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The 1st annual HOPE GIVERS Mental Wellness & Music Festival sponsored by Wild Leap is headed to the Sweetland Amphitheatre in Georgia on May 11, 2019. The anticipated event is a celebration of music, inspiration, hope, and education with Tamlin serving as this year’s host.

Headliners include Judah & the Lion, Drew Holcomb, the Neighbors, The War and Treaty and so many more. The one-of-kind festival is set to bring speakers from all across the country, ready to share incredible testimonies and TED talks.

Festival-goers will also have the opportunity to participate in Mental Wellness Workshops available throughout the day on the Great Lawn including: Yoga & Mindfulness, local/regional resources Meet & Greet world-renowned speakers!

Gates open at noon for food trucks, artist vendors, interactive art installations, local & regional live music, fun, and all the hugs, hope and inspiration to last you 364 days until next year’s Hope Givers Fest!

The HOPE GIVERS mental wellness + music festival is an annual fundraiser for the Georgia-based 501(c)3 IAMHOLDENON. 100% of proceeds from the festival support creating content, curriculum, and camps that promote positive mental wellness and suicide prevention.

Every ticket for this show includes a CD copy of Judah And The Lion’s forthcoming album. To purchase tickets click here.

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Earl Sweatshirt to host Conversation with his mother, noted Scholar Cheryl I. Harris

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Earl Sweatshirt has announced a one-on-one conversation with his mother and scholar, Professor Cheryl I. Harris (Arthur Gilbert Foundation Chair in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties at UCLA School of Law).

The event, which is open to the public will commence on Saturday, December 7th at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA at 1:00pm.

The conversation between Earl and Professor Harris is an extension of a series of fan experiences Earl has been curating around Los Angeles, which included the Harun Gallery pop-up in Leimert Park around the release of his recent, critically-acclaimed project Feet of Clay via Tan Cressida / Warner Records.

Additionally, the MOCA event will feature exclusive merch and the 9-foot statue of Nebuchadnezzar, erected from the Feet of Clay concept and imagery that has been making its way through Los Angeles at the earlier pop-ups, as well as on stage during Earl’s unforgettable performance at Camp Flog Gnaw.

Don’t miss this exclusive discussion between mother and son this coming Saturday and listen to the riveting project Feet of Clay now. Get more info here. MOCA members can RSVP at membership@moca.org.

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Genix remixes Golden Girls 1992 rave classic ‘Kinetic’

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The next port to dock during Genix’s tenure as captain of the Anjunabeats Worldwide compilation series, Damo revives the 90’s rave scene with his remix of Golden Girls ‘Kinetic’, an iconic side project of Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll and his brother Phil Hartnoll with Mike Hazell. Anjunabeats Worldwide 09 Mixed By Genix arrives on December 13th, with Damo embarking on a worldwide tour in support of the album.

Genix also makes an appearance on the Anjunabeats U.K. tour at our showcase in Birmingham on December 14, tickets on sale now

GENIX ON TOUR 

Dec 06 – Lizard Lounge – Dallas

Dec 14 – Anjunabeats U.K. Tour @ The Mill – Birmingham, UK

Dec 27 – Treehouse – Miami

Jan 10 – Hideout – Minneapolis

Jan 11 – Newspeak- Montreal

Jan 17 – Soundcheck – Washington D.C.

Jan 18 – U4RIA @ Velvet Underground – Toronto

Feb 01 – Parish – Austin

Feb 07 – The Underground – Seattle

Feb 21 – Junction – Calgary Feb 22 – Chvrch of John – Edmonton

Mar 14 – Passion 25th Birthday – Coalville, UK

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Ambar Lucid vibrates higher in new ‘Questioning My Mind’ music video

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On the heels of the release of “Questioning My Mind,” Dominican/Mexican-American songstress Ambar Lucid shares the accompanying video. Directed by TheVideoboy, “Questioning My Mind” sees Ambar following her younger self, slowly enveloping herself in vines as time goes on. The visual is the second from Ambar this Fall, following the Edward Allerton-directed “Mar De Llanto.”


Ambar shares about the song, “I wrote ‘Questioning My Mind’ during a time when everything in my life was beginning to change drastically. My music career was becoming more stable and I noticed how it made people in my life act a bit different. It made me question many things about myself and many things that were once familiar to me. I came to the realization that just because someone is close to me, it doesn’t mean they’ll always be positive towards the way my life is going.”


The visual for “Questioning My Mind” arrives in the midst of a wildly busy and successful year for Ambar. She released her debut EP Dreaming Lucid, shared the documentary Llegaron Las Flores, which chronicles her journey to reconnect with her father after he was deported to Mexico, and toured North America with Cuco, Omar Apollo, and Mon Lafarte.


Watch “Questioning My Mind” above.

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