On Monday, rapper Kendrick Lamar won the Pulitzer Prize for music.
It doesn’t matter how fondly you remember that time when Dave Grohl threw a water bottle on your head, this guy has topped your best concert experience tenfold.
Australian artist, Vera Blue, is not only smashing it on the Aussie music scene at the moment, she’s also getting recognised for her lyrics of female empowerment and self-love. Needless ..
When Dutch musician Dotan settled into his long-haul flight, he found he was very familiar with his fellow passenger’s music taste. The girl sat next to her favourite musician for … Read more The post Girl has no idea she’s listening to the music of the guy sat next to her on a long-haul flight appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people .
Take a bow, Splendour In The Grass – you’ve outdone yourself. The line-up for 2018’s iteration of the Byron Bay festival was released this morning and it is an absolute … Read more The post The Splendour In The Grass Lineup is out and oh my good lord appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people
A single from Fleetwood Mac’s album “Rumours” has returned to the Billboard charts thanks to a tweet. Written by rock ‘n’ roll Goddess Stevie Nicks, “Dreams” was the band’s only … Read more The post A single Tweet has put a 1977 Fleetwood Mac song back in the charts appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people .
Movie translations can often be frustrating, to bilingual viewers. A lot of the time not only the text but the context of a scene or line is so lost in …
As it turns out, going to concerts doesn’t just make you feel alive, these events actually keep you alive. According to a new study, just attending a gig for 20 … Read more The post Attending concerts can help you live longer, says science appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people .
This ping pong table sure has a more active social life than mine. In his series, entitled TTP, photographer Tomiyasu Hayahisa captures the (oddly fascinating) everyday life of a ping …
It’s difficult to do a cover song right, but U.S. metalcore band Bad Wolves has received mass praise for their cover of The Cranberries’ 1994 hit “Zombie”