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deadCenter Film Festival 2022 kicks off with new voices, renewed purpose

For the 22nd year in a row, OKC’s premiere indie showcase and film festival, deadCenter, gets rolling this week.

Blue Note announces exciting, diverse lineup for reopening month

After half a year of major renovations, COVID, and last-minute delays, OKC’s historic Blue Note Lounge is ready to reopen this week.

A trip around the filmmaking world with OKCMOA’s screening slate

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is showing some unique films from around the world in May and June, ones you won't want to miss.
Flock of Pigs

Flock of Pigs dodge expectations, bad deals on new single “Blacklisted”

The OKC-Norman band Flock of Pigs is back in OKC and has released their first single since a weird foray in New York with sketchy managers.
Lunar Division

Lunar Division conjure “Phantom” of old school rock on new album

Brett Fieldcamp says to check out OKC’s Lunar Division to see that rock is not only still kicking, but still going strong.
Michelle Yeoh

Strange, surreal films abound across OKC in May

Here are some films for May in OKC that are so weird, wild, and unconventional that the weather outside feels stable in comparison.

Progressive OKC trio SHIFT attempt ‘post-pop experiment’ on debut album

SHIFT’s debut album “Timelines” is a joyride through the staggering skills and melting-pot sensibilities of the band says Brett Fieldcamp.

Keep an ear out for these acts at Festival of the Arts

Performing arts are big at the Oklahoma City Festival of the arts this year and Brett Fieldcamp gives you a quick rundown of the acts.

OK-made mockumentary “Elusive” much more than “stupid bigfoot movie”

Sometimes you see a film that is so much better than it has any right or reason to be. Elusive is one of those.
Nia Moné

Nia Moné breaks in Beer City stage with star presence, soul

Beer City music venue opened with Nia Moné and Original Flow this week with a packed house of eager fans of the artists and Beer City owners.