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The Weeknd - "In Your Eyes (ft Kenny G) (Time100 Live Performance)" [Pop]

11 hours ago
Totally Fuzzy"In Your Eyes (ft Kenny G) (Time100 Live Performance)" music video by The WeekndAdded: 26-09-2020Genre : PopDescription : The Weeknd - In Your Eyes ft Kenny G (Time100 Live Performance)Performing “In Your Eyes” with special guest Kenny G for the first-ever TIME100 primetime TV event, which revealed TIME’s annual list of the world’s most influential people on September 22, 2020.-"In Your Eyes" is a song by Canadian singer The Weeknd from his fourth studio album After Hours (2020). The song was serviced to contemporary hit radio on March 24, 2020 by XO and Republic Records as the album's third single. It was originally released four days before, alongside the rest of its parent album. The Weeknd wrote and produced the song with Max Martin and Oscar Holter, with Canadian rapper Belly receiving additional writing credits as well.Tags : 2020, 20s, The Weeknd more info

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Kate Bush - "The Red Shoes" [Rock & Alternative]

11 hours ago
Totally Fuzzy"The Red Shoes" music video by Kate BushAdded: 26-09-2020Genre : Rock & AlternativeDescription : Kate Bush - The Red Shoes(HQ digital stereo remaster) This is one of only 2 videos that are not on Kate's official YouTube channel. There are a few not very good copies of this on YouTube, so naturally stereomusicvideo steps in to fill the gap with a proper quality copy. This version is 'standalone' without the dialogue at the start leading into the clip.-The Red Shoes is the seventh studio album by English musician Kate Bush. Released on 1 November 1993, it was accompanied by Bush's short film, The Line, the Cross and the Curve, and was her last album before a 12-year hiatus. The album peaked at number two on the UK Albums Chart and has been certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), denoting shipments in excess of 300,000 copies. In the United States, the album reached number 28 on the Billboard 200, her highest-peaking album on the chart to date.A short film, The Line, the Cross and the Curve, written and directed by Bush, and starring herself and English actress Miranda Richardson, was released the same year. It featured six songs from the album: "Rubberband Girl", "And So Is Love", "The Red Shoes", "Moments of Pleasure", "Eat the Music" and "Lily". The film was nominated for the Long Form Music Video at the 1996 Grammy Awards.Tags : 1994, 90s, Kate Bush more info

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Diana Jones: Song to a Refugee review – tender testimony to bruised lives

28 minutes ago
Guardian Music(Proper)Jones’s sorrowful vocals bear witness to the dreams and hardships of those crossing the US-Mexico borderBrought up in New York by adoptive parents, Diana Jones later traced her birth family to Tennessee and a musician grandfather, and her records have, appropriately, had a spare, back-country atmosphere and told tales of hard times and dislocation.This song cycle about the plight of refugees resonates with her previous work, although its genesis stems from a friendship with the actor and human rights activist Emma Thompson, who, Jones says, “called me out of writer’s block”. It’s a finely wrought piece of work, tender in its treatment of bruised lives, but unflinching in its gaze. Jones’s solemn, sorrowful vocals are sparingly accompanied by producer and instrumentalist David Mansfield, and her stories of refugee lives are deftly drawn. Continue reading... more info

My Thanks to Pacific Ridge Records

2 hours ago
Chorus.fmNow this is some serendipitous timing. My thanks to Pacific Ridge Records for sponsoring the website this week. They’re promoting their upcoming A Tribute to New Found Glory release and today happens to be the 20th anniversary of New Found Glory’s self-titled album. This week Everyone Dies in Utah have released a cover of New Found […] more info

Fleet Foxes: Shore; Sufjan Stevens: The Ascension review – postcards from the edge

2 hours ago
Guardian Music(Anti-/Asthmatic Kitty)Comeback albums from two pioneers of American indie rock chime with the times in very different waysUpheaval, transformation, succour: many of us are either actively witnessing – or desperately seeking – these conditions right now. All three states flourish on a pair of albums released last week that, in their distinct ways, grapple with the present moment.Sufjan Stevens and Fleet Foxes’ main man Robin Pecknold are the two big, sensitive beasts of the early 00s indie rock boom, and here they offer up works of thematic heft and considerable beauty that tackle their authors’ anxieties head-on. Shared roots in folk music and a love of layer-cake harmonies and hushed hymnals flows between them. Continue reading... more info

Melanie C: ‘The tabloids were cruel and heartless’

2 hours ago
Guardian MusicThe musician, 46, on the Spice Girls’ fiery combination, grappling with lockdown and the lows of being famousI had a lot of success with the Spice Girls, but in my 30s there were times when I believed my moment had passed; that I should just go out to pasture. Now in my mid-40s I’ve decided: sod that. I started my career telling women to go out and get what they want, and there I was thinking it was all over.Mum signed a record deal in the 1970s but it didn’t work out, so she played the pubs and the clubs through my childhood. I’d sit in the crowd, singing along. But knowing her story made me believe my own dream was unattainable. I’m just so pleased my aspiration to be the next Madonna persisted. Continue reading... more info

One to watch: Nathy Peluso

3 hours ago
Guardian MusicThe stylish Argentinian singer with a huge social media following embraces traditional Latin sounds, trap and R&BNathy Peluso has built up a huge social media following, thanks in part to the videos she posts of herself doing sexy-weird things such as twerking over a salad or salsa dancing while miming into a banana. Her 90s aesthetic is like all of the Spice Girls rolled into one, served with a side of irony. She even has a song about pizza.But she isn’t all style over substance. The 25-year-old, who was born in Argentina and grew up in Spain, is often compared to Spanish megastar Rosalía who blends R&B and flamenco influences. Peluso’s lie more with neo-soul and hip-hop, while her 2018 EP La Sandunguera had a distinct jazz flavour. This year the singles have been steady: in February she released the plucky statement of intent Business Woman, with its tense, Dr Dre-style beat, and in April, No Se Perdona, a feathery R&B tune with another internet-famous rapper, Rels B. Continue reading... more info

Danny Howard 2020-09-25 Mark Knight & Darius Syrossian Lockdown Link-Up

5 hours ago
Core News“Future club music with Danny Howard. Mark Knight and Darius Syrossian deliver an exclusive Lockdown Link-Up and Jamie Jones and Nicole Moudaber have this week’s Friday Fire.” Check out other Danny Howard shows here and subscribe to the feed to get good music in the future. Danny Howard 2020-09-25 Mark Knight & Darius Syrossian Lockdown […] more info

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