Music Feeds’ New Aus Music playlist is updated once a week with our favorite Australian releases from the previous seven days. This week’s playlist includes Eora/Sydney-based rapper MUNGMUNG’s wild and daring “BBE”, Foura’s UK garage influenced “Power”, Anna Lunoe’s “Peach Fuzz”, a collaboration with Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs which appearsRead More →

Rap and recording artist Seth Sheridan has had its fair share of globetrotting. Born Seth Sheridan to European parents, Seth Sheridan found himself moving back and forth between the hallowed land and the United States amid a budding music career. After finding a temporary home in Miami, Florida, Seth SheridanRead More →

“For nearly 300 years, excellence has been at the heart of Remy Martin, and through this partnership, we have reached an incredible milestone, where we see a brilliant breakthrough at the intersection of art, fine cognac and technology,” said Amaury Vinclet, Global Executive Director of Rémy Martin. “As Usher’s long-standingRead More →

It’s amazing how much work goes into creating animated hip-hop music videos. Whether claymation or stop motion, they can break the boundaries of conventional music videos, capturing the essence of a song and bringing it to life. Below is a picklist for some amazing anime rap videos, though this shouldn’tRead More →

Music Feeds’ New Aus Music playlist is updated once a week with all of our favorite Australian releases from the previous seven days. This week’s playlist features the first look at Genesis Owusu’s second album, Jesswar’s latest genre-defying hip hop cut, a rewarding dance/hip hop collaboration from dj pgz andRead More →

TUCSON, Ariz.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–July 20, 2022– World Visionthe leading stratospheric exploration and space tourism company, today announced a collaboration with Grammy-winning duo The Chainsmokers, welcoming them on a World View space tourism flight to become the first musical artists to produce at the edge of space. This press release is multimedia.Read More →

TUCSON, Ariz.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–World Visionthe leading stratospheric exploration and space tourism company, today announced a collaboration with Grammy-winning duo The Chainsmokers, welcoming them on a World View space tourism flight to become the first musical artists to produce at the edge of space. “We’ve always dreamed of going to space andRead More →

The third part of Zombies the franchise is out! Zombies 3 made its debut on Disney+ on Friday (July 15), which means the soundtrack is also here! Meg Donnelly, Milo Manheim, Chandler Kinney, Pearce Joza, Ariel Martin and more returning for the threequel and are featured on the soundtrack, alongsideRead More →

Music Feeds’ New Aus Music playlist is updated once a week with all of our favorite Australian releases from the previous seven days. This week’s playlist features the first look at the upcoming Murlocs album, rascalAnna Lunoe’s latest rave-bait, alternative pop excellence from Keelan Mak, Eluera, Northeast Party House’s ZHRRead More →

You walk onstage, and it’s terrifying: a senior recital gone wrong, a late masterclass with a renowned soloist, a career-ending prank with your parents in the terrifying audience. As always, it’s inexplicably hot on the boards (or too cold, or the lights are too bright) and you’re sure the audienceRead More →

Music Feeds’ New Aus Music playlist is updated once a week with all of our favorite Australian releases from the previous seven days. This week’s playlist includes new songs from alternative pop artist Sydney Montaigne, First Nations folktronica actor Tilly Tjala Thomas, the latest solo single from Phoebe Go (TwoRead More →

I started working in Africa in 2000 when I signed Richard Bona for representation. For the past 22 years, one of the major challenges of working in Africa has been trying to string together events to create tours. In particular, some of the continent-specific challenges have been transport, finance, infrastructure,Read More →

I couldn’t start this playlist without an opening, luckily Harry Sdraulig’s Entertainment because Lyrebird Brass has me covered. The work is a soft, energetic number that constantly moves and advances and plays expertly with layer and texture to keep the ear engaged. This leads directly to Insomnia by Emma Greenhill,Read More →

Music heals. We don’t just know it intuitively, we feel it. While it won’t cure cancer, dengue, or coronavirus, music can heal our humanity by rallying us in the fight against racial injustice. It can also be a tool to support our fellow human beings affected by COVID-19. On aRead More →