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Infinite Machine taps Lachrin for next release
The Críoch EP blends electronic, orchestral and choral music. Scottish producer Lachrin is set to debut on Infinite Machine next month. The Críoch EP blends electronic, orchestral and choral music across six original tracks. Its lead single, ‘II XVIII XII I…

Krystal Rodriguez
2019-09-16 18:41:51




5 new releases we love: Brittany Howard goes solo, Vivian Girls return to form, and more
There’s a lot of music out there. To help you cut through all the noise, every week The A.V. Club is rounding up A-Sides, five recent releases we think are worth your time. You can listen to these and more on Spotify. Read more...
Theres a lot of music out there. To help you cut through all the noise, every week The A.V. Club is rounding up A-Sides, five recent releases we think are worth your time. You can listen to these and more on Spotify. Brittany Howard, Jaime [Universal Music … [+5492 chars]
The A.V. Club on Music, shared by Shannon Miller to The A.V. Club
2019-09-20 18:20:00




Acclaimed composer Morten Lauridsen comes home to the Pacific Northwest, as Seattle Sings Choral Festival pays tribute
Thirty-five choirs will take part in Seattle Sings Choral Festival Oct. 10-12, which this year honors Pacific Northwest composer Morten Lauridsen, one of the most influential figures in contemporary choral music.
As a musical ecosystem, the Pacific Northwest is acclaimed for the range and diversity of the choral ensembles that flourish here. Not nearly as well known is the fact that one of the most significant and popular living choral composers, Morten Lauridsen, mak… [+7200 chars]
Thomas May
2019-10-01 13:00:55




Lightning Bug: October Song
The gorgeous and hypnotic second Lightning Bug album focuses more than ever on songwriter Audrey Kang's hushed voice and simple, soulful lyrics.
It was nearly five years ago when an unknown band named Lightning Bug uploaded their first recordings to SoundCloud and Bandcamp. The New York-based trio had yet to play a show by the time their debut album, Floaters, was released to an audience of friends, f… [+3212 chars]
Patric Fallon
2019-09-16 05:00:00




Toronto Film Review: ‘The Moneychanger’
Uruguayan auteur Federico Veiroj (“The Apostate,” “Belmonte”) broadens his usual intimate dramatic scope to diminishing returns for his fifth feature, “The Moneychanger,”. Adapted from a novella by compatriot Juan Enrique Gruber, the period (mid-1950s to mid-…
Uruguayan auteur Federico Veiroj (“The Apostate,” “Belmonte”) broadens his usual intimate dramatic scope to diminishing returns for his fifth feature, “The Moneychanger,” a continent-hopping dramedy that’s not very funny and never catches fire. Adapted from a… [+3356 chars]
alissasimon
2019-09-17 20:47:14




Monsta X Want to be 'Someone's Someone' In New Single: Stream It Now
K-Pop boy band Monsta X are back today (Oct. 4) with their new single “Someone’s Someone,” a breezy future-pop song full of...
K-Pop boy band Monsta X are back today (Oct. 4) with their new single “Someone’s Someone,” a breezy future-pop song full of harmonious melodies, a snapping choral refrain, and addictive beat drops. The act’s latest English-language song, it comes a few weeks… [+864 chars]
Tamar Herman
2019-10-04 05:45:59




Carla dal Forno: Look Up Sharp
The Australian multi-instrumentalist and songwriter’s second album finds a home in the shadowy space between post-punk, trip-hop, and lo-fi folk.
Autumn is the most charged of the seasons, and the most melancholy. As English novelist Kate Atkinson wrote in Human Croquet, the air can feel laden with an aromatic shadow the fragrance of last years apples and the smell of the insides of very old books with… [+3194 chars]
Katherine St. Asaph
2019-10-08 05:00:00




In Nigeria, a Gandhi musical awes audiences, but struggles to play on
The musical, full with songs like 'Deva Shri Ganesha' and 'Ae Mere Watan Ke Logon', highlights all the important events in Gandhi’s life from him being thrown out of a train in South Africa to him burning western clothes and the shock of the Jallianwala Bagh …
Lightyear Productions flagged off the event with Gandhi: The Musical and staged eight shows in Lagos over the long Eid weekend, or Barka da Sallah as it is known here. As India readies to celebrate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on October 2 w… [+4109 chars]
Charu Rishi
2019-09-30 12:30:14




Kanye West attracts thousands to Wyoming for worship service...
The marketing manager who rented Kanye West space for his Sunday Service event in Cody said nearly 4,000 showed up.
The marketing manager who rented Kanye West space for his Sunday Service event in Cody said nearly 4,000 showed up. Kanye West, who recently purchased a ranch south of Cody, Wyoming, held an outdoor worship service at the Robbie Powwow Garden on the grounds … [+7084 chars]
Anna Paige
2019-09-23 23:22:36




Cherishing her choirs
Pianist and singer Neecia Majolly’s latest offering is the début of Femusica, an all-women choir
Neecia Majolly, founder-trustee of The Majolly Music Trust is also a singer/songwriter, teacher, conductor and composer. One of Indias finest pianists, she won awards at the Global Music Awards and Indie Music Channel Awards for her progressive rock group, Th… [+3556 chars]
Ranjani Govind
2019-10-11 14:15:02




Chroma Choir pulls off conductorless show
Review: Chroma Choir's lunchtime performance of favourite choral pieces doesn't disappoint.
Review: When a choir walks onstage minus a conductor, there is a metaphorical crossing of fingers in hopes they can pull off the performance they want to achieve. Today I'm certain the attentive lunchtime audience were as charmed as I was when individual me… [+2598 chars]
JENNY SNADDEN
2019-09-15 21:55:36




Why Karen Carpenter Matters
For one brown, queer Filipino-American, Karen Carpenters' music anchored her to her musical family's past while helping chart her path in their adopted Southern California.
Karen Tongson | Why Karen Carpenter Matters | University of Texas Press | May 2019 | 20 minutes (4,070 words) Maria Katindig-Dykes and her husband, Jimmie Dykes, had finished a six-month stint at the Hyatt Regency in Singapore and were about to wrap up a six… [+25236 chars]
Longreads
2019-10-03 10:00:41




On the List | Homeless pets pop-up, Seattle Queer Film Festival, freestyle frisbee world championships, Capitol Hill Art Walk at (tiny!) new gallery Elbo Room
October is not just a good month for creepiness and rain, it’s also an ideal time to wrap yourself in some softer varieties of music, including choral music during the Seattle Sings Choral Festival, running October 10 through 12, and … Continue reading →
A pop-up dedicated to pets and people experiencing homelessness visits Cal Anderson Thursday (Image: Center for One Health Research) October is not just a good month for creepiness and rain, its also an ideal time to wrap yourself in some softer varieties of… [+5286 chars]
Margo Vansynghel
2019-10-09 21:34:17




Vancouver Chamber Choir begins anew under the direction of Kari Turunen
A new era begins for the Vancouver Chamber Choir
Dr. Kari Turunen, the new artistic director of the Vancouver Chamber Choir. [PNG Merlin Archive]PNG Beginnings When: Sept. 27, 7:30 p.m. Where: Pacific Spirit United Church Tickets and info:vancouverchamberchoir.com This is an auspicious moment for the V… [+3466 chars]
dgdsun
2019-09-25 18:00:09




'We stand with you': Choir!Choir!Choir! performs at U.S.-Mexico border
Choir!Choir!Choir!, a viral Toronto-based singing group, staged a performance at the U.S.-Mexico border, saying the decision was based on a desire to foster community rather than on politics alone.
The Toronto-based singing group Choir!Choir!Choir! staged a performance Sunday at the U.S.-Mexico border, saying the decision was based on a desire to foster community rather than on politics alone. With a barbed wire fence and border patrol dividing two gro… [+2920 chars]
Zulekha Nathoo
2019-10-14 08:00:00




Porgy and Bess: George Gershwin's Masterpiece
They don't appear too often, musical geniuses, and when they do, they sometimes die too young.
They don't appear too often, musical geniuses, and when they do, they sometimes die too young.  Of these immortals, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died at 35, and George Gershwin, originally named Jacob Gershowitz, born of Jewish Ukrainian and Lithuanian parents, in… [+15418 chars]

2019-10-14 05:00:00




The Best Music Shows This Fall
Our critics' picks for September 16–December 8. by Stranger EverOut Staff Below, we've rounded up the biggest and best music events you need to know about this season, like innovative composer and keysman Chick Corea, the Earshot Jazz Festival 2019, and an ex…
Below, we've rounded up the biggest and best music events you need to know about this season, like innovative composer and keysman Chick Corea, the Earshot Jazz Festival 2019, and an extravagant operatic production of Cinderella. You can also find a complete … [+27331 chars]
Stranger EverOut Staff
2019-09-16 21:42:51




Our Music Critics' Picks for This Week
The Stranger's music critics' picks for the week. by Stranger EverOut Staff This week, our music critics have picked everything from the Who to Andrew Bird to Knife Knights. Follow the links below for ticket links and music clips for all of their picks. MONDA…
This week, our music critics have picked everything from the Who to Andrew Bird to Knife Knights. Follow the links below for ticket links and music clips for all of their picks, and find even more shows on our complete music calendar. Jump to: Monday | Tues… [+27436 chars]
Stranger EverOut Staff
2019-10-14 17:59:53




Seven decades of playing music to the glory of God
Choral maestro V.C. Cherian, 85, began as an organist in 1952
Sitting behind an organ at the Jerusalem Mar Thoma Church in Kottayam, V.C. Cherian, 85, has played countless music notes to help celebrate the glory of God. Its a place familiar to him the keys, the hum of air and the congregation. For three-and-a- half de… [+2072 chars]
U. Hiran
2019-10-12 17:39:15




Album Review: Opeth Prog Their Best Prog on In Cauda Venenum
Opeth are making some of the best music of their career right now, and without giving a damn about popularity or what anyone else thinks. The post Album Review: Opeth Prog Their Best Prog on In Cauda Venenum appeared first on MetalSucks.
A lot of fans want Opeth to go back to doing the death metal thing. It makes sense. They were damn good at it. Hell, I want In Flames to go back to doing proper death metal all the time, so I get it. Unlike their fellow Swedes, however, Opeth are making some … [+2283 chars]
Jeff Treppel
2019-09-26 15:25:22
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