See two local films at Open Gallery for $5 Suggested Donation
I got to speak with Oxford's trip-hop psychedelic band Glass Animals. They're full of little surprises.
Jake Bugg arrives in Louisville on June 17th for a show at Headliners. We've got all the info on the show right here.
Louisville's newest theater venue hosts the one and only Lillian Baxter for a Christmas special musical revue that everyone can enjoy.
Transplanted from Hawaii, hip-hop duo CPHR DVN has made quite an impact on Louisville's creative scene and are now raising funds to help with the release of their next album RNBW MZIK.
A well meaning documentary about the downfall of Detroit doesn't ask many questions, doesn't give any answers, and certainly doesn't have any hope for the future.
Despite my love of Kentucky and appreciation for everything filmmaker Martha Stephens wished to show, I could not connect with this meandering, listless film.
Telling the story of a young couple escaping through Florida from a following crime, Sun Don't Shine grips tightly to your attention, not letting it leave the screen.
Craig Hawkins received his B.F.A in Fine Art from Valdosta State University (2001) and his M.F.A. at the University of Georgia (2011). Hawkins grew up in multiple cities and of his art says, “I collect moments of revelation and try to give them away as a drawing or a painting.”
Crescent Hill Radio began as a hobby for Kathy Weisbach, but the non-profit has become a full blown radio station, providing creative outlet and communication to the Louisville community.
Local record label MCB records represents five local musical acts of varying styles.
Railroad Earth’s sound isn’t country; and it isn’t bluegrass, and it isn’t rock. But they do mix all of those genres extremely well to create a hard to characterize collection of tunes.
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