Brooklyn is the Future art show

Hey Young world,

Last Friday, I decided to take a trip to NYC. Lucky for me, I had gotten the chance to check out the “Brooklyn Is The Future” art show!!! Brooklyn was definitely in the building! On this day, this art show premiered a collective of 40 Brooklyn based artists who would showcase their artwork though the entire warehouse, known as the Vazquez building. Amazing talent and dope exhibit! Check out some pics below and remember …. support the arts! To view more pics, visit our facebook page here.


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Audio Chemists presents “Boston Vybes” 11.9.12

As you know TSL is all about supporting Music, fashion, and art in Boston!! So this weekend, come support Audio Chemist and celebrate Boston music, art, fashion, & culture at their “Boston Vybez” event at the Paris Street Gallery. They got a great lineup of artists and vendors as well as great raffle items.

Saturday November 9th, from 8pm-1am, will be a night filled with live music and drinks.
Sunday November 10th, from 2pm-8pm, bring the family out for a fun-filled day of more live music, games & #entertainment.

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Fresh Fridays ft. Sol Galeano

New Orleans own Sol Galeano drops some knowledge, through spoken word this time around, about her father’s and mother’s relationship in her piece, ‘Tree in Honduras.’ She also delves into her own upbringing and how she refuses to just be another unknown face to this universe. She is an intrinsic force to be reckoned with when it comes to her music, artistry and soul. Get a taste of her innate talent and download her latest tracks (“You Said” and “Bonita Moon”) on Bandcamp!

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Femme Fatales: UK Version

It has surpassed midnight and this is when the fashion police is on the prowl to hunt their honorable and worthy victims. Spanning out to the very avant-garde and artistic UK-fashion world, TSL extols these females for their outward appearance and ability to rock whatever they wear with swagger, might and grace.

Round of applause for UK songstress, Bebe Black, who specializes in the enticing vintage era of the ’80s. She does a splendid job of pairing it with a modern edge of the ’90s whilst rocking a short, quirky cut. You can find more of her cutting-edge style on her official Facebook page.

Prepare yourself when UK femcee, RoxXxan, brutally murders spasmodic beats and the fashion realm with her feisty self. She rocks out with the backpack and after school special in such vibrant attire. Google her and be inspired by her risqué; take caution as you will want to take vigorous notes for the ‘back-to-school’ buffet. Now show this cool cat, ROtripleX, some props for taking it back.

Onto our next victim of the hour, we shall introduce Aluna Francis from that electronic duo AlunaGeorge. The vocalist, Aluna, has captured the hearts and eyes of thousands including her partner-in-art, George Reid. Her laid style, that is at times complimentary to her ladylike comportment, has indeed caught mine. The best part of it all is she will unabashedly strut down the red carpet of a highly acclaimed fashion show in, kindly cueing drum roll, SNEAKERS! Well, Queen Aluna, the fashion police bow to your spirit.

This poster child for goth-pop has taught us anything is possible, even through a nuclear time. Charli XCX screams, Cruel Intentions, with a dash of Spice Girls. Essentially, she vibes with the school girl couture whilst keeping her bad girl rep intact. Well done, Charli. You have reached what it is to be an angel in every aspect.

The states have yet to furnish what London has perfected. These English babes have it all; the talent, personalities including the gear! This is the first installment of what TSL likes to call ‘Femme Fatales.’ Tweet to us @solefull_lounge and/or @farrahevita for women in the game killing it in all ways.


Listen to Drake’s “All Me” in the meantime to uplift your spirits while selecting your wardrobe. 2 Chainz, Big Sean and the chalice-lesque beat will definitely add more than enough ‘swag’ to your day.


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Mixtape: Netta Brielle – Will You Go With Me?

Bay area native and Atlantic records up and coming talent Netta Brielle has released her new project titled “Will You Go With Me?”. Inspired by her memories of young love, the 11 track mixtape displays her melodic range and song versatility. Stay on the look-out for this rising star. I can’t wait to hear more.

Stream Will You Go With Me? here.

Download Will You Go With Me? here.





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TSL Events Presents: “The Get Down” July 5th

What up TSL Nation! On FRIDAY JULY 5th We’re excited to be bringing you the 2nd edition of “The Get Down” where we combine elements of a Live Band and DJ to make for an electric blend of Hip-Hop. R&B and Funk. This party is also in celebration for TSL’s 2nd year in business!!!

Come through and kickoff your SUMMER right with GOOD MUSIC, GOOD VIBES, & GOOD PEOPLES.

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Future Boston Celebrates Juneteenth and Back to the Future!

Juneteenth is the national celebration of the emancipation of slavery. Tomorrow, join Future Boston Alliance in their partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts and local artists! Click here to RSVP. It is taking place from 5:30 – 9:00 PM and it is FREE!

Afterwards, come party with De La Soul’s DJ Maseo at Naga in Cambridge! Back to the Future is being held by Future Boston Alliance, Edo G, Floorlords and Chief Rocka Moe D. Dance all night to the rhythm of DJ Maseo as he spins the hottest throwbacks! Costs $10 for entrance and will also include DJ Frank White at 10 PM, Moe D at 11 PM and Maseo at 12 AM! Listen to the wise DJ Maseo as he gives us some advice as to how to aspire as a musician or artist.

“Stay focused. Stay passionate.”

Farrah J. 

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Boston’s own Avenue Stuns Us with New Visuals!

Boston native James Joshua Avenue, known for his stage name ‘Avenue,’ has collaborated with the talented videographer and director Goodwin for these crisp and eloquent visuals. The mystical production was done by another native, HiFadility. This team is one to be reckoned with as Avenue is also known for his telling poetry. Almost trembling to think for his competitors! Rapping for about 9 years now, Avenue has made a compelling name for himself in the city of Boston as well as the surrounding areas. The culture in “I Love My” visuals, featuring a slow yet well-thought verse from Last Days, has been on repeat since we discovered it. Check the video out below and bask in the rawness of what Boston has to offer on a silver platter.

Farrah J. 

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