Your city has over 100,000 live events per year.
With thousands of experiences to choose from every week, here’s a simple question that might give you a headache: what’s up for Saturday night?
Welcome to Lust for Live: A nationwide series of weekly podcasts that cover your city’s can’t miss live performances, restaurants, shops, and exhibitions. Each week we curate content specific to your hometown so you can plan your moves accordingly.
It’s all brought to you by Double Elvis, the leading studio for music storytelling, and hosted by local creators that know your city best.
Which national artists are in town this weekend?
Who is the hottest local act I need to catch before they blow up?
Where are the can’t miss, under-appreciated spots in your hometown?
Host: Cliff Notez
Award-winning multi-digital media artist, musician, organizer & filmmaker, Cliff Notez’ art is a continuous exploration of the black mind.
Rooted in hip hop, their art tackles the political and the personal, exploring the intimate consequences of a society where black bodies are easily ignored, forgotten, or disregarded. Cliff’s Second full-length album, Why The Wild Things Are, was released September 11th 2019. Their films have won over 5 and been official selections for 20 and counting film festivals globally. In 2017 they was the grand prize winner of the March on Washington Festival and honored alongside Ta-Nehisi Coates.
In 2018 they took home Best New Artist at the Boston Music Awards while racking in over 11 nominations between 2019-2020 including Artist of the Year and Live Artist of the Year. In 2019 Cliff became the first musician to be named”Musician of the Year” for Boston Magazine’s Best of Boston and their 100 Most Influential Bostonians in 2020.
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