Starlight Girls is a neo-psychedelic rock project from Brooklyn, New York. Pulling from a vast spectrum of inspiration, from 1920s jazz to classic rock and modern indie leanings to futuristic wanderings, the band released its eponymous debut EP in 2012, earning an immediate fan base among both pop and psychedelic rock audiences.
The Cincinnati Cyclones is a professional ice hockey team based out of Cincinnati, Ohio that competes in the ECHL's Eastern Conference.Founded in 1990, the Cyclones has acted as an affiliate to a few NHL teams, including the Nashville Predators and theFloridaPanthers. Having won its league's highest honor, the Kelly Cup, in 2007, the team has proven itself as one of the moretalentedteams that is capable of producing players who go on to havesuccessfulcareers in the majors.
The Bowling Green Falcons represent intercollegiate sport programs and teams at Bowling Green University located in Bowling Green, Ohio. The university currently holds Division I standing as a member of both the Mid-American Conference and the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. Since 1921, the Bowling Green Falcons have won several titles and championships in football, men's and women's basketball, and ice hockey. The school's hockey team has produced several renowned professional athletes, such as Kim Murrow and Mark Wells, who helped the U.S. hockey team earn the 1980 Winter Olympics gold medal.
Danny Brown is a rapper based out of the Detroit area. Attempting to bridge the gaps between hardcore East Coast styles, gangsta rap and more experimental sub-genres of hip-hop, Brown is a somewhat mysterious figure who rightfully refers to himself as "The Hybrid." His style is quirky and weird, full of shifting flows from his versatile voice, which often bounces around, changing tones on the fly. Brown has established himself as a rapper now well ingrained in the Detroit scene, and his recent tour schedules and festival appearances appear to have him poised to make a bigger splash sooner than later.