The latest trend in the music industry, K-pop has brought something new to the table that has caught everyone’s attention. Now he’s reaping his reward in the form of his own official merchandise store. The music industry has long been dominated by big names like Taylor Swift and Eminem, churningRead More →

Written by Niko Stratis For us, the flyer on the counter was everything. The downtown mall skate shop had a piece of paper taped to the glass counter, obscuring the rows of skate trucks and silicone wheels in the storefront below, which advertised the event of the 1999 summer season.Read More →

WHAT: Open day— an evening of live music and performances, featuring cross-disciplinary programming including performances by half truth, H31R, duenditaand JADALAREIGN as well as a Royal Majesty. Organized by the artistic director of the Abrons Arts Center Ali Rosa Salasthis all-ages program aims to celebrate community and welcome everyone backRead More →

Waves Audio, the world’s leading developer of professional audio signal processing technologies and maker of audio plug-ins for mixing, music production, mastering, sound design, broadcast, post-production and sound in direct, now offers the Waves Nx Germano Studios New York plug-in.. Nx Germano Studios brings the A-list acoustics of legendary GermanoRead More →

Dare not call Joan Osborne a one-hit wonder. Sure, she became a household name in the ’90s with a song about God Being One of Us and pissed off a bunch of pious people (but thrilled the rest). The single, however, was hardly an example of its searing, biting chopsRead More →

The Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts will wrap up its 2021-22 season with an eclectic variety of music, theater, dance, film, comedy, and even a puppet workshop. Concerts include Mary Chapin Carpenter, Lea Salonga, Angélique Kidjo’s tribute to Talking Heads, Marc Cohn, Keb’ Mo’, Daniil Trifonov and Colin HayRead More →

Amazon Music announced For love and country, a new feature-length documentary from Amazon Music Original that proclaims that country music has always been black music. The genre not only owes part of its origin story to black musicians, but throughout its history, prominent black voices have pushed the genre forwardRead More →

white zombies La Sexorcist: Devil Music Volume 1 arrived in March 1992, reinventing metal in an age dominated by alternative rock. The Sexorcist is also an exemplary postmodern collage on par with better-regarded non-metallic LPs such as Brian Eno and David Byrne My life in the ghost bush (1981) andRead More →

As part of their promotions for his latest comeback, ODDINARY, stray kids had an interview with Resultwhere they talked about everything they hope fans will get out of listening ODDINARY… Your browser does not support video.Stray Kids Bang Chan | Consequence/YouTube Not everyone is weird and the way everyone seemsRead More →

From a sea of ​​empty seats to a standing ovation in one hour. It was, in a nutshell, the experience of the Richmond Folk Festival 2021 for Justin Golden. The Richmond-based blues singer-songwriter and fingerstyle guitarist performed on a wet Saturday afternoon last October with his stacked backing band TheRead More →

It’s no secret that the culture of our generation is above all a musical culture. Music media (turntable, radio, tape recorder, CD player, computer) have become universally available, and all innovations in the musical world are spreading across countries and continents with tremendous speed. Parallel to the music spreads theRead More →

news, latest news, TAMWORTH is ready and waiting to welcome back fans and favorites for the 50th Toyota Country Music Festival. And now there’s even more to look forward to with some of the biggest names in Australia’s country music scene headlining a week of free concerts at Toyota Park.Read More →

At Richmond’s Art Garage in increasingly hip West Brookland Park neighborhood, violist Danielle Wiebe Burch launches into “The Three Gs” by Portland composer Kenji Bunch. A thrilling combination of classic sounds and engaging hooks, the song is both immediately accessible and continually surprising. It’s the perfect springboard for Richmond stringRead More →

Released via Heavenly Sweetness and Pura Vida Sounds, the 15-track LP takes its title from a coastal suburb of Ghana’s capital, Accra, where KOG (born Kweku Sackey) grew up. “The atmosphere, culture and social structures of this community have reinforced and developed my creativity and my love for art,” heRead More →

Classical-hip hop fusion violinist Ezinma hopes to bring classical music to underserved children, kicking off the launch of Strings By Heart with a series of performances in Harlem on Friday. Ezinma, whose full name is Meredith Ezinma Ramsay, has performed with many headliners including Beyoncé, Yo-Yo Ma, SZA, Kendrick LamarRead More →

Andrea Ramolo’s quarantine dreams The singer-songwriter is documenting pandemic life in a new album and tour that kicked off at Hamilton’s Bridgeworks on February 25. -Graham Rockingham Hamilton Spectator The Eurovision Song Contest just banned Russia. It’s a tune all western pop culture should sing Economic sanctions are a goodRead More →

Brandi Music’s new music director Mark Shapiro Brandi Music hires Mark Shapiro as musical director. Easy On Hold is the official distributor of Brandi Music. Shapiro will design and enhance channels for the North American streaming business music service On-site and on-hold music doesn’t have to be something people areRead More →

The Brotherhood is a premier band whose wide player recognition is rooted in the Richmond jazz continuum. The most seasoned members, Dr. Weldon Hill and James “Saxsmo” Gates, are educators who honed their skills playing with artists from a previous generation. The youngest member, drummer Billy Williams Jr., is aRead More →

Jamal Edwards has been a crucial figure in the most significant development in British pop music over the past decade: the rise of black British artists to mainstream dominance. An entrepreneur of boundless energy and determination, his death at the age of 31 following an undisclosed illness caused a shock.Read More →

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Invited scholars from universities nationwide will join student and faculty experts from Indiana University in Bloomington for an academic conference exploring the impact of K-pop on the world. The K-pop conference, presented by the Institute of Korean Studies and IU Council for the Arts and Humanities, willRead More →

This text is well suited for the serious student of Hindustani classical music. I received a copy from a colleague while conducting gender research in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India in March 2017. It remains a fascinating account of the wealth of styles from the distant past that influence and informs manyRead More →

Raka Ibrahim (Jakarta Post) Denpasar ● Wed, February 2, 2022 2022-02-02 15:09 90 0c06e8ca436d6e21bba3a708561e23fe 1 Entertainment indonesian-music,indonesian-musicians,anticipated-music-of-2022 Free Danilla, Dipha Barus, White Shoes & The Couples Company, Kunto Aji and more tell us what’s got them excited this year. The stage lights have been off for a while now, butRead More →

In 2012, Singaporean teenager Nat Ćmiel felt withdrawn and isolated from society. Perhaps a by-product of growing up with the internet as second nature, they have become fascinated with digital intimacy rather than real-life peer relationships. This would lead to an EP, self-titled with Ćmiel’s artist name, yeule, after theRead More →

Felix Martua (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Fri 28 January 2022 2022-01-28 10:35 42 6fe955910fed7b4d49952c2c14a11fa4 1 Entertainment music-emo, music-indonesian, music festival, live music Free Heartbreaking love stories and embarrassing hairstyles. Millennials growing up in the 2000s have reflected on how their “emo” teenage years influenced their adult lives. The internetRead More →

Merlin announced a multi-year agreement with lickedthe platform that helps YouTube content creators legally use music on the platform. Merlin is the digital licensing agency for the independent label industry. “The partnership injects music from tens of thousands of labels and hundreds of thousands of artists around the world intoRead More →

Business New Digital Offers By Chris Cooke | Posted on Friday, November 26, 2021 Fortnite maker Epic Games announced earlier this week that it had purchased Harmonix, the games company behind the original “Guitar Hero” games and, subsequently, the Rock Band franchise, and which – for a while time inRead More →

THE Faculty of Music at the University of Oxford has announced the appointment of Dublin-born composer Jennifer Walshe as Professor of Composition. The appointment is in association with Worcester College, University of Oxford. Professor Walshe’s research findings are widely regarded as pioneers in the overlapping fields of composition, performance, videoRead More →

The Hackathon Weekend Edition # 2 – The Last Hacker Standing music genre classification was successfully completed on August 12, 2021. The challenge was to create an evolving music genre classification model that generalizes well to unpublished data. It had almost 300+ participants and over 120+ actively competing in theRead More →