First in a series where Qwest TV dives into music’s most monumental moments, we journey back to the iconic final day of Woodstock, 1969. Hendrix’ surprise performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner” astounded and confounded audiences, and it has inspired music lovers ever since.
Its Quincy Jones' 28th Grammy award and his 80th nomination, but this time he gets to share it with his daughter, Rashida Jones.
This double-headed reissue is a timely reminder of the place of minimalism in contemporary music.
Ahead of her show at the 46th Autumn Festival in Paris, we take a look back at the career of one of the foremost contemporary choreographers. From Mozart to Miles Davis, the music that Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker engages with spans history and genre, but her vision remains centered on that most fundamental of relationships: music and the body.
This new branch of Discogs will be dedicated to CD’s, rare cassettes, early-press vinyls and limited edition pieces that would normally be very hard to find.