Block 1: Musical Block

Available: Sep 25, 2021 18:00
Until: Sep 25, 2021 20:00
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Block 1: Musical Block
VENUE: Nimbus
Dance Works
329 Warren St
Jersey City, NJ 07302
*PRICE INCLUDES TICKETING FEES* “Press for Success” (2:01) / Minor Chords (3:00) / Body & Soul (3:40) / “Diamonds” (4:15) / “Onward, Arise with Love” (4:38) / “Dedication” by Jahan Nostra feat. Tahmell & Reks (4:59) / “Sweet Guilty Pleasure” by Jolin Tsai (5:56) / “Flesh & Bone” (8:33) / Punch Me In (12:47)
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Diamonds Diamonds


The first music video ever produced entirely in isolation; “Diamonds” is a spirited account of life brought to a stand-still across the globe, at the very beginning of the 2020 Pandemic.
4 minutes
Onward, arise with love Onward, arise with love

Onward, arise with love

ONWARD, arise with love is a message of hurt, grit, and hope. The music video depicts the struggle in the life of a young black woman and captures racially-fueled harm inflicted on her brother, with whom she shares a close relationship. The video highlights moments in her life that cause her undue pain and are the product of the color of her skin versus her talent, intelligence, grace, and strength. It is a story of resilience and overcoming. It is a story of forward movement against all odds and inspires continued work for racial equality, equity, and justice.
1 minute
Jahan Nostra feat. Tahmell & Reks "Dedication" Jahan Nostra feat. Tahmell & Reks "Dedication"

Jahan Nostra feat. Tahmell & Reks "Dedication"

A young emcee discovers his passion for music in the 1990's, and he remains dedicated to his craft even though some of his friends take separate paths.
5 minutes
Jolin Tsai《Sweet Guilty Pleasure》MV Jolin Tsai《Sweet Guilty Pleasure》MV

Jolin Tsai《Sweet Guilty Pleasure》MV

[Creepy Reality X Dark Fairy Tale] This world is way more unbelievable than you think. When the director read a story about the sexual and romantic relationship between a human and a dolphin, and learned that it was not the only case, he was inspired. Based on a real story, the MV attempts to uncover the origin of a legend by proposing a hypothesis from a scientific point of view: the possibility of mutation. Could it be the origin of the mermaid legend?

A girl fell in love with a dolphin. The forbidden love was discovered by the villagers and aroused their anger. They brought a nautical chart and set out to hunt the dolphin (just like the witch and vampire hunt in the medieval period). In the end, the dolphin was killed; the girl went crazy. Ten months later, the girl gave birth to a half- man half-fish creature. This might be the origin of the mermaid legend.
6 minutes
Flesh & Bone Flesh & Bone

Flesh & Bone

FLESH & BONE is a narrative short set to music about a man with many hobbies who lives contentedly alone until one day he looks out the window and longs for more. The story is set to "The Robot Song" by Tony-nominated composer, Joe Iconis.
9 minutes
Punch Me In Punch Me In

Punch Me In

Maeve, an unknown female music producer in Boston, struggles to earn the respect of a famous client with a big secret.
13 minutes
Call Me Back: The Uncommon Wisdom of Yvette Slosch Call Me Back: The Uncommon Wisdom of Yvette Slosch

Call Me Back: The Uncommon Wisdom of Yvette Slosch

Infamous New York City talent agent, Yvette Slosch (LINDA LAVIN), is determined to make a star out of her newest client, jazz violinist, Aaron Weinstein (HIMSELF). She refuses to let Aaron's lack of name recognition, jazz's dwindling fan base, or the 2020 global pandemic get in her way. As the pandemic rages, Yvette's schemes to keep Aaron's career afloat become increasingly convoluted, testing her abilities as an agent and her friendship with Aaron.
20 minutes

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