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#TBT: Blur, Montreal, Metropolis 1997!

Wow, 1997. Those were the days, my friend. No one was threatened by my precious, little Minolta SLR. That’s right SLR, not D-SLR – I scanned this photo! 211 more words


New Gorillaz album ‘should be ready fairly soon’

New Gorillaz album ‘should be ready fairly soon’

The return of Gorillaz is imminent, with the two-man project steadily working in the studio on their unnamed fifth studio album. 128 more words


Jazz Fest: Ala.Ni comes by timelessness naturally

Every once in a while, the Montreal International Jazz Festival falls in love. It happened last year, during British chanteuse Ala.Ni‘s ethereal performance at L’Astral. 986 more words


Syrian National Orchestra for Arabic Music

Last week the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians played at Carré in Amsterdam. The orchestra mostly exist out of members of the Syrian National Orchestra for Arabic Music. 131 more words

REVIEW | Wheel of Fortune! And other FUN turns of events -or- An Evening with Jamie Hewlett at the Suggestionsts Exhibition Reception at The Woodward Gallery NYC June 11, 2016

By Shan
Photos by Ady and Shan

My sister has a super power (actually two, but we will focus on this one). She has the incredible ability to roll with things, so much so that she miraculously, and very often, coaxes the Portal of Fun to open way more than it probably intends to (The Portal of Fun, something we discovered together when Sisters Dissonance came into existence, is a very real thing, and it’s there if you know where to look!). 1,286 more words


Brexit: The Great Wall of Contempt

This is a display of the sneering contempt shown by so-called ‘liberal’ or ‘open-minded people’ to everyone who voted for Brexit.

Those shown below misunderstand, fear and loathe ordinary people.  1,273 more words

EU Referendum

Damon Albarn tells Glastonbury revelers that ‘democracy has failed us’

Damon Albarn has spoken out about the EU referendum result at Glastonbury, saying ‘democracy has failed us’.

The Blur frontman and Gorillaz mastermind took to the Glastonbury stage earlier today with the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians, who brought some uplifting sounds from North Africa direct to Worthy Farm. 275 more words