Alles, was du über eine Wimpernverlängerung wissen solltest

Manche Menschen verlassen das Haus niemals ohne Lippenstift oder einen Spritzer Parfum. Ich verlasse das Haus nie ohne Mascara. Warum? Weil ich mich damit wach und irgendwie “fertig” fühle. Perfekt gestylte, geschminkte Wimpern erfordern aber eben auch Zeit und Mühe – und genau deswegen habe ich schon immer mit der Idee geliebäugelt, mir die Wimpern verlängern zu lassen. Wimpernverlängerungen sind natürlich nichts Neues, aber inzwischen leichter verfügbar, günstiger und besser denn je...
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New Yellow Wiggle Tsehay Hawkins: ‘If I can show kids how to be natural, that would mean the world to me’

The 15-year-old Ethiopian-born Latin dance star, who is replacing Emma Watkins in the popular children’s group, is pumped to be hitting the road with her childhood idolsThe colour scheme remains the same but fans of the Wiggles will notice some big changes with the recruitment of Tsehay (pronounced “se-hi”) Hawkins into the lineup of the venerable preschool edutainment phenomenon.Taking over the yellow skivvy from Emma Watkins, who has retired after 11 years with the troupe, Hawkins, 15, is the ...
Tags: Music, Television, Children, Dance, Culture, Australian television, Children's Tv, Hawkins, Emma Watkins, Tsehay, Anthony Field, Tsehay Hawkins

Preview Beyoncé’s New Song “Be Alive” In The Trailer For Venus And Serena Williams Biopic King Richard

Beyoncé has recorded a new song for the upcoming Venus and Serena Williams biopic, King Richard starring Will Smith, who plays the tennis stars’ father. Titled “Be Alive,” the song soundtracks the movie’s new trailer that dropped today.
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Will Smith, Richard, Serena Williams, New Music

Daddy’s Hangout 2021 Week 7 NFL Predictions

Welcome to Week 7 of the 2021 season as we get closer to the halfway mark. My record last week was 4-3, which dropped my overall mark to 34-20. The winning percentage dipped from 63.8 to 63%. Once again, we had a bunch of great games last week. On Monday, the Tennessee Titans beat the Buffalo Bills in a great game. The Sunday Night game saw the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Seattle Seahawks in an overtime thriller. The Baltimore Ravens looked like one of the best teams in the league after blastin...
Tags: Washington, New Orleans Saints, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, NFL, San Francisco, Indianapolis, Chicago, Tennessee, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jazz, Nashville, Aaron Rodgers, Arizona Cardinals, Seattle Seahawks

Lana Del Rey: Blue Banisters review – as perplexing as she is captivating

Despite weaving relatable scenes of Zoom calls and lockdown weight gain into her distinctive aesthetic, the stylised singer remains as elusive as ever on her eighth albumDespite some misguided early philosophising, the pandemic has not turned out to be a great leveller: we have all been, to borrow a viral metaphor, navigating the same stormy sea in very different vessels. It has, however, made Lana Del Rey a bit more relatable. The musician has often seemed more highly stylised cipher than every...
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Exploring: The Culture Of Music Genres

“It’s not untrue that these genres are a kind of record company plot to sell us music but there’s a reason why this conspiracy has been so successful: they were recognising real communities and finding ways to serve them. – The Guardian
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Morning View Turns 20

With two decades of hindsight, it’s kind of funny to notice how at war with themselves music critics seemed regarding Incubus, especially by the time the unapologetically SoCal troupe released their fourth studio album, Morning View. As has been unendingly discussed, especially now with all of these other era-adjacent anniversaries, rock music was a tricky subject in the late ’90s and early 2000s. The Strokes were only juuuust getting around to putting their nonchalant, retrofied spin on the gen...
Tags: Reviews, Music, The Anniversary, Deftones, Korn, Britney, Incubus

Ozzy & Sharon Osbourne Biopic Announced

Sony Pictures has announced a biopic based on the lives and love story of Ozzy Osbourne and his wife Sharon Osbourne, Variety reports. “Our relationship at times was often wild, insane and dangerous but it was our undying love that kept us together,” says Sharon Osbourne. “We’re thrilled to partner with Sony Pictures and Polygram to bring our story to the screen.”
Tags: Music, News, Ozzy Osbourne, Sony Pictures, Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy, Polygram, Sharon Osbourne Variety

Vinyl Records Are Popular — Too Popular To Keep Up

Left for dead with the advent of CDs in the 1980s, vinyl records are now the music industry’s most popular and highest-grossing physical format, with fans choosing it for collectibility, sound quality or simply the tactile experience of music in an age of digital ephemerality. – The New York Times
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The Wiggles, in their original 1990s line-up, announce reunion tour for "adults only"

childre The original line-up of The Wiggles, the Australian children's musical group that invaded living rooms in the 1990s, are headed out on an arena tour in 2022. No, this isn't a chance for those who grew up Murray, Jeff, Greg, and Anthony to share the, er, magic with their own children. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, Music, TV, Kids, News, Australia, Anthony, Children's Television, Murray Jeff Greg

Self Esteem: Prioritise Pleasure review – Britain’s funniest, frankest pop star drums out her demons

(Fiction)The sound of an artist coming into her own, Rebecca Taylor’s remarkable second album as Self Esteem mixes the intimate and conversational with the unabashedly dramaticThroughout Prioritise Pleasure, her second album as Self Esteem, Rebecca Taylor searches for a feeling she can rely on. Her stomach and heart seldom align. A callous lover makes her doubt herself. “Casual” texts from an ex evidently conceal ulterior motives. She has to check out emotionally in order to climax from a ziples...
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Wie Zähneknirschen meine Beziehung ruiniert

Es ist 1:30 Uhr. Ich liege wach, obwohl ich hundemüde bin. Der Grund? Mein Verlobter knirscht mit den Zähnen und dieses furchtbare Geräusch lässt mir keine Ruhe. R. hat keine Ahnung davon, was gerade passiert und schläft friedlich mit unserem Hund neben seinen Beinen zusammengerollt vor sich hin. Deshalb kann ich es einfach nicht über mich bringen, ihn aufzuwecken. Deshalb drehe ich mich um, atme tief ein und aus und versuche, sein Knirschen zu ignorieren, aber es gelingt mir einfach nicht. L...
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We’ve Got A File On You: Jim James

We’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc.
Tags: Music, My Morning Jacket, Erykah Badu, Jim James, The Muppets, Roadies, Cameron Crowe, Backstreet Boys, The Flaming Lips, Wayne Coyne, The Roots, Conan O'brien, Black Thought, Brittany Howard, Calexico, Kermit The Frog

Black Americans Should Absolutely Appropriate European Opera (Though Not Necessarily Like This): John McWhorter

Writes the Columbia University linguist and New York Times columnist of Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones and William Grant Still’s Highway 1, U.S.A., “the tradition being appropriated here is based on a philosophy of composition and audience reception hardly inevitable.” – The New York Times
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Alex Lahey – “Spike The Punch”

Last we heard from Alex Lahey, the Australian Artist To Watch was covering Faith Hill classics and writing the end-credits song for Netflix’s The Mitchells Vs. The Machines. Now, Lahey is back with an ebullient new song, “Spike The Punch,” which is produced by Lahey, John Castle, and Carlos de la Garza.
Tags: Music, Netflix, New Music, Faith Hill, Mitchells, Lahey, Alex Lahey, Matt Sav, Lahey John Castle

Obongjayar – “Message In A Hammer”

Obongjayar, the Nigerian-born and London-based singer, stepped onto our radar a few years ago, delivering floaty and authoritative hooks on tracks for XL Recordings founder Richard Russell’s Everything Is Recorded project. Since then, Obongjayar has stayed busy. Earlier this year, he collaborated with Afrobeats producer Sarz on the Sweetness EP, and he’s also been on tracks with artists like Little Simz and Pa Salieu recently. Now, Obongjayar is at work on his as-yet-untitled debut album, and he...
Tags: Music, London, Little Simz, New Music, Richard Russell, Sarz, Obongjayar, Rollo Jackson, Pa Salieu

HEALTH & Poppy – “Dead Flowers”

HEALTH is back with another collaborative single following “ISN’T EVERYONE” with Nine Inch Nails and “ANTI-LIFE” with Tyler Bates and Deftones’ Chino Moreno. Now, HEALTH have teamed up with dark-pop performer Poppy on “DEAD FLOWERS.” It’s a sludgy, shoegazey track that verges into industrial territory. Poppy’s ethereal vocals, however, give “DEAD FLOWERS” a slight R&B saunter.
Tags: Health, Music, Poppy, Nine Inch Nails, New Music, Tyler Bates

Prince Daddy & The Hyena – “Curly Q”

In the two years since they released their album Cosmic Thrill Seekers, the antic Albany emo band Prince Daddy & The Hyena have built up a serious audience for themselves. Last month, for instance, the band opened a massive Central Park benefit show with Joyce Manor, Turnover, and Tigers Jaw. Today, Prince Daddy & The Hyena have announced that they’ve signed with Pure Nose Records, and they’ve also dropped a new song called “Curly Q.”
Tags: Music, Albany, Central Park, New Music, Prince Daddy, Prince Daddy & The Hyena, Dom Vaughn, Tigers Jaw Today

The Langley Schools Music Project’s Innocence & Despair Turns 20

With its shout-outs to “Silly Willy From Philly” and “Mademoiselle Kitty,” Wings’ “Venus And Mars/Rock Show” medley was essentially a children’s song when Paul McCartney released it in 1975. As such, it’s a perfect introduction to the young artists of the Langley Schools Music Project. When they covered the song in 1977, they were all between 9 and 12 years old, with almost no proper music training among them, conducted by a teacher in way over his head. But they sound like they’re having the ti...
Tags: The Anniversary, The Langley Schools Music Project

Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode: ‘Regret is a weird word. I don’t look back on my life like that’

The Depeche Mode frontman answers your questions, on his new covers album, taking early dance lessons from Mick Jagger and the right way to load a dishwasherDid you accomplish everything you set out to on [forthcoming album] Impostor? MrBeelzebubI was really burned out after the last Depeche Mode tour, then Rich [Machin, long-time musical partner in Soulsavers] and I started talking about songs and artists who had influenced us. Before we knew it, we were making a Soulsavers record with me as fr...
Tags: Music, Culture, Pop and rock, Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Electronic Music, Depeche Mode, Dave Gahan, Machin, Dan Penn James Carr

Dave Gahan: ‘Regret is a weird word. I don’t look back on my life like that’

The Depeche Mode frontman answers your questions, on his new covers album, taking early dance lessons from Mick Jagger and the right way to load a dishwasherDid you accomplish everything you set out to on [forthcoming album] Impostor? MrBeelzebubI was really burned out after the last Depeche Mode tour, then Rich [Machin, long-time musical partner in Soulsavers] and I started talking about songs and artists who had influenced us. Before we knew it, we were making a Soulsavers record with me as fr...
Tags: Music, Culture, Pop and rock, Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Electronic Music, Depeche Mode, Dave Gahan, Machin, Dan Penn James Carr

Mein Trennungs-TikTok ging viral & änderte mein Leben

Ich habe mich nie für jemanden gehalten, die ihr Glück in die Hände einer anderen Person legen würde. Ich war schon immer sehr unabhängig; ich brauche meinen Freiraum, und es ist mir wichtig, auch außerhalb einer romantischen Beziehung noch ein eigener, vollständiger Mensch zu sein. Als meine acht Jahre lange Beziehung also 2020 endete, war ich schockiert darüber, wie unvollständig ich mich plötzlich fühlte. Obwohl ich vorher geglaubt hatte, gut auf die Trennung vorbereitet zu sein – zu der e...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kraft, Bett, Wie, Raum, Kopf, Boden, Gluck, Oder, Kamera, Herzen, Kummer, Dann, Herz, Hände

Warum dich Liebeschaos anzieht & wie du das verlernst

Toni Tone ist eine Schriftstellerin und Fernsehpersönlichkeit und spielte die Hauptrolle in der Reality-Serie Highlife. In ihrem Buch I Wish I Knew This Earlier zeigt sie, dass sich Gefühlsachterbahnen, emotionale Unverfügbarkeit und stressige Umstände für eine Person, die damit aufgewachsen ist, vertraut anfühlen können, und sich auf Beziehungen auswirken können. Als ich 31 war, führte ich ein sehr offenes und ehrliches Gespräch mit meinem Vater. Wir sprachen über meine Kindheit und darüber,...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kindheit, Mir, Nach, TIPP, Jahren, Daher, Buch, Bei, Kosten, Hause, Emotionen, Meinung, Liste, Dinge

The Does and Don’ts of Putting on a Prison Concert: Johnny Cash, BB King, the Grateful Dead, Bonnie Tyler & The Cramps

The prison gig has been a staple of live performance since Johnny Cash played Folsom in 1968, with variations on the theme like the Cramps’ legendary performance at a California Psychiatric Hospital (revisited in the documentary We Were There to Be There). Some bands who play institutions may not be far away from inhabiting them. When the Sex Pistols played Chelmsford Prison, it was not the first time guitarist Steve Jones had been inside, what with his 14 criminal convictions. In fact, ...
Tags: Facebook, Music, England, Mississippi, College, Fugazi, Janis Joplin, Folsom, Jones, Bonnie Tyler, Steve Jones, Johnny Cash, Thornton, Tyler, Chelmsford, Josh Jones

Demystifying Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ “Red Right Hand,” and How It Was Inspired by Milton’s Paradise Lost

Youtuber Polyphonic has done a good job of looking at some hoary old classics of ‘60s rock, but he doesn’t always dip his toe in taking on contemporary music, or even considering a modern canon. Pronouncing what is essential listening of the last few decades is a minefield, especially among the ranks of Commentus YouTubus. So their choice to explore Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ “Red Right Hand” is a deft one. It’s not Cave’s most well-known song—-that would be “The Mercy Seat”—-but it’s ...
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