Icelandic Björk is one of the most avant-garde popular artists of our time. Since 1993’s Debut she has been experimenting with unusual instrumentation and rich arrangements, picking her inspiration from both popular and classical music.
Questo articolo è disponibile in Italiano Australia is close. Australia has never been this far. The country led by Tony Abbott, known for its controversial immigration policy, has been singled out by an editorial appeared on the New York Times, Australia’s Brutal Treatment of Migrants.
Having people talking about little Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi’s tragic picture as a symbol of Europe’s failure to confront immigration, reminds me of when the image of Costa Concordia disaster became emblematic for Italy’s economic crisis.
Jigsaw puzzles make you more creative.
Four friends with a passion for The Libertines and The Strokes and a bunch of youthful memories – this could briefly describe Liverpool-based indie-rock band Circa Waves.
This album starts like a spoken-sung prayer. A cappella, in an ancient and enchanting language that leaves me wondering: what are they saying? It’s Yoruba, a language that travelled from Nigeria and Benin to Cuba on slave ships 300 years ago.