Tag Archives: Unknown

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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Google Flights: Save hundreds by doing this unknown trick when booking your plane ticket

Google Flights can save travellers a pretty penny when it comes to shopping around for cheap tickets. With many online comparison websites to choose from, it can be a complicated affair when finding the best price. From booking on a Tuesday to ticket-splitting, knowing where to start often puts people off. But frugal travellers can use a clever Google Flights ...

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7 Albums Out Today You Should Listen to Now: Cardi B, Kali Uchis, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, More

With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Every week, Pitchfork offers a run-down of significant new releases available on streaming services. This week’s batch includes new albums from Cardi B, Kali Uchis, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Hop Along, Wye Oak, Mind Over Mirrors, and Lil Xan. Subscribe ...

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Erika Wennerstrom: Sweet Unknown and New Album releases reviewed

Having spent time at a mind-expanding Amazon retreat in 2015 she has re-emerged with this spellbinding solo set, tracing her journey from frustration to redemption. On the opening tracks her smoky and powerful voice is set against huge blocks of guitar and bass to devastating effect. The languid, string-laden Time and sparkling Like A Bird are among the gentler highlights. ...

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra Announce New Album Sex & Food

Unknown Mortal Orchestra, the Ruban Nielson-fronted band, have announced their new album. It’s called Sex & Food and it’s out April 6 via Jagjaguwar. They’ve also shared a new video for the previously released track “American Guilt,” which will appear on the upcoming LP. Watch the Greg Sharp-directed visuals below. The new record was recorded in Seoul, Hanoi, Reykjavik, Mexico ...

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How Travel Stopped Me Worrying About The Unknown

Despite the fact that I live a spontaneous lifestyle as a globally mobile Travel Writer and Digital Nomad, I definitely don’t possess the carefree “que sera sera” attitude that you might assume that someone who lives in this manner does. In fact, by nature, I’m a worrier; a control freak; a meticulous planner. It’s just that I have worked hard ...

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