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DOWNLOAD ALBUM : Allah Preme – From Russia With Love (Zip File)

Another newly dropped hot new jams by Allah Preme – From Russia With Love, This album was published on 2021-02-22 15:33:03, You can download the zip album using any of the download links below Name: Allah Preme – From Russia With Love Genre: Rap | Hip-Hop Year: 2021 Format: mp3 | 320 kbps Duration: 00:09:46 Size: 23 Mb props by Name: Allah Preme – From Russia With Love Genre: Rap | Hip-Hop Year: 2021 Format: mp3 | 320 kbps Duration: 00:09:46 Size: 23 Mb props by ...
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DOWNLOAD MP3: Russ – Slow Dancing in Slow Motion in Russia

Download another latest track by MP3: Russ – Slow Dancing in Slow Motion in Russia Russ Slow Dancing in Slow Motion in Russia MP3 Russ comes through with a song released 2013 titled “Slow Dancing in Slow Motion in Russia” and is right here for your fast download. Listen & Download Russ – Slow Dancing in Slow Motion in Russia Below: DOWNLOAD MP3 The post MP3: Russ – Slow Dancing in Slow Motion in Russia appeared first on 24Naijamusic. DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE The post DOWNLOAD MP3: Russ – Slo...
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Former Ballerina with Dementia Gracefully Comes Alive to Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake According to dance/movement therapist Erica Hornthal, “dance/movement therapy operates on the premise that our life experiences are held in the body, and that through the use of movement, memories and emotions can be recalled and re-experienced despite cognitive, psychological, or physical impairment.” The video above of former dancer Marta C. González shows in effect how music might activate those muscle memories, as a recording of Tchaikovsky...
Tags: Google, Music, College, Washington, Russia, Neuroscience, Dance, New York Times, Tokyo, Npr, Swan Lake, Cuba, Valencia Spain, Facebook Twitter, Tchaikovsky, Gonzalez

Spotify grows to 320 million monthly active users, sees success with registrations in India

Spotify now has 320 million monthly active users, the company said on September 29, thanks partly to good performance in India. “The [Monthly Active User] outperformance was buoyed by India, which benefited from successful marketing campaigns, as well as stronger than expected results from our July launches in Russia, CIS, and the Balkans, with Russia serving as the largest upside driver,” the company said in a press release. CIS refers to the Commonwealth of Independent States, which consists o...
Tags: Travel, Spotify, Music, News, Russia, India, EK, Azerbaijan, Daniel Ek, Balkans, Arpu, CIS, Paul Vogel, Earnings Oct-20, Tajikistan Armenia Kyrgyzstan Kazakhstan Belarus, TikTok Spotify

When Shostakovich Adapted Gogol’s “The Nose” Into an Opera: Watch Giant Noses Tap Dancing on the Stage

The first-time reader of a story called "The Nose" may expect any number of things: a character with a keen sense of smell; a murder evidenced by the titular organ, disembodied; a broader ironic point about the things right in front of our faces that we somehow never see. But given its conception in the imagination of Nikolai Gogol, "The Nose" is about a nose — a nose that, on its own, lives, breathes, walks, and dresses in finery. The nose does this, it seems, in order to rise in rank p...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Music, London, College, Russia, Berlin, Dance, United States, Literature, Opera, Royal Opera House, Seoul, Dmitri Shostakovich, St Petersburg, Peter

‘The Lost Pianos of Siberia,’ and the Lost Individuals Who Played Them

Sophy Roberts goes on a quest for a rare instrument, and discovers a vast, uncharted history along the way.
Tags: News, Russia, Classical Music, Siberia, Roberts, Pianos, Books and Literature, Sophy, The Lost Pianos of Siberia (Book, Sophy Roberts

"Thousands of videos quickly popped up using the audio, with people carrying, caring for and kissing loaves of bread. But they picked the wrong carbohydrate."

From "Mi pan, su su su: how a dancing llama and a nonsensical song captivated TikTok/Acoustic remix of Miel Pops Russian cereal jingle becomes a strange anthem for a stranger time" (The Guardian).By the way, I knew all about this days ago — from sitting around gazing at TikTok! If you don't understand what's so lovable about TikTok, that article might help. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Music, Law, Animals, Russia, Bread, Cereal, Ann Althouse, Things Are Not What They Seem, Tiktok, TikTok Acoustic

Mi pan, su su su: how a dancing llama and a nonsensical song captivated TikTok

Acoustic remix of Miel Pops Russian cereal jingle becomes a strange anthem for a stranger timeThere are only two types of people in this world. Those who are obsessed with a CGI llama dancing to an acoustic remix of a 2010 Russian cereal commercial jingle, and those over the age of 23. Continue reading...
Tags: Music, Russia, Social Media, Pop and rock, Tiktok

Spotify users are streaming again, but ad revenues still suffer due to COVID crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic’s continued impact on Spotify’s business was apparent in the results of the company’s Q2 2020 earnings today. On some fronts, Spotify had good news. As more users turned to streaming services to keep themselves entertained while social distancing, Spotify grew its active monthly users by 29% to reach 299 million in the quarter. Its paid subscriber growth also topped Wall St. expectations with 138 million paid users, versus estimates of 136.4 million. However, the pandemi...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Media, Podcasts, Russia, Advertising, Tech, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Streaming Service, Joe Rogan, Omnicom Media Group, Addison Rae, Kim Kardashian West Joe Rogan Michelle Obama, Warner Bros TikTok

Neu auf Netflix: Auf diese Serien & Filme kannst du dich im Juli freuen

Sommer hin oder her: Es gibt Tage, an denen hast du einfach keine Lust, rauszugehen. Und das ist auch überhaupt nicht schlimm. Denn wenn du mal einen kompletten Samstag auf dem Sofa verbracht hast, schätzt du die frische Luft und ein bisschen Bewegung am Sonntag sicher umso mehr. Abgesehen davon ist die Wetterlage aktuell ja eh ziemlich wechselhaft und da ist es nie verkehrt, einen Plan B für die Freizeitplanung zu haben – nur für den Fall, dass der BBQ-Abend buchstäblich ins Wasser fällt. Und d...
Tags: Hong Kong, Chuck, Fashion, Music, Japan, Hbo, New York, Salma Hayek, California, Mexico, Boston, Nazis, Iraq, Russia, Berlin, India

Why the Eurovision Song Contest still matters in 2020

What would be left of the Eurovision Song Contest once wrenched from the spectacle and ritual of its annual Grand Finale in May? Could it survive, stripped of glitz, pyrotechnics, and camp, its penchant for ever-expanding excess? Would the legions of fans worldwide, who love the contest, retain their passion and return in 2021? Such were the questions that were real and not rhetorical when the European Broadcasting Union, the largest global broadcasting network and sponsor of the contest, reluct...
Tags: Europe, Books, Music, UK, London, Featured, Sweden, Russia, Africa, Israel, European Union, Italy, Netherlands, Serbia, Azerbaijan, Verona

How Artists Bear Witness To Events Of Their Time

Conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler chose one way, conducting in Nazi Germany through World War II. Dmitry Shostakovich chose another in deep Soviet Russia. Joseph Horowitz contrasts the two in this podcast. – The American Interest
Tags: Art, Music, Germany, Russia, Joseph Horowitz, Wilhelm Furtwängler, 04.10.20, Dmitry Shostakovich

What is Mongolian throat slinging?

I was in college the first time I heard throat singing. A friend, who was then enrolled at the Berklee College of Music, had learned of a bitonal chanting technique from Mongolia and spent months trying to master it before attempting a demonstration one night over dinner. What resulted was a chorus of grunts sounding from a quickly reddening face. It was a far cry from the Youtube clip we pulled up after, which featured a throat singer belting guttural yet smooth, almost vibrational, harmonie...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Music, Japan, China, Germany, Russia, Netflix, Unesco, Canada, South Africa, Dartmouth, Siberia, Ussr, Singing, Drake

Zenek review – synth-pop and showbiz behind the iron curtain

There’s music, mullets and vodka aplenty in this not-quite-biopic of Polish pop star Zenon Martyniuk … but zero thrillsPolish director Jan Hryniak has made a shaky drama about a teenager from 1980s nowheresville who becomes a mega-successful pop star. Based on the real-life career of disco polo act Zenon Martyniuk, this feels like a remix of a dozen better, more heartfelt coming-of-age films. It is fundamentally unconvincing and bland, a missed opportunity to say something – anything – about lif...
Tags: Europe, Music, Film, Russia, World news, Culture, Pop and rock, Poland, Biopics, Ewan McGregor, Jeremy Deller, East Germany, George, Drama films, Zenek, Zenon Martyniuk

Denied Visas, Siberian State Symphony Cancels U.S. Tour

The 81-musician orchestra, based in the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk (a few hundred miles northeast of where the borders of Mongolia, China, Kazakhstan, and Russia meet), was to have made a two-week tour in February and March of regional cities in California, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, Virginia, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. U.S. Customs and Immigration Services gave no reason for the denial of the visas. – Orange County Register (California)
Tags: Art, Music, Russia, Krasnoyarsk, 02.13.20, Mongolia China Kazakhstan, Massachusetts U S Customs and Immigration Services

Welcome to Hell: the marvelous, mad musical instruments of Ewa Justka

Some people claim electronic music is the work of the devil. Inventor Ewa Justka creates things that could actually prove it. Ewa is a Glasgow, Scotland UK-based, Polish-born sound artist, musician, and inventor. She can bang her way through a raw techno set, she can blind you wish flashing lights driven by homemade circuits, or she can open a gateway to evil realms in unbridled noise – all of this at festivals like CTM, Unsound, Insomnia, and Sonic Acts. But she also builds fantastic instrum...
Tags: Facebook, Space, Music, UK, London, Electronics, Etsy, Russia, Tech, Punk, Noise, Moscow, Glasgow, Lithuania, British Embassy, Kits

Shorties (An Interview with Jenny Offill, A Profile of Courtney Barnett, and more)

The Millions interviewed author Jenny Offill. The Philadelphia Inquirer profiled singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett. Largehearted Boy's list of "best books of 2019" lists has collected 1,430 year-end lists so far. Largehearted Boy's list of essential and interesting year-end "best of 2019" music lists. January's best eBook deals. eBook on sale today for $1.99: A Friend of the Family by Lauren Grodstein World's Fair by E.L. Doctorow The New York Times examined the effect a Bar...
Tags: Music, London, Russia, Barack Obama, David, New York Times, David Bowie, Colm Tóibín, Rolling Stone, Courtney Barnett, Best Coast, Austin City Limits, Philadelphia Inquirer, Mitski, Garth Greenwell, Atomic Books Comics Preview

Behringer attempt to claim trademarks, including marks actively in use by KORG, Polivoks

Behringer appears to be staking out every historical synth brand it can. That’s leading to some historical synth names – and some names very much already in use by someone else. SYNTH ANATOMY gets the scoop on the trademark filings, which cover a significant variety of historical brand names. These range from the obscure to the classic KORG Mono/Poly instrument. Behringer Submitted Trademarks For Over 10 Synthesizers Including The MONOPOLY [] Coming from MUSIC TRIBE, the...
Tags: Music, Usa, Russia, Tech, Gear, Stories, Music Tech, Trademarks, Behringer, International Trademark Association, Mono Poly, Polivoks, Vladimir Kuzmin, Music Group, Elta Music, KORG Polivoks

Unique Linkin Park – In The End – Piano Cover

This has to be the most interesting cover I have ever seen of Linkin Park – In The End. Russia pianist Gamazda puts her own unique spin on a classic track. The post Unique Linkin Park – In The End – Piano Cover appeared first on RouteNote Blog.
Tags: Video, Music, Russia, Cover, Piano, Classic, Music News, Linkin Park, Artist / Label News, Gamazda, Unique Linkin Park

Nina Allan's Playlist for Her Novel "The Dollmaker"

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. NIna Allan's The Dollmaker is a fascinating, intricately constructed novel that defies genre. Booklist wrote of the book: "Exquisitely dark…the novel’s unusual structure and compe...
Tags: Music, Russia, David, Cornwall, Richard Thompson, Herald, Exeter, Serena, Harry Nilsson, Joan Baez, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Andrew, Mimi, Bach, Duke Ellington, Schubert

Fractal Bits is a drum synth with over 4 billion sounds, for iOS and Android []

Alexander Zolotov, genius creator of SunVox and other tools, strikes again. This time, you get a “fractal” drum synth capable of producing some four billion unique sounds. Each drum sound starts with an 8-character code, from which the synth generates the sound via “fractal algorithms.” It seems we may need to talk to him more about what the heck is going on here, but the results are gorgeous, metallic textures with richly varied possibilities. You just navigate with the sim...
Tags: Ios, Android, Apps, Music, Russia, Tech, Awesomeness, Music Tech, Alexander, Alexander Zolotov, Free-as-in-beer, Sunvox, Drum-synth, Donationware,

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Emissions-free cement, a women-only spacewalk, Soviet-era train stations, a very rare diamond and more from around the web Google Maps Adds Vocal Guidance for Visually Impaired Users Now available on Google Maps iOS and Android apps (one day after World Sight Day), a more detailed voice feature will now update and guide visually impaired people more effectively. To turn on the feature, access the settings …
Tags: Travel, Apps, Space, Music, Science, Design, News, Internet, Trains, Russia, Environment, Los Angeles, Tech, Nasa, Cities, Diamonds

Pop Is Still The #1 Music Genre Worldwide

A new report is out from the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry or (IFPI)  looking at how music is being enjoyed the world over, and which genre's are the most popular internationally. Perhaps unsurprisingly, pop reigns king, continuing to occupy the number one slot. _________________________ Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0 The IFPI has come out with its annual Music Listening 2019 report, a look at how recorded music is enjoyed around the world. The stud...
Tags: Music, France, China, Germany, Russia, India, United States, South Africa, Guest Post, Poland, Bobby Owsinski, IFPI

Tories subverting the music of protest | Brief letters

Forced to eat kasha | Catherine the Great | Derby County | Hands to dinner | The Who’s Baba O’RileyAs someone who was forced – and I do mean forced – to eat kasha as a child (Super bowl, G2, 3 October), I can confirm that both I and my brother have suffered a lifetime’s trauma because of it. Offered it for breakfast a few years ago in Minsk, he fled the room – and my son ran after him and took up smoking that day. I was trapped and forced to eat their portions. This is the first time I have been...
Tags: Food, Europe, Music, Politics, Television, Russia, Football, Conservatives, Life and style, UK News, World news, The Who, Culture, Television & radio, Derby, Derby County

John Witherspoon Confirms “The Boondocks” is Coming Back for Season 5!

The Boondocks fans rejoice … because the best cartoon series of all time is coming back! Or at least that’s what John Witherspoon is saying. It’s been almost five years since the fourth and final season of The Boondocks ended, but the voice of Granddad Robert Freeman says that the show is headed back to television for a fifth season. The 77-year-old actor revealed the news during a recent interview on comedian Joe Rogan’s podcast. He was explaining how he stays true to himself with every role th...
Tags: Videos, Television, Instagram, Russia, Pop Culture, Jazz, Donald Trump, Trump, Regina King, Joe Rogan, Robert Mueller, Aaron McGruder, Robert Freeman, The Boondocks, Charlamagne, John Witherspoon

A Buchla synth repair turned into an LSD trip, and made the evening news

It seems the legends are true – there really was LSD added to vintage synths. A Bay Area, California Buchla 100 reportedly triggered an acid trip decades later. The equipment in question is a Buchla Model 100, 1960s vintage – the modular that defined what now some people call the “West Coast synthesis” style. I learned on one of these, too, though don’t recall any particular hallucinations. The report comes from a local CBS television affiliate in San Francisco, KPIX, and their broadcast o...
Tags: Music, TV, Congress, Drugs, Russia, US, San-francisco, Tech, History, Gear, Stories, Cbs, University Of Chicago, West Coast, East Coast, Grateful Dead

Before The Kremlin Could Stop It, Rap Spread All Over Russia

It was the Web, and especially V Kontakte (Russia’s Facebook), that made it possible, and, as always in such cases, the old fogeys in charge didn’t catch on until it was too late to stop or co-opt it. So now the Kremlin is nervous. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Facebook, Music, Russia, Kremlin, Audience, 05.21.19, Kontakte Russia

Pedro Biker: Danish Evergreens

Taking a deep dive into saxophonist Sahib Shihab's discography a couple of weeks ago, I came across an odd name. During the period when Shihab lived in Denmark in the 1960s, he recorded two albums in Copenhagen backing a singer named Pedro Biker. Pedro Biker? At first, I thought the name might be a pseudonym for a famous American singer who was in Denmark on tour and wanted to sit in with expatriate jazz musicians. I also assumed the pseudonym was a brand of Danish pipe tobacco or coffee. But ...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, Ebay, Germany, Russia, Israel, America, Portugal, Jazz, Denmark, Hitler, Resistance, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Pedro, Dexter

There’s No One Way To Look Jewish

Why is May 2019 different from all other months? It’s Jewish American Heritage month for one, a period that feels especially important to mark given the rising insecurity coursing through Jewish American life. Because visibility is more important than ever before, Refinery29 brings you our celebration of Jewish American culture. L’chaim!There is no template for a Jewish woman. Again: There is no template. We don’t all have frizzy hair and big noses that will, according to the trope of the Jewis...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, New York, Instagram, Seagate, Russia, Israel, America, Spain, Syria, Uganda, Brooklyn, Judaism, Heritage, Morocco

Fake German Heiress Anna Delvey Sentenced To 4 To 12 Years In Prison

Anna Sorokin, who scammed her way into Manhattan high society by posing as a German heiress named Anna Delvey, was sentenced to four to 12 years in prison, Judge Diane Kiesel announced on Thursday.Last month, a jury found Sorokin guilty of four counts of theft of services, three counts of grand larceny, and one count of attempted grand larceny. She'll receive credit for time served and these are concurrent sentences for her eight convictions.Sorokin, the 28-year-old daughter of a former truck d...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Shonda Rhimes, Germany, Russia, United States, Morocco, Manhattan, Soho, Sorokin, Cyrus Vance Jr, Colorado School, Todd Spodek, Anna Sorokin, Anna Delvey, Diane Kiesel

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