We hope that during the performances the audience is on the same wavelength with us. Interview with OK Go Group
American band OK Go will present their new studio album “Hungry Ghosts” in Russia. The team will present it in Moscow (February 6) and St. Petersburg (February 7).
Based in Los Angeles, but still considering themselves to be a Chicago band, OK Go started in the 1990s with sets opening for Sloan and Elliott Smith, eventually rising to perform at the 50th birthday of Barack Obama – in the titled company Jennifer Hudson and Herbie Hancock .
On the eve of OK Go’s visit to Russia, BritishWave.ru talked with band bass player Tim Nordwind, asking him about music, concerts, movies and what he knows about Russia. Continue reading
Inspired by the strange duet of Kesha and Iggy Pop, the editors of the German branch of Rolling Stone magazine wondered what other dubious musical collaborations were.
Having rummaged through the archives, they compiled a list including Willy Nelson in collaboration with Snoop Dogg, Kylie Minogue in a duet with the frog Kermit, Frank Sinatra with Bono, and others.
1. Willie Nelson & Snoop Dogg – “Superman”
Nelson and Snoop Dogg recorded together more than once: Nelson sang in the track “Superman” on Snoop’s 2011 album “Doggumentary”, a little later Snoop Dogg took revenge in “Roll Me And Smoke When I Die” singing with Nelson, Chris Kristofferson and Jamie Johnson . Yes, you read it right: Snoop Continue reading
Do you scornfully call popular music the word “pop”? Really, you should not be so categorical. Not everything is bad, which is called the word “pop.” Especially if it is combined with the prefix “brit”.
Britpop is a variety of alternative rock that originated in the UK. It is characterized by melody, a catchy chorus – in the spirit of the famous The Beatles, just in a new round of development. The history of this movement began in the late 80s, when the British thoroughly tired of the fake, artificial pop. Young musicians realized that modern songs lacked sincerity, real feelings and decided that they had to “return to the origins” of English rock and roll – that is, to the good old music of the hip 60s. Listeners liked this idea. A real sensation was the emergence of groups such as Happy Mondays or The Stone Roses from Manchester, who played high-quality Continue reading