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Loneliness Is the Cloak You Wear: Scott Walker, 1943-2019

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Tags: Feature, Music, Experimental, Rock, Pop, Scott Walker, Tribute, Avant-Garde


15 Essential Scott Walker Songs

Editor's note: This feature was original published on 28 November 2012. We are re-running it today to celebrate the groundbreaking music of Scott Walker who recently passed away.Most great artists have occasional disputes with their muses as they negotiate the realities of popular appeal. Few of these struggles equal those of longtime American expatriate Scott Walker, whose oeuvre is effectively a series of ultimatums, breakups, and passionate embraces with a stubborn inspiration that, over the ...
Tags: Feature, Music, UK, Experimental, Bbc, Rock, Pop, United States, Wisconsin, Scott Walker, Scott, Walker, Walker Brothers, Avant-Garde, The Walker Brothers, List this


An Artist Imagines If Popular Sodas Were Cartoon Character

Coca-Cola, Sprite, Fanta, we know our favorite sodas by their taste but what would they be like if they were a little more… human? Maybe we’d like to go grab a drink with them? Maybe they’d be so obnoxious, we couldn’t resist slapping them? Luckily, we don’t have to guess anymore. Korea-born Canadian artist who goes by nickname Sillvi has masterfully transformed some of the most popular sodas into... Source
Tags: Design, Coca-cola, Brands, Pop, Korea, Characters, Inspirations, Fanta, Sprite, Sillvi, Coca Cola Sprite Fanta








'Ashes to Ashes' Is the Second Half of Chris O’Leary’s Deep Dive into all Things Bowie

For those who have ever wondered if a blog can become a book, Chris O'Leary would respond with a hearty yes: his blog, Pushing Ahead of the Dame yielded two books. The current edition, Ashes to Ashes, begins in 1976, as David Bowie and Iggy Pop are planning to escape the dregs of life in Los Angeles and set up shop in Berlin. O'Leary adds a quick note to bring the reader up to date, had they missed his first volume, Rebel Rebel (Zero Books, 2015) covering Bowie's creative work from 1964 to 1976....
Tags: Music, New York, Review, Berlin, America, Los Angeles, Experimental, Book Review, Pop, Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Nile Rodgers, Electronic, Blackstar, Repeater, Simon




Louis Cole: Doing The Things (Short Song)

Instantly recognizable as a Louis Cole bop, the delightful “Doing The Things (Short Song)” has just been released—and is also a teaser for the upcoming Live Sesh and Xtra Songs EP, which is due out on 5 April. Melting together funk, pop and so much more, the track is off-kilter in the best possible way. The LA-based singer/songwriter/producer and multi-instrumentalist is also heading out on tour—from …
Tags: Music, Design, La, Music Videos, Pop, Culture, Listenup, Funk, New Music, XTRA, Louis Cole


CRUISR ‘Opening Up’

I’m liking the melodic-dancey track Opening Up by CRUISR. Think 1975 meets Two Door Cinema Club. The band tells Kings, “Opening Up is a song about our relationship with love. In our youth we usually embrace our first loves, unknowingly exposing ourselves to harm. As we grow wiser, many people try to control or avoid love, for the sake of self-preservation. By doing this, we end up missing out on so much joy, because we fear the pain that comes with it. Opening Up asks the listener to let go and...
Tags: Music, Pop, Track, Buzz Artists, The 1975, Two Door Cinema Club, Vagrant Records, Kahlil Gibran, CRUISR, CRUISR ALL over, CRUISR Opening Up


Iggy Pop Is Fine With Being the Godfather of Punk

In an interview, the influential proto-punk frontman discusses the Sex Pistols, Lester Bangs, drugs and “Punk,” his new documentary series on Epix.
Tags: Television, News, Pop, Iggy, Epix, Pop and Rock Music, Documentary Films and Programs


“The Little Things”: A Collection Of Brilliant Illustrations By Tomasz Majewski

Tomasz Majewski is an independent illustrator and graphic designer based in Warsaw, Poland. He has graduated from university with a Fine Arts M.A. degree. His favorite field of art is illustration: both digital and traditional. He also works for a publishing house, where he designs book covers and prepares them to print. More: Behance... Source
Tags: Design, Book, Pop, Covers, Culture, Illustrations, Inspirations, Warsaw Poland, Tomasz Majewski


Dido Remains Singular and Special on 'Still on My Mind'

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Tags: Music, Review, Pop, Music Review, Dido, Electropop, Downtempo


United States: PTAB Precedential Opinion Panel Clarifies Issue Joinder Under 35 U.S.C. § 315(c) - Oblon, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, L.L.P

In contrast, the POP noted that it does not generally expect fairness and prejudice concerns to be implicated by, for example, the mistake or omissions of a petitioner.
Tags: News, Pop, United States, Neustadt, Oblon McClelland Maier, PTAB Precedential Opinion Panel




CBS Takes Control of Pop TV Cabler, Buys Out Lionsgate’s 50% Stake

CBS has taken full ownership of the Pop TV cable channel after buying out the 50% stake held by Lionsgate. CBS said it aims to better integrate Pop with the rest of CBS Corp. Pop will continue to field “idiosyncratic, comedy-leaning original programming” and it may add reruns of vintage and contemporary CBS shows, according […]
Tags: News, Lionsgate, Pop, Cbs, Lionsgate CBS, CBS Corp Pop






Listen Up

Farewell to Keith Flint, a lost track from Röyksopp, a moving song by Amanda Palmer and more music this week Amanda Palmer: Voicemail For Jill Through her latest track and music video, the unflinching Amanda Palmer directly addresses the fact that abortion is oft-hidden and not easily discussed. She does so with a beautiful piano-driven piece and lyrics that begin with specificity and develop—through impassioned …
Tags: Music, Design, Music Videos, Rock, Pop, Indie, Amanda Palmer, Piano, Ambient, Listenup, Electronic, The Prodigy, Robyn, Rave, Keith Flint, Psychedelic






Sleepy Tom Adds Some Pop Gloss to His Dance Sound on "Amateurs" (premiere + interview)

What was the first thing you came up with when writing Amateurs, a melody, a beat, a sound? I was working on my laptop in my apartment (my studio was being used by a friend) and started with the drums, I think. Could have been the piano as well, as that's the part that really inspired the song. I had the verse progression for a while before I figured out how to change the chords in the chorus to give it a big lift. How easily did it all come together? The demo sat on my computer for a whi...
Tags: Music, Pop, Dance, Vancouver, Premiere, Lights, Electronic, Edm, Tom, Don, Sleepy Tom, Electropop






Wargirl Examines Manipulation and Bad Behavior With "Mess Around" (premiere)

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Paul Weller Dials Things Back As He Hits the Stage

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Amethysts Encourage Men to Open Up in Video for "How It Is" (premiere)

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Moment ‘Shut Up’

The Stockholm duo Moment which is made up of Rasmus and Joel release the indie pop track Shut Up. It’s the first song since leaving their music label and comes off their upcoming new album ‘New Beginnings’. The track which is about looking forward and not in the past has been getting blog love which everybody is calling it a energy filled pop tune. The band will release a playful video next week that has them hanging with horses.  Give it a stream! [email protected]
Tags: Video, Music, Pop, Stockholm, Moment, Buzz Artists, Joel, Rasmus, Moment duo, Moment Rasmus Joel, Moment shut up, Moment Stockholm


Mahalo, Mary Magdalene: An Interview with Chart-Topping Grammy Winner Yvonne Elliman

"She Still Has the Spark": A Tribute to Yvonne Elliman Yvonne Elliman is a muse with a multitude of powers. She's inspired poetry in songwriters, manifested the vision of film and stage directors, and blended her voice with rock legends and soul powerhouses alike. In this exclusive PopMatters tribute, two dozen composers, producers, vocalists, musicians, and industry magnates celebrate the uniqueness of Elliman's talent and how she's impacted their own lives and careers. Sir Tim Rice — Yv...
Tags: Feature, Music, Disco, Interview, Pop, Chicago, Hawaii, Broadway, Shep Gordon, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Eric Clapton, Jesus Christ, Rice, Steve Cropper, Saturday Night Fever, Jesus Christ Superstar