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Fri Qobuz | The Innocence Mission, another sunriseThu Qobuz | Remember, remember : March 77...Wed Qobuz | Rory Block honours The Empress of the Blues
Tue Qobuz | Drake bite again with ScorpionMon Qobuz | Lera Lynn, a moment of sharingSun Qobuz | Cardi B, a new queen from the Bronx
Sat Qobuz | Mourn...beware of Catalan teenagers !Sat Qobuz | Buffalo Springfield, deep into the sixties
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.
When Paul Weller enters the studio in March 1977 with Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler, he is only 17! A few months later, the result of these sessions explodes in England’s mouth.
During the 1920s and 1930s, America went through one of its biggest musical revolutions. Blues music sung by the African-American population as they faced the most severe expression of racism.