Vocalists Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe developed their theatrical stage dress as a nod to artists like David Bowie and The Supremes.
The Canadian indie-pop sisters released Love You to Death in June.
OKCMOA’s French Film Month screenings are an ideal complement to the Matisse in His Time exhibition.
“It’s never going to be perfect when you mix art and education, like when we mix art and commerce or when we mix government with anything.”
Skating Polly has long frustrated those insisting on putting the band into one restrictive genre.
Even if it’s not particularly flattering to others or to myself, I have to put it out there because that’s the truth and that’s the only — I care about books too much.
David Bowie’s death gives new meaning to a tribute show in search of a new venue.
It’s been a busy year for Smith Westerns. Luckily, with their respective ages barely reaching into the 20s, they group’s members had plenty of energy to meet all the opportunities that have presented themselves since the release of their critically acclaimed sophomore effort, “Dye It Blonde.” The Chicago-based, indie-rock band has made the most of…
As with “Star Crash,” I’d much rather watch it than the Lucasfilm product any day of the week. “Battle” has none of the cultural impact, but all of what makes pop culture fun. Besides, it boasts the credit “and George Peppard as Cowboy,” and how many films can claim that? (That’s rhetorical.) As the evil…
Tulsa alternative act RadioRadio has never been shy of its intention; it’s so committed that the band decided on repeating it in its name. “There’s always been that desire to breakout into being the national act we are capable of being,” vocalist Greg Hosterman said. “I felt like the name was an exultation. RadioRadio: We…