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Madonna Is Still Taking Chances
Her Madame X show reimagines pop spectacle for a theater stage, merging her newest music and calls for political awareness with striking intimacy.
Yes, she is 61, but her music remains determinedly contemporary, with the drum-machine sounds of trap, collaborations with hip-hop vocalists (Quavo and Swae Lee, shown on video) and the bilingual, reggaeton-flavored Latin pop sometimes called urbano (with the… [+1860 chars]
Jon Pareles
2019-09-18 16:49:51




Interview with founder of Sahel Sounds, a West African music label
Sahel Sounds is a record label, a recording project and artist collective focused on the culture in the West African Sahel. While based in Portland, Oregon, founder Christopher Kirkley frequently travels to West Africa to locate, record and work with musician…
Sahel Sounds is a record label, a recording project and artist collective focused on the culture in the West African Sahel. While based in Portland, Oregon, founder Christopher Kirkley frequently travels to West Africa to locate, record and work with musician… [+4475 chars]
Roger Park
2019-10-05 15:45:26




'There Is Always Hope:' Why Young Adults Are Coming to the UN Youth Climate Summit
Hundreds of young people from around the world have congregated in New York. It’s nearly Climate Week, a huge strike is happening on Friday, and the United Nations has awarded some 100 young climate activists from different corners of the globe “Green Tickets…
Hundreds of young people from around the world have congregated in New York. Its nearly Climate Week, a huge strike is happening on Friday, and the United Nations has awarded some 100 young climate activists from different corners of the globe Green Tickets t… [+8532 chars]
Yessenia Funes on Earther, shared by Brian Kahn to Gizmodo
2019-09-19 17:50:00




The imam who died fighting racism in South Africa
Relatives of Abdullah Haron, who died in detention 50 years ago, are still traumatised by his death.
Image copyrightThe Imam Haron Foundation Relatives and friends of an imam who died 50 years ago while opposing racism in South Africa are still traumatised by his death, writes the BBC's Penny Dale. Two momentous events occurred in Cape Town in South Afric… [+10259 chars]
https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews
2019-09-30 23:50:45




Underground World & the man who (thought he) knew everything
Often described as the man who knew everything, Athanasius Kircher (1602–80) was a German Jesuit polymath of international renown during his own lifetime. He was a prolific author with an astoundingly broad range of interests, writing about everything, from g…
September 17, 2019John Boardley Often described as the man who knew everything, Athanasius Kircher (1602–80) was a German Jesuit polymath of international renown during his own lifetime. He was a prolific author with an astoundingly broad range of interests… [+4001 chars]
johno
2019-09-17 05:51:01




Watch Robbie Robertson Play ‘The Weight’ With Ringo Starr and Musicians Across Five Continents
The epic Playing for Change video was the result two years of work across ten countries
“What key is it in, Robbie?” Ringo Starr, sitting behind a drum set, asks Robbie Robertson over the phone. Ringo nods. “F-demented!” What happens next is a a joyous cover of “The Weight,” with Robertson reprising the recording’s soulful intro lick. A series o… [+6307 chars]
patrickdoyle14
2019-09-18 13:53:39




Made In China’s The Naari Naari Song: Rajkummar-Mouni track is an ill-fitting addition
"The Naari Naari Song" is inspired by "Nari Narin" which was produced by Delta Sound and is not subtle about the association.
“The Naari Naari Song” has been composed by Sachin-Jigar. The makers of Made In China have released the third song from the film. Much like the two songs that preceded it, “The Naari Naari Song” is an up-tempo dance number that has been composed by Sachin-Ji… [+1203 chars]
Abhishek Singh
2019-10-09 11:58:22




Culture - The rise of Palestinian pop - BBC News
Culture - The rise of Palestinian pop BBC News Israel election too close to call CBS News Palestinian woman shot dead after alleged stabbing attack Aljazeera.com For Palestinians, Israel’s elections promise nothing but defeat The Guardian Palestinian Woman Wa…
Growing up in East Jerusalem, Bashar Murad turned to music for comfort in a life blighted by fractious political realities and the emotional pressures of being a gay man battling the conservative elements of his society. It also became a way of transcending t… [+21536 chars]
William Ralston
2019-09-18 09:07:20




Islam, the Oud and American Jazz Prodigy Ahmed Abdul-Malik
(Informed Comment) - On John Coltrane’s breakthrough album Live at the Village Vanguard album (1961) there were many musical innovations, and the sound of an instrument new to jazz, the oud. The oud, staple of Middle Eastern music – and ancestor of the pu…
(Informed Comment) – On John Coltranes breakthrough album Live at the Village Vanguard album (1961) there were many musical innovations, and the sound of an instrument new to jazz, the oud. The oud, staple of Middle Eastern music and ancestor of the pute and … [+6352 chars]
Shalom Goldman
2019-09-14 04:03:15




Egyptian businessman calls on President el-Sisi to step down
Mohamed Ali has urged Egyptians to protest against President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on Friday.
An Egyptian businessman and actor who had posted a series of videos this month accusing President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of corruption has called on people to take to the streets on Friday to protest against the leader. Mohamed Ali, who worked as a military co… [+3006 chars]
Al Jazeera
2019-09-19 10:45:25




Originality in Arabic music
How artists express individual style and creativity within the context of a cultural tradition is one of the central questions of Aesthetics. This is applicable to an extraordinary range of artistic practices across different cultures, although its answers an…
How artists express individual style and creativity within the context of a cultural tradition is one of the central questions of Aesthetics. This is applicable to an extraordinary range of artistic practices across different cultures, although its answers an… [+5252 chars]
Sanjana Rajagopal
2019-09-16 12:30:50




The Bar Where Lebanon's Revolutionaries Drink
For decades, Abou Elie provided a haven for Lebanese communists. Now it's a shelter from an uncertain future.
No speaking about politics, No references to religion and No commenting on the music are among the 10 rules plastered on the door of Beiruts oldest communist bar. Terrez Saieda, a 56-year-old with dark shadows under her eyes, doesnt enforce every rule, but sh… [+4268 chars]
Mat Nashed
2019-09-27 04:23:27




A student photographer shows us what a day in the life is like at UC-Berkeley
Ten schools fall under the greater University of California umbrella, and Berkeley is considered the state's best on many fronts. Though it's a large public university, Berkeley is often held up beside other more traditionally "elite" private schools like Har…
The University of California, Berkeley, is one of ten schools that fall under the greater UC umbrella. Even though it's a large public university with over 30,000 undergraduates, Berkeley is often held up alongside more traditionally "elite" schools like Harv… [+1715 chars]
Mack DeGeurin
2019-09-29 17:42:00




Lyrical Photo Video Maker with Music: Status Video
There is a new craze to share Lyrical Video Songs on Whatsapp status video. Create any lyrical video for whatsapp status from your photos with just single click.My Photo Lyrical Video Status Maker is application whi…

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2019-10-06 04:52:00




‘An artiste never dies’
Legendary Hindi film composer Usha Khanna was in the city to share her life’s journey through music
Usha Khanna was in Bengaluru two days ahead of a music concert organised in her honour by the Rotary Indiranagar called Ek Sunehari Shaam. Though she looked frail and walked slowly due due to a hairline fracture in one of her knees, her face lit up when she s… [+4208 chars]
Shilpa Sebastian R
2019-09-26 10:09:26




Our Music Critics' Earshot Jazz Festival Picks
Cécile McLorin Salvant, Afrocop, and More Music Critics' Earshot Picks by Stranger EverOut Staff The Earshot Jazz Festival (which takes place from October 4 to November 6 this year) always brings great performers to Seattle, but this year especially is stacke…
Earshot Jazz Festival, an annual month-long examination and celebration of the art form, includes over 50 concerts featuring acts both local and (inter)national, old and young. This year's docket includes big names like Cécile McLorin Salvant, Chucho Valdés, … [+152 chars]
Stranger EverOut Staff
2019-10-03 21:38:59




Rahim AlHaj and Sahba Motallebi create music to heal the wounds of war
During the Iran-Iraq war, Baghdad-born oud master Rahim AlHaj was imprisoned and tortured by Saddam Hussein’s government for his political activism. He fled to Jordan and eventually found refuge in the U.S., settling in Albuquerque in 2000, and there he’s con…
October 11, 2019Music | Concert Preview Sign up for our newsletters Subscribe During the Iran-Iraq war, Baghdad-born oud master Rahim AlHaj was imprisoned and tortured by Saddam Husseins government for his political activism. He fled to Jordan and eventual… [+2407 chars]
Catalina Maria Johnson
2019-10-11 22:31:00




Forget Politics: The Joys of Iran’s Traditional Music
By Darius Sepehri | - Weaving through the rooms of my Brisbane childhood home, carried on the languid, humid, sub-tropical air, was the sound of an Iranian tenor singing 800-year old Persian poems of love. I was in primary school, playing cricket in the stree…
By Darius Sepehri | – Weaving through the rooms of my Brisbane childhood home, carried on the languid, humid, sub-tropical air, was the sound of an Iranian tenor singing 800-year old Persian poems of love. I was in primary school, playing cricket in the stre… [+15995 chars]
The Conversation
2019-09-15 04:04:07




The Making of Morcoccan Funk
Marcus J. Moore Led by the Casablanca polymath Abdelakabir Faradjallah, the band Attarazat Addahabia defined the sound of the city. The post The Making of Morcoccan Funk appeared first on The Nation.
Attarazat Addahabia, with Abdelakabir Faradjallah, third from right. (Courtesy of Habibi Funk) Abdelakabir Faradjallah was destined to become an artist. Born in Casablancas Benjdia neighborhood in 1942, he was still a child when a battle was fought in the ci… [+7884 chars]
Marcus J. Moore
2019-09-17 12:00:45




How I spent a semester living at a Hilton with just 320k points
Oh, university. The carefree, stay-up-late-sleep-all-day bonanza of our youth. Where you can sleep on the floor, in a cot or inside somebody’s trunk and never be the worse for wear. Or, if you’re me, you go back to college in your late 20s with achy knees and…
Oh, university. The carefree, stay-up-late-sleep-all-day bonanza of our youth. Where you can sleep on the floor, in a cot or inside somebody’s trunk and never be the worse for wear. Or, if you’re me, you go back to college in your late 20s with achy knees an… [+5785 chars]
Carissa Rawson
2019-09-14 14:00:14
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