1 “What a Wonderful World”, Louis Armstrong At its core, Thanksgiving is about being grateful. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more awe-inspiring song than Louis Armstrong’s ode to all that surrounds us. 2 “We are a family”, Sister Sledge If you don’t sing this out loud at some pointRead More →

Throughout the month, we plunged into the world of daring decors inspired by all things Bright + Bold. Saturated colors, bold palettes and graphic elements come together for a vibrant and fresh aesthetic. Whether all the walls are painted in color block combinations or a single accent piece with aRead More →

Apple has launched a new “Shazam Discovery” playlist on Apple Music that uses data from the Music Discovery Platform to highlight emerging and emerging artists. But aside from letting users discover interesting music, the new playlist also gives us a glimpse of how Apple is leveraging its acquisition of ShazamRead More →

news Latest playlist features hottest artists on tour, chosen by CAA, ICM Partners, ITB, Paradigm, UTA, ATC Live, WME, Mother Artists and Primary Talent By IQ on April 29, 2021 The latest edition of IQThe new music playlist, featuring a selection of tracks curated by leading international booking agencies, isRead More →

ALEX HARPER Smino is just one of the St. Louis artists featured on the “New Midwest” playlist. If music streaming services aren’t particularly good at charging artists – and, really, they aren’t – one thing they can be helpful in getting the names of promising acts around the world. ToRead More →

Click to enlarge The video killed the radio star, but these days streaming playlists are music’s new hitmakers. To deepen the local indie music scenes, Apple Music launched a series of new curated playlists on Wednesday. One, “The New Midwest,” features lesser-known Detroit rappers like Sada Baby, Payroll Giovanni, IcewearRead More →

If you’re sick of hearing the same Christmas music over and over again – and, let’s face it, you probably are – then let me offer you an alternate solution to just beat it until December 26, or every. once your local grocery store and radio stations stop broadcasting theRead More →

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – OCTOBER 29: Caitlyn Smith performs at Spotify’s new podcast launch … [+] with country icon Reba McEntire at the Bridge Building on October 29, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Terry Wyatt / Getty Images for Spotify) Getty Images for Spotify Many are quick to denounce countryRead More →

My creature comforts throughout Melbourne’s last lockdown have been cooking shows, food documentaries, and cookbooks. One thing they remember (other than how hungry I am) is how excited I am about the wide variety of food out there. My favorite moments are the cooks enthusiastically sharing a recipe, its historyRead More →

It’s been a month since the coronavirus pandemic hit. For many it’s a manic transition to make because the various motion control commands have been long enough for new habits to form and now many have already started commuting to work. We sympathize. So here are AUGUST MAN’s top musicRead More →

It’s Friday afternoon, so it’s time for another one of our rarer-than-expected recaps of the best new music that’s popped up over the past few days or so. There are favorites such as The Waterboysback with another piece of their new Good luck Researcher LP, and Bill CallahanPassing us anotherRead More →

Jim steinfeldtGetty Images 1 “Ain’t Nobody” by Chaka Khan and Rufus (1983) 2 Kim Wilde’s “Children in America” ​​(1981) It’s the kind of song that makes the soundtrack to a cheeky teenage comedy like Distraught, which featured The Muff’s revival of the timeless success in the film’s opening scene. 3Read More →

The sleep-deprived first few months of parenthood are tough for everyone, but as a busy classical cellist, Anna steinhoff often found herself struggling to stay awake while performing, having “very successful performances” and “some downright embarrassing” due to her fatigue. Steinhoff and her husband, Justin roberts, a Grammy-nominated rock musicianRead More →