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Composed of longtime friends Tom Evans and Dan Griffith, The White Panda is a mash-up duo that has already toured alongside some of the biggest names in dance and hip-hop music like Tiesto and Steve Aoki. Their infectious sound is undeniable, and has seeped through the electronic dance music scene in the past year. Check out our exclusive interview with The White Panda before they get ready to perform at the Best Buy Theater in New York this weekend! More»
What is trending on Twitter today:
1. #LCM: London Collections: Men is beginning its third and final day today! Some of the highlights from yesterday include Christopher Kane at the private gallery Rook and Raven in Soho, Katie Eary's colorful skater looks in Bloomsbury, and Alexander McQueen's cobbled Kings Cross catwalk debuting a floral brocade suit. Read more on ElleUK!
2. #Yeezus: Everyone is buzzing about Kayne's latest album that leaked at the end of last week before it was intended to be dropped today. See what Vulture is saying about the underwhelming new album! More»
We're all gearing up for the drunken debauchery that is SXSW, and what better way to mentally prepare than reliving the parties from years past? In a sea free beer and whiskey, it's easy to blur together the parties of SXSW, so we've rounded up our Austin experience from last year's festival. Check out some of the coolest parties that happened at SXSW 2012. More>>
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This week’s live music in L.A. has impressive indie bands performing throughout the city. If that’s not your thing maybe an 80s girl band or a white rapper will appeal to you. Though the options seem endless, we picked a few of our favorites we think you should see. Most of these artists are promoting their new albums so check them out before heading to the shows (it’s not as fun when you can’t sing along).
The reason why so many Hip Hop artists have come out of New York is due to the fact that the city represents an urban struggle, among many other things. The city culture fosters a creative and provocative haven that is exceedingly organic for artists. Here are 7 of the up and coming artist that are from the area. Check out Dylan Owen, Kilo Kish, Vinny Cha$e, and more!
Today marks the first-ever New York Music Week, brought to you by New Music Seminar and the NYC's Mayor's Office of Media & Entertainment. Lasting until Thursday, June 21, the week will foster new ideas, artists, and events that will build the recording industry of tomorrow. With a variety of panels, concerts, and discussions, the leading minds of today's music industry will gather around the city for, in short, a completely insane week. Check out the different festivals and events happening this week! More»
In his meteoric rise to fame over the last four years, 21-year-old Odd Future frontman Tyler The Creator has made a habit of doing or saying pretty much whatever borderline-insane shit pops into his head, from bum-rushing the stage and getting choke slammed at a Gucci Mane show to responding to Canadian indie rockers Tegan & Sara's thoughtful, well-developed criticism of his lyrical content with a single tweet. Whether or not you approve of his particular brand of lunacy, he's bigger than ever, as evidenced by this Cobrasnake gallery of his Odd Future collective's headlining gig at the Paid Dues Festival this weekend in San Bernardino. More»
In a sea free beer and whiskey, it's easy to blur together the parties of SXSW. So, in case you want to piece together your Austin experience, check out some of the coolest parties that happened at SXSW 2012. (For those of you who would rather not relive the drunken debauchery, you can just stop reading at the end of this sentence.) More»
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.