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REWIND: The New Music Industry’s Week In Review

In this journey back through a wild week of music industry news, we revisit Sony's severing of ties with R. Kelly (but they're still making money off him) Cardi B's Shutdown Song, how streaming is shortening the music we listen to, and more! Sony Music Severs Ties With R. Kelly, But Continues To Profit From His Recordings Cardi B's Epic Trump Shutdown Rant Is Now A Song [LISTEN] Songs Are Getting Shorter and Streaming Is To Blame Bandcamp Opens Brick and Mortar Reco...
Tags: Music, David Bowie, Sony, Music Business, R Kelly, Owen Davie, Sony Music, Cardi, Mortar Record Store


50 moments from 1969 that shaped entertainment and pop culture

It was the last year of the ’60s, and the last year for Boris Karloff, Judy Garland and the Beatles, too. But it was also the first year for Led Zeppelin, Jennifer Aniston, “Easy Rider” and Jay-Z, too. John Lennon and Yoko Ono spent part of it in bed in public. The Doors’ Jim Morrison spent part of it in jail. Moviegoers spent time watching “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” while at home they watched a brand-new show called “The Brady Bunch” about a brand-new kind of blended family, the youn...
Tags: Facebook, Music, TV, New York, Hollywood, London, Beyonce, Matthew Mcconaughey, Jack Nicholson, Congress, Abc, California, Jay Z, La, Stanford, White House


LEGO Bowie contemplates post-Ziggy Stardust character ideas: Cobbler Bob? A Mad Deus? Viscount Jizzmark?

Yesterday, we paid tribute to the 42nd anniversary of David Bowie's iconic album Low by featuring The Brothers McLeod animation of comedian Adam Buxton's hysterical radio tribute to Bowie from 2013. We follow it up with another animation done from Buxton's radio show, this time with Chris Salt of Oblong Pictures using LEGO stop-motion to lovingly lampoon our favorite alien rock god. In the video, David pitches his wife, Angie Bowie, on new character ideas after deciding to "kill off Ziggy." A...
Tags: Post, News, David, Lego, David Bowie, Bob, Stop-motion, Bowie, Ziggy Stardust, Angie Bowie, Buxton, McLeod, Ziggy, Adam Buxton, LEGO Bowie, Cobbler Bob


Bluesfest Adds Four More Artists to the 30th Anniversary Celebration

With just over 90 days to go until the gates of Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm swing open for Bluesfest 2019, we are proud to announce the following artists will be joining the 30th Anniversary Celebration: TASH SULTANA SIX60 OCEAN ALLEY AMARU TRIBE With more artists yet to be announced… With tickets selling faster than any other Bluesfest in history, we are heading for a spectacular celebration and sell-out festival this April. Festival Director Peter Noble is getting excited about the 30th Anniversary...
Tags: Travel, London, Featured, News, Australia, California, US, Norah Jones, Kurt Vile, Culture, David Bowie, Sydney, New Zealand, Argentina, Bob Marley, Jack White


David Bowie’s Chilling 1999 Prediction About The Internet Has Come True

“I think we’re actually on the cusp of something exhilarating and terrifying.”
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John Malveaux: Angelique Kidjo & LA Phil Premiere Symphony No. 12 of Philip Glass

Angelique Kidjo and Philip Glass John Malveaux   of  www.MusicUNTOLD.com   writes: 1-13-2019 excited to attend LA Phil modern music concert to see long time friend, soprano Zanaida Robles, make her debut with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Dr. Robles also sings with LA Master Chorale. The concert opened with composer Gabriella Smith Tumblebird Contrails. The pleasantly capturing single movement composition was inspired while sitting in the sand at the edge of th...
Tags: La, Religion, Los Angeles, David Bowie, John Adams, Brian Eno, Philip Glass, Phil, LA Phil, Angelique Kidjo, Robles, Zanaida Robles, Kidjo, William J Zick, John Malveaux, Gabriella Smith


David Bowie Blows Minds With Augmented Reality

In this piece, David Deal explores how new tech innovation in the form of the app David Bowie Is has allowed the legendary performer to once again grace our homes in the form of augmented reality. _____________________________ Guest post by David Deal of Superhypeblog David Bowie visited my home on his birthday this week. He sang “Life on Mars” in my dining room. He performed a mime on my front porch. He showed me the handwritten lyrics to “Ashes to Ashes” while I was sitting ...
Tags: Music, Berlin, App, Bbc, Chicago, Guest Post, David Bowie, Vr, Ar, Gary Oldman, Music Business, Music Tech, Apps & Mobile, Bowie, Diamond Dogs, Thin White Duke


David Bowie's 11th studio album, "Low," is 42 today

Today marks the 42nd anniversary of the release of David Bowie's mid-70s masterpiece, Low, the first album of his so-called Berlin Trilogy (later joined by "Heroes" and Lodger). Working with the increasingly experimental Brian Eno, this album was a dramatic departure for Bowie and much has been made over the music, the strange (and strangely inspiring) milieu of the West Berlin recording studio up against the Berlin wall, Bowie's continuing battles with the coke monster, the highly experimental ...
Tags: Post, Music, UK, News, Berlin, David, David Bowie, Poland, Brian, Brian Eno, Low, Warsaw, Milton Keynes, Derek, Bowie, Tony Visconti


Melissa Manchester Looks Back at 1985 and Her Synthpop Experiments

None The 1980s weren't particularly kind to the singer/songwriters who'd emerged in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The recording studio became the producer's fiefdom and the acoustic music that had characterized the work of people like Joni Mitchell and Carole King became passé. Artists affected by these changes either attempted to move with the times or, like Laura Nyro, recorded far less frequently. Acoustic or semi-acoustic pop music was still around, but performers such as Suzanne Vega and...
Tags: Feature, Music, Interview, Pop, Atlantic, Manchester, David Bowie, Davis, Madonna, Carly Simon, Joni Mitchell, Duke, Marvin Gaye, Usc, Amos, Arif Mardin


U.S. Vinyl Album Sales Grew 15% In 2018, Led By The Beatles, Pink Floyd, David Bowie & Panic! At The Disco

Vinyl album sales continue to be a bright spot among an otherwise bleak album sales picture. 16.8 million vinyl albums were sold in 2018, according to Nielsen Music (up 14.6 percent) — marking the 13th consecutive year of growth for the format. 16.8 million is also a new yearly high for vinyl album sales since … More »
Tags: Music, News, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Panic! At The Disco, Nielsen Music


App of the week: David Bowie is…

David Bowie is… inside your phone. Or at least a VR take on a much-loved exhibition covering his entire career now is
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Philip Glass Finishes His David Bowie Trilogy, Debuting His Lodger Symphony

Sometimes I feel The need to move on So I pack a bag And move on Move on --David Bowie, “Move On” We might have been calling it the Lake Geneva Trilogy, given David Bowie’s recuperative sojourn in Switzerland after the emptiness he felt in L.A. The first album in the Berlin Trilogy, Low, was mostly recorded in France, and the last album of the trilogy, Lodger, in Montreaux in 1979. But they were almost all written in, around, and about Berlin, where Bowie found what he was looking for—a ...
Tags: Google, Music, London, College, France, Berlin, Los Angeles, David Bowie, Switzerland, John Adams, Times, Gary Oldman, Low, Los Angeles Times, Philip Glass, Bowie


Hidden Streams: Werner Herzog, Paul Schrader, and Other Streaming Gems

(Welcome to Hidden Streams , a column focused on the best older movies available to stream on your favorite services, including Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and more.) The death of FilmStruck might make it harder for cinephiles to dig those older hidden gems out of the overwhelming piles of streaming titles. From lesser-known classics to cult favorites, we’ve put together a handy guide to some of the best older films you can stream on the various platforms. In this edition of Hidden Streams, yo...
Tags: Amazon, England, Texas, Movies, Abc, California, Features, David Bowie, Giorgio Moroder, Quentin Tarantino, Seattle, Jay, Denver, Antoine, Alice, Bell


How Did A Quiet Belgian Director Become ‘The Most Important Auteur On The International Stage Circuit’? Three New York Times Critics Debate Ivo Van Hove

“In this edited conversation, Ben Brantley, co-chief theater critic for The Times, and the critics Elisabeth Vincentelli and Jason Zinoman aim to make sense of Mr. van Hove’s ascent, from Off Broadway to a Tony Award, David Bowie to All About Eve.” — The New York Times
Tags: Art, Theatre, David Bowie, Broadway, The Times, Ivo van Hove, Van Hove, Ben Brantley, Jason Zinoman, Elisabeth Vincentelli, 01.09.19, International Stage Circuit, New York Times Critics Debate


Thought for the day, Jan. 10, 2019

David Bowie during a press conference at the 36th Cannes Film Festival. (Photo by Ralph Gatti/AFP/Getty Images)  David Bowie, English singer-songwriter and actor “Let’s dance/Put on your red shoes and dance the blues/Let’s dance/To the song they’re playin’ on the radio/Let’s sway/While color lights up your face/Let’s sway/Sway through the crowd to an empty space/If you say run/I’ll run with you/And if you say hide/We’ll hide/Because my love for you/Would break my heart in two.” (from “Let’s ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, David Bowie, Local News, San Fernando Valley, Thought For The Day, Ralph Gatti


David Bowie's wife Iman honors him on his birthday: 'My memory loves you'

David Bowie is being remembered by wife Iman on social media in photos and quotes like "My memory loves you. It asks about you all the time."            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, David Bowie, Usa Today, Iman


Ziggy Stardust Would Approve of These 15 David Bowie-Inspired Manicures

Not only was David Bowie one of the greatest rock stars of all time, but he also delivered a bevy of beauty inspiration and knew how to make a makeup statement. His iconic Ziggy Stardust lightning bolt has become synonymous with his legacy, and is so cool that it's even made its way into nail art. In honor of his birthday month, countless Bowie fans are wearing his emblems on their nails, but we've selected the very best so you can get your creative juices flowing in time for your next salon app...
Tags: Beauty, David Bowie, Nails, Nail Art, Bowie, Beauty News, Beauty Trends, Manicure


The David Bowie Archive Partnered With Sony to Create an Augmented Reality App

David Bowie might make augmented reality a hero-at least for one day. To celebrate Bowie's birthday, a new AR mobile app for Apple and Android devices lets fans explore hundreds of items from the late singer's life. The app, a collaboration between the David Bowie Archive and Sony Music Entertainment, is called "David Bowie Is,"...
Tags: Apple, Advertising, David Bowie, Sony, Sony Music Entertainment, Emerging Tech, Bowie


The New David Bowie AR App Lets You Explore His Life in the Most Mind-Bending Way Yet

David Bowie might make augmented reality a hero-at least for one day. To celebrate Bowie's birthday, a new AR mobile app for Apple and Android devices lets fans explore hundreds of items from the late singer's life. The app, a collaboration between the David Bowie Archive and Sony Music Entertainment, is called "David Bowie Is,"...
Tags: Apple, Advertising, David Bowie, Sony Music Entertainment, Emerging Tech, Bowie


David Beckham Wears Teal Eye Makeup on the Cover of Love, and Somewhere Bowie Is Smiling

David Beckham isn't one to play it safe: the star and former professional footballer has experimented with mohawks, man buns, and now, eye makeup. Beckham is on the cover of Love's January 2019 issue, where he's shown wearing eyeliner and vibrant teal eye shadow. This is the bi-annual magazine's first "moving image" issue, and part of that involves a series of short art films starring Beckham and other famous faces like Uma Thurman, Kate Moss, Courtney Love, and more. In the captivating video, w...
Tags: Covers, Beauty, David Beckham, David Bowie, Beckham, Celebrity Beauty, Love Magazine, Uma Thurman Kate Moss Courtney Love


The “David Bowie Is” Exhibition Is Now Available as an Augmented Reality Mobile App That’s Narrated by Gary Oldman: For David Bowie’s Birthday Today

Maybe it’s too soon to divide pop music history into “Before David Bowie” and “After David Bowie,” but two years after Bowie’s death, it’s impossible to imagine pop music history without him. Yet, if there ever did come a time when future generations did not know who David Bowie is, they could do far worse than hear Gary Oldman tell the story. Luckily for them, and us, Oldman narrates the new David Bowie augmented reality app, which launches today on what would have been the legend’s 72n...
Tags: Google, Fashion, Music, Technology, Film, College, Dave, David Bowie, South London, Rolling Stone, Gary Oldman, Brixton, Bowie, Gary, Facebook Twitter, Julian Schnabel


Happy Birthday Bowie

Image borrowed from  https://mymodernmet.com/david-bowie-ukiyo-e-woodblock-prints/  Click here for previous VAOJ coverage of David Bowie. [Author: [email protected] (visual gonthros)]
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Greatest Hits Radio launches with new line-up

Greatest Hits Radio has launched on FM, AM and DAB in a number of regions across England, with Mark Goodier joining the network for a daily programme. The former BBC Radio 1 and Smooth Radio presenter will present the mid-morning show, and joins a team of presenters already established on the network. Here’s how the schedule looks each weekday in England: 6am -10am – Rossie aka Simon Ross 10am – 1pm – Mark Goodier 1pm – 4pm – Andy Crane 4pm – 7pm – Drivetime with Darren Proctor; Rachel New...
Tags: England, Top, Scotland, Industry, Radio, Liverpool, Ofcom, David Bowie, West Midlands, Metro, Alerts, Bowie, Clyde, Rachel, Bauer, BBC Radio


PANTERA's "5 Minutes Alone" & DAVID BOWIE's "Fame" Mashed Up Kinda Rules

Named "5 Minutes Of Fame," of course. The post PANTERA's "5 Minutes Alone" & DAVID BOWIE's "Fame" Mashed Up Kinda Rules appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, David Bowie, Pantera


2018: Good Riddance

What a year. How naive were we to think that 2016 was bad just because Prince and David Bowie died, Mitch McConnell was mean to President Obama, and Hillary Clinton lost the election to a game show host who made an entire career out of lying and cheating? And then 2017 seemed bad too. But … Continue reading 2018: Good Riddance → Read more at Glorious Noise...
Tags: Obama, Shorties, Features, Hillary Clinton, David Bowie, Mitch McConnell, Playlists, GLONO, GLONO Update


Watch Lady Gaga Cover David Bowie At Vegas Residency Kickoff

Yesterday was the first night of Lady Gaga's career-spanning Enigma residency at the Park MGM Theater in Las Vegas, but that wasn't the only first. To kick things off, as Pitchfork reports, Gaga performed a solo piano version of "Shallow," her breakout duet with Bradley Cooper from the A Star Is … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Bradley Cooper, David Bowie, Lady Gaga, Las Vegas, Pitchfork, Park MGM Theater


The 10 Best Music Boxed Sets of 2018

“Out with the old, in with the new” is a great motto for a new year… and one that those of us who love archival music releases try to pay as little attention to as possible. If you have some gift cards burning a hole in your wallet, now is a good time to circle […]
Tags: Reviews, News, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Elvis Presley, Liz Phair, The Kinks, Bobbie Gentry, Album Reviews, Tom Petty, Best of 2018


Where Did the Monk’s Haircut Come From? A New Vox Video Explains the Rich and Contentious History of the Tonsure

One might assume from a modern viewpoint that the hairstyles worn by monks arose to deal with male pattern baldness anxiety. As in the school uniform approach, you can’t single out one person’s baldness when everyone is bald. But this, again, would be a modern view, full of the vanity the tonsured—those with religiously shaven heads—ostensibly vowed to renounce. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, the tonsure (from the Latin verb for “to shear”) began as a “badge of slavery” among Gr...
Tags: Google, College, Religion, History, Rome, Britain, Ireland, David Bowie, Catholic Church, Vox, Baltimore, Mccarthy, Facebook Twitter, Pauline, Trinity College Dublin, Josh Jones


David Bowie and Bing Crosby’s “Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy” Gets Psychedelically Covered by The Flaming Lips

By now, you've hopefully seen David Bowie and Bing Crosby's unlikely encounter in 1977, where they sang a hastily prepared medley of "Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy." It's a curious Christmas classic, and now the subject of a tribute by The Flaming Lips. Above, watch their psychedelic take on the mashup. And if you need to revisit the original, just head here. Follow Open Culture on Facebook and   Twitter and  share intelligent media with your friends. Or better yet, sign up f...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Music, New York, College, David Bowie, David Byrne, Facebook Twitter, Bing Crosby, Pogues, Colonial Massachusetts


Lin-Manuel Miranda & Emily Blunt Take You Through 22 Classic Musicals in 12 Minutes

Watching James Corden, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Emily Blunt donning bad wigs to mug their way through a 12-minute salute to 22 movie musical “classics” is a bit reminiscent of watching the three most popular counselors ham it up during an overlong summer camp skit. Their one-take performance was part of Role Call, a regular feature of the Late Late Show with James Corden. Usually, this fan favorite is an excuse for Corden and a megastar guest—Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, Samuel L. Jackson—to...
Tags: Google, Music, Comedy, Film, College, White House, New York City, Theatre, George Orwell, David Bowie, Broadway, Marilyn Monroe, John, James Corden, Emily Blunt, Dick Van Dyke