Music Posts Tagged as 'Club Scene'
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Avicii, Electronic Dance Music Producer and D.J., Is Dead at 28
Tim Bergling, the Swedish D.J. and electronic dance music producer who rose to fame under the stage name Avicii, was found dead on Friday in Muscat, the capital of Oman. He was 28.
His death was confirmed by a spokeswoman, Diana Baron, who did not specify a cause. He was in Oman, a popular vacation destination on the Arabian Peninsula, to visit friends, she said.
Do men accused of misconduct deserve to have their music in event playlists? These DJs weigh in.
After the rise of the #MeToo movement in October, when survivors of sexual abuse began speaking out about their experiences with new volume and frequency, several powerful men in various segments of the culture were outed for predatory behavior. And that’s led to a wider conversation about sexual harassment and misconduct; in the context of the entertainment and music industries, there’s the thorny question of whether it’s possible or defensible to separate an artist from the art.
In this social climate, DJs are thinking about the role they have to play in all of this.
“As DJs, we literally make a song hot or not,” said Fab Roc, a New York City-based DJ who has spun at corporate pop-up events and local hip-hop and R&B parties. “If we stop playing certain people’s music at events, it speaks volumes and it can also set the trend for people to care.”
In a dystopian ghetto the rules are greater but so are the consequences. 14-Mar-2018
Take My Breath Away
Male Belly Dancer
Wonk The Movie
WE Party FAKE
A celebration. 18-Jan-2018
Sateen is the glam pop band that shows two queer women exploring their truth
In case you didn’t know, Sateen is a band. The high glam, high femme duo hails from New York, which is where Queen Sateen and Exquisite craft dreamy dance tunes to get you out of your head and onto your feet. The band is now putting out a new EP, which takes their electric energy to a whole new level.
We definitely think the aesthetic side of our band is just as important as the music itself. Sateen arises out of the whole Brooklyn, indie rock scene of the late 2000s. We started doing drag as a reaction to the stale visual presentation of the bands that we were seeing at that time. They were wearing a lot of black, usually doing the jeans and a t-shirt kind of look.