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Indie Soul Interview: Bill Duke’s 'Dark Girls'

If you don’t know who Bill Duke is, then by all means Google his name. He is an iconic figure when it comes to producing, directing and acting. He uses his talents to delve into race and culture, and in ...

Indie Soul: The Exchange 2

As we reflect about the past during Black History Month it is also important to pay attention to issues that should be addressed in our community today.

Indie Soul: Getting fit and eating healthy

Most folks wait until spring to officially begin to try to get themselves in shape and eat healthy. By February, most New Year’s resolutions are long forgotten. Now is the time for people who are genuinely concerned about living healthy ...

Indie Soul Review: Camera Soul

Last year, a group out of Italy called Camera Soul came to our attention. Our readers have reached out and wanted to know when Camera Soul was going to be putting out more new music and when would they touring ...

Indie Soul Book Review: No Cell Phone Day and Surrender

Winter time is great time to get caught up on some reading.

Indie Soul Review: Love Will See You Through and The Lost Treasures of R&B

Literacy and education are key to helping our young people move forward and live successful lives. This month Indie Soul gives you two books to encourage our children to learn and gain understanding.

Center Stage: ‘One Night in Miami’

When you are in a position to be able to uplift and educate, you must do so. The stage play “One Night in Miami” by Kemp Powers and directed by Center Stage Artistic Director, Kwame Kwei-Armah, Kwame continues does just ...

Indie Soul Movie Spotlight: Filmmaker Mark Harris

Many independent artists are so caught up with trying to make the big time they sell themselves short all for fame and the almighty dollar.

Indie Soul Past and Present: Tanya Blount

The 90’s featured some of the hottest soul music ever. When you turned on the radio there was something for everyone: hip-hop, jazz, blues, and slow jams. It was the decade of the female music artist with girl group TLC, ...

Indie Soul Music Review: Dreamzzz by Philip Lassiter

For all my music lovers, Indie Soul discovered a gem of a CD for you. The CD is entitled “Dreamzz” by Philip Lassiter and features 11 TRUE music sounds, which combine, hip-hop, soul, jazz, and blues.

Indie Soul Book Review: AND Then There Were None by Clay Thomas Williams

Self-published author Clay Thomas Williams’ book, “AND Then There Were None,” is a real page turner.

Indie Soul: Opera legend Jessye Norman

On Friday, December 5, 2014, The Enoch Pratt Free Library and the Walters Art Museum partnered to bring opera icon Jessye Norman to Baltimore to discuss her memoir “Stand Up Straight and Sing!"

Indie Soul Music Review: Black Messiah by D'Angelo and The Vanguard

It has been 15 years since we last heard from R&B singer D’Angelo. We heard about the baby drama with Angie Stone; about his being evicted by force from his home; and we have heard about his so-called addictions.

Indie Soul Movie Review: “Top Five” written and directed by Chris Rock

I may be a little biased when it comes to comedy legends— and many people may disagree with me— but with his new film “Top Five,” Chris Rock may have supplanted Richard Pryor as one of the best comedians of ...

Indie Soul: Red Emma’s Mother Poetry Vibe

On November 22, Red Emma’s Bookstore and Coffehouse presented the Mother Poetry Vibe hosted by Ken Brown also known by his spoken word name 'Analysis'.