New Zealander artist Paul Ryan has been painting American musician Bill Callahan’s album covers for the last five years. He tells us about the role music plays in his art in the second episode of our interview series “Music is my radar”.
Her name is Emilie. She plays guitar, she created a fascinating blog and she even launched a DIY magazine under the name of L’Autre Musique. It’s our younger editor so far, and we are thrilled to welcome her here for her first ever piece on Blogo and an impromptu cameo in Tomorrow Tulips’ Take Away Show.
Guess what? We are filming one of the two Parisian shows our lovers Foals are playing next week at the Olympia. And you can watch it on February 3rd on Arte Concert and Blogo.
We are very happy to welcome our friends Fractured Air on Blogothèque. Each month, they will published a mix they did with an hour or so of music they like. Here is the first one.
It’s easy to forget that despite his doll face, angel hair and Leonardo DiCaprio circa Romeo + Juliet looks, Bill Ryder Jones has been playing music for about sixteen years […]
There is a long story behind this Take Away Show. It started in Istanbul two years ago, or maybe 50 years ago – actually, maybe more. It includes verses of […]
We often underestimate just how difficult it is sometimes for an artist to get up on stage and confront a potentially unreceptive audience. Many become agonized, worried, exhausted by such […]
What kind of role does music play in an actor’s work?
This is the question we asked Irish actor Cillian Murphy, who is the first featured in our new interview series, “Music is my radar”.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Juan(s) Show! Last December, Juan Wauters and his accomplice Tall Juan didn’t simply show up and play a couple songs from their upcoming album. […]
One tram can hide another.
We’ve all had a life experience where we were so moved that we immediately tried to translate it into words for our loved ones, an exercise in futility hoping to […]
Natalie Mering is in love with a dead man, and there is absolutely nothing you can do about it. Before the weather (thankfully) changed suit in the direction of fall, […]
Paris was particularly hard on us that day. But when Leon Bridges was finally able to soothe us with his gospel song ‘River’, we thought that was compensation enough.
Do you remember when we filmed the duo of Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington at Stereolux? Well today the live DVD is out, and we are extremely proud.
FFS, or Franz Ferdinand + Sparks, the crazy Scottish showmen that need no introduction, have channelled a 1970′s California psychedelic vibe into a crazy album and tour that passes through […]
The streets of Belleville gently awaken. It is cold, the sun shows itself on the facades and makes us squint our still tired eyes. At the bottom of the corridor […]
A drone, a stadium, a tuba, a covered market, karaoke, a sofa smashed on a roof, a chapel, knives and forks, beers, a brass band … A Take Away Show with ALB all in two days. A beautiful, young madness.
A first video piece by Porcelain Raft, previews of Rémi Alexandre, The Luyas, and She Keeps Bees, and a mash-up to see here: everything new is at the front of One Night Stand.
A perspective simply presented and with earnestness is irrefutable. The situations of our lives, varied as they are, can overwhelm in an instant, and the art that seeks to comfort […]
Courtney Barnett is right in the moment of a small indie artist’s life when, starting to walk where everyone wants you to, where your entourages presses you to, missing even […]