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Long Island Pulse Interviews Jukebox the Ghost
"Brooklyn-based power pop trio Jukebox the Ghost got its namesake from a Captain Beefheart song and a passage in a Nabokov novel. Since 2008, the band—Ben Thornewill on piano/synths/vocals,Tommy Siegel on guitars/vocals and Jesse Kristin on drums—has played over 800 live shows with acts like Ben Folds, Adam Green and the Barenaked Ladies. The Washington, DC natives recently appeared on CONAN to perform the song “Postcard” from their latest self-titled disc. Jukebox the Ghost will be headlining NYC’s Irving Plaza on Saturday night with openers Little Daylight and Secret Someones"…Continue
Marianas Trench - "Here's to the Zeros" Official Trailer
This is a musical celebration with short sets from the many artists performing. There will not be prescribed set times. If you want to make sure you see your favorite performers please arrive early!
You don’t know who will come out when and who might pop out to perform with whom, so again please arrive early. Doors and show start at 7pm!
Ivy Leavn - Young Hollywood's Backstage Diaries
Young Hollywood is backstage at the Bootleg Theater in L.A. to catch up with singer Ivy Levan as she gets ready for her gig. The "Biscuit" artist explains what a typical show day is like for her, plus she explains the "swamp-pop" genre to which she relates herself, tells us how her music has evolved with her personal life, and scoops us on her tarot card-inspired tattoo. Also see if she will reveal any of her lipstick secrets!
Buy her single (& remixes) here: http://smartURL.it/IvyBiscuit &…Continue
PopCrush Premieres Behind-the-Scenes Footage of Ivy Levan's "Biscuit"
'“Larger than life” definitely describes the “Biscuit” video, which features Ivy rocking some pretty dramatic looks. Yep, in just one video she rocks blond, red and black hair. Whew! We’re the first to say how impressed we are because she effortlessly pulls off each look.
“To define Ivy’s style is kind of difficult, because she’s a style within her own,” stylist Brett Alan Nelson says. “There’s no way to explain it other than ‘Ivy Levan.’ I don’t think there’s anyone out there that is like Ivy. There’s a little bit of sparkle, there’s a little bit of grunge, there’s…Continue