All posts tagged “Dance”

ListenUp: A Snacky Tunes #PrivateJam, San Diego newcomer Swim Team, a ’90s dance floor tribute and more in the music we tweeted this week

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Gabriel Garzón-Montano: 6 8 (Lord RAJA Remix) On his EP Bishouné: Alma del Huila (off NYC imprint Styles Upon Styles), Gabriel Garzón-Montano reminds listeners what instruments, not computers, are capable of doing. The SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music grad sings and plays every…

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Link About It: This Week’s Picks : Recalling the ghosts of Ouija, OK Go’s drone dance, 3D-printed tattoos and more in our look at the web this week

Link About It: This Week's Picks


1. Party Fails in Western Art History We’ve all experienced it: being accosted by creepers (or worse, being overcome by boredom) at a get-together, resulting in some cringeworthy scenarios that require plenty of drinks on hand. A hilarious piece from recordOutboundLink(this,…

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Free HTML5 Template for Dance Studio. Turn Your Passion into a Successful Business

Free HTML5 Template for Dance Studio to start or re-shape a site presenting dance-related organization online.
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ListenUp: Machinedrum’s haunting Vapor City medley, Can U Dance, Sébastien Tellier’s PrivateJam and more in this week’s look at music

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Majid Jordan: A Place Like This With prominent vocals and production credits on Drake’s heavily rotated (and critically acclaimed) single “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” Toronto duo Majid Jordan had listeners intrigued. Composed of Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman, the PR-shy group…

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ListenUp: Cliff Martinez picks this week’s PrivateJam, Air releases a vinyl-only museum-inspired album, Para One channels early ’90s dance parties and more

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Air: All I Need We celebrated the news of Air’s forthcoming vinyl-only release, Music For Museum, with a look back at one of their classic tracks, “All I Need”…

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‘The Comfort Food Series’ Knitted by Jessica Dance & Photographed by David Sykes

2'The Comfort Food Series' is a collaboration between Jessica Dance and David Sykes. Jessica is a a London-based art director, model maker and prop stylist whilst David is a photographer. Together they have created this awsome project, Jessica knits each comfort food using 100% lambswool and David photographs it with great composition and lighting.  Jessica Dance Website David Sykes […]
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Queen of the Night: Glitz, glamour and dance at the relaunch of NYC’s historic Diamond Horseshoe Club

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75 years after its initial opening, the Paramount Hotel’s former vaudeville theater, the Diamond Horseshoe Club, opened its doors once more on 31 December 2013. There—with magic, majesty, surprise…

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Interview: Takehiro Ueyama of Take Dance: The baseballer-turned-choreographer on the role of dance within the art world

Interview: Takehiro Ueyama of Take Dance


For over eight years, Takehiro Ueyama has brought athleticism and physicality to an oft-overlooked art form. The Japanese-American choreographer, creative director and founder of Take Dance (pronounced “tah-keh”)—a New York-based, world-traveling modern dance company—is leading a…

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Microsoft Office manager quit to learn how to dance in a year, becomes a YouTube hit

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Former Microsoft employee Karen X Cheng quit the software maker over a year ago, with a farewell resignation video based on Don McLean’s American Pie. During her year away from developing Microsoft’s Office software, Cheng has learned to dance. She’s detailed her daily progress and now says people assume she’s been dancing for years. Cheng’s YouTube video has gone viral and amassed nearly two million views in just a few days. “This isn’t a story about dancing, though. It’s about having a dream and not knowing how to get there — but starting anyway,” says Cheng. It brings a whole new meaning to Office 365.

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Google makes its search terms dance for you

People are searching through Google every second of the day. Created by the search giant itself, this dynamic visualization shows exactly what they’re searching for, in real time.

    


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