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Thursday, August 13, 2020

Allow Us To Introduce You To Dom Dolla's Uptempo Groovy Sonics "Moving Blind" (Feat. Sonny Fodera)


Aussie dreamboat Dom Dolla has unleashed a musical whiplash with his latest smash single entitled "Moving Blind". Featuring fellow artist in crime, Sonny Fodera. Dom combines his magic producering powers manifesting sonics that inject a supercharged adrenaline dancing fit.

Both Fodera and Dolla share one another's birthing place. So naturally “Moving Blind” is full of groovy house pop upbeat elements. A complete razzle dazzle jazz affair.

Ready to take on any current club tracks setlist. An inescapable juggernaut bass lines and frequency waved-esque vocal stylings.

Without further ado. Get into thee Dom Dolla groove. With our latest hit parade tune. Thee snazzy energetic earworm “Moving Blind” featured right below!







Get Into Beck's Stellar Collaboration With NASA For His 2019 Remake Album "Hyperspace: A.I. Exploration"!




Get Into Beck's Stellar Collaboration With NASA For His 2019 Remake Album "Hyperspace: A.I. Exploration"!

"Beck joins Forces With NASA for Hyperspace: A.I. Exploration

"Beck might be one of the biggest alternative artists on this planet, but now he’s ready to conquer other worlds.

His latest release, Hyperspace: A.I. Exploration, released today (Aug. 12), sees him team up with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory for a twist on his 2019 effort Hyperspace. In the visual album, Beck’s music is paired with photos from NASA space missions to create a merging of music and art that’s powered by artificial intelligence.



All 11 songs on the record find themselves serving as soundtracks to different missions, with the song “Uneventful Days” being played over images from Apollo 12 and the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO).

“I think each song is kind of a different way that different people ‘hyperspace’ — we escape from the reality that we’re dealing with,” Beck said in a statement.

The visual album’s release comes as Beck announced a deluxe version of Hyperspace to drop on Dec. 4. That limited-edition vinyl contains two bonus tracks and fresh mixes of “Star,” “Hyperspace,” “See Through” and “Die Waiting.” The reissue is now available for preorder.

Check out the A.I. Exploration tracklist below and take a peek at the collaborative effort here.

“Hyperlife” | Landsat 8, International Space Station Uneventful Days | Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), Apollo 12
“Saw Lightning” | Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), Curiosity Rover, Viking 1 Orbiter
“Die Waiting” | Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)
“Chemical” | Cassini-Huygens
“Hyperspace” | Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS)
“Stratosphere” | Spitzer Space Telescope
“Dark Places” | Hubble Space Telescope (HST)
“Star” | Hubble Space Telescope (HST), Swift, Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope
“Everlasting Nothing” | Hubble Space Telescope (HST)" - Spin.com


How Costume Designers From Two Of Our Preferred Period Shows Of 2020 'Pose' & 'Hollywood' Re-created The Past!



How Costume Designers From Two Of Our Preferred Period Shows Of 2020 'Pose' & 'Hollywood' Re-created The Past!

"The Emmy-nominated designers behind 'Hollywood,' 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' and 'Mrs. America' also open up about how they gave each of the show's characters a unique look, from Hollywood's postwar golden age to the "crazy energy" to the gender-fluid ballroom dance scene of the 1990s.


'Pose'

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For the second-season debut episode, "Acting Up," costume designer Analucia McGorty immediately gravitated to Elektra (Dominique Jackson) in all-pink Marie Antoinette garb for a baroque French Revolutionary ballroom routine. "I wanted to challenge myself with that," says McGorty, conferring with Jackson, choreographer Twiggy Pucci Garcon and her tailors about how to make the scene a standout, "figuring out how to make this all function on camera over and over again."

Along with a conscious nod to Madonna, McGorty found ideas through research: She typically studies late-'80s and early-'90s fashion magazines as well as art, film and theater from the era, but in this case she cast her gaze a few centuries back as well. "I found this amazing sculpture from France around 1835," she remembers, depicting Marie Antoinette "gazing at the merry-go-round. But I just envisioned it as her being in the merry-go-round, being the star of the merry-go-round."

Collaboration with the hair and makeup teams was crucial. "I get them fabric samples of everything so that the makeup artist develops her design with her team to make that come to life, and the same with the hair department," she says.

Then the entire creation demands dance-ability so that "the actors are able to move in them and the choreographer is able to work with the choreography, making it look effortless and elegant," McGorty says. With Elektra's jacket, she had to ensure that "when the cord was pulled, it would go over her head so that it looked like her head got swallowed, that the guillotine would have been cutting her head off." The excess was worth the effort. she adds: "That was probably the most challenging and satisfying moment of my career."


'Hollywood'

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Just as costume designers Sarah Evelyn and Lou Eyrich were prepping the finale episode, "A Hollywood Ending," with sequences set at the 1948 Academy Awards, creator Ryan Murphy threw them an inspired — if eleventh-hour — curveball, veering away from the Netflix miniseries' established color palette of harvest tones. "[He said] 'What if we took that palette and turned it on its head a little bit for the Oscars to create this very dreamy, beautiful world?' " recalls Evelyn.

"The feeling was awash in these beautiful pastels, and it really did highlight a moment in time," adds Evelyn, noting they had five days to pull off the switch for a cast that included nearly 400 extras. "I would call it a 'pressure makes the diamond' moment."

With a tremendous assist from the show's costume researcher, also a fashion academic, to ID real-life looks and accurate colors from that year's Oscar red carpet, they were able to zero in on key points of inspiration, like '40s-era designer Charles James' iconic satin and tulle "butterfly dress" for Laura Harrier's nominated starlet Camille Washington. "We had a vintage dress from the '40s but added on the big back piece and the train in back," says Evelyn. "It was fabulous — and tons of fabric."

Other looks were more nerve-wracking: The team had already fallen for a stunning gown with a fur-trim shawl in the previous palette for Patti LuPone's Avis Amberg, capped by a vintage necklace from Joseph of Hollywood. "And Patti loved it," sighs Eyrich. Evelyn recalls: "Lou said, 'Let's put that creamy fur trim from the cape around the top of her dress on the neckline.' We did it and it lightened up the dress and brought her into that palette — and that dress became even more amazing." - HollywoodReporter.com





ItsNotYouItsMe "Come Thru Thursday Vocals" Features Uptempo Catchy-Happy Pop/Reggaeton Tune By Becky G! Plus, Saucy Explosive Collabo, CliQ Ft. Alika & Ms Banks!






ItsNotYouItsMe "Come Thru Thursday Vocals" Features Uptempo Catchy-Happy Pop/Reggaeton Tune By Becky G! Plus, Saucy Explosive Collabo, CliQ Ft. Alika & Ms Banks!


"Between her experimental pop sound and distinct MySpace-era aesthetic, St. Louis-based talent Slayyyter has quickly developed a cult following, with co-signs from the likes of Grimes, Charli XCX and Kim Petras. After teasing a 15-second clip of her latest single “Mine,” fans were quick to splice the bubbly chorus into a plethora of memes.

“Becky G's new music video "My Man" opens with a snippet of Jenni Rivera's classic love song "La Gran Señora," and features her boyfriend, Argentinean soccer star Sebastian Lletget. The Mexican American star, 23, pays tribute to the late Diva de la Banda with this shoutout to her music.

"I've been in quarantine with Sebastian and we had no other way to record the video," she tells People CHICA. So she got creative and recorded it at home, taking inspiration from TikTok challenges and other social media videos. "I'm so happy with how it came out," she says. "It's a cute memory we have together. Working together on this didn't feel like work because of the style of music video that it was — it was just us and us at home."

The singer has been honest with her fans, sharing that she's had a hard time emotionally during quarantine. "I've never shied away from being an open book when it comes to my platform," she says. "I know if it's hard for me it's for sure been hard on a lot of people. Mental health is something I don't shy away from speaking about. I've suffered from anxiety for many years now and I feel that these times are very triggering for individuals like myself. Sometimes when nothing is going on and it's just you at home, your thoughts can be your own worst enemy."

Becky G also opened up about her support for Black Lives Matter. "Racism is nothing new. It's been happening, the only thing that's changed is that there is a camera capturing these injustices that are taking place," she says. "What we are trying to encourage is this alliance between the Black and brown communities because we need that. We ourselves as a Latin community, we have experienced discrimination. I've been called 'you people,' my family has been called 'you people.' We have been told, 'Go back to where you came from.' Little do they know I was born here."

The artist has also been deeply affected by the murder of Mexican American soldier Vanessa Guillen at the Fort Hood military base in Texas. "It's so important in these times of injustice that we not only express our outrage and our anger and our disappointment in a system that has constantly failed so many women, people of color, the LGBT+ community ... but that we really channel this energy to make change."

Becky G's new music video "My Man" opens with a snippet of Jenni Rivera's classic love song "La Gran Señora," and features her boyfriend, Argentinean soccer star Sebastian Lletget. The Mexican American star, 23, pays tribute to the late Diva de la Banda with this shoutout to her music.

"I've been in quarantine with Sebastian and we had no other way to record the video," she tells People CHICA. So she got creative and recorded it at home, taking inspiration from TikTok challenges and other social media videos. "I'm so happy with how it came out," she says. "It's a cute memory we have together. Working together on this didn't feel like work because of the style of music video that it was — it was just us and us at home."

The singer has been honest with her fans, sharing that she's had a hard time emotionally during quarantine. "I've never shied away from being an open book when it comes to my platform," she says. "I know if it's hard for me it's for sure been hard on a lot of people. Mental health is something I don't shy away from speaking about. I've suffered from anxiety for many years now and I feel that these times are very triggering for individuals like myself. Sometimes when nothing is going on and it's just you at home, your thoughts can be your own worst enemy."

Becky G also opened up about her support for Black Lives Matter. "Racism is nothing new. It's been happening, the only thing that's changed is that there is a camera capturing these injustices that are taking place," she says. "What we are trying to encourage is this alliance between the Black and brown communities because we need that. We ourselves as a Latin community, we have experienced discrimination. I've been called 'you people,' my family has been called 'you people.' We have been told, 'Go back to where you came from.' Little do they know I was born here."

The artist has also been deeply affected by the murder of Mexican American soldier Vanessa Guillen at the Fort Hood military base in Texas. "It's so important in these times of injustice that we not only express our outrage and our anger and our disappointment in a system that has constantly failed so many women, people of color, the LGBT+ community ... but that we really channel this energy to make change."

Becky G says she feels identified with Guillen. "The case of Vanessa Guillen is so personal to me because I see her and I see me, I see my little sister, I see someone who was someone's daughter, who is someone's sister, who is someone's friend, and the worst part about it is she is not the only one. The bigger conversation that we need to be having is, 'What do we do to demand change?'" She says she contacted the Guillen family's lawyers "to make sure that we are in alliance with their message and their demands." "It's an emotional time," she reflects, "but at the same time we have to be proactive."" - peopleenespanol.com/chica/kali-uchis-aqui-mando-yo-interview/






"Boricua band Buscabulla have dropped a brand new video for their gauzy disco cut, “NTE.” It is the second single off their upcoming full-length debut, Regresa, out May 8th on Ribbon Music.

“Paulo Berberan pays homage to early internet aesthetics in his video for CliQ's Google Me.

Featuring Alika and Ms Banks, the concept is a trip through early 21st century futurism, a moment in time when imaginations ran wild and people started to imagine what the future could look like in the framework of rapidly evolving technology.

Chatroom screens, webcam captures and sleek performances take centre-stage, with plenty of fisheye perspective shots to round off the style. The 'Google Me' code that is overlaid on many scenes calls back to The Matrix, whilst the idea of fans watching intently is reminiscent of Jennifer Lopez's iconic visual for If You Had My Love.

It's a punchy and striking concept, with a charming selection of lo-fi VFX." - promonews.tv/videos/2020/08/03/cliq-ft-alika-and-ms-banks-google-me-paulo-berberan/65901




 
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