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A Look At DECADENCE 2016

Photos taken at Decadence 2016 by: Thomas Int-Hout [www.facebook.com/thomasinthoutcreative] All rights reserved. Please visit our Flickr page for more photos of events we cover! Click on any image to open gallery. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mazgt3haQo&feature=youtu.be

Interview: Mega Ran | Taiyou Con 2016

  Geek News Network interviews Mega Ran at Taiyou Con 2016. Mega Ran is a rap artist who takes much inspiration from gaming and his own life experiences. In this interview Mega Ran discusses his new album along with the next steps he will take on his creative journey. Director of Filmography: Chris

PLAY THE DOCUMENTARY | Movie Review

Throughout the country Arts Education is continually being cut in favor of core curriculum - English, Math, Social Studies, Science - and music education feels the major brunt of these cuts. Last year Matty Steinkamp, a filmmaker in Phoenix and avid music fan, saw the continued depletion of these programs

An interview with Metal Gear Solid composer Rika Muranaka

From electronic keyboards to composing for best-selling video games, Rika Muranaka has done quite a bit in her music career over the past few decades. A special guest at this years’ Saboten Con 2015, Muranaka discussed her beginnings in the music industry in Japan, plans for future projects and of course,

“From New York to New Mexico” Review of the Phoenix Art Museum Exhibit

Last Sunday, June 7th, the Phoenix Art Museum welcomed their newest exhibit "From New York to New Mexico: Masterworks of American Modernism." This dynamic experience is actually from a private collection from the Vilcek Foundation and supplemented with a few regular pieces from the Phoenix Art Museum. The Vilcek Foundation

The Phoenix Lights Festival | EDM Experience

This past Sunday, March 22nd, the Civic Space Park in Downtown Phoenix was taken over by thousands of ravers and a wide range of talented DJs. This was the first year for Phoenix Lights Festival and the fact that they managed to snag Hardwell, the twice-named #1 DJ in the

15 Minutes of Fame: A Review of Andy Warhol Portraits

"In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes."  - Andy Warhol This infamous quote was made by Andy Warhol in 1968 and since become the definition of our modern generation. Whether Warhol knew it or not, he was describing a new world connected through the internet and social media

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