Caye Shares Brand New Single 'SCARS'
by Michael Major - November 04, 2022
LA-based artist/producer/songwriter, Caye (pronounced KAI), shares his brand-new single, “SCARS.” Written and produced by Caye himself, “SCARS” reflects on how we are constantly rushing through life, focusing on moving from one thing to the next but never taking time to look around and live in the m...
Gary Schteyngart and Elissa LeCoque Featured On Podcast SongWriter
by Tori Hartshorn - June 25, 2019
SongWriter is a new podcast that explores the connections between written word and lyrical and how all art responds to other art. Hosted by songwriter and novelist, Ben Arthur, the second episode features Gary Shteyngart and Elissa LeCoque, and was also featured on this week's Acoustic Cafe broadcas...
Kaufman Music Center Presents IN YOUR FACE - NEW YORK
by Kaitlin Milligan - September 17, 2018
It's big, it's loud – it's everything New York! In Your Face–New York captures the spirit, the energy, the music, noise and creativity of this capital of the world. A smart, fun and funny show (and podcast—www.inyourfaceny.org) for the 21st century urbanite, it's a raucous, head-on collision between...
Photo Flash: Adam Davenport Wins at the Independent Music Awards
by Stephi Wild - March 31, 2018
Adam Davenport was an early winner at the 16th annual Independent Music Awards (The IMAs) on March 31st at New York City's historic Lincoln Center. Davenport and collaborator Andrew Foord, an Emmy-winning photographer, won in one of the design categories for Davenport's debut single 'My Return Addre...
Sachal Ensemble Launches First US Tour
by Caryn Robbins - September 15, 2017
A jazz song from the late-50s, an Oxford-educated financial advisor and a group of once-celebrated but unemployed musicians -- some of whom no longer even owned an instrument -- are not the standard ingredients from which global hits are made. But then the story of the Sachal Ensemble, from Lahore, ...
SACHAL ENSEMBLE Launches First US Tour
by A.A. Cristi - August 14, 2017
A jazz song from the late-50s, an Oxford-educated financial advisor and a group of once-celebrated but unemployed musicians -- some of whom no longer even owned an instrument -- are not the standard ingredients from which global hits are made....