VV Brown’s Glitch was one of my Top 2015 Albums, one that continues to enrapture me with each listen. VV just released the new video for “Sacrifice” in which she pays homage to Frantz Fanon’s book Black Skin, White Masks in a powerful visual statement about race and self-acceptance in the context of society. She wrote an essay for The Guardian about the various inspirations behind the artistic concept of the video.
Actress Molly Ringwald will visit Huntington, WV at 3pm Sun, Feb. 21st for a 30th anniversary screening of The Breakfast Club at the Keith Albee Theater. Tickets are $40-45 and can be purchased via the Marshall Artists Series Box Office at 304-696-6656 or Ticketmaster. Molly will share stories and answer questions after the film.