Russian classical music has always had its own place in the history of classical music. But what makes it so different from the usual Western/Central Europe classical music?
The very thing we noticed the first time when Indonesian rock band Reality Club’s first single in two years was released is its intriguing title. It’s a play on two words: “telenovela,” which is a television genre popular in Latin America that’s close to a soap opera, and “novia,” the Spanish word for “lover.”
Seattle is known to be an underdog city in the United States—mostly known for its rain, tech companies, coffee, largely democratic voters, and legal weed. However, there are some other intricacies that makes the city unique.
Our team has rounded up to present you with our eighteenth weekly playlist, as usual from a wide variety of genres and eras. Enjoy.
Introducing Black Canvas, a Melbourne-based duo formed in 2014 by Louis Pyo and Syena Radityatama. With Louis’ background in metal and Syena’s past works with his solo blue project, together Black Canvas formed a solid guitar-based unit, with strong blues elements in their music.
It’s been two years since Lorde’s Melodrama and the magic hasn’t worn off.
Singer-songwriter Yesung, mainly known as one of the main vocalists of senior Korean boygroup Super Junior, has released a mini album on June 18th.