THE NEW YORKER

Joshua Light Show - Featured in September 2012 issue

The Joshua Light Show, created by Joshua White, was one of the trailblazing liquid light shows
renowned for its psychedelic art lighting a backdrop behind many live band performances at the
Fillmore East in the East Village area of New York City, USA, during the late 1960s and early 1970s.

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Mary J Blige - Featured in July 2012 issue

Does she really need a bio?

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Lang Lang - Featured in January 2012 Issue

Lang Lang is a Chinese concert pianist, currently residing in New York, who has performed with leading
orchestras in Europe, the United States and his native China.

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Trippple Nippples - Featured in December 2011 issue

Trippple Nippples is an electropop band from Tokyo, Japan.

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Spirit of Uganda - Featured in February 2012 issue

With a cast of 22 performers, ages 11-22, Spirit of Uganda uses melodic standing drums, dramatic
choreography, layered rhythms and call-and-response vocals to share the culture of their
East African homeland.

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Cibo Matto - Featured in July 2011 issue

Cibo Matto are a New York City-based band formed by two Japanese women, Yuka Honda and Miho Hatori.
The band was signed to Warner Bros. Records and split in 2011.

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Faustin Linyekula - Featured October 2012 issue

Faustin is a Congolese dancer and choreographer of contemporary dance.
His works are structured along the lines of the dance form Ndombolo and its associated music
and address "the legacy of decades of war, terror, fear and the collapse of the economy for himself,
his family and his friends.

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