NYC: Tonight “Destination Unknown” by Ari Lankin at RL Fine Arts

Posted by The G on August 1, 2013 under Artsy Fartsy | Comments are off for this article

Photo by G.  Art by Ari Lankin.



NEW YORK!  Cancel your plans tonight (August 1, 2013)  and head over to RL Fine Arts (located at 39 West 19th Street #612) and celebrate with artist Ari Lankin at the opening for his latest exhibit (and his largest paintings to date), “Destination Unknown.”  The photo above is a close up from an extremely large painting that will definitely take your senses on a trip.  Coming soon on Ari’s official site, he’ll be posting “process videos” so you can see the progression of how his beautiful paintings came to be.  Stay tuned!  The reception will be from 6 – 8:30 PM.  Don’t miss it!!!

Save the Date: Luca Bray at gallery nine5

Posted by The G on July 6, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | Comments are off for this article

Photo courtesy of gallery nine5.

Save the date New Yorkers!  gallery nine5 has a great new exhibit starting on July 16, 2010.  Italian artist Luca Bray’s show “Nacio Alli – He Was Born There” looks amazing!  You can see a preview on gallery nine5’s website (link is above), but if you choose not to click over, let me just say that the works are extremely colorful and will be a treat for the eyes and senses.  Bray’s works are included in museums and private collections all over the world and I am very excited to see his works with my own eyes.  gallery nine5 is located at 24 Spring Street in New York.  See you there!

Scissor Sisters announce album title and release date!

Posted by The G on April 13, 2010 under GNN | Comments are off for this article

Photo by G.

Scissor Sisters!

Head on over to the Scissor Sisters official website to hear their new track “Invisible Light,” which will be taken from their 3rd album which has finally been given a name and a release date.  The album will be called “Night Work,” and comes out (pun definitely intended) on June 28, 2010.  The album cover features a juicy Robert Mapplethorpe picture.  Hopefully there will be some equally revealing pictures inside the booklet.  Let us know what you think of the new track.  I’m definitely excited!


The first single from “Night Work” will be “Fire With Fire,” which is released on June 20, 2010.  The tracklisting for “Night Work” is:

‘Night Work’
‘Whole New Way’
‘Fire With Fire’
‘Any Which Way’
‘Harder You Get’
‘Running Out’
‘Something Like This’
‘Skin This Cat’
‘Skin Tight’
‘Sex and Violence’
‘Night Life’
‘Invisible Light’

World Exclusive Preview: “Mantra” by Jim Emmons

Posted by The G on October 23, 2009 under The G Spot | Comments are off for this article

Here’s a nice Friday treat. A world-exclusive preview of the latest track by Jim Emmons. Your favorite blogger G wrote the lyrics for this new jam called “Mantra.” This song is taken from the forthcoming album “Throwing Stars,” and we hope you like it as much as we do.

Please leave your comments below for us and ENJOY!


When I get up on Sunday morning
I can never find anything to wear
So I pull the covers over my head
Wishing you were there
The last time we saw each other
I thought we had so much fun
It seemed like a religious experience
Every time we made each other come

I don’t like to pray because I’m detached from the outcome
And I don’t have a mantra but I keep saying
I love you, baby
I love you, baby

Can I get an amen?
Can I watch you take you off your clothes?
Let’s play in the garden like they did before there was sin
You don’t have to take me to Tibet to make me believe
As long as I can make you scream like that
I know you’ll never want to leave.

I don’t like to pray because I’m detached from the outcome
And I don’t have a mantra but I keep saying
I love you
I love you

Open up your books
And turn to page 20, chapter 35
There’s a verse that I wanna tell you about
To keep your love alive
It says “If you ever think about looking left, or looking right,
Just remember the love we make tonight”

Repeat it over and over
Until you believe the words
It’s sort of like a mantra
Or another way of saying
I love you, baby.

I love you, baby.

Music by Jim Emmons, ASCAP.
Words by Geoffrey Dicker, ASCAP.

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Do not reprint or reproduce without permission.

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