The Pointy End

Make It Small

How punk responded to the deadly concerts of the ’60s and ’70s.


‘I just can’t believe it exists’

hen the world closed down in March 2020, most of us had to make do with pretending to enjoy video calls with friends or baking bread. Peter Jackson, meanwhile, was busy sifting through a mountain of unseen footage – 60 hours in total – of the Beatles, shot by the director Michael Lindsay-Hogg in 1969.

The Guardian

Au Venezuela, 12.000 musiciens pour battre le record du "plus grand orchestre du monde"

Une foule de musiciens a interprété la Marche slave de Tchaïkovski à Caracas. Guinness annoncera dans les prochains jours si le record, jusqu'ici détenu par la Russie, a été battu.

France Musique

14 curiosidades que no conocías sobre los Grammy

Los Grammy son los premios más importantes dentro de la industria musical, aquí, la academia encargada de otorgar los galardones, reconoce a lo mejor de la música en el año en que se lleva a cabo la gala.

Cultura Colectiva

Dedicated K-pop Arena Starts Construction in Seoul

Backed by CJ Live City, a subsidiary of Korean entertainment conglomerate CJ ENM, the venue is designed for mega-scale concerts with 20,000 indoor seats, and capacity for a further 40,000 outdoors. It is scheduled to open in 2024.


Astroworld Festival disaster is the latest fatal concert crowd surge

As rapper Travis Scott commanded the stage at the Astroworld Festival on Friday night, excited fans packed together so closely they struggled to breathe. Within minutes, panic set in and scores were injured as concertgoers tried to escape. At least eight people were killed in the chaos, the latest tragedy to strike at a crowded music event.

The Washington Post

Ces tubes sont inspirés par la musique classique, et vous ne le saviez (peut-être) pas !

Nombreux sont les artistes contemporains à avoir puisé dans le répertoire classique. Le plus célèbre d’entre eux est sans aucun doute Serge Gainsbourg, à qui on a parfois même reproché d’avoir usurpé certaines mélodies.

Radio Classique

El argentino que tocaba tangos para Hitler mientras su música sonaba en los campos de concentración

Eduardo Bianco fue un director de orquesta que se hizo conocido en la Alemania nazi. A los prisioneros judíos de los centros de exterminio que sabían tocar instrumentos los hacían ejecutar Plegaria, su tango más famoso.


Scientists Create Music From the Molecules of Life

Science is generally perceived by the public as something hard to understand. By mapping a basic element of life (As proteins are the work horses of life) to music, the general public can hear the sound of life at a microscopic level, and perceive what science sounds like".

Technology Networks

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