Do you have music? In a recent survey, most ADDitude readers said they concentrate better when listening to music – so we asked for specific song suggestions. Below are 13 productivity playlists by and for ADHD brains. Next time you need to strap in and get things done, search hereRead More →

Laura YoungECB Publishing, Inc. In May, Kindergarten to Grade 5 students at Jefferson Somerset completed an interdisciplinary final music/art project featuring apricot trees and flamingos. It was a fun way to celebrate spring and get ready for summer.Jacquelyn Dupuis, an elementary music teacher, taught students a number of May songs,Read More →

Aneri Vajani is currently busy filming for India’s most popular reality “Khatron Ke Khiladi season 12” in Cape Town. The actress shared interesting photos and videos with the other contestants on her social media account. Before heading to Cape Town, Aneri filmed for a music video with famous TV starRead More →

James Hinton is an excavator. For the past decade-plus he’s spent making music as Range, he’s scoured the unsupervised corners of YouTube, Instagram and Periscope in search of voices, most largely ignored by the algorithms of the platform and the general public. As of 2022, this strategy has become lessRead More →

In a way, streaming services like Spotify have made things so much easier for music lovers by giving us access to a virtually limitless catalog of music from around the world with just one subscription. But sometimes, your playlists on Spotify get a little too much to manage, causing youRead More →

Video game music really plays our emotions. Its impact and growing sophistication has inspired a growing number of academic studies (in a field sometimes labeled “ludomusicology”); in their 2006 essay The role of music in video games, Sean M Zehnder and Scott D Lipscomb noted the multifunctionality of game soundtracks;Read More →

Popular rapper, lyricist and actor with legions of fams, Sidhu Moosewala was shot Sunday night near Jawaharke village of Mansa district. A look back at his journey, his career and the controversies that surrounded him. Early years, family backgroundShubhdeep Singh Sidhu, known as Sidhu Moosewala, was from a farming familyRead More →

In the Crowd at Oblivion Access (Photo by David Brendan Hall) In 2015, the first Austin Music Census highlighted the flaws in the local music economy still referenced in current policy-making – including that 75% of musicians fell below Austin’s average annual salary, with a third of musicians earning lessRead More →

Each month, Billboard Latin editors will feature a small group of new or relatively unknown artists whose music we love. Think “diamonds in the rough” or “diamonds in the rough”. They’re up-and-comers who haven’t yet had an impact on mainstream audiences – but whose music we’re passionate about and thinkRead More →

Originally from Tasmania and now living in Sydney, Emma Howard has been writing music for the better part of the past ten years. After a year of traveling abroad (pre-pandemic) where she attended many music festivals, Emma decided to create her own character and started releasing her own originals. FocusedRead More →

Despite the availability of more generous data plans and Wi-Fi cell towers, there will always be times when you find yourself in a blind spot on the internet. Maybe you’ve been hiking in the countryside or live in Montana? Whatever the reason, if you want to use Apple Music offline,Read More →

A videographer and a musician, both from Vancouver Island, bare it all in a new documentary about overcoming addiction and trauma. Nathan Reimer’s 50-minute documentary, titled Inside Out: The Carl Longstaff Storywill premiere at Vancouver Island University’s Malaspina Theater on Saturday, May 28 as a two-film feature. The doc detailsRead More →

EDM’s popularity has exploded over the past decade, especially among the younger adult generation. The genre has produced some of the biggest sensations in the pop music industry, consistently serving up thrilling singles and albums with captivating beats and vocals. The popular channels only seem to have more viewership. ButRead More →

Singer Harry Styles recalled his two headlining performances at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival during a ‘Today Show’ interview on Thursday, even though things didn’t go to plan in the desert . In April, the Grammy Award-winning singer performed at the Empire Polo Club in front of thousandsRead More →

Pitchfork’s latest video features Belgian musician Stromae, who provides insight and behind-the-scenes details as he breaks down some of his most popular music videos. Stromae’s videos, which are usually made in collaboration with his brother, art director Luc Van Haver, often eschew straightforward simplicity in favor of elaborate layered concepts.Read More →

Confession: I’ve stopped automatic downloads on Apple Podcasts because I’m reckless with my data and have absolutely let podcast downloads eat up my phone on more than one occasion. I love having episodes back from Things you missed in history class for the metro as much as the next guy,Read More →

“Now we’re old with creaky bones,” Stuart Murdoch, frontman of Scottish band Belle and Sebastian, sings on “Young and Stupid,” the upbeat opener from his new album, “A Bit of Previous.” . The lyrics sound less like a resigned lament and more like a jubilant mission statement – ​​a declarationRead More →

Francisco Cornejo and Daniela Vega are the husband-wife co-founding team of an app called Storybook. The two are the developers of the app that helps parents use stories, music and massages to help their children sleep better. The couple now live in Boca Raton. Al Diaz [email protected] READ MORE MiamiRead More →

He’s back: Atlas Franklin Alexander has been making music in Newcastle for six months after being away for 15 years. Photo: Jacqueline Clarke Mitchell Atlas Franklin Alexander’s music has been touched by many corners of the Earth. From the sun-drenched Valencian countryside to the forested communes of the Greek islandRead More →

Acclaimed Los Angeles Rockers Dawes share their epic new single, “Someone Else’s Café / Doomscroller Tries to Relax”, available now via Rounder Records on all DSPs and streaming services. An official music video is also available today via YouTube. “Someone Else’s Café/Doomscroller Tries to Relax” marks the opening track ofRead More →

Art lovers flocked to Jewel Aedia, Lekki, Lagos to witness the display of creative energy through music, arts, fashion and dance. The event which was tagged, ‘Desperados’ Collectives Playground’, also featured multidisciplinary artist, Mayowa Alabi, aka Shuta Bug’s work for the 2022 Desperados Design Collectives. Hosted by Kemismallz and ilowitdflo,Read More →

Blockchain technology has often been compared to the internet for its disruptive potential. Although blockchain was originally used for financial transactions, it quickly spread to almost every other industry, including the media and entertainment industries. DENVER, CO – FEBRUARY 18: Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin speaks at ETHDenver on February 18Read More →

Pandemic-era art has given us a shortcut for collective experience – sourdough entrees, whipped coffee, platoons, loneliness, confinement, boredom. Over time, embraced by enough of those who are bored and lonely, repetition strips away emotional texture until those signifiers feel flat and impersonal. Canadian indie stalwarts Julie Doiron and DanyRead More →

Roku has announced the global release of the Apple Music app on the Roku platform. What does it mean? Roku owners will now have access to over 90 million songs, exclusive programming, curated playlists, music videos, and more. Apple Music was first unveiled in 2015. The service offered access toRead More →

THEY say revenge is best served cold, but some celebs have found some pretty “creative” ways to get back at their ex when things go wrong. Just this week, Harry Styles’ girlfriend Olivia Wilde reportedly felt “humiliated” after being cruelly served with custody papers on stage. ten Olivia reportedly feltRead More →

Up-and-coming musicians have a new avenue to make themselves better known in the local music scene, and that is through the New Orleans Public Library. The library is seeking submissions for Crescent City Sounds, a new online streaming service that showcases and shares local music. It will focus on lesserRead More →

International Dance Day is commemorated on April 29 each year, marking the birthday of Jean-Georges Noverre, the creator of modern ballet. International Dance Day 2022 falls on Friday. International Dance Day was created by the Dance Committee of the International Theater Institute (ITI), which is UNESCO’s principal performing arts partner.Read More →

“It happened pretty organically,” said McGraw, who was taking a break from tour preparations when he called for this interview. “I was on the couch one day watching TV, and one afternoon my phone rang and it was a number I didn’t recognize. Usually I don’t answer those calls. YouRead More →