You hear all the time: how much do you listen? What do you listen to? What do you hear when you don’t think you’re listening? 30 more words
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Here is an early impression of the street karaoke I’ve been watching for several weeks in Hong Kong, an outstanding example of participatory music.
Mong Kok, which means “crowded corner” earns its name as one of the most densely populated areas in the world, with 350,000 people per square mile. 328 more words
Posted on behalf of Giacomo Landeschi.
On 1st and 2nd June 2017 the Department of Archaeology and Ancient History at Lund University hosted an international symposium titled ‘ 814 more words
Rockheim, The National Museum for Norwegian popular music: towards establishing listening as a reading practice for visitors in museums
Rockheim is the Norwegian national museum for popular music, which alone is already very singular: despite the growing trend towards celebrating and exhibiting popular music in museums, few are the countries which are given a national museum specifically to take care of and address the country’s popular music. 942 more words
We had a chance to catch the Blood of the Young and Tron Theatre presentation of Daphne Oram’s Wonderful World of Sound at Dundee Rep… 320 more words