From bombs to beats: how Nazar summed up the sound of Angola

Growing up in the aftermath of civil war, his father a contentious former general, individual producers has channelled his shocking events into a vital electronic album The perkiest song on Guerrilla, the introduction album by the Angolan artist Nazar, is…

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Porridge Radio: Every Bad review | Alexis Petridis’s album of the week

The Brighton cliques second book is spiky, unusual and uncompromisingly brilliant. Can they drag the avant garde into the mainstream? Porridge Radio frontwoman Dana Margolin recently Swell Maps. Their skill lies in rearranging familiar aspects into something that dins fresh,…

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Sarah Palin Marks End Times With Masked Singer Performance

While President Trump was preparing to The Masked Singer . After saying it would be” hella hard-handed” to figure it out, referee Nicole Scherzinger began by guessing that it might be Christina Applegate. Going off of the clue of” hockey…

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Billie Eilish Protests Body Shaming in Concert by Taking Off Her Shirt

At a concert in Miami on Monday, Billie Eilish amazed her devotees with a spoken word interlude. The vocalist, for whom baggy clothes have become a calling card, took off her shirt and play-act a oration about sexism and torso…

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This is the Coolest Sounding Instrument You Will Hear Today

Musician Marc Chouarain generates a brief demonstration and overview of a fascinating instrument called a Cristal Baschet, which he abuses when arranging music for movie soundtracks. The contemporary musical instrument was developed in 1952 by the brothers Bernard and FranASSois…

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Pex buys Dubset to build YouTube ContentID for TikTok & more

Social systems are in for a insolent copyright awakening. A brand-new European Union regulation called Article 17 essentially eradicates safe harbor and requires that they’ve reach their “best effort” to get permissions from rights holders for all material on their…

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‘I should have grown out of this’: how pop fandom shaped us

As Pete Paphides writes a memoir of their own lives in dad, our writers reflect on the childhood melodic love that attained them Pete Paphides My mum and dad were Greek, but growing up in Birmingham in the 1970 s,…

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Taylor Swift Takes Aim at Scooter Braun, Leo DiCaprio, and Kanye in The Man Music Video

With her latest music video for significantly reshaped her posture on talking politics. The Pride Month release of the star-studded music video for her pro-LGBTQ anthem,” You Need to Calm down ,” marked the beginning of a brand-new era of…

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Ozzy Osbourne Casts Jason Momoa To Play Him In A New Music Video, He Delivers

In the teaser video, Khal Drogo Aquaman Conan the Barbarian Momoa steps into Ozzy’s shoes( and cowl) as he lip-syncs the brand new Scary Little Green Men song. If you haven’t listened to the full song more, I heartily recommend…

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Pandoras new Apple Watch app lets you leave your iPhone behind

Support for standalone streaming has come to Pandora’s Apple Watch app. The busines today announced the official opening of its brand-new standalone app for Apple Watch that lets you listen to music and podcasts on the go, even without your…

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