@InspireLSTV at The Pia Pressure Launch

Resident presenter and In-spire LS Magazine’s Fashion Columnist Chantal Husson recently headed down to the Pia Pressure Launch at The Hospital Club in Central London with Videographer TJ Vidz.

Pia Pressure is a film and television production company founded to solely champion new and emerging talents from this field who are not given a substantial platform and are as a result hugely under-represented.

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#MovieMatters| WHERE YOU’RE MEANT TO BE: A Film by Paul Fegan Released In UK Cinemas From 17 June

Paul Fegan’s first feature documentary follows Scottish cult-pop raconteur and former Arab Strap frontman Aidan Moffat as he tours Scotland in 2014, performing his modern re-interpretations of old folk songs.

It was meant to be a tour that celebrated communities and lore. But just before they hit the road, Fegan met Sheila Stewart: a 79-year-old force of nature, the last in a line of travelling folk royalty, and a balladeer whose life – and unexpected death, in 2014 – upturned Moffat’s folk assumptions, and diverted the course of Fegan’s film.

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#RiseAndGrind #MusicMatters Israeli Singer-Songwriter Lihot

Los Angeles-based successful independent singer/rapper/songwriter Lihot (real name: Liat Freidberg) was born and raised in the war-stricken streets of Tel-Aviv, Israel. It was an epiphany and moment of truth when Lihot was aged eleven as she collectively discovered her singular saving grace remotely away from all of the endless national uncertainty, strained geopolitical tension and unrelenting war and anarchy within Israel – the love of music.  A few years thereafter, Lihot was officially accepted as a music student at an art High School, which subsequently became the verified gateway to the creative Israeli performer joining as the lead vocalist of popular Ska band Cuban B; Cuban B released a studio album entitled “Hero Wannabeez”, an acclaimed EP, a live show DVD and additionally embarked on a world tour thereafter Lihot’s stringent obligations in the Israeli army service remained fully completed.

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