Pulp. Out of time, out of convention
What was the difference between the first Pulp recital after a long break and their festival performances? Of the entire setlist of the Brixton concert, which included eighteen songs, only…

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Do not complicate the relationship with the audience. Interview with the NAIV group
This year, the Russian group NAIV celebrates the 15th anniversary of its fifth studio album, Wholesale and Retail. The team will celebrate this event with concerts in St. Petersburg and…

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Kostya Chalykh: “It's great when you have ideas that you want to realize, and the craft is in your hands”
The frontman of the group My Rockets Up, the ex-guitarist of the group 7 Race, and today, the SunSay guitarist, Kostya Chalykh has fallen in love with the public for…

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21 strangest concert venues

What makes a concert special? Is it just the quality sound of the band you came to see? Or, at least in part, the relevance of the environment?

This list shows that she has not the last role: since live performances have appeared, any place can be “appropriate”.

There is no too high elevation, not enough deep coal mine or too small oil derricks or ice floes. If the place is somewhere near planet Earth, then you can bet that some idiot has already organized a live performance and is playing some kind of tunes there. Continue reading

Everyone is able to achieve everything he wants. Interview with Nneka

In early March of this year, German Nigerian singer Nneca released her fifth studio album, entitled “My Fairy Tales”.

On this occasion, the German edition of Der Tagesspiegel asked the singer about her new album, about the life of an ordinary African in the diaspora and about political problems in Nigeria.

“My new album is called“ My Fairy Tales. ”In it I talk about duality, love and its two sides, about its polarity. I talk about the life of an ordinary African in the Diaspora from my point of view, about the obstacles that Africans face us. About all those who lived at home in Africa, and then moved to Europe. In general, we are talking about immigration and everything related to it. I also talk about political Continue reading

When things break. Interview with Death Cab For Cutie

The American indie rock band Death Cab For Cutie has so far been inextricably linked to Christopher Wall. “Kintsugi” is the first album where Walla is not a producer or co-author of songs.

Benjamin Gibbard told Carlotta Aizela why this was supposed to happen and why, despite the fact that he sings mostly sad songs, Ben is the happiest person on Earth.

Benjamin, I’m sorry, but without a preface: Death Cab For Cutie without Chris Wall? Seriously?
The album is the beginning of a new chapter in the life of the group, which is clear as God’s day. This is our first record with a new producer, with a man from the side. The first 7 albums we wrote with Chris. Continue reading

What is brit pop?
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Hello my little Mercury ...
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I am a very happy person. Interview with Noel Gallagher
Actually, we wanted to write about the “asshole from the working class,” but the quote above is more shocking. After the meeting of Daniel Koch with the musician, the realization…

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Endless Story: Interview with Blur
In recent years, everyone has already managed to say goodbye to Blur: quietly say "bye" or roaring "Parklife!" And what did the members of the group do when everyone was…

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