Daily Archives: June 9, 2018

Man Found Dead at Bonnaroo 2018

A man has been found dead in his car at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, a representative for Bonnaroo confirmed to Pitchfork. His body was discovered around 10:05 a.m. Eastern this morning in the festival’s camping area. He was a 35-year-old man. “The medical team responded immediately and found him unresponsive upon arrival. Our understanding is that ...

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This Is How Women Style Denim Around the World

When you think of casual, universal clothing, denim naturally comes to mind. Talk to Amy Leverton, author of Denim, and she will remind you that denim is an ever-evolving personalized article of clothing that should be continuously celebrated. Amy has “been working in the denim industry since 2003. She was previously head of Denim and Youth Culture at the trend-forecasting ...

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In ‘Parts Unknown,’ Anthony Bourdain searched the world for human moments — and for his own place in it

Where most travel-based shows have a touristic bent, Bourdain’s, which ranged from Korea to Koreatown, Iran to Antarctica, Chicago to Shanghai to Boreno to Senegal, were never about where you, as a viewer, as a consumer, could go — he often went places you couldn’t — and what to do when you got there. Their message is that true luxury ...

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Netflix Announces New Chicago Hip-Hop Movie Beats, Starring Anthony Anderson

Netflix has announced Beats, a new original movie based on the Chicago hip-hop scene. Anthony Anderson will star as a former artist manager “who fell from grace,” alongside 17-year-old newcomer (and Chicago native) Khalil Everage, who will portray a “young musical prodigy.” According to a press release, the Chris Robinson-directed film will feature “both established and rising Chicago based hip-hop ...

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MIDEM: Five Things Attendees Were Talking About

The MIDEM conference, held in Cannes, France on June 5 through 8, gathered several thousand international music professionals for four days of panel discussions on many of the issues facing the industry today. Delegations from as far away as Africa and China attended with an eye (and ear) to reach key decision makers from record labels, publishing companies and live ...

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