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Meet Dave, The Post-Grime Future Of UK Rap

The first rap music I ever loved was British. In 1988, when I was about to turn nine, my family moved to London for a year. (My dad, a history professor, was on sabbatical, trying to write a book that he never ended up finishing.) The UK had Top Of The Pops, which turned pop … More »
Tags: Music, UK, London, Dave, Little Simz, Busta Rhymes, Status Ain't Hood, Conway, E-40, Mach Hommy, Xavier Wulf, Dj Muggs, Sada Baby, Fmb Dz, Aaron Cooks


Tonight, Noa Returns To The METAL INJECTION LIVECAST

So tune in, tonight starting at 7pm Eastern (4PM Pacific Time, 12am In London, 9am Wed in Sydney) and going... The post Tonight, Noa Returns To The METAL INJECTION LIVECAST appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, London, Sydney, Metal Injection Livecast


PledgeMusic Debacle Update [Iain Baker of Jesus Jones]

Iain Baker of Jesus Jones provides an update on his battle with troubled Pledge Music; a debacle which has grown into a full on financial crisis for both artists and fans, with no yet in sight. ___________________________ Guest post by Iain Baker from Music Technology Policy [We’re pleased to provide a platform for Iain Baker of Jesus Jones to update MTP readers on the slow motion train wreck called Pledge Music.  This has turned into a real financial crisis for artists and the...
Tags: Music, London, Guest Post, Pledge, MTP, Jesus Jones, Iain Baker


Pledge Music Debacle Update [Iain Baker of Jesus Jones]

Iain Baker of Jesus Jones provides an update on his battle with troubled Pledge Music; a debacle which has grown into a full on financial crisis for both artists and fans, with no yet in sight. ___________________________ Guest post by Iain Baker from Music Technology Policy [We’re pleased to provide a platform for Iain Baker of Jesus Jones to update MTP readers on the slow motion train wreck called Pledge Music.  This has turned into a real financial crisis for artists and the...
Tags: Music, London, Guest Post, Pledge, MTP, Jesus Jones, Iain Baker


Why These Under-The-Radar British Cities Should Be Your Next Vacation

Branded - Visit Britain: Bath And Bristol While London is certainly not lacking in things to do, no trip to the region is complete without a detour to Bath and Bristol, just an hour and a half outside the city by train. Tucked away in Britain’s West Country, the two sister cities are only 13 miles apart — but they’re linked by more than just geography. They complete each other. Bristol is a city of the future, with a thriving bar scene, a lively contemporary art community, and a mission t...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Britain, Bristol, West Country, Tucked away


The Unlikely Dress Shape We're Obsessed With Right Now

I'm a miniskirt girl through and through. I like cutoff jean shorts. I don't mind strapless tops, off the shoulder tops, or halters. And summer is prime time for all of it. But lately, I've been loving long-sleeved maxi dresses. The vintage-inspired silhouette that's new to me (but popularized by bohemian greats like Stevie Nicks) is — I would venture to say — more comfortable than any other summer threads and packs way more of a sartorial punch.There's a difference here, too, that this dress s...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Stevie Nicks, Asos, Southern California, Tory Burch, Brimfield, Ganni, Pairs Of Pastel SandalsEvery Amazon, ASOS DESIGN Pleated Trapeze Maxi Dress, People Tree, Eloquii Eloquii Printed Wrap Maxi Dress


Lady Gaga Is Bringing Pink Eyeshadow Back In A Big Way

When it comes to eyeshadow and eye makeup, celebrities are getting real comfortable with the unexpected. Over the past year alone, we've seen unlikely shades like yellow, green, blue, and even red pop up on red carpets with the nonchalance of just another been-there-done-that smokey eye. Now, it seems that pink is making a major comeback. One quick glance at Lady Gaga 's glam meets dreamy makeup look of petal-pink eyeshadow studded with dainty rhinestones is all the proof we need.As with any bo...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, London, Bbc, Kylie Jenner, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Collins, Elizabeth Holmes, Cardi, Hale, Boynton, Bobbi Brown, JO Baker, Lily Collins, Lucy Hale


Turn On with Buster + Punch Hardware

Buster + Punch Hardware gives kitchens and baths a lot more attitude with a new collection of solid metal handles and cabinet pulls. Buster + Punch, the London-based fashion and design brand, always thinks outside the box. With an edgy, rock ’n roll aesthetic and signature, diamond-cut knurling pattern, Buster + Punch Hardware offers handles, pulls, and accessories that are truly unique. While the options can be seen as uncompromisingly modern, Buster + Punch Hardware are available in finishes...
Tags: Books, Music, London, Kitchen and Bath, Kitchen Accessories, Buster & Punch, Bathroom Accessories, Knobs, Pulls, Bathroom Knobs, Bathroom Pulls, Buster Punch Hardware, Designer Knobs, Designer Pulls, Diamond-cut Knurling, Kitchen Knobs


Are Meghan & Harry Putting A Political Mastermind On Staff To Address Racist & Sexist Attacks On The Duchess?

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may have finally found the key to dealing with the sexist and racist trolls that have plagued them since beforethey first said “I do” last May. Her name is Sara Latham.Latham has been appointed to head communications for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, according to a press release from Kensington Palace. And this latest royal hire has got a long history in politics and dealing with high-level trolling.She previously served as a transitional official for then-presi...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, White House, Barack Obama, Cnn, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Kate Middleton, Buckingham Palace, Harry, William, Tessa Jowell, Duke, Sussex, Kensington Palace


Is London’s Proposed New Concert Hall Merely A Play For Bragging Rights?

The scheme is slated to cost nearly £300 million and is London’s volley in an intercontinental game of high culture one-upmanship, which in recent years has produced Herzog & de Meuron’s Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg and Jean Nouvel’s Philharmonie in Paris. This arms race for cultural dominion has, in London however, reached new levels of absurdity with the decision to build the new 2,000 seat concert hall less than 300 metres from an existing 2,000 seat concert hall. – dezeen
Tags: Art, Music, London, Paris, Hamburg, Elbphilharmonie, Jean Nouvel, Philharmonie, Herzog de Meuron, 03.13.19


Fauness – “Sixteen” Video

Late last year, London pop musician Fauness released her debut Toxic Femininity EP, which contains three brazen glitter-bomb songs, hooky and intense. Its highlight is "Sixteen," a song that's simultaneously about missing the feeling of being young and rejecting all the insecurities that come with the naïveté of youth. "I don't wanna be … More »
Tags: Video, Music, London, Fauness


New Video: MIKE “Rottweiler”

If you liked the choppy, lo-fi sound of Earl Sweatshirt’s latest album, then you need to get up on MIKE. Born in New Jersey and raised in London (and now living back in the Tri-State area), the 19-year-old rapper has quietly been carving out his own pocket in the New York underground rap scene alongside sLums and Standing on the Corner. Coincidentally, Earl has been something of mentor to MIKE over the last couple years, and if you listen to any of the dozen or so albums he’s released on Ban...
Tags: New York, London, Brooklyn, New Jersey, Jazz, New Music, Mike, Earl, Tri State, New Artist Alert, Corner Coincidentally Earl, Gil Scott, Medhane MIKE, Matter Research


12 Nude Nail Polishes That Have Reached Best-Seller Status

Shopping for nude nail polish can be a crapshoot. But the next time you're standing under the fluorescent lights of your local Target, rotating 10 different bottles through your hands to see which one is the closest to your skin tone, we have your answer. Ahead, we've compiled a list of the best-selling, your-nails-but-better polishes ever created, organized by brand.Whether you shop for affordability, stocking OPI, Essie, and a bunch of Sally Hansen's quick-dry bottles, or you're heavy into th...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, London, Buckingham Palace, Nails Inc, Sally Hansen, Elizabeth, Essie, Spencer, Chantal, Jacques, Ulta, OPI, Fenwick, Zoya


Stream Nilüfer Yanya’s Debut Album Miss Universe

We've already heard a few tracks from Nilüfer Yanya's debut LP, Miss Universe, including its closer, "Heavyweight Champion Of The Year," "In Your Head," and "Tears." Today, we get to hear the London-based songwriter's upcoming album in full via NPR's First Listen. Miss Universe is a chameleon and its … More »
Tags: Music, London, Npr, Album Stream, Nilüfer Yanya


Stream Nilüfer Yanya Miss Universe

We've already heard a few tracks from Nilüfer Yanya's debut LP, Miss Universe, including its closer, "Heavyweight Champion Of The Year," "In Your Head," and "Tears." Today, we get to hear the London-based songwriter's upcoming album in full via NPR's First Listen. Miss Universe is a chameleon and its … More »
Tags: Music, London, Npr, Album Stream, Nilüfer Yanya


Everything We Know About Netflix's New Madeleine McCann Documentary

It's one of – if not the – most famous unsolved missing person cases of the last 20 years, and now the story of Madeleine McCann's disappearance has been given the Netflix treatment.The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann drops on the streaming service tomorrow (Friday March 15) and is reported to contain "never-before-heard testimonies from those at the heart of the story".The ongoing, high-profile case of McCann, who went missing in May 2007 from her family's holiday villa in Praia da Luz, Port...
Tags: Fashion, Music, England, London, Netflix, Washington Dc, Portugal, Madeleine McCann, Guardian, Kate, Maddie, Brian Kennedy, Madeleine, McCann, Gerry, Patrick Kennedy


The Choirs With No Name (There Are Four Of Them)

Each of them — in London, Liverpool, Birmingham, and Brighton — really is called The Choir With No Name, and they’re all for people who have struggled with homelessness, addiction, and/or mental illness. Melanie Webb checks in with the London group as they prepare for a March 13 performance. – Bachtrack
Tags: Art, Music, London, Brighton, SJM, London Liverpool Birmingham, 03.11.19, Melanie Webb


10 of the best independent record shops in Paris

As a major music exhibition opens in Paris, a local DJ uncovers these treasure troves for collectors, offering new recordings, rare gems and, in some cases, live events too Paris has a vibrant secondhand record scene, with stores all over the city stocking rare vinyl of everything from Ghanaian Highlife to calypso, classic chansons françaises – Edith Piaf, Charles Trenet, Georges Brassens, Serge Gainsbourg – plus electronic music and techno. With a new exhibition, Music Migrations (palais-ported...
Tags: Travel, Music, London, Bars, Paris, City Breaks, Top 10s, Short breaks, Shopping trips, Europe Holidays, France Holidays, Paris Holidays, Pubs And Clubs, Gwen Jamois


Matches Is Selling A $440 Paper Shopping Bag & Here's What It Means

You spent $6 on a box of water last week at Soul Cycle because the shame of buying plastic after forgetting your Swell at home was too much to handle. Your new $1000+ mattress contains no wool because the barista who makes your Oatly lattes in the morning said that you’re not really vegan unless your bed is vegan, too. And you've already pre-ordered a $128 summer swimsuit from Reformation because of its ECONYL… before you found out that it still, in fact, sheds dangerous microfibers into the oc...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Instagram, John Galliano, Lvmh, Cooke, Margiela, MATCHESFASHION Shop, Stefan Cooke, Jake Burt


Matches Fashion Is Selling A $440 Paper Shopping Bag & Here's What It Means

You spent $6 on a box of water last week at Soul Cycle because the shame of buying plastic after forgetting your Swell at home was too much to handle. Your new $1000+ mattress contains no wool because the barista who makes your Oatly lattes in the morning said that you’re not really vegan unless your bed is vegan, too. And you've already pre-ordered a $128 summer swimsuit from Reformation because of its ECONYL… before you found out that it still, in fact, sheds dangerous microfibers into the oc...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Instagram, John Galliano, Lvmh, Cooke, Margiela, MATCHESFASHION Shop, Stefan Cooke, Jake Burt


Doves Prepping “Really Fucking Good” Reunion Album

Last year, we learned that Doves, the grand and cinematic '00s Brit-rock trio, are getting back together. The band started out by announcing exactly one reunion show, and it happens later this month at London's Royal Albert Hall. But this won't be a one-off reunion. And it won't be one of those reunions … More »
Tags: Music, London, News, Doves


All the way from London, Paulo Post Future blew our socks off

We were lucky enough to have Paulo Post Future come down from their hometown in London for a very special session with these alt rockers. It was a total treat having these lads come in to play for us and then play at the very first gig in collaboration with RouteNote Sessions afterwards. It was a raucous evening that perfectly finished an amazing day with the boys of Paulo Post Future. All 3 tracks are below so quit waiting around and treat yourself to some great music. ...
Tags: Music, London, Rock, Artists, Indie, Cornwall, Gig, Independent, Routenote, Sessions, RouteNote Music, Alt Rock, Live Session, RouteNote Artists, Routenote Sessions, Paulo Post Future


Watch My Panda Shall Fly play KORG volcas with bits of metal

“Play your KORG volcas with bits of metal instead of your fingers” isn’t one of the Oblique Strategies, but maybe it ought to be. Sometimes all you need for some musical inspiration is a different approach. So My Panda Shall Fly took a different angle for a session for music video series Homework. Since the volca series use conductive touch for input, a set of metal objects (like coins) will trigger the inputs. Result: some unstable sounds. I mean, maybe it’s just all part of an influencer...
Tags: Videos, Music, UK, London, Inspiration, Techniques, Artists, Stories, Live-performance, Touch, Music Tech, Korg, Volca Series, Volca, My Panda Shall Fly


I Ditched My Skin-Care Routine For Two Weeks — Here's What Happened

There is a school of thought that maintains that, if you use the same products for too long, your skin gets used to the ingredients and you don't reap the same benefits as you once did. This isn't something I want to believe when I’m shelling out money on a solid skin-care routine.Despite the fact that it's my job to rate, slate, and review the latest skin, hair, and makeup products, my routine for all three is streamlined and very consistent — especially when it comes to skin care. I take my m...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Kiehl, Hextall, Justine Hextall, Mirai Clinical, Herbivore Phoenix Regenerating Facial Oil


Shura: BKLYNLDN

Shura (aka Alexandra Lilah Denton) follows up her 2016 LP Nothing’s Real with “BKLYNLDN,” a warm but melancholy tune of yearning. A little more R&B-inflected than her previous offerings, the song is rich, slow-burning and a tad sultry. The British singer/songwriter/producer also announced two shows—in Brooklyn and London, of course—for later in the year.
Tags: Music, Design, London, Music Videos, Culture, Brooklyn, Listenup, New Music, Shura, Synthpop, BKLYNLDN, Alexandra Lilah Denton


A Week In New York City On A $100,000 Salary

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 consultant who makes $100,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on tea.Occupation: ConsultantIndustry: ConsultingAge: 24Location: New York, NYSalary: $100,000Paycheck Amount (2x/month): $1,850Monthly ExpensesRent: $1,354 (I have one ro...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Fashion, Music, UK, New York, London, Craigslist, Greece, California, NYC, New York City, Aer Lingus, Netflix, Ireland, Paris


No Space? No Problem: 19 Sleep Solutions For Impromptu Visitors

For those of us living in highly populated urban areas, we're all too familiar with the fact that the bigger and more bustling your city, the smaller your apartment. People flock to destinations like New York, Paris, and London with a willingness to make all kinds of sacrifices, including paying a lot more of their hard-earned dollars/euros/pounds for a lot less living space. If you have a tiny apartment or modest studio (join the club), finding the right small space furniture can be a challeng...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, London, Walmart, Netflix, Wayfair, Matt, New York Paris, Atlantic Furniture Murphy Bed Chest, South Shore South Shore, Robin Bruce, Epic Furnishings Sit Lounge


16 Chefs On The Women In Food Whose Cooking Inspires Them

There's no denying that we still have a ways to go when it comes to gender equality in the restaurant industry. But, when we hear about the female chefs who continue to set the food world aflame (pun intended), it makes us think about how far the pioneers have come, and all the talented cooks out there whose food we have yet to try.In the spirit of International Women's Day, we asked 15 chefs to recommend their favorite female-helmed restaurants. The women we spoke with include industry leaders...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, London, Colorado, Boston, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, Karen, Brooklyn, New Orleans, Manhattan, Tokyo, Nashville


“Stay Free: The Story of the Clash” Narrated by Public Enemy’s Chuck D: A New Spotify Podcast

FYI: Spotify, in partnership with the BBC, has launched “Stay Free: The Story of the Clash," an eight-part podcast on the iconic punk band, narrated by Public Enemy front man, Chuck D. It might seem like an unexpected pairing. And yet Spotify explains: "Like The Clash, Public Enemy openly challenged the status quo in a completely original way—this parallel and Chuck D’s personal experiences bring a surprising new dimension to the story of The Clash." Reviewing the production in The New Y...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Spotify, Chuck, Music, London, College, Bbc, Tokyo, Public Enemy, Def Jam, Facebook Twitter, West London, Chuck D, Mick Jones, Joe Strummer


Afrobeats star Fuse ODG: ‘I love myself now. Africa has done that for me'

When the south London-raised musician visited his home country, Ghana, he fell in love with it. Now, he is building schools and organising festivals there, and calling for others to return and rebuild a nationIt was in 2011 that Fuse ODG had an awakening. Frustrated with his experiences growing up in south London, he decided to take a trip to Ghana, the country of his birth. “I saw a whole new Africa that I had never seen on TV,” he says. “You’re just a human here, you don’t feel like a minority...
Tags: Music, London, Africa, World news, Culture, World Music, Ghana



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