Death of Idir: the voiceless Kabyle people

The hecatombe, it is the word which returns from now on in the flow of the networks so much the dead follow one another on the side of music. The latest, that of Idir, 70, announced by the family on the official Facebook page: “We regret to announce the death of our father [à tous], […]

At war with boredom: puffs, punkettes and pyromaniac moods

1 – With federations Made by Coppola to fill the financial gap left by the revolutionary Heart stroke, Cotton club (1984) is even more underestimated. Silenced by some as a whim of producer in collapse (Robert Evans), by others as a winding attempt to reiterate the historic success of the Godfather, the film is seen […]

Happy Mondays, very Barbados trip – Culture / Next

The year is 1989: Manchester has been wiped off the map. The rainy and gray city of the north of England, which saw the birth of Joy Division and the Smiths, has been demolished, disintegrated, replaced by Madchester, silly twin, where ecstasy is swallowed by full handles and where the rhythm does not descends further […]

At war with boredom: cartels, kazoo and a boarding school for young girls

With babies interchanged Hasn’t the time come to rediscover the depths of French comedy? Of course, with the viewing of Little Michu, operetta by André Messager composed in 1897 which contains everything a confined person can dream of: twin sisters, an interchange of babies, a rigid soldier, stupid merchants… Presented in a garish pink candy-duck […]

The sound of the day # 432: sorcerer like Razen

Brujo robot. Robot, sorcerer, technology, spirituality: we will not find a better way to introduce this new disc of the Belgian quartet Razen than by threading the words fallen from the semantic fields of the two a priori irreconcilable words which form the title of his new album, which released March 27. A way of […]

Degree, Ricky Hollywood, Blutch … the playlist of Libé’s music book

Each weekend, Tsugi’s webradio accompanies the music book “Liberation” in one discovery and five new releases. Discovery Degree, it’s hot First in class, it’s always very annoying. Because obviously it comes back to its own shortcomings. So we immediately pout when we learn that this young Nantesman, only 15 years old, was discovered in 2015 […]

Seu Jorge and Rogê, sweet samba of oneself

The great idea of ​​the Night Dreamer label: to bring together two of the voices of the current samba for a private session. On the one hand, Seu Jorge, multi-award-winning singer known for his covers of Bowie in the film by Wes Anderson Aquatic Life (2005), but above all a signatory to Carolina, a song […]

Purchase and sale of guitars for the first time

Nit takes a bit. The Musikmesse in Frankfurt only opens its doors on April 1st. However, the trade fair company is already organizing the event regularly with small previews. Because rattling is not just part of the craft. Exhibition organizers also have to advertise. This is especially true for a show like the Musikmesse. Because […]