Tag: bossa nova

The Matinee ’18 September 25th – ROW Edition

The Matinee ’18 September 25th – ROW Edition

The Matinee ’18 September 25th – ROW Edition heads to New Zealand, Australia, Belgium, England, and Brazil for some spicy new music. There’s a wide selection of genres, so there’s something for everyone. Sit back and enjoy some rockers and some intimate, spine-tingling numbers. Afterwards, check out the North America edition over here. Annabel Lee – “Black Pudding” (Brussels, Belgium) […]

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Bedouine’s beautiful and wistful debut album (album review)

Bedouine’s beautiful and wistful debut album (album review)

The American Dream may be a fleeting ideal, as the income divide grows and the US’s borders are increasingly more difficult to cross. For people who immigrated before 2017, however, many have flourished and embraced America as their homeland, such as Azniv Korkejian. Her story is one made for novels and Netflix mini-series. Born in Aleppo, Syria to Armenian parents, […]

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Vintage Vinyl – Nick Ayoub

Vintage Vinyl – Nick Ayoub

Music is the ultimate melting pot. In 1927, a year after the subject of this post was born, Columbia released the first recorded version of a folk song old enough that its origins, although traced to Asia Minor, have been lost. It was performed by Tetos Demetriades, a Turkish singer who had emigrated to the United States, and his rendition of the song […]

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