Dance music – Del Cuer PO http://delcuerpo.com/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 08:13:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://delcuerpo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/profile-120x120.png Dance music – Del Cuer PO http://delcuerpo.com/ 32 32 ‘We started it’: Drake’s producer Gordo on reclaiming black dance music on Honestly, Nevermind https://delcuerpo.com/we-started-it-drakes-producer-gordo-on-reclaiming-black-dance-music-on-honestly-nevermind/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 08:13:34 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/we-started-it-drakes-producer-gordo-on-reclaiming-black-dance-music-on-honestly-nevermind/ The standout track from Drake’s surprise album was assembled in the sky between Dallas and Toronto. Back in May, DJ Gordo had flown to Brazil to play the sunrise set at the Tribe festival, and on the way back from São Paulo, he started coming down with something. By the time he landed for a […]]]>

The standout track from Drake’s surprise album was assembled in the sky between Dallas and Toronto. Back in May, DJ Gordo had flown to Brazil to play the sunrise set at the Tribe festival, and on the way back from São Paulo, he started coming down with something. By the time he landed for a layover he was feeling even worse, but a selection of tracks from Australian artist and songwriter Ry X – sent as inspiration for a secret new Drake album – the quickly brought back to life.

“I started sampling one of his MP3 recordings and cutting it up,” Gordo says. QG. “I ended up doing the ‘Sticky’ beat on the plane. I texted [Drake], and when he answered at 4 p.m. I was already in the kitchen of his house. I played him the rhythm and he was like “Woah”. At this time, J. Cole came in because he was at home playing basketball. They recorded that night.”

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DJ Gordo – formerly known as Carnage and whose passport says Diamanté Anthony Blackmon – has been close friends with Drake for years, his own music career having seen him collaborate with artists such as A$AP Rocky, Lil Uzi Vert and Migos. On Honestly, too bad, the record that landed as a surprise in the wee hours of Friday morning, and which represents a seismic shift towards dance music for the rapper, Gordo was hugely influential producing six of the 14 tracks.

The album is a tribute to the Baltimore club music that Gordo remembers hearing in his aunt’s and mother’s cars, playing on Maryland radio stations: tracks from DJ K-Swift and Quicksilva , which quiver to a slow rhythm and kick pattern. The “vibey” genre of house music on Honestly it doesn’t matter was also influenced by electronic artists like artists Keine Music &Me, Adam Port and Rampa.

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Inspired by dance music greats, Maurya Sevak aims to make his own impact [Q&A] -EDM.com https://delcuerpo.com/inspired-by-dance-music-greats-maurya-sevak-aims-to-make-his-own-impact-qa-edm-com/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 19:53:20 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/inspired-by-dance-music-greats-maurya-sevak-aims-to-make-his-own-impact-qa-edm-com/ Inspired by some of the big names in electronic music, Maurya Sevak is on a mission to make his own impact on the genre. Hailing from Toronto, the up-and-coming dance music DJ and producer recently released his latest single, “Horizon.” Blending progressive house with elements of trance, the electrifying track emanates from Sevak’s love for […]]]>

Inspired by some of the big names in electronic music, Maurya Sevak is on a mission to make his own impact on the genre.

Hailing from Toronto, the up-and-coming dance music DJ and producer recently released his latest single, “Horizon.” Blending progressive house with elements of trance, the electrifying track emanates from Sevak’s love for the music of artists like David Guetta and Armin van Buuren.

He says he was “completely mesmerized” by these dance music pioneers, especially their performances at the iconic Tomorrowland festival in Belgium. And with their music serving as a catalyst, the young beatsmith works diligently to carve out his own sound.

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Sunset Music Festival Celebrates 10 Years of Unity Through Dance Music – EDM.com https://delcuerpo.com/sunset-music-festival-celebrates-10-years-of-unity-through-dance-music-edm-com/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 18:41:22 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/sunset-music-festival-celebrates-10-years-of-unity-through-dance-music-edm-com/ A decade after the company embarked on the journey of bringing a massive electronic music festival to Tampa, Disco Donnie Presents recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Sunset Music Festival. Taking place at Raymond James Stadium, the festival has now become one of the East Coast’s most beloved EDM music festivals. There is an […]]]>

A decade after the company embarked on the journey of bringing a massive electronic music festival to Tampa, Disco Donnie Presents recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Sunset Music Festival. Taking place at Raymond James Stadium, the festival has now become one of the East Coast’s most beloved EDM music festivals.

There is an energy felt throughout the festival that is very unique to SMF – like being at home. This emanates from a high level of care taken in every detail of this event, and each year the Sunset community not only grows bigger, but also more dedicated.

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NORTHSIDE SOUTHSIDE ONESIDE With dance, music and more at the Mayfair Arts Center https://delcuerpo.com/northside-southside-oneside-with-dance-music-and-more-at-the-mayfair-arts-center/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/northside-southside-oneside-with-dance-music-and-more-at-the-mayfair-arts-center/ Funded by a project grant from the City of Chicago, Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, CHRP will host Northside Southside Oneside, a series of monthly events at the new Mayfair Arts Center beginning May 15 and ending May 16. October with over 20 Chicago-based music, dance, and visual artists in free classes and […]]]>

Funded by a project grant from the City of Chicago, Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, CHRP will host Northside Southside Oneside, a series of monthly events at the new Mayfair Arts Center beginning May 15 and ending May 16. October with over 20 Chicago-based music, dance, and visual artists in free classes and informal performances.

North Side South Side One Side will feature 3-4 different dance and music companies as well as visual artists and food at the Mayfair Arts Center. Each Sunday afternoon event will include 6 free introductory classes and a collaborative, free and affordable performance featuring at least three ensembles.

June 19: Ramya Ravi, Najwa Dance Corps and Stone Soup Rhythms

July 31: Pharez Whited Quartet, Ballet 5:8 and Joel Hall Dancers

August 21: Zenzile Fatou, Movement Revolution dance team, SilDance/AcroDanza

September 18: Ensemble Espanol Spanish Dance Theatre, Ayodele Drum and Dance, Ishti Collective

October 16: South Chicago Dance Theater, Chicago Dance Crash, Deeply Rooted Dance Theater

North Side, South Side, One Side will help establish and grow new roots for CHRP’s Mayfair Arts Center; to provide an affordable platform and base of operations for independent artists and other small to medium-sized dance and music companies based on the South Side; introduce the new MAC to children, teens, adults and seniors in Calumet Heights and surrounding neighborhoods so they can engage in lifelong learning opportunities and experience the health and wellness benefits be accumulated through participation in the arts; to be a hub of economic development for the South Side by helping independent artists and small businesses generate earned income; continue to refine and share this model of collective artistic practice, economic development and peaceful coexistence.

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The Techno Six: New Documentary Spotlights Detroit’s Dance Music Pioneers – EDM.com https://delcuerpo.com/the-techno-six-new-documentary-spotlights-detroits-dance-music-pioneers-edm-com/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 21:32:21 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/the-techno-six-new-documentary-spotlights-detroits-dance-music-pioneers-edm-com/ First, there were six. The term “techno” often evokes its European emblems, such as the German Berghain and the Swedish Drumcode. So much so that techno music is widely considered one of the continent’s exports. But a new documentary seeks to firmly correct that story, tracing techno’s origins to a cohort of six black Detroit […]]]>

First, there were six.

The term “techno” often evokes its European emblems, such as the German Berghain and the Swedish Drumcode. So much so that techno music is widely considered one of the continent’s exports.

But a new documentary seeks to firmly correct that story, tracing techno’s origins to a cohort of six black Detroit producers: “techno’s first cover boys,” said Kristian Hill, a Detroit resident and director of God said give them drum machinesin an interview with EDM.com.

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A combination of dance, music and theater for Mumbaikars! https://delcuerpo.com/a-combination-of-dance-music-and-theater-for-mumbaikars/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 12:22:56 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/a-combination-of-dance-music-and-theater-for-mumbaikars/ By IANSlife New Delhi, June 9 (IANSlife): The National Center for the Performing Arts presents a program of events for all tastes, from dance to theatre. Consult this calendar for your next cultural evening. Artie Festival in India Artie’s is a group of musicians who came together because they share a love […]]]>

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New Delhi, June 9 (IANSlife): The National Center for the Performing Arts presents a program of events for all tastes, from dance to theatre. Consult this calendar for your next cultural evening.

Artie Festival in India

Artie’s is a group of musicians who came together because they share a love of chamber music and want to make it accessible to everyone. Gauthier Hermann, founder and cellist of Artie, is joined by violinist Cyprien Brod and pianist Romain Descharmes for this series of concerts.

Venue: Experimental Theater

Date: June 7 & 8, 2022

Time: 7:00 p.m.

The corner of short films

Many wonderful short films are made in India, with writers working in their respective regions and bold new voices experimenting with form and technique. Short Film Corner hopes to connect viewers with these films while opening dialogue with filmmakers, who will have the opportunity to connect with their audience. White Wall Screenings (WWS) was founded in 2017 as a community to foster dialogue between short filmmakers and moviegoers. WWS has successfully screened over 300 short films and continues to hold workshops, masterclasses and talks on film and film.

Location: Small Theater

Date: June 8, 2022

Time: 6:30 p.m.

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Isheeta Chakravarty on vocals, Sanjay Divecha on guitar, Niranjan Joshi on keyboards/piano, Ishan Jadwani on drums and Ralph Menezes on bass. Isheeta Chakravarty will perform a set of modern and contemporary jazz tunes with an overall sound derived not only from American and European influences, but also from African and Latin music. The set will include both originals and well-known standards. This set will showcase her versatility as a contemporary vocal artist.

Venue: Experimental Theater

Date: June 10, 2022

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Songwriting Workshop with Samantha Noella

Location: Foyer of the small theater

Dates: June 11 to 18, 2022

Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Online training: Rs. 15,000/-

In-person training: Rs. 25,000/- (GST included)

Offered live at NCPA or online (Zoom)

NCPA Music Workshop

Besides the melodic (raga) and compositional (bandish) aspects of Indian music, the tala, or rhythmic aspect, is an important component of musical creation. The evolved art of the tabla not only provides the framework for the tala, but also incorporates many elements that enhance the overall aesthetic of the music being performed.

A free online workshop by Nayan Ghosh

Date: June 11, 2022

Time: 11:30 a.m.

SOI Chamber Orchestra

The SOI Chamber Orchestra, conducted by resident conductor Mikel Toms, will perform Beethoven’s “Pastoral” Symphony, one of the composer’s most beloved works. Mozart’s Piano Concerto no. so that the less knowledgeable cannot fail to be happy, without knowing why.” An NCPA presentation in association with the Consulate General of Switzerland in Mumbai

Venue: Experimental Theater

Date: June 14, 2022

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Henry V

Shakespeare’s gripping study of nationalism, war and the psychology of power stars Kit Harington (Game of Thrones). The newly crowned King Henry V drags England into a bloody war with France. When his campaign encounters opposition, this inexperienced new leader must demonstrate his ability to lead a country into war. This exciting modern production directed by Max Webster (Life of Pi) from London’s Donmar Warehouse explores what it means to be English and the English relationship to Europe, asking: do we ever get the leaders we deserve?

An NCPA-National Theater Live presentation (London).

Venue: Godrej Dance Theater

Dates: June 15 & 29, 2022

Time: 6:00 p.m.

NCPA Umang

Sinam Basu Singh received his initial training in Manipuri at the Jawaharlal Nehru Manipur Dance Academy in Imphal. He then continued his training at Visva-Bharati University and obtained a postgraduate degree in dance. He also studied with Y. Hemanta Kumar, N. Tiken Singh and W. Lokendrajit Singh. He has performed extensively at prestigious festivals in the country such as Uday Shankar Dance Festival (2007), Ganjam Mahotsav (2007), East Zone Cultural Center’s Pratibha Utsav (2009), Nataraj Dance Festival (2011) and Purush Festival (2013), among many others.

Konjengbam Monika Devi is a promising young representative of Manipuri dance from the state of Manipur. She is a disciple of Gurus RK Achoubisana, Budhichandra Roy, N. Amusana Devi, Th. Hemchandra Singh, N. Tiken Singh, RK Sarojini Devi and S. Kriti Singh. Monika is approved by Doordarshan Imphal. She completed a three-year Diploma in Manipuri Dance, a three-year post-diploma in Raas and a three-year post-diploma in Lai Haraoba from Jawaharlal Nehru Manipur Dance Academy, Imphal. She also completed her Masters in Manipuri Dance from Manipur University.

Vaidehi Rele Lal comes from a family of traditional Indian classical dancers from Nalanda dance research center, Juhu, Mumbai, it is no surprise that she learned Indian classical dance from an early age under the initiation from his world famous grandmother Padmabhushan Dr. Smt. Kanak Rele and his mother Academician par excellence Guru Dr. Uma Rele. Currently, she is trained by Sangeet Natak Awardee and Maharashtra Gaurav Puraskaar, Guru Shri Deepak Mazumdar.

Location: Small Theater

Date: June 15, 2022

Time: 6:30 p.m.

Admission on a first-come, first-served basis. NCPA members will enjoy preferential seating until 6:20 p.m.

Turandot

Turandot was the last work by Puccini, who died before it was completed, and is a love story set in China. Within the walls of the great purple city of Beijing, it is announced that Princess Turandot will only marry a suitor of royal blood who will answer three riddles posed by her. Suitors who do not answer the riddles will be executed. An unknown prince in love with the princess appears in the crowd and solves the puzzles, but Turandot is reluctant to marry him. The prince offers her a way out: if she can learn his name before dawn, he will die at daybreak.

An NCPA presentation – The Metropolitan Opera (New York) sung in Italian with English subtitles

Venue: Godrej Dance Theater

Date: June 16, 2022

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Reality Check – Ek Tha Gaon

Hindi film with English subtitles (61 min). Semla is a ghost town in the foothills of the Himalayas. Over the years of dwindling prospects, the 50 families who once inhabited it migrated to the city, leaving only seven people behind. Leela, like her village, is old, resilient and long forgotten but, despite her struggles with loneliness and an aging body, does not want to leave for the city. Golu, on the other hand, is Semla’s only youngster – desperate to escape to an urban life but without the means to do so. Dreaming of a different future, she wanders around her desolate birthplace. Ek Tha Gaon traces the emotional journey of Leela and Golu and the evolution of their relationship with the place where they call home. Their plight is poignantly illustrated by a saying that the villagers have: the dead return to visit the living. Now those of us who are left have only these ghosts for company.

Location: Small Theater

Date: June 16, 2022

Time: 6:30 p.m.

Lungs

The ice caps are melting, there is overpopulation, political unrest; everything goes wrong in a handcart – why the hell would anyone bring a baby into this world? They are an ordinary couple in a fairly stable relationship. Out of the blue, he asks about having a baby. What follows is an emotional roller coaster ride. Lungs is an intensely intimate, complex and fun piece about what it means to be a couple facing a world of uncertainty. They strive to make responsible choices in the face of growing social inequalities, environmental disasters and political unrest. Written by critically acclaimed British playwright Duncan Macmillan, the play debuted at the Studio Theater in Washington, DC in 2011.

Venue: Stage of the Godrej Dance Theater

Dates: June 17, 18 & 19, 2022

Time: 4:00 p.m. | 6:00 p.m. | 7:30 p.m.

comedy for comedy

An off-stage presentation of the NCPA. In collaboration with Comedy Ladder. The world has opened up and all we need now is laughter. Here’s a 90-minute comedy show that everyone can enjoy. Limited socially distant tickets available.

Host: Sumukhi Suresh

Comics: Jeeya Sethi, Sonali Thakker, Sumaira Shaikh, Niv Prakasam, Kunal Rao and Vaibhav Sethia

Venue: Godrej Dance Theater

Date: June 18, 2022

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Easy wanderings

The Easy Wanderlings describe their work as a musical journal of treasured memories and conversations, weaving together a tapestry of soul, pop and folk music. World-renowned for their delicate melodies and story-driven songwriting, the eight-member band displays influences from artists including Kings of Convenience, Michael Kiwanuka and Iron & Wine. The collective was awarded “Best Group of 2020” by the Indian Music Diaries Awards and recognized as a rising artist in Spotify’s RADAR program and Apple’s UP-NEXT program in 2021. As artists on tour, the Easy Wanderlings have played extensively at some of the best stages and major music festivals the country has to offer.

Lead vocalist Pratika Gopinath, vocalist/guitarist Sanyanth Naroth, bassist Malay Vadalkar, vocalist/guitarist Sharad Rao, keyboardist Nitin Muralikrishna, violinist Shardul Bapat, flautist Siya Ragade and drummer Abraham Zachariah form this eclectic group.

Venue: Experimental Theater

Date: June 19, 22

Time: 6:30 p.m.

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Noongar Wonderland Dance Music Album Featuring Paul Mac Marks Indigenous Milestone https://delcuerpo.com/noongar-wonderland-dance-music-album-featuring-paul-mac-marks-indigenous-milestone/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 23:31:58 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/noongar-wonderland-dance-music-album-featuring-paul-mac-marks-indigenous-milestone/ West Australian artist Clint Bracknell has combined his passion for music and his native Noongar language to release an album that celebrates the region’s ecological creatures. Key points: Maatakitj is a Noongar musician and Professor of Indigenous Languages ​​at the University of Queensland Noongar Wonderland integrates a decade of research with modern dance music Tracks […]]]>

West Australian artist Clint Bracknell has combined his passion for music and his native Noongar language to release an album that celebrates the region’s ecological creatures.

It follows a multi-sensory stage performance of the same name at the Perth Festival this year.

Bracknell, a teacher of Indigenous languages, is also known by his affectionate nickname, Maatakitj, which translates to “long legs like a spear.”

“It’s a big kind of thing, I’ve been doing music since I was young, I’ve worked in all genres from country music to hip-hop and all places in between and I’ve never really hit the mark. goal and done something that I’m really proud of or I’m going to share,” Bracknell said.

“Over the last decade or more, I’ve really tried a lot of song traditions and found kind of a way to make the music more meaningful than the things I’ve done in the past.”

The album, Noongar Wonderland, comes after more than a decade of research and immersion in the Noongar language and song.

“It was informed by research more formally through Australian Research Council funding and my work at various universities and now at the University of Queensland,” he said.

preserve the language

The album is released in an endangered language to mark the start of the United Nations’ International Decade of Indigenous Languages.

Bracknell felt responsible by releasing the music in the language.

“I didn’t want to get into it too soon and I wanted to be really sure what I was doing was going to be positive and not just self-serving,” he said.

“That’s why I spent over a decade trying to be part of this journey with a whole group of people, including older people and more people in my peer group.

“It’s also about the country, figuring out how we can all work together and share something and keep something alive and strong.”

Bracknell said it was a conscious choice to embrace dance music for the album, and collaborated with ARIA Award-winning Australian musician Paul Mac.

“You can hear it, there’s the brilliance of Paul Mac,” he said.

“Having it as dance music was something that hadn’t really been done before, but was going to capture the same energy as a corroboree-style performance, because corroboree is all about the dance.

Barry McGuire and Maatakitj (Clint Bracknell) during rehearsals on the Swan River.(Provided: Cassandra Edwards)

The songs celebrate the ecological value of kworlak (bulldog sharks), baamba (stingrays), dwerdawanart (dolphins), yornan (bobtail lizards), woordawoort (dragonflies) and demangka (groundwater) in the southwest of Western Australia .

“There’s a lot of kangaroo dancing and emu dancing and other creature dancing, but what about those other creatures that had a dance and aren’t doing any more,” a- he said.

“We started with the bull shark because we felt there should be something to not only bring attention to the bull shark, but also to increase respect so that we live more harmoniously with the bull shark.”

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GALA Festival: images of London’s first dance music… https://delcuerpo.com/gala-festival-images-of-londons-first-dance-music/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 17:36:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/gala-festival-images-of-londons-first-dance-music/ We were in tow for opening day GALA on Thursday, instantly heading to Charlie Bones’ teepee, where the DJ was streaming live for his Do!! You!!! Radio station all weekend. The former NTS breakfast show host has seen his cult status grow in recent years, thanks to a surge in listeners during the pandemic and […]]]>

We were in tow for opening day GALA on Thursday, instantly heading to Charlie Bones’ teepee, where the DJ was streaming live for his Do!! You!!! Radio station all weekend. The former NTS breakfast show host has seen his cult status grow in recent years, thanks to a surge in listeners during the pandemic and the launch of his own station. Hosting all weekend with several guest DJs, Bones brought his mix of house, techno, soul and pop gems to a crowd of ardent followers in what was the smallest – but arguably most vibrant – stage in the world. festival all weekend.

At Beacons, the festival’s new stage designed in partnership with Dalston’s audiophile bar, Brilliant Corners, Hunee has expertly selected in-house cuts, tailor-made for a packed crowd in the sun. We cooled off behind the scenes in our co-branded Dr. Martens van, snapping photos of the talent in orbit around the park before heading back out into the wild.

About wild: let’s talk about Bradley Zero’s set. The Peckham local has been an important part of the south London scene over the past decade thanks to Rhythm Section – the night and Zero’s label – and its set on the brilliant Patio outdoor stage had a real air of party about it. Zero has endless pedigree as a digger, but has no qualms about dropping the odd crowd-pleasing classic in its blend of house, soul and disco, prompting one of the festival’s moments where he dropped pure heating. Samba De Janeiro’ to an absolutely thrilled crowd.

As Josey Rebelle crossed the finish line at The Patio with a set of hard, unrestrained techno, Little Dragon brought the tempo down on the main stage with a mesmerizing track from their soulful, jazz-influenced pop brand. GALA brought us perfect tunes in an equally idyllic setting all weekend; Queen Liz, put your crown back on…

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Working from home mum slams neighbor for letting teenagers play dance music from 11am to 11pm https://delcuerpo.com/working-from-home-mum-slams-neighbor-for-letting-teenagers-play-dance-music-from-11am-to-11pm/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 10:50:31 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/working-from-home-mum-slams-neighbor-for-letting-teenagers-play-dance-music-from-11am-to-11pm/ A mum has been slammed for allowing her teenagers to stream dance music from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. EVERY day. Her weary neighbor, who works from home, said she was “really struggling” to cope. The question was raised with the teens’ mother reportedly rolling her eyes in response. But, as reported by Echo of […]]]>

A mum has been slammed for allowing her teenagers to stream dance music from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. EVERY day. Her weary neighbor, who works from home, said she was “really struggling” to cope.

The question was raised with the teens’ mother reportedly rolling her eyes in response. But, as reported by Echo of Liverpoolthe neighbor said the teenagers were playing “incessant music” and “incessantly shouting” in the garden and the noise was preventing him from finishing his work.

Seeking advice on how to handle the situation, she turned to Mumsnet’s popular Am I Unreasonable (AIBU) thread. She explained: “My neighbor has two teenage children. An A level and a GCSE which means they are on study leave apart from exams.

“They have a kind of cozy teenager at the end of their garden – a really glorified cabana with lights and speakers etc. This means that from 11am every day they play (bad) music dancing until 11 p.m. in the evening.

“I can cope at night, but I work from home, and the only place I can work is in the dining room – which is their side of the house. I really struggle to work and have meetings with incessant music and screaming teenagers.”



Loud music would be played between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m.

She added: “I told a neighbor about it who rolled her eyes and told me to ignore it. I have three months to go!

“I don’t have a desk to work at to escape it. And soon I’ll want the window open too. How can I explain that it’s a problem and that EVERY DAY and constant music isn’t really acceptable ?”

The neighbor’s post received over 100 replies from other Mumsnet users eager to share their thoughts. One said: ‘Find out what you can handle – for example music after 5.30pm and come back and talk to the neighbour. If nothing changes say you’ll have to contact the council.’

Another Mumsnet user commented, “You gotta tell your neighbor it’s over right now. There’s nothing worse than loud music and you gotta work!”

A third said: “I feel for you. When I was that age, if the neighbor had come to my parents and said that I was bothering them all day, every day, I would have been absolutely told to calm down and to stop being antisocial.

“But that was a billion years ago and now it’s MY LIFE, MY RULES and Mumsnet favorite ‘if you don’t like noise, go live in the middle of nowhere on your own’ .

“Creeping individualism reigns here. All you can do is keep asking them to tone it down. You’re not being unreasonable. Good luck.”

Another Mumsnet user replied, “Okay with that. I have teenagers the same age and I wouldn’t let them do that. I raised them to be considerate.

“It doesn’t do them any good in the long run to cause them to become antisocial.” Another said: “This noise level is not reasonable every day whether you are WFH [work from home] or not.”

In a follow-up comment, the neighbor added: “She likes to pass herself off as the ‘fun mum’ to all her kid friends, so they tend to have a half garden full most days.

“And I understand that it’s good for them to have this summer at their age. The neighbor suggested I use one of those offices where you can rent an office for the day, but they’re quite expensive compared to what I actually earn so it’s just not an affordable solution.

“We’re doing things she doesn’t approve of and we’re not ready to stop (current bug is we didn’t mow in May – so we didn’t mow our lawn in May (it will be done tomorrow!) and won’t cut our hedge during bird nesting season. They have fake grass/astroturf), and she treats those things as equals. can’t escape it!”

At the time of writing, 82% of Mumsnet users voted that the neighbor was not unreasonable to complain about teenagers playing loud music.

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House and Dance Music Festivals Produced by BIPOC Curators Come Together in One-of-a-Kind Brand Partnership https://delcuerpo.com/house-and-dance-music-festivals-produced-by-bipoc-curators-come-together-in-one-of-a-kind-brand-partnership/ Fri, 03 Jun 2022 08:59:45 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/house-and-dance-music-festivals-produced-by-bipoc-curators-come-together-in-one-of-a-kind-brand-partnership/ Charivari Detroit, WestCoast Weekender, The Chosen Few Picnic, and House in the Park are four dance music festivals that are produced and hosted by people of color. The founders are longtime purveyors of dance music and are committed to keeping it alive while honoring its legacy. These four brands recently announced a one-of-a-kind brand partnership […]]]>

Charivari Detroit, WestCoast Weekender, The Chosen Few Picnic, and House in the Park are four dance music festivals that are produced and hosted by people of color. The founders are longtime purveyors of dance music and are committed to keeping it alive while honoring its legacy.

These four brands recently announced a one-of-a-kind brand partnership designed to bring the house down – Literally! The international scope of these events aims to bring together artists, fashion designers, filmmakers, international DJs, media and thousands of music lovers.

“We look forward to bringing a unified global vibe of house music lovers to our events. Working as a team will allow us to refresh our perspective and reach audiences around the world while sharing innovative ideas about our future. Many of the festival favorites – Delano Smith, Osunlade, Kai Alce, Oscar P, Wayne Williams, Alan King, Ramon Rawsoul and Bruce Bailey, will play at more than one of the festivals.This is going to be a game changer.Todd Johnson, Chief Marketing Officer /promotion Charivari Detroit

The founders of these festivals believe that this partnership will create engaging festival content and expand the reach of each festival’s brand, associated partners and sponsors. While geographically dispersed, each festival wants this partnership to broaden and amplify audience reach by jointly sharing artist relationships, arranging sponsorships, and sharing cross-platform media buys. Additionally, they hope to reach dance music lovers through their collective social media platforms, word of mouth, and media sponsorships.

The Chicago Defender spoke with Todd Johnson, Director of Marketing and Promotions for Charivari Detroit, about the new partnership and why it’s so important to preserving the culture and history of dance and electronic music.

About West Coast Weekender • San Diego • June 10 -12, 2022

West Coast Weekender, affectionately known as the Soul of the West Coast, is a celebration of music, dance and culture in Southern California. Celebrating its fifth anniversary, this annual conference and music festival flourishes alongside San Diego’s incredible cultural renaissance. WCW promises world-class performers from the underground scene, stunning artwork, wholesome recreation, and old-fashioned hospitality. Festival co-founder Oscar P says, “Our festival is a global celebration of unique and diverse dance.

musical lifestyle. We want to continue to push the boundaries and develop what we believe is an ever-changing landscape towards what the event experience is today. Our team, consisting of Jessica Poche, Justin Navalle, Cris Herrera and Eric Medina, are thrilled to be part of this new venture. https://westcoastweekender.net

The Chosen Few Picnic • Chicago • Saturday, July 2, 2022

The Chosen Few Picnic & House Music Festival is the world’s longest running house music event, drawing thousands of fans to Chicago each July. Dubbed the “Woodstock of House Music” for its family reunion vibe, the event began in 1990 as a small reunion of high school friends and family who gathered behind the Museum of Science and Industry to to remember and celebrate the culture that gave birth to House Music in Chicago. South side. Today, the iconic event attracts House Music enthusiasts from around the world.

This year, Chosen Few DJs – Wayne Williams, Jesse Saunders, Alan King, Terry Hunter, Mike Dunn, Tony Hatchett and Andre Hatchett – return to Jackson Park for the 30th Anniversary Picnic with guest DJs and performers including Osunlade, DJ Spen, Natasha Diggs and D Train. Chosen Few founder Wayne Williams said: “It’s a blessing to finally be able to celebrate our 30th anniversary picnic live and in person, and we believe it will be our biggest and best picnic ever. Chosen Few to date. We also look forward to supporting our siblings at House, West Coast Weekender, Charivari Detroit and House in the Park, as part of this unique promotional partnership. https://chosenfewdjs.com

Charivari Detroit • August 11 – 14, 2022

Charivari Detroit is a celebration of Detroit culture and its contribution to electronic dance music. We believe that music is the connecting factor for everyone. Detroit, one of the most musically diverse cities in the world, has been at the forefront of electronic dance music since its inception. Charivari Detroit is known for showcasing House and Techno fixtures and bringing out new talent from the D. We also invite a diverse group of artists from around the world to enhance our musical presentation. Plus, they host the only all-female DJ scene showcasing female talent. For its 9th year, Charivari Detroit invites house music lovers to experience the VIBE in Detroit on 10 acres of green space for four days. The festival will also feature food trucks from Detroit’s burgeoning restaurant scene, local retailers, a pop-up record store, yoga, and programming focused on entrepreneurship, wellness, and the arts.

Detroit favorites gracing the stage will be the enigmatic Moodymann, father of techno Juan Atkins, and queen bee DJ Minx. Also, legendary Ultra Nate, mixologist Karizma, Lars Behemoth, Jazz House extraordinaire Glenn Underground and many more. Each of the other festivals will have artistic and performative expression both on stage and in VIP activations. Come and discover our VIBE. https://www.charivaridetroit.com

About House in the Park • Atlanta • September 4, 2022

House in the Park is a musical exploration of the soul and a vision to see House Music become a unifying movement, transcending all strata of social and ethnic identification, racial classification, age and lifestyle. DJ Ramon “Rawsoul” Guyton, the visionary behind Rawsoul Entertainment, and Kai Alce, the man behind the NDATL label, started House in the Park in 2005, as a gift to the city and the community that supports the music offering monthly “The Gathering.”

HITP is still Labor Day Sunday weekend and adds much-needed variety to Atlanta’s music scene and features a range of emerging local, regional and international house music talent Guyton, Alce as well as DJ Kemit and Salah Ananse as the Four Horsemen of House make up this iconic line that hasn’t changed in over a decade. Co-founder DJ Ramon Rawsoul, “I orchestrated this effort simply for the joy of bringing my favorite musical genre to life in a tangible and meaningful way.” https://www.houseinthepark.org

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