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Policy, Research & Politics

« La musique est ma seule arme » : contre la guerre, les artistes ukrainiens résistent en chanson

En Ukraine, alors que beaucoup d’hommes se sont engagés dans l’armée, des artistes résistent pacifiquement avec la musique.

La Croix

Nueva York pide que las redes sociales censuren la música drill por violenta

El alcalde de Nueva York, Eric Adams, quiere que las redes sociales censuren las canciones y videos de música drill, al considerar que este género relacionado con el rap está en parte detrás del repunte de la violencia en la ciudad.

Los Angeles Times

Cultural Distinction

What Sergei Rachmaninov’s legacy tells us about musicians under the Putin regime.

VAN

Ukraine’s Flourishing Music Scene Faces an Existential Threat

Musicians in Ukraine say that a thriving, diverse scene of all genres grew in their country after the 2014 revolution. Now, Russia’s invasion has put its future at risk.

Rolling Stone

Ukrainian musicians urge streaming services to allow political messaging on their platforms in response to Russian invasion

Members of the Ukrainian music community yesterday called on Apple Music and Spotify to allow artists to include political messaging in their artwork on the streaming platforms in response to Russia’s invasion of their country.

CMU

Selon une étude, 98 % des artistes féminines souffrent d’anxiété pendant leur performance

Diverses chanteuses et DJ ont déclaré que "se produire dans des espaces nouveaux et inconnus" en tant que "seule femme de la programmation" serait leur principale cause de stress.

Kombini

De Paul McCartney a Madonna: la industria musical se cuadra con Ucrania

Mientras Green Day y Franz Ferdinand cancelaron sus próximos conciertos en Moscú, el líder de Twisted Sister aprobó formalmente el uso por parte del pueblo ucraniano de su hit de los 80 We're not gonna take it.

La Tercera

How we fix the racist music industry

Last year, the racist reality of the music industry was elucidated by the pioneering Black Lives in Music survey.

Far Out Mag

Some Russian performing artists are speaking out against Putin

In the midst of the Ukraine crisis, a number of Russian performing artists are speaking out against Russian President Vladimir Putin. Many of them come from the worlds of classical music, ballet and theater — revered art forms in a country that prizes its high-arts heritage.

WRTI


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