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stoperithorio

14 Jan
Published in Song of 2day
DIY Dark Post-Punk from Xanthi, Greece http://eraoffear.bandcamp.com/
13 Jan
Published in Song of 2day
Rapsody recruits D’Angelo and GZA and samples the Wu-Tang Clan rapper’s classic 1995 solo single “Liquid Swords” on her new song “Ibtihaj.” The rapper also unveiled the new video for “Ibtihaj,” an ode to fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, the first American to wear a hijab while competing for the United States at the Olympics. On “Ibtihaj,” D’Angelo delivers a woozy take on the famed “Liquid Swords” chorus, while GZA himself appears in the video to revisit the song and contribute a fresh verse to 9th Wonder’s RZA-sampling beat. Mary J. Blige and rap great Roxanne Shante also make cameo appearances in the video. Rapsody, who was nominated for the Best Rap Album Grammy for her 2017 LP Laila’s Wisdom, will next release Eve on August 23rd. Each song on the album features the rapper paying tribute to “a legendary black female, helping shed light on the people that have served as inspirations for Rapsody through the years.” “The stories behind the songs on Eve are inspiring, and I wanted to do my part in celebrating these women in the best way I know how,” Rapsody said in a statement. “I want to not only help tell these stories but help further each woman’s legacy and spark curiosity in people to learn more about them.”
09 Jan
Published in Song of 2day
Synths Versus Me is Nico Cabañas and Vanessa Asbert, known as founders of the vinyl spanish label Oráculo Records. The band project started on late 2014 influenced by darkwave sounds produced with synthesizers but going through many different substyles as minimal synth, ebm, synthpop or italo-disco. Several releases/appearances came during 2015 and 2016, not only for their home base label Oráculo Records but as well for Mecanica Records (Poland), Cold Beats Records (Spain), Seja Records (Netherlands) and InClub Records (Peru).
07 Jan
Published in Song of 2day
Arleta was born in Athens on 3 March 1945 and studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts. She published her first album of her own compositions (Η Αρλέτα τραγουδά, Arleta sings) in 1966 and became one of the leading figures of the Greek New Wave during the 1960s.At the beginning of her career she worked with many well-known Greek composers like Giannis Spanos, Manos Hatzidakis and Mikis Theodorakis. Her first great successes came with songs whose music was written by Lakis Papadopoulos and lyrics by Marianina Kriezi. She performed with great success in the Athens boîte scene. In 1997 she published a book, Από πού πάνε για την Άνοιξη (How to Get to Spring), which was based on her songwriting and included her own illustrations. On 11 February 2008, just a few minutes before a planned performance at Volos, Arleta suffered a stroke, which left her in hospital for six months and partly paralysed her for a year. with recovery after a lengthy hospitalization and year of rehabilitation. In January 2017, she suffered another stroke and remained in hospital, where she died on 8 August 2017, aged 72.
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