Felicity Covers Harry Styles’ “Watermelon Sugar”

New Music Coming Later This Year Orlando-based rock outfit FELICITY has shared a new cover and music video for “Watermelon Sugar.”  Originally performed by Harry Styles, the band has transformed the summery pop hit into an alt-rock anthem that deserves to be blasting through your speakers at full volume. Fans can watch the music Continue Reading

Visit Italian Montréal in a new exhibition at Pointe-à-Callière

Starting on March 10, Pointe-à-Callière is giving the public an opportunity to explore the rich heritage of Montréal’s Italian community in the new exhibition Italian Montréal. Spanning the late 19th century to the present day, the exhibition traces the moving journey of hundreds of thousands of Italo-Montrealers, examining the influence of one of Continue Reading

Spotlight on humorous documentaries from March 12 on TËNK

IT’S BETTER TO LAUGH THAN CRY: Spotlight on humorous documentaries from March 12 on Tënk This week, Tënk shows documentaries under a different light. Director Christine Chevarie (A Delicate Balance, 2018) offers a programming layover dedicated to… laughter! The five films on the program approach reality with a humorous touch. From tender irony to Continue Reading

THE OXY KINGPINS, WORLD PREMIERING MARCH 16TH AT SXSW

WORLD PREMIERING IN DOCUMENTARY FEATURE COMPETITION MARCH 16TH AT SXSW 2021 THE OXY KINGPINS tells the untold story of the web between pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors, street criminals and retailers as they conspired to facilitate this drug-fueled crisis responsible for the deaths of half-a-million Americans. It exposes the unseen middle layer of Continue Reading

Damnably X SXSW online 2021 showcase

Damnably records SXSW21 showcase Friday March 19, 2021 11:00 PM to 12:00 AM (GMT) UK indie label Damnably Records presents five bands from their roster of international acts; Otoboke Beaver and Hazy Sour Cherry hailing from Japan, Say Sue Me and Drinking Boys and Girls Choir from South Korea, and Grrrl Gang from Indonesia. Damnably is based in East London and began Continue Reading