KT Tunstall sits down with The Knockturnal to share more about her new short film, reclaiming pink, and the kind of music that makes kids go wild.
“It’s just a little voice
And if you’re listening
Sometimes a little voice
Can say the biggest thing.”
Netflix’s “Dead to Me” came to the platform with all of the recipe ingredients for a binge-worthy comedy: short episodes, cliff-hangers, twists, a range of emotions, and career-best performances. Put it all together and the final product is definitely better than Karen’s take on Mexican lasagne (with raisins).
A reflection on the DGA’s presentation of “Mulan” amidst the shutting down of Hollywood.
When Songland arrived last summer, the numbers proved it was different.
This is for Kennedy.
Maggie Rogers headlines a “party about statistics.”
Ella Vos brings the entertain-mint and Tic-Tac brings the refresh-mint to The Mint LA.
Spotify usually deals with big numbers: billions of plays, millions of listeners, thousands of songs uploaded a day.
Let me start with a confession: I’ve seen Sara Bareilles five times. I saw her Broadway debut in Waitress. I saw her at the Lilith Fair reboot. I’m excited for every single one of her developments and an admirer of her work.