By Norient on February 11, Rude, tender and weird. The musician Cedrik Fermont cuts lanes through the imagined landscapes of our world. No, says Philipp Rhensius. Grown on the Czech music platform bandzone, anti-music is a trashy music wave that is about music that nobody wants to listen to: We asked him about his five favorite songs. By Angie Balata on November 6, Performing, listening, and recording underground rock shapes an oppositional consciousness among Indonesian youth.
By Christophe Jaquet on January 10, While watching the movie, research duo A Parede discovered contradicting ideals of masculinity. By Maha El Nabawi on November 27, By Lisa Blanning on December 8, For centuries dabke was a local tradition in Syria, but in the late s, it has become urban. By Martyn Pepperell on December 23, By Percy Mabandu on October 2, Archive and Sampling Debate:
Reggae is rich with questions of belonging, but instead of domesticity it focuses on the state of limbo.
We asked him about his five favorite songs. Grown on the Czech music platform bandzone, festivsl is a trashy music wave that is about music that nobody wants to listen to: By Percy Mabandu on October 2, Music has become an effective discourse for hegemonic constructions of the current social order.
Yet, the underground club music scene is working on a change. By Philipp Rhensius Norient on January 7, Thereby, the popular dance music festiavl reimaginated and globalized.
Norient Musikfilm Festival – Norient
By Susan Lindholm on December 11, By Philipp Rhensius Norient on August 14, Archive and Sampling Debate: By Christopher Kirkley on January 8, The relationship between music and place has a long history. By Manal Faheem Khan on October 16, In music, sexism often works in tandem with exotism.
In Egypt, the high amount of digitalization has not translated into monetization for most musicians.
By Audio Pervert on October 23, By Henriette Gunkel on October 18, The Egyptian Revolution of and the political turmoil in the years since have changed the country. By Adam Harper on April 3, War is everywhere in grime testival, but violence is fictionalized.
Norient documentary festival begins today – The Wire
By Oli Warwick on March 27, But can a bedroom producer change the world? Rude, tender and weird.
By Friedemann Pestel on January 2, Local Music Scenes and Globalization in Festkval. Perspectives on Sampling Music Documentary: Christophe Jaquet describes in his fan confession, that the radical musician, thinker, hacker, philanthrope, activist, and curious figure Goodiepal saved him from being depressed about the future of music.
By Norient on February 11, The lebanese musician Serge Yared explains how they are used in music and aestheticised. In this photo series Fjlm African photographer Dylan Culhane stages artist Umlilo in collage portraits and evokes a sense of multiplicity.
How Sonic Fiction challenges the oppressive prison called reality.
By Christophe Jaquet on January 10, Zimbabwe frstival some of the richest pastors in the world who made their money by preaching the gospel of prosperity. By Derek Walmsley on September 4,