Midnight in the semi-darkness of a nightclub. You’re sitting on a stool, effortlessly leaning against the bar.
As its popularity in America began to decline, disco-fever raged in 1980s India largely thanks to Bollywood’s infatuation with the genre.
Under a cryptic pseudonym, the New York producer Daniel Lopatin has invented a certain style of contemporary electronic music that feeds on the past without ever becoming overly nostalgic.
Our three-playlist series ‘Birdsong’ is a journey following the many influences of birds throughout the history of music. This is the first episode: From love to death.
A celebration of the music that accompanied hundreds of cop shows and films from the 50s to the 70s.
The unsettling and groovy soundtracks that defined 1970s Italian trademark horror genre: Giallo.
A familiar reminder that happiness can be found anytime, even when the sky is grey.
At the turn of the ’70s, a new kinky playfulness begins to appear in the arts throughout Europe.
This is a movie for your imagination to watch as it wishes. In fact, you’re starring in it.
"When the inexpressible had to be expressed, Shakespeare laid down his pen and called for music", Aldous Huxley in Music at Night.
"May God keep us safe from the bad neighbor, and from the novice violinist," says an Italian proverb.
This playlist focuses on composers' final works: complete or not, abandoned or interrupted by the very death of their authors.
Michel Legrand played the full spectrum of feelings in the same way he played the full scale of the 88 black and white keys.
1968 continues to resonate as a landmark year for rock, pop and soul. Discover our best singles of the year.
The end is not limited to inescapable and final death. There are other kinds of endings, when we say goodbye or farewell, we leave one another, we depart.