Trance, the Fahadh Faasil-Nazriya Nazim starrer is one of the most anticipated upcoming films of Malayalam cinema in 2020. Recently, the team members revealed the third song of the movie, which is directed by Anwar Rasheed. Interestingly, Soubin Shahir, the multi-faceted talent has made his singing debut with the new Trance song. … [Read more...] about Trance: Soubin Shahir Turns Singer For The Fahadh Faasil-Nazriya Nazim Starrer!
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No Need To Argue, last year’s follow-up, is an impressive departure. Harder and darker than its predecessor, it was written mostly on the road in 1993 while the band toured the United States, opening for the The. Performing a lot gave the especially shy band a shot of much-needed adrenalin onstage. “Zombie,” the album’s monster hit single, was actually developed during the sound checks before shows. This time around, O’Riordan also began looking outward for lyrical inspiration. A newspaper account of a child killed by an Irish Republican Army bomb placed in a London garbage can inspired the passionate but nonpartisan “Zombie”; “Ode to My Family” is about “suddenly becoming successful and looking back home and wondering where my childhood went.” Inner turmoil still played a role, but along with “I Can’t Be With You” and “No Need to Argue,” somber elegies dedicated to the end of a protracted … [Read more...] about Dolores O’Riordan and the Cranberries: Strange Fruit
But lately, Lavette’s luck has been changing. It started happening around 2008, when, at age 62, Lavette was invited to the Kennedy Center to pay tribute to the Who. Her chilling, stripped-down version of “Love Reign O’er Me” brought Pete Townshend to tears, and went viral. Lavette had spent decades doing this sort of thing – taking a classic song and breathing new life into it with drama and imagination – see her 1972 cover of John Prine’s “Souvenirs.” The Kennedy Center Honors performance helped her get an invitation to perform at Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration (“The greatest thing that’s ever happened to me,” she says). In the years since, she’s won several lifetime-achievement awards and settled into her role as an unparalleled interpreter of popular song, a Sinatra-like figure of the rock era, transforming material by everyone from Led Zeppelin to George Jones into her own tormented personal … [Read more...] about Bettye Lavette: Soul Survivor
Listen to “Watching the Detectives,” re-recorded in an almost playful version on the EP, with these show-stopping lines: “Nearly took a miracle to get you to stay/It only took my little fingers to blow you away.” Or “Party Girl” (as in “You’ll never be the guilty party, girl”), with its alternating waves of passionate declaration and angry denial. No Elvis Costello love song is without its ax to grind or its hatchet to bury, but at least the emotion, however strangled, comes through. Costello never sounds exactly willing to give himself over to sentiment, yet he works hard to make himself more than marginally accessible: a gangster with heart. Without that bit of humanizing, he’d be a specialty item. With it, he can be a star. … [Read more...] about Armed Forces
North West did a little show and tell last week at what appears to be a school-sponsored get-together out near Calabasas, where a bunch of her 1st grade colleagues were in attendance with their parents. Kanye was no different -- he showed up to support his kid. … [Read more...] about Kanye West Stands by North West’s Side as She Performs Own Song