why Am I So in Love)” at #58, “Hope” at #80, and “Numb” at #82. At Spotify, “SAD!” crushed Taylor Swift’s record for “Most Streams in a Single Day” and generated over 10.1 million in less than 24 hours.

XXXTentacion remains the voice of his generation, and that voice will live on forever.

LIL XAN × FUSE

Lil Xan talks Total Xanarchy, SoundCloud artists dominating and his Diplo collab in an all new Fuse First premiering on Fuse’s Youtube Channel.

The “Betrayed” rapper says he’s here to stay, confirms going into “album two and three mode” after promoting his Total Xanarchy debut and expresses satisfaction with his debut album. Xan also details the response he’s received from the Xanarchy Gang, how he linked up with Charli XCX for “Moonlight,” and other artists on the 16-track project.

Lil Xan recently took Fuse’s Lie Detector and unveiled his deep, dark secrets

Link: https://youtu.be/GLatczgC–s

Check out his Fuse First interview below!

Link: https://youtu.be/SzT7THFuuZE

WEST TEXAS

By: Jennifer Simonson
The skies over West Texas are the area number four of the seven best spots on Earth for stargazing making it the perfect place for an amateur photographer like myself to attempt to capture the Milky Way on film. I opted to bypass the uber trendy town of Marfa and stay in the more laid back town of Marathon about half-a-hour north of Big Bend National Park. I arrived in Marathon near 5 pm and checked into the whimsical Eve’s Garden Bed and Breakfast.

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The brightly colored domes and arches of the bed and breakfast create a feeling described as “Through the Looking Glass.” Fragrant roses, bougainvillea and seasonal flowers fill the open-air atrium between rooms. After unloading my suitcase I set out to explore the town of 400 people. Two hours is more than enough time to wander through the local art galleries, gift shops and 27-acre gardens.

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The Gage Hotel is the town’s historic hotel. Built by a ranch owner in 1927, the boutique hotel offers a heated pool, spa and full-service restaurant to revive weary travelers. The mission-style adobe building decked out in cow skulls, suede blankets and leather hides will not let you forget you are in Texas.

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The cloud build up from storms blowing through ensured I would not be taking photos that evening. Instead I headed to the Gage’s White Buffalo Bar to relax with an El Carranza, the house margarita, before moving in to the 12-Gage Restaurant for dinner. I originally eyed the Blackened Scallops over a Black Eyed Pea Fritter, but thought given the cow-hide covered leather chairs and cowboy decor the Beef Tenderloin Filet with green chili scalloped potatoes would be a more appropriate entree choice.

I woke up early the next day to head into the park. More than 800,000 acres spread out over the high desert terrain of the Chisos Mountains. The park is simply too big to explore in a day. A park ranger told me to start at the Santa Elena Canyon. West Texas 5

The canyon straddles the United States and Mexico border. With 1500-foot canyon walls, it is considered one of the the most dramatically beautiful areas in the park. Many visitors canoe the 20-mile portion of the Rio Grande River that runs through the canyon. While others, like myself, hike down to the river then walk along the canyon walls while occasionally taking a dip in the water.

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That night I drove to the nearby ghost town of Terlingua to set up for photos. The evening was cloudy, so after checking Facebook (thank goodness for the Chevy’s Wi-Fi capabilities) I took a nap in the back of the truck. I awoke just before 5 a.m., as the Milky Way began to rise over the horizon. The clouds had dissipated leaving behind a blanket of stars filling the night’s sky. I spent the 90 minutes adjusting my shutter speed, moving the tripod to capture the best angle trying to take as many shots as I could before the sun rose. But for a few minutes I put aside my camera aside, stared into space and thought about how at one point in time people used the stars to guide their travels, navigate their ships, plant their crops and find their place in the world. I tried to take it all in before the stars retreated in sun’s first light. Then I packed up the 2018 Suburban for the long and dusty drive back to Austin.