Gypsy Films CNY and the New Hartford Shopping Center are partnering to bring Drive-In movies to New Hartford every other Thursday.
Posted: Jul 23, 2020 10:23 PM
Updated: Jul 23, 2020 10:23 PM
Posted By: Ben Vahey
The rising pop sensation is back with her dance-worthy new tune.
Back with her infectious IDGAF attitude, is left-pop singer Leah Kate with “Used to This”. Known for her relatable and feel-good dance-worthy anthems, “Used to This” erupts with funky melodies and soulful vocals for a breathtakingly candid tune. With Cadillacs and checkered crop tops in tow, the singer details recognising the good in people over a funky dance-pop rhythm.
Having found success performing at both London and New York fashion week, the singer-songwriter is determined to fuse her passion of creating unexpected soundscapes with electronic pop elements, and we’re totally here for it!
Check out the catchy song below…
Following the epic VERZUZ battle between DMX and Snoop Dogg last night, we have some new music from X today. Well, sort of.
The veteran rapper assists Brooklyn’s own Casanova on his new single ‘Don’t Play Games’ where he not only contributes with the chorus but also spits the second verse. “Gorilla on the track, King Kong silverback / M*thafucka want a problem, I’ma give it back,” X raps in his typical intense cadence.
Listen to the song below.
Here's how Kate Moss, Gabriela Hearst and Gwyneth Paltrow got their families involved in their latest projects.
For the past few months, everything’s been on pause due to coronavirus lockdowns around the world. But fashion brands are coming up with inventive ways to showcase their latest collections, shot at home during quarantine and often featuring the designers themselves as models. Here, some of the recent fashion campaigns that came together during Covid lockdown.
The July collection from Goop’s in-house brand G. Label is modelled by a very familiar face—Gwyneth Paltrow herself. With her daughter Apple playing stand-in model and husband Brad Falchuk playing photographer, the summer photoshoot out in the Hamptons was truly a family affair. Of the denim looks modelled by her and her daughter, Paltrow says: “We made both of these retro styles out of vintage-soft denim that’s got a bit of stretch but still holds you in. …
After holding a social-distancing special earlier this year, Mystery Science Theater 3000 creator Joel Hodgson and former MST3K cast members Bill Corbett (Crow T. Robot #2) and J. Elvis Weinstein (Tom Servo #1) stopped by for a nostalgia-filled, movie-roasting good time at today's Comic-Con@Home panel. However, the panel had a different primary goal in mind: raising money for a good cause. And, thanks to the loyal army of MST3K fans (and a gung-ho post on the official MST3K page), they nearly met their goal even before the fundraiser's officially planned announcement.
The fundraiser, meant to solicit donations for the Minneapolis-based Native American youth organization MIGIZI (which saw its main facility burned during the anti-racism protests earlier this summer), totaled $17,811 at the time of the panel's posting…because of course even the laws of physics couldn't stop diehard MST3Kers. That means that it met one of its goals — reaching $10,000 gets Hodgson, Corbett, and Weinstein …
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Bill & Ted Face the Music will debut simultaneously on premium VOD and in any cinemas willing to play the threequel September 1st. Orion Pictures confirmed the shift early Thursday and released a second trailer in advance of a virtual Comic-Con panel set to take place this weekend.
Updated: Jul 22, 2020, 18:38 IST
Priyanka Chopra will be celebrating 20 years of her presence in the entertainment industry this year. The actor plans to celebrate it in her own unique style and she has shared a video to let her fans know about her plan. Watch the video to find out more.
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Trav Torch has a lot on his mind in the new music video for his single “Give It to Me Baby,” and social distancing isn’t going to get in his way. He’s looking to get close to a vixen on the other end of the phone, but more importantly, he’s going to use the grooves in this track to draw us all the further into his web of seduction. “Give It to Me Baby” presents us with a confident Trav Torch unfazed by any of the stresses being discussed on the nightly news – he’s melting hearts with these melodies, and that’s his only desire this July.
This groove is what gets us hooked on the sly movement of the song, but it’s the harmony between TravTorch and the underlying instrumentation that sells “Give It to Me Baby” as a homerun hit for his discography. Structurally reminiscent of something off …
Redlands musician, songwriter, and producer Eliat started creating music from a very young age. Playing percussion instruments with rock bands throughout her adolescence, she has now found her calling while producing and singing her own songs. Eliat draws inspiration from her past with a bad record of substance abuse, and is able to put her traumatic experiences to good use while creating incredible music.
Staying true to her feelings, Eliat releases his latest tune ‘Envelope’, and further exposes her unique talents. Her incredible knack for songwriting and lyrics stands out in the song, while her voice doesn’t disappoint either. ‘Envelope’ is receiving a lot of praise for its uniqueness and emotional vibes, while it has amassed over 20k plays on Spotify.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Due to its popularity, the Albuquerque Film & Music Experience will be including Cottonwood Mall in addition to O’Niell’s Pub in its drive-in movie series. The series started in June with movies under the stars on Central Avenue and offers the public the chance to watch films while social distancing.
Movies will be held on Saturdays at Cottonwood and on Wednesdays at O’Niell’s located at 4310 Central Ave. The Saturday series kicked off on July 18 with “The Goonies” while “Jurassic Park” is playing on July 25, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” on August 1, and “Paul Blart: Mall Cop” on August 8.
Movies will take place in the parking lot of HomeLife at Cottonwood. Tickets cost $20 per vehicle and must be purchased in advance online.
The original Wednesday movie series at O’Niell’s Pub will continue into September with “Jaws” playing on July 22 and “Dirty Dancing” on …
While the most creative many of us got in quarantine involved banana bread and some-more-successful-than-others sourdough loaves, some of the biggest designers in the industry used lockdown to imagine and casually conceptualise full Couture collections and new ways of presenting them to the fashion masses (namely through short films).
Not confined to just one week this time around, given no one’s dashing off to catch flights to their next destination right now, presentations are set to run throughout July – with Chanel, Balmain, and Dior all having shown off what they have to offer, and the likes of Valentino still yet to come, we’ve put together an ongoing list of everything you need to know about the first ever digital Couture season.
The Northrup Theater was built in Syracuse, Kansas in 1930 by local businessman Frank F. Northrup. At the time of its construction it was billed as the largest movie theater in western Kansas. The theater continues to show movies, and is owned by the Syracuse/Hamilton Chamber of Commerce.
Whether it’s because of a pandemic, money issues, or just bad timing, it sucks when we can’t make it to our favorite fan conventions. Fortunately, if we want to recreate that classic convention experience—all we have to do is turn on the television. These are the five best movies and TV episodes set at fan cons.
This season six episode of Futurama kicks things off because it actually brings us to San Diego Comic-Con! Well, a non-trademark infringing version of it anyway. Fry heads to the convention to promote his new comic book Delivery Boy Man, while Leela and Bender try out for the costume contest. Bender wins, of course, because he’s dressed as “every nerd’s fantasy”—meaning Leela.
In this episode of Community, Troy (Donald Glover) and Abed (Danny Pudi) see their friendship strained at a con for their favorite British space and time-traveling hero: …
Unfortunately things went south and the relationship had to come to an end sadly. The break up wasn’t a smooth one as things got heated up between the two before everything finally settled down for the break up to happen.
After their break up the two have showed some care and affection publicly to each other once or twice, especially on Mitchy’s birthday and on Fathers Day few months weeks ago.
Mitchy in a new video can cause Shatta Wale to ask for a straight comeback as she shows off her uplifted backside with smiles. Mitchy is seen in the video smiling seductively while stretching and in the process, showed off her uplifted backside which many believe can cause the dancehall king toask …
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The sounds of live music could be heard in Kingston’s Springer Market Square Tuesday night.