The Rumjacks have shared the video for ‘Rhythm Of Her Name.’ The track features on their new album ‘Hestia,’ which was released in March to widespread critical acclaim, and follows the announcement of an extensive UK and Ireland tour in 2022.
Photos & Words by Angela RoseRed
It’s no secret that COVID’s pause for live music has initiated many emotions to the souls who depend on “going to a show” to survive and cope with everyday life. For those who do not understand how real the struggle is, you fail to realize this year + of concert silence was a time where many mourned like never before. Simply put, live music is the one thing that unifies us as a scene, which is a much needed outlet from our daily triumphs and tragedies. Music truly unites and heals. It calls to our souls and transcends who we are as individuals. Luckily in its absence, we found other ways to creatively cope, and in some aspects, it brought us closer together.
Les Femmes Underground International Film Festival!
The third annual Les Femmes Underground International Film Festival (LEFUFF)
will make its way to Arizona on Sept. 1st, at Phoenix Center for the Arts. It is the only
traveling festival that showcases exclusively feminist experimental art and narrative
work. This year it will feature films from over 30 different countries ranging in
genres from Documentary, Experimental, Narrative, Horror, Female Sexuality, and
our own concoction Psychotropic. There will be film screenings, vendors, artists,
catering, Q & A sessions with filmmakers and a performance by It’s Embarrassing.