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Vicetone releases a remix EP for their single “Bright Side.” Off the back of their hit “Bright Side” from their recent debut EP Aurora, Vicetone have slotted in some major talent for the remix package. Thomas Gold kicks off the 3-track bundle by letting the vocals take a back seat to a combination of a high energy bassline and various instrumentals for this peak-time weapon of a remix. Summer can’t come soon enough with Romanian DJ Boehm’s remix that pairs sunny piano chords with a chopped-up chorus vocal. Drift away as Two Friends slows it down with their melodic rendition incorporating Jamaican inspired drums and echoing percussions.
"Send My Love (To Your New Lover)," the new single from Adele's latest album 25, is available today via digital services worldwide. "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" was co-written with and produced by Max Martin & Shellback.
The video for "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" will debut worldwide on the live broadcast of 2016 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday May 22, as well as online via Vevo. The video was shot in London and directed by Patrick Daughters (Feist, Muse, Yeah Yeah Yeahs).
With a nod to the tried & true, Joe Pacheco lends a modern twist to this REMASTERED set of circuit faves. Time and again, these legendary tracks have proven to be some of the greatest music tracks ever produced. Turn it up and twirl!
Brian Kent Productions is excited to announce that after two sold out San Francisco shows in January, PAM ANN will once again be laid over in the city by the bay, but this time with her classic airline industry show. Come kick off pride month and see the performance that sent her soaring through the friendly skies.
Hilarious, often shocking and totally politically incorrect, a trip with PAM ANN is bumpy and nail-bitingly unpredictable. Join her in-flight as she takes off her pristine white gloves and serves you a cocktail of unrelenting shoot-from-the-lip observation.
Main cabin tickets ($35) as well as First Class ($60) are on sale now! First Class tickets include early boarding (7:00pm) for front row access, a glass of champagne on arrival, free coat check, and a VIP meet and greet with Pam Ann.
ONE SHOW ONLY, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2016. You must be 21+ for take off!
May 11, 2016 – NEW YORK: Filmmaker, entrepreneur and columnist Michael Lucas will release his 2013 documentary, Undressing Israel: Gay Men in the Promised Land, for free viewing online beginning Thursday, May 12, in celebration of Israel’s 68th Independence Day. The film is also currently available on Amazon Video for $12.99.
Lucas is making the film available in response to what he calls “the global demonization of Israel and the widespread disinformation campaign about the only country in the Middle East where gay people enjoy equality and safety.” Lucas believes that Israel’s "enlightened, progressive attitudes about the LGBT community" can serve as "a model for the world."
Although Tel Aviv was named “the world’s best gay travel destination” by GayCities.com and American Airlines in 2011, Lucas is concerned that many gays who’ve never been to Israel think of it as a religious country that is constantly in turmoil. The reality, as Undressing Israel makes clear, is quite different. The filmmakers attend a joyous same-sex wedding, interview a gay member of Israel’s parliament, speak with a gay Muslim Arab-Israeli journalist, visit vibrant nightclubs and meet gay couples and their children. The film also features revealing, funny and moving conversations with a wide array of LGBT Israelis, including one of Israel’s best-known “out” personalities, Eliad Cohen, a former combat soldier once featured on the cover of the Spartacus International Gay Guide and now considered Tel Aviv’s hottest party promoter.
Undressing Israel has a running time of 46 minutes and will be streamed for free at www.MichaelLucas.com.
Just in time or summer! The boys of Cool Kid Adjacent (Matthew Ludwinski & friends) aren't going to let a little California drought get in the way of their taking on the time-honored tradition of the sexy car wash video. Watch them get down & dirty in an effort to conserve water - and stay dry!
OUT magazine today released its June/July 2016 cover featuring Nick Jonas. In his cover story interview with OUT contributor Chadwick Moore, Jonas discusses his burgeoning acting career, his upcoming solo album, Last Year Was Complicated, and the constant accusations of gay baiting.
Here's a couple of select excerpts from Nick Jonas’s OUT cover story:
On the accusations of courting the LGBT community and working both the LGBT press and New York City’s gay club circuit: The accusations of gay baiting and opportunism have left Jonas a bit wounded. “It’s not the majority, but a large handful have a negative opinion for whatever reason,” he says, “and I think it’s really quite sad.”
On Nate, his queer character on television series Kingdom, who is grappling with masculinity and a conservative family: “It’s been a great character to play,” says Jonas, “One that I try to be respectful of and take myself out of. He’s on his own path.” To prepare for the part, he spoke to some of his closest friends, some of whom were raised in conservative families about their coming-out experiences. “It was a good way to research,” says Jonas, “to kind of build the character with some elements of real life.”
Read the full Nick Jonas’s interview now at OUT.com.
Australian master of house, Generik, is back with new tune “Late at Night.” Featuring infectious chord progression, bouncing kick drums, and some of the smoothest vocals you’ve ever heard, “Late at Night” is a genre-busting crossover hit fit to take over any pop or house playlist this summer. Available here!
Watch Andra Day's new M. Night Shyamalan-directed video for her inspirational anthem "Rise Up." This introspective video is the second to be crafted by an acclaimed filmmaker following Spike Lee's direction of her debut video "Forever Mine."
CocaCola and McDonald's recently announced Day as part of their Rise Up ESSENCE® Festival program ahead of her performance at the 2016 Essence Festival in New Orleans. The lyrics from "Rise Up" will appear on 40 million CocaCola cups in select McDonald's restaurants across the nation and include a Shazam-powered portal into a digital experience where they can watch the "I Rise" short film starring Andra Day. Andra Day will grace the cover of ESSENCE Magazine's June issue.