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zo Qobuz | Grateful Dead, the San Francisco Soundza Qobuz | The Carters are untouchablevr Qobuz | The Innocence Mission, another sunrise
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ma Qobuz | Lera Lynn, a moment of sharingzo Qobuz | Cardi B, a new queen from the Bronxza Qobuz | Mourn...beware of Catalan teenagers !
After more than thirty years, Erasure is still filling up the Apollo Hammersmith, in London.
In 2010, Arcade Fire surprised everyone with The Suburbs. This third studio album was released in a Deluxe edition with two previously unreleased tracks: Culture War and Speaking In Tongues.
Yes, the grandfathers of Rock N Roll are still cool and determined to maintain their reputation. An enormous discography doesn’t stop the Stones from delighting their fans with some of their legendary live performances.
50 years ago, the psychedelic movement emerged, hairs started growing at will, organic food was topical and fashion trends in the United States were in no way controlled by Chanel or the others. Right in the midst of this movement, there was Grateful Dead.
The ultimate luxury for the biggest stars is to be able to randomly release an album without warning. Although much anticipated ever since their first collaboration in 2002, Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s common album surprised everyone on June 16th, 2018 at the same time as Nas and Kanye West’s NASIR.
For their eleventh album, couple Karen and Don Peris are once again shining with the kind of folk pop filled with lyrical sounds that made their Innocence Mission so unique.