- Se So Neon, released a commentary album for her first solo debut album on May 21.
- In Korean popular culture where no one takes music very seriously, some people are making attempts to create discussions about music.
- She made her solo debut on May 21, after her band Se So Neon broke up.
- A commentary album is one in which musicians talk about their music track by track after releasing their actual music pieces.
- ” The artist might worry whether a commentary album would get as much as attention as a regular music album,” Han Dong-yoon, a pop culture critic explained.
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- Y oung people will learn to love classical music ” in their own sweet time” , a BBC Radio 3 presenter has said, as she critisises the ” constant” obsession with youth.
- Suzy Klein, who presents the Essential Classics morning show, said she gets ” vaguely annoyed” at the focus on luring young people to the genre, saying it is ” fine” for people to enjoy different things at different stages of life.
- Interviewed on BBC podcast T he BBC is among numerous arts organisations attempted to make its classical output accessible for the young, with a series of initiatives including Ten Pieces for children, podcasts, and Radio 3’s youngest presenter, 20-year-old Jess Gillam.
- T he broadcaster also spoke about the growing popularity of Radio 3, asked whether it should consider airing an hour of ” classical bangers” each morning for an easy introduction to the genre.
Read full article: telegraph.co.uk
- Paul Frick talks about the latest Brandt Brauer Frick album, his musical plans, solo work, exciting collaboration with electronic music pioneers Tangerine Dream as well as much more
- Founded in Berlin around ten years ago by the Three Musketeers of contemporary sound – Daniel Brandt, Jan Brauer and Paul Frick; the band achieved the reputation of being a musical project that can always amaze the audience with a fresh, unusual approach and new concepts.
- This unique and groundbreaking method in composing and performing nightclub vibe music with a 10 piece acoustic ensemble made Brandt Brauer Frick widely noticed, and they were soon on tour around the world.
- We had a chance to talk with Paul Frick about the musical vibe and concept of Brandt Brauer Frick’s new album ” Echo” which was released only a week ago, his solo work and exciting collaborations that he did recently.
- You’re right, we wanted one foot into the past, back to our roots of repetitive acoustic dance music, and one foot into the future, a place where we can feel free and discover things.
Read full article: all-andorra.com
- The Zilfer Cycling Phone Wallet is slim, waterproof and extremely effective – it even looks ‘normal’ enough to use off the bike.
- I’ve tried waterproof rear jersey pockets (didn’t work), plastic bags (look shoddy but work) and wedging the phone in saddle bags (usually incredibly awkward), but nothing works as well as this simple, water-resistant wallet.
- Inside the light padding you find two pouches, one with four slots for credit cards, library tickets and your corner shop loyalty card.
- Zilfer’s phone wallet is light at 52g, slim, adds a little padding should you crash, and is as water resistant as you’re likely to need on a road bike.
Read full article: road.cc
- Former professional cyclist Phil Gaimon has been hospitalised after suffering multiple fractures after a crash in a track race.
- Gaimon crashed during a points race at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center in the Trexlertown area of Pennsylvania, fracturing five ribs, his collarbone, scapula as well as suffering a partially collapsed lung.
- Gaimon’s crash is of course not the most high-profile of the week and has been somewhat overshadowed by Chris Froome’s crash during a recon of the Critérium du Dauphiné stage four time trial course, which resulted in the four-time Tour de France winner being put in intensive care after losing four pints of blood and suffering multiple fractures.
- Consistently vocal about racing without performance enhancing drugs, he gained notoriety for challenging king of the mountain records on Strava, particularly those set by riders believed to have used performance enhancing drugs.
Read full article: cyclingweekly.com
- Enjoy this Labour Day holiday listening to new voices in R&B, reggae, classical music and new wave kaiso at the launch of The Little Carib Theatre’s Open Mic night series – Live @ The Carib – st…
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- According to international DJ Shoebox Moses, the trends merging music and tech are expanding at a very high rate.
- That reflects a deeper commitment by nightclub titans and music producers to the experiential by providing multi-sensory elements through auditory, visual, and kinesthetic mediums.
- A great example of such elements, as explained by Moses is Infrasound, a hot sound technology that commands the attendee’s attention.
- Artists have been invited to submit interactive and visual installation art as part of the immersive experience.
Read full article: theleader.info
- After 18 years of iTunes, Apple is ending the app and channeling you to Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV instead.
- iTunes will continue to exist for the time being, but Apple won’t support it in MacOS Catalina , the upgrade coming this fall.
- Yes, Apple advertises a catalog of over 50 million songs, plus collections of music videos (through Apple TV) and podcasts (through the Apple Podcasts app).
- Apple Music is a subscription service you can use across your Apple devices.
- If you like to DJ your own collection and albums, you’ll be able to import those tracks to Apple Music and listen to them across your Apple devices.
Read full article: cnet.com
- On Saturday, Kacey Musgraves, 30, was nothing short of a vision when she stepped on stage at the 2019 Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival in Manchester, Tennessee
- Kacey’s small waist was accentuated with a brown, braided leather belt.
- Her make-up featured dark liner and lashes, complete with a pink lip.
- Her look for the night: The singer was draped in a flowy, red number, complete with a delicate, hippy-like design
Read full article: dailymail.co.uk
- Johannesburg – Lady Zamar opens up about her personal journey though her new album.
- Zamar revealed that she went through the worst emotional trials, break ups and make ups, experienced great losses in music, spiritually, physically – some losses she said she isn’t ready to speak about in public yet, but has been undergoing therapy for the past eight months.
- ” I think like many artists, we land ourselves in hot water, we go though a lot of confusion and at some point feel like we have been deceived by so many different people.
Read full article: iol.co.za