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It is no secret that the majority of musical artists and bands thrive on touring and performing live to earn a livelihood. This is particularly true of music acts that rose to prominence in yesteryea...
26
Nov 2020
This album review is by guest blogger David Tudor In 2018, Aussie pop queen Kylie Minogue‘s chronological milestone (she turned 50) almost coincided with a professional milestone – in the...
7
Nov 2020
This album review is by guest blogger Matt Brown It’s no secret that 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic have heightened collective isolation exponentially. That same sense of loneliness has been wei...
1
Nov 2020
The late 80s spawned a host of music acts that fell within the rather short-lived (at least in the musical mainstream) genre popularly referred to as “sophisti-pop”. Despite the ephemeral nature ...
14
Aug 2020
Our last few posts on the Radio Crème Brulee blog section have been devoted to how artists and bands are reinventing their outreach to fans in the midst of the global Covid19 pandemic. Many have hit...
6
Jun 2020
When we launched Radio Crème Brulee (the global online radio broadcast station that is blog is attached to), in early 2007, it was in response to American terrestrial radio’s increasingly overt ag...
2
Jun 2020
During Advertising Week 2014, I had the privilege of attending what I consider to be a priceless event – a conversation between Pandora founder Tim Westergren and legendary hit producer Nile Ro...
26
May 2020
Pleasant surprises at a time underscored by anxiety, uncertainty, social isolation (for many), claustrophobia (due to stay-at-home orders to varying degrees across the world), and economic hardship h...
13
May 2020
This album review is by guest blogger Michael Armond Bat For Lashes (aka Natasha Khan) has always been an outlier in the indie songscape. Tending to play in the borderlands, she has created a niche so...
6
Sep 2019
This album review is co-written with John Grove and David Tudor In 2008, Hertfordshire (UK) natives Friendly Fires emerged with a self-titled debut album that brimmed with delectable hooks over carniv...
16
Aug 2019