CONNECTING THE DOTS AND STARS WITH ARTIST JENNIFER PROBERT By Sandra Castillo

The muse can strike at lightning speed. Whether it unleashes itself from the well-spring of one’s fertile imagination or from a song that embraces the listener and reels him in to that perpetual state of nirvana, for an artist, the inspiration to create is just as vital and necessary a function as breathing, in order […]

CONECEPTUAL ARTIST XU HAN EXPANDING HER WORK ONE SHOW AT A TIME by Nick Christophers

It is no doubt that America is a place for any artist to feel free to express their talent. This is the case for Xu Han who left China to give herself the opportunity to share her artistic vision. Yet she did start her first steps towards that in 2012 in Beijing as a Graphic […]

DANCING THROUGH DIAGONAL FIELDS WITH GON By Sandra Castillo

The stark, somber imagery plays out in haunting, gracefully ethereal fashion, as male dancers veiled in pearl white surround the one blessed with the kind of visage that lingers in dreams cast from the fantasies of the mind’s eye.Yet, in so many ways, the illusion is very reminiscent of the lights, shadows that traversed the mood […]

“FROM CHINA, ASIA TO THE WEST” THE NEW ALBUM BY ZHIHUA HU by Nick Christophers

It is without doubt that Zhihua Hu is a multi-talented artist who never slows down when it comes to performing. Since her time in New York after she left her native China, she has graced the stages of Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. Her skills at the piano are without reproach as she has entertained […]

STANDING TALL AS A FLOWER ARTIST SARAH “TOURNESOUL” SHAH by Nick Christophers

In the crowded club DROM in the downtown section of Manhattan a certain voice elevated the audience with elegance and style. It was the vocal chords of a shining star sprouting to spread her wings even wider. Sarah Shah’s star is rising as she has cemented her name and music with many fans across America. […]

MICHAEL SACKLER-BERNER TURNS THE PAGE ON A FEW SHORT STORIES By Sandra Castillo

According to Michael Sackler-Berner, it’s all there on his latest album, Short Stories, which boasts an eclectic, introspective array of songs distilled in the crystalline waters of the imagination of the one who employed a “huge list of players” to deliver the goods. A coterie of musical heavyweights, who backed the singer on the album, […]

ELECTRIC MUD WILL NEVER MAKE DANGEROUS PROMISES THEY CAN’T KEEP By Sandra Castillo

It was on a June afternoon, at the 2019 Art Around Adams Street Festival in San Diego, when the crowd had grown considerably in size, as the band launched torpedoes on a tricked-out, stone-cold version of the Rolling Stones classic “Under My Thumb.” Unbridled, raucous, with a propensity-for-danger, the spitfire performance from the wild-eyed, tattooed […]

JOHN DRAGONETTI VS JACK DRAG-ONE IN THE SAME By Sandra Castillo

John Dragonetti is somewhat of an anomaly-a creative, dynamic life force strapped with enough propulsion to launch a satellite into space. His ambition, as a songwriter, performer and composer of symphonic overtures, is testament of his unwavering, relentless dedication to his craft. On those rare days he’s not spearheading his next musical project or distilling […]

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN GENDERS WITH PHOTOGRAPHY by Nick Christophers

It couldn’t have been any perfect for Lanny Li as they presented their first solo show “every wardrobe an IDENTITY” at the New York Arts Center in Chinatown.  Lanny Li is a photographer who hails from China has begun to make themselves known in the Chinese and American communities. Their work focuses on the human […]

URBAN ARTIST ETCETERA BREAKING OUT WITH ANOTHER FUTURE HIT by Nick Christophers

You don’t need to be a music critic to realize quality music when you hear it. Hip Hop artist ETCETERA has done just that with new music about to drop. Here is someone who has been apart of the Hip Hop scene for awhile and has made it to the red carpet at the Grammy’s. […]

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