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Christine And The Queens Cancels Coachella Set Due To Mother’s Death

Christine And The Queens will not perform at the second weekend of Coachella. As Pitchfork points out, Héloïse Letissier explained in a tweet this afternoon that she had returned home to France to be with her family following the death of her mother this past Tuesday. More »
Tags: Music, News, France, Queens, Coachella, Christine, Héloïse Letissier, Christine And The Queens, Coachella As Pitchfork


Shop Every Single Piece Of Beyoncé’s Beychella Merch

When Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter took the stage at Coachella, she brought Black history and culture to the forefront. And in between celebrating the Black college experience (specifically HBCUs), the first Black woman to ever headline the music festival championed Black bodies, feminism, activism, and her family, all while wearing a custom Balmain hoodie. Last summer, Blue Ivy’s mother released that hoodie in both yellow and pink, along with a black T-shirt featuring a sorority-inspired grap...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Beyonce, France, Netflix, Coachella, Balmain, Olivier Rousteing, Black, Mac Miller, Blue Ivy, United Negro College Fund, Mary McLeod Bethune, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles Carter, Beychella, United Negro College Fund Frederick D Patterson


Beyoncé Just Released New Homecoming Merch to Celebrate Her Netflix Film

Last year, when Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter took the stage at Coachella, she brought Black history and culture to the forefront. And in between celebrating the Black college experience (specifically HBCUs), the first Black woman to ever headline the music festival championed Black bodies, feminism, activism, and her family, all while wearing a custom Balmain hoodie. That summer, Blue Ivy’s mother released that hoodie in both yellow and pink, along with a black T-shirt featuring a sorority-in...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Beyonce, France, Netflix, Coachella, Balmain, Olivier Rousteing, Black, Blue Ivy, United Negro College Fund, Mary McLeod Bethune, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles Carter, Beychella, United Negro College Fund Frederick D Patterson, Vogue Recreating


Notre Dame and the culture it inspired – from Matisse to the Muppets

It mesmerised Proust, terrified Homer Simpson and gave us the Hunchback – Guardian critics celebrate Paris’s gothic masterpiece at the heart of the modern imaginationAs Notre Dame Cathedral’s majestic spire tumbled into the inferno on Monday night, live newsreaders around the world decried the tragic loss of this 12th-century marvel. The great timber roof – nicknamed “the forest” for the thousands of trees used in its beams – was gone, the rose windows feared melted, the heart of Paris destroyed...
Tags: Art, Books, Games, Music, Television, Film, France, World news, Culture, Architecture, Art and design, Television & radio, Heritage, Paris, Stage, Notre Dame


Coachella 2019: Musical highlights from Saturday, Weekend 1 with Bob Moses, The Interrupters

If you get to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival early-ish — say if you didn’t party so hard the night before and then hit the mandatory mimosas and bloody Marys — there are gems to be had on the festival’s early slate. Like Serpentwithfeet, the stage name of experimental singer-songwriter Josiah Wise, who played to a small crowd in the Mojave tent early Saturday afternoon, April 13. His vocals had an improvisational quality to them — he sang, in fact, about what was happening as it wa...
Tags: Music, California, France, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Queens, Coachella, Kenny G, Caribbean, Tim Armstrong, Jain, Wiltern, Christine, Mojave


Music Industry’s Growth Continues Thanks To Streaming

According to the latest report from the IFPI, the music industry has now seen its fourth uninterrupted year of growth, reaching $19 billion in revenue, a an increase which has been fueled in large part by a major uptick in paid music subscriptions. ___________________________ Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0 The latest IFPI report that provides an overview of recorded music revenue worldwide is out, and it shows that for the fourth consecutive year the industry has grown. Th...
Tags: Asia, South Korea, Europe, Music, Japan, UK, France, Germany, United States, Guest Post, North America, Latin America, India Japan, Bobby Owsinski, IFPI


Stal ‘Magic’

Singer-songwriter and producer Pierre-Marie Maulini, aka  STAL, released the track Magic along with a video. This is as good as it gets. The latest track was produced by Eric Palmquist (Bad Suns, Mutemath, Night Riots) and comes off the ‘Fresh Blood’ EP.  Growing up in France and spending time in Ireland, he’s been touring the world with Anthony Gonzalez and his band M83, before residing in Los Angeles. In its short existence, Stal has released an EP and a LP, Young Hearts while the track Close...
Tags: Music, France, Los Angeles, Ireland, Buzz Artists, Anthony Gonzalez, Eric Palmquist, Night RIots, Bad Suns, Stal, Pierre Marie Maulini, Mute Match, Stal m83, STAL magic


Top 5 Destinations to Make Your Family Holiday Cheaper This Year

We all know that planning a family holiday can be stressful. Even when you think you’ve managed to find an activity that will entertain everyone, finding cheap flights and accommodation is another story! In order to ensure that the children are entertained while still managing to find time for the adults to relax, you’ll need a watertight solution. You might never have thought of it, but an all-inclusive golf holiday could be the answer to your prayers. Trying a new sport with the whole family i...
Tags: Europe, UK, Traveling, France, Scotland, Spain, Portugal, Jazz, Desert Springs Resort, Golf Travel Center, Hotel Clery Pas de Calais France France, Hotel Clery, Sentido Zeynep Golf Resort Turkey Turkey, Scotland UK Scotland, Desert Springs Resort La Algarrobina Spain Spain, Pestana Carvoeiro Resort


Fantasy Epics Are YA’s Next Big Trend — Here’s Where To Get Started

Fantasy books have always been popular in YA and children's literature — long before Harry Potter. But lately, the genre has given authors the opportunity to create rich worlds that draw from culturally specific mythologies or historical periods. In two 2019 books, for example, authors dive back into 18th and 19th century Paris and supernatural twists.In a way, YA fantasy offers a chance to rewrite history, in addition to letting imaginations soar. Through the lens of these YA fantasy books, hi...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, France, Neil Gaiman, America, Rome, Paris, Snow White, Las Vegas, Venice, Merlin, Belle, Blue, Arya Stark, Alice


Stream-Ripping Finally On The Decline

As with so many consumer practices, piracy has its own trends which, in the age of streaming, most recently took the form of stream-ripping, an illegal process whereby, content is 'ripped' from existing streaming sites. Fortunately, this practice appears to be on the decline, according to a recent report. ____________________________ Guest post by James Shotwell of Haulix The popularity of stream-ripping dropped 13% in 2018, according to a new report. Piracy, not unlike entertai...
Tags: Spotify, Music, UK, Indonesia, France, Germany, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, United States, United Kingdom, Guest Post, Bittorrent, Riaa, Brazil India, Muso


Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week -April 3, 2019

In the weekly Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week, the Montreal bookstore recommends several new works of fiction, art books, periodicals, and comics. Librairie Drawn & Quarterly is one of Montreal's premiere independent bookstores. Leaving Richard’s Valley by Michael Deforge Michael Deforge’s newest comic tells the story of an eccentric group of animal friends who are forced out of their beloved valley and must learn to make their way in the Big City. In Deforge's world, frogs b...
Tags: Music, France, David, Montreal, Richard, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Lee, Valley, Louis, Librairie Drawn Quarterly Books of the Week, Houston Texas, Eddy, Shraya, Latina, Big City, Librairie Drawn Quarterly


A Week In Toronto, Canada, On A $55,000 Income

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a freelance copywriter working in advertising who makes $55,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on a one-piece swimsuit. Below, we asked the OP some questions about her career. Editor's note: All prices have been converted to U.S. doll...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Washington, France, Toronto, Netflix, Vogue, Health Insurance, Roma, UNHCR, MOAS, Toronto Canada, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Earl Grey, Kiehl, Art Gallery of Ontario


These Luxury-Made Sharply-Priced Gold Hoops Have Sold Out Three Times

You never want something until you can't have it. So, each week in The Sell-Out, we're getting the scoop from your favorite retailers on what's selling like crazy. Watch this space to find out what everyone's buying, sign up for wait lists, and keep tabs on restocks.A visit to the Ana Luisa website is a breath of fresh air. Rune-like coin necklaces, artistic earrings, and mysterious signet rings abound at the jewelry brand’s website, intriguing us with its simple design and personal-feeling pie...
Tags: Fashion, Music, France, Anthropologie, Rune, Laura Lombardi, Ana Luisa, David Benayoun, Benayoun, Abby Earrings, Ana Luisa Hoop Earrings, Ana Luisa Kinoko, Mecca Ring, Ana Luisa Gold Lacquer Ring, Isabel Marant Gold


Instruments In Transit: What Artists Need To Know In Event Of 'No Deal' Brexit

While there's been no shortage of media coverage over the ongoing Brexit dumpster fire, one group that often gets left out of the hypotheticals and conjectures are touring musicians. Here we look at what some of the technical ramifications might be for artists transporting their instruments between the UK and rest of the EU in the event of a 'no deal' Brexit. __________________________ In this latest contribution to MusicThinkTank, Nick Louder breaks down what artists transporting inst...
Tags: Music, UK, France, Eu, Owen Davie, MusicThinkTank Nick Louder


What Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel tells us about women’s music

Everyone loves a good plot twist. And what better plot twist than finding out that a work of art, scientific discovery, or other creation was the achievement not of a well-known man, but rather a woman? Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel was a talented composer of the early 19th century who worked mostly in private. As an upper-class woman with many social responsibilities and expectations, she was not encouraged to go on to any kind of public career. Instead she hosted concerts in her Berlin, Germany hom...
Tags: Books, Music, Featured, France, New York City, Berlin Germany, Felix Mendelssohn, Mendelssohn, Hensel, Arts & Humanities, Women's History Month, Female Composers, Grove Music, Women Composers, Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Easter Sonata


Sculptural Heels Are The Work-Of-Art Shoe Trend You Need For Spring

Nine times out of ten, if you start seeing a certain accessory over and over, it's probably a Jacquemus original. Just look at what happened with his ubiquitous mini bags. The French designer, whose loyal followers include Jeanne Damas, Marta Cygan and Caroline de Maigret, has a knack for knowing exactly what we want before we even want it. And from where I'm sitting (at my desk scrolling through Instagram), it looks like the man from the south of France has done it again — this time, in the sh...
Tags: Fashion, Music, France, Zara, Barneys, Caroline de Maigret, Jeanne Damas Marta Cygan


Keith Rosson's Playlist for His Novel "Smoke City"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Keith Rosson's Smoke City is a surreal, genre-defying whirlwind of a road trip novel. Foreword Reviews wrote of the book: "A brilliantly haunting tale of forgiveness and redemptio...
Tags: Music, California, France, Sheriff, US, Los Angeles, David, Marvin, Portland, Joan, Discogs, Kirkus, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Mike, Lance, Rosemary Clooney


Music scholarships created for students who have been homeless, in foster care

Pursuing a career in the music industry can be tough, but when you’ve experienced homelessness or foster care it becomes doubly challenging. The House of Blues Music Forward Foundation is looking change that. The Los Angeles-based organization just received a $150,000 grant from the Living Legacy Foundation in Costa Mesa. The award will expand its reach and establish the first-ever college scholarship for cash-strapped students who have faced homelessness or been in foster care. Named for music ...
Tags: Business, Music, France, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, House, Scholarship, Smith, Scholarships, Alexander, Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Ballard, House of Blues, Van Nuys


Streaming Music Forecast 2018 - 2026 [MIDiA]

Respected music and entertainment industry analysts MIDiA have just published its latest global music forecasts, with revenue and user numbers projected through 2026. __________________________ From MIDiA's Mark Mulligan from the Music Industry blog 2017 was the last year of strong streaming revenue growth. From 2018 onwards streaming growth will lessen each year, falling from 29% in 2018 to 7% in 2026. The slowdown in revenue growth reflects maturation of developed streaming market...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Japan, UK, Australia, France, China, Germany, India, US, Bruce Houghton, Mark Mulligan, Brazil India, Brazil Mexico, US UK Sweden Netherlands, Asia Argentina Brazil Colombia Mexico


Streaming Music Forecast 2018 - 2106 [MIDiA]

Respected music and entertainment industry analysts MIDiA have just published its latest global music forecasts, with revenue and user numbers projected through 2026. __________________________ From MIDiA's Mark Mulligan from the Music Industry blog 2017 was the last year of strong streaming revenue growth. From 2018 onwards streaming growth will lessen each year, falling from 29% in 2018 to 7% in 2026. The slowdown in revenue growth reflects maturation of developed streaming markets ...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Japan, UK, Australia, France, China, Germany, India, US, Bruce Houghton, Mark Mulligan, Brazil India, Brazil Mexico, US UK Sweden Netherlands, Asia Argentina Brazil Colombia Mexico


The Real Story Behind Queer Eye's Emotional Smile Makeover

Queer Eye has captured our hearts with its touching makeovers that transform lives, spark thoughtful social commentary, and always make us ask, Who is chopping onions in here?! And the newest season, which premiered over the weekend, might be its most powerful yet — all thanks to the ladies of Jones Bar-B-Q.The episode highlights Mary and Deborah Jones, a dynamic sister duo that run a bustling barbecue spot in Kansas City. The stories of the two women, who have dedicated their lives to their fa...
Tags: Fashion, Music, France, Missouri, Kansas City, Mary, Jonathan, Van Ness, Deborah Jones, Jonathan Van Ness, Careswell, Holli Careswell


Digital music is worth more than physical in France for the first time ever

CDs are becoming a thing of the past as more and more each year digital music replaces the way we used to listen. France certainly aren’t strangers to music online, being the homeland of popular music streaming service Deezer. Their love for music streaming and downloads means that digital music is now worth more than their entire physical market of CDs, vinyls and all other music you get in a shop. The latest figures from the SNEP show that for the music industry, digital revenues now ...
Tags: Music, France, Digital, Industry, Streaming, Revenues, Market, Industry News, Digital Music, Physical, Cd's, Alexandre Lasch


Michael Jackson fan groups to sue accusers for 'sullying his memory'

Robson Wade and James Safechuck, who in HBO documentary accuse Jackson of child sex abuse, face legal action in FranceThree Michael Jackson fan groups are suing his alleged victims in France for “sullying his memory” by taking part in the Leaving Neverland documentary, the fans’ lawyer told Agence France-Presse on Friday.The Michael Jackson Community – which claims to be the “official fan club forum” – and the MJ Street and On The Line groups accuse Robson Wade and James Safechuck of “lynching” ...
Tags: Europe, Music, Hbo, France, World news, Culture, Jackson, Michael Jackson, Agence France Presse, James Safechuck, Leaving Neverland, Robson Wade, Michael Jackson Community


The One Thing You Never Noticed About Elizabeth Holmes' Look

Between not one, but two upcoming documentaries, the podcast The Dropout, and Jennifer Lawrence’s next movie, an adaptation of the bestselling book about her rise and fall, the entire world can't stop talking about Elizabeth Holmes.Many questions have been posed about the woman behind the once-famed, now-infamous biotech company Theranos — including why she always wears that turtleneck, why she really talks like that, and her dog Balto's well-being. But just as important to her image as the Ste...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Kardashian, France, New York City, Cher, Elizabeth Holmes, Holmes, Colton, Michael Christian, Orly, WWD, Larry Busacca Getty, Yonkers New York


Angry Nicki Minaj Fans Chant “Cardi B! Cardi B!” After Sold Out Concert in France is Canceled

These fans ain’t loyal.Due to production issues, Nicki Minaj had to cancel a sold-out concert in Bordeaux, France Saturday night (Mar. 9).The rapper said in an Instagram video that the venue didn’t have enough electricity in the building to support her stage setup and its theatrics.Nicki reportedly ran into the same issue last month at another European show, which she had to cancel as well, but she said she planned to make up both shows.Now you would think that her fans would react with compassi...
Tags: Celebs, France, Nicki Minaj, Hip Hop, Fans, Pop Culture, Jazz, Bordeaux, Cardi, Nicki, Bordeaux France, Well Damn, Cardi B Cardi, How Rude, Bardi Gang, Barbs


Hear Patti Smith’s New Work With The Soundwalk Collective, a Tribute to the Avant-Garde Poet Antonin Artaud

The Soundwalk Collective has made music art out of found sounds since 2004. They recorded 2012’s Medea while traversing the Black Sea and fishing for sounds using a scanner and high powered aerial antennas; 2014’s Last Beat used contact microphones on the architecture of a music club to collect vibrations instead of music; 2017’s Before Music There Is Blood collaged deep echoing recordings of classical music played in various halls. This time, in their upcoming The Peyote Dance, they hav...
Tags: Google, Music, College, Mexico, France, Russia, India, Paris, Ethiopia, Patti Smith, Smith, Black Sea, Ibiza, Eastern Europe, French Guiana, Nico


Midem Names Midemlab Music Startup Competition Jury, Submission Deadline Nears

International music industry convention Midem has unveiled its jury for this year’s Midemlab music startup competition. Sponsored by Deezer and Recochoku,Midemlab showcases the most promising international music-related startups offering fresh opportunities to the music sector. The competition provides finalists with valuable exposure to industry decision-makers and potential investors. Previous participants have raised millions of dollars in funding including Soundcloud, The Echo Nest (ac...
Tags: Apple, Europe, Music, UK, France, Pandora, Deezer, Atom Factory, Bruce Houghton, Warner Music Group, Jeff Liebenson, Germany Germany, Midem, BandPage, Alexander Holland, Colleen Theis


The World's Richest Woman Owes Her Wealth To Makeup — & It's Not Kylie

You may have heard a little something about Kylie Jenner's claim to the throne of youngest self-made billionaire, but there’s another cosmetics doyenne who takes Kylie’s astounding fortune and raises her 50 times that: L'Oréal heiress and chairwoman Françoise Bettencourt Meyers. The industry scion was named the richest woman in the world by Forbes yesterday, ahead of today’s release of its 2019 World’s Billionaires list.The granddaughter of L'Oréal founder Eugène Schueller, who's said to have i...
Tags: Fashion, Music, France, Walmart, World, Kylie Jenner, Forbes, Walton, Kylie, Oreal, L Oreal, Bettencourt, Stormi, Liliane Bettencourt, Bettencourt Meyers, Eugène Schueller


31 Looks We're Trying This March

Normally, we'd bet our favorite pair of mules that March weather will be all parts winter. But considering how absurdly warm (not that we're complaining) temperatures have been lately, we're hoping that Punxsutawney Phil was right in predicting an early spring.Will we miss our giant puffers and extra warm blanket scarves? Absolutely. But would we trade them in for shoes that don't cover our toes, and approximately three fewer layers than January and February tend to require? In a heartbeat. Tha...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, France, Paris, Phil, Little House, Gia Seo


What Does Rihanna’s Fashion Line Have To Do With Her Loud Album?

Last month, news broke that Queen Rihanna would be releasing something a little bigger than Fenty-branded sunglasses. The mogul is working with French luxury conglomerate LVMH to launch a house under her name. It would be the first time LVMH has debuted a new label since Christian Lacroix in 1987. No word on an official launch date, but thanks to Business of Fashion, we do know how the brand is referred to internally.“Now it appears that the venture — dubbed 'Project Loud France,' a nod to Rih...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Rihanna, France, Adidas, Kanye West, Morocco, Victoria Beckham, Lvmh, Fenty, Christian Lacroix, Demna Gvasalia, Rih Co, Mario Ortelli, Ortelli



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