Turn Up The Volume is a week of workshop and exchange around the theme of the climatic emergency and what actions are to be taken in the music industry and more. Taking place from the 19th to the 25th of April, we’ve taken that opportunity to have a wider look at the movement at its origin: Music Declares Emergency.
New norm or a temporary way of life? the arts had to survive in a way or another through lockdowns and restrictions. They did with inventive ideas and by getting online. Here are our quick thoughts about some of them.
Time for us to talk about theatre. With the whole pandemic situation, we drastically reduced our evenings at the theatre and music venues. And yet, our consumption of music, musical theatre and plays has never stopped.
University is done for me. It’s been three years now. Yet, my master thesis’ subject is still picking my curiosity. That’s what I want to share what I’ve done about it. It is the presentation of self in rock music. This is the first extract, first analysis on the blog, but hopefully not the last. Come on, we’ll talk about punk, Sex Pistols and a little bit of fashion.
Rammstein, this German band is well known both for its industrial music and its fiery stage presence, returns with a new song and its small provocative effect bringing its dose of controversy. A small analysis of images is necessary.