Day Two of the Nuuk Nordisk Kulturfestival brings music lovers and artists the world over to Greenland

Day two of the Nuuk Nordisk Kulturfestival in Greenland had artists, locals and music-lovers from all over the world dancing and tapping their feet across town. Nive Nielsen and her band, The Deer Children, took over The Manhattan, playing their signature original folk melodies. The Greenlandic singer-songwriter stunned the crowd with her jazzy vocals, melting…

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Gang of Youths, Marlon Williams, Brightness & more feature on SXSW Music line up for 2018

The first line up for next year’s SXSW music festival dropped in the early hours, unveiling an impressive list of global names set to be performing in and around Austin, Texas, from March 12th – 18th. Returning names include the likes of Shamir, Marlon Williams and Milk & Bone, while the Australian contingent boasts some of our favourite established and…

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The future of music comes under the spotlight at All That Matters; Swim Season reigns in Singapore

Tuesday night in Singapore brought with it more education and musical discovery as Music Matters Live and All That Matters continued to engage in high gear performance and conferencing sessions. Up at the Ritz-Carlton, we learned from T.Jay Fowler from YouTube (Director, Product Management) at the ‘Future of Music’ keynote session about how the relationship between music and technology…

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Flow Festival: Frank Ocean, Flume, Lana Del Rey headlining three-day festival in a Helsinki Power Plant

Europe is packed with bucket list festivals all-year round, regularly attracting those from around the world who are itching to explore all sorts of uniquely formed, expertly curated music and arts events, from the most acclaimed to the most obscure. Teetering between both categories is Helsinki’s Flow Festival, a three-day boutique festival worshiping contemporary music…

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