Music contents – Lotus And Rose http://lotusandrose.com/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 14:02:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://lotusandrose.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/lotus.png Music contents – Lotus And Rose http://lotusandrose.com/ 32 32 Lil Baby delivers a dynamic mix of his greatest hits from the album “It’s Only Me” https://lotusandrose.com/lil-baby-delivers-a-dynamic-mix-of-his-greatest-hits-from-the-album-its-only-me/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 02:54:00 +0000 https://lotusandrose.com/lil-baby-delivers-a-dynamic-mix-of-his-greatest-hits-from-the-album-its-only-me/ Little baby presented their new music on the main stage of the AMAs. On Sunday evening November 20, the Georgian rapper took the stage at the American Music Awards 2022. With the backing of a live band, Baby performed fan-favorite songs “California Breeze” and “In A Minute,” which is the lead single from her new […]]]>

Little baby presented their new music on the main stage of the AMAs.

On Sunday evening November 20, the Georgian rapper took the stage at the American Music Awards 2022. With the backing of a live band, Baby performed fan-favorite songs “California Breeze” and “In A Minute,” which is the lead single from her new album. It is only me. He was one of many artists who dominated the AMAs, including performances by Anita, Baby Rexha, Carrie Underwood, Dove Cameron, GloRilla, imagine Dragons, JID, P!NK, yola, and house DJ D Nice. Stevie Wonder, Ari Lennox, and Charlie Puth, also joined forces for a powerful tribute to the Icon Award winner Lionel Richie.

Baby’s performance comes a month after the release of her third studio album. His latest LP features collaborations with Coming, Nardo Wick, young thug, Friday, Rylo Rodriguez, jeremih, EST Geeand Pooh Shiesty. The LP also includes the production of Murda Beatz, MARS, Wheezy, Bizness Boi, ATL Jacob, Sevn Thomas, Tay Keith and many more. Baby’s projects are supported by the previously released singles “In a Minute” and “Heyy”.

His lively set also comes a week after he was honored with his own day in Atlanta. Atlanta City Councilman Jason Dozier presented him with a proclamation officially declaring November 13 as Dominique “Lil Baby” Jones Day. The proclamation highlighted Baby’s accomplishments in the music industry and his outstanding record of giving back to the community. After the rapper and his mother received the honor, Senator Raphael Warnock approached the podium to congratulate him.

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Niall Horan just showed us his film and there’s a huge surprise https://lotusandrose.com/niall-horan-just-showed-us-his-film-and-theres-a-huge-surprise/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 22:08:00 +0000 https://lotusandrose.com/niall-horan-just-showed-us-his-film-and-theres-a-huge-surprise/ Niall Horan is in its ✨active era✨! The “This Town” singer is taking matters into his own hands when it comes to “hackers,” as seen in a new TikTok posted on Friday (November 18). “Drop some new music or we’ll leak your camera roll,” the video is captioned – a nod to a recent TikTok […]]]>

Niall Horan is in its ✨active era✨!

The “This Town” singer is taking matters into his own hands when it comes to “hackers,” as seen in a new TikTok posted on Friday (November 18). “Drop some new music or we’ll leak your camera roll,” the video is captioned – a nod to a recent TikTok trend where users are sharing photos from their phone’s camera roll that might not bother them if they are accidentally published.

Among these photos is a Half brothers poster in which Niall’s face is hilarious in Photoshop Will Ferrellthe head, a selfie of Niall and Lewis Capaldia close-up of his teeth, a shirtless photo of Niall clearly thinking very hard, a photo of Niall dressed in colorful cycling gear, and a look at the infamous The voice buzzer. There’s another photo at the end of the video, though. For a split second, you can see a screenshot of an audio file titled “01 Niall Horan__H…ster 11-10-22.wav”

Does this mean Niall’s new music is on the way? ! YES! The former One Directioner announced plans to release new music in the new year last month. “I’m back. I have some new music coming in the new year that I’m really proud of, and I appreciate you being so patient with me while I’ve been doing it,” he said. declared. It would be his third studio album, after grief weather in 2020 and his first solo album Sway in 2017.

Fans in the comments of this viral video just can’t wait that long! 🤣 Just six hours after the video was uploaded, over 2.7 million people have seen it, 860,000 of whom have broken the like button.

“THE AUDIO FILE?! LEAK IT YOURSELF,” one fan commented.

“It makes me so happy,” said another.

“you guys are so trending tiktok,” another user said.

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PRESENTATIONS: Meet Hannah Welsh | Community | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music https://lotusandrose.com/presentations-meet-hannah-welsh-community-savannah-news-events-restaurants-music/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 01:06:18 +0000 https://lotusandrose.com/presentations-meet-hannah-welsh-community-savannah-news-events-restaurants-music/ Hannah Welsh spent most of her childhood in Richmond Hill, so much so that she considers it her hometown. It was there that at the age of three, Welsh first discovered her love of dancing, and it was there that she began to develop her skills at studios such as Dancing Unlimited and Kelly and […]]]>

Hannah Welsh spent most of her childhood in Richmond Hill, so much so that she considers it her hometown.

It was there that at the age of three, Welsh first discovered her love of dancing, and it was there that she began to develop her skills at studios such as Dancing Unlimited and Kelly and Company Dance Studio.

These days, however, 18-year-old Welsh is on a bigger stage, performing as one of 18 members of the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes.

And yes, it is the realization of a childhood dream.

“I always wanted to be a Rockette, even when I was a little girl,” said Welsh, who left Richmond Hill after her ninth year at St. Vincent’s Academy when her mother relocated for a job. “I remember coming to New York and seeing the show with my mom and my grandmother, and it was such a great experience. It’s that kind of immersive, magical vacation experience that you can only live in Radio City. I knew then I wanted to do this.

It meant years of hard work, then auditions, and well enough to be invited to the Rockettes Conservatory program, which is described in broadwayworld.com as “a three-week, invitation-only opportunity designed to immerse 20 professionals and pre- professional dancers undergoing intensive training in the basics of Rockette precision technique (tap, jazz and ballet), bodybuilding and choreography from the Rockettes repertoire.

Welsh credits the opportunity for leading her to become a Rockette, and one of only 84 since the precision dance company was founded in 1925 and began performing in 1933.

The Rockettes have been seen by some 69 million people and are almost synonymous with the Christmas holidays, performing at events such as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade.

They were also role models for the Welsh.

“This is an iconic group of strong, powerful, independent women,” she said. “It’s also gratifying because it brings me so much joy to spread so much joy.”

And with that, Welsh has an invitation to expand to the city she still calls home. The Rockettes will be performing at Radio City Music Hall from November 18 to January 2 this holiday season and one of them knows where Richmond Hill is.

“I hope everyone comes to see it,” she said. “Radio City is the only place in the world where you can experience the magic of a Christmas show like this. It’s really not like any other show.

For more information, visit Rockettes.com.

Five questions for Hannah Welsh

1. What is your favorite dish? Mexican. And Italian.

2. Favorite book? “To kill a mockingbird.”

3. Favorite movie? The new Hallmark movie “A Holiday Spectacular” starring the Rockettes. It will premiere on November 27. “It hits really close to home (for Welsh),” she said.

4. Favorite sport: Soccer. Favorite team: Notre Dame. “I have family who graduated from there.”

5. Favorite performer: Mariah Carey.

Originally published in the Bryan County News

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Tigers head to Music City to reconnect with Vanderbilt https://lotusandrose.com/tigers-head-to-music-city-to-reconnect-with-vanderbilt/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 21:48:07 +0000 https://lotusandrose.com/tigers-head-to-music-city-to-reconnect-with-vanderbilt/ History links MEMPHIS, TN – Memphis Tiger Basketball’s scheduled 102nd season begins Monday at 7 p.m. when the Tigers invade Music City to fight Vanderbilt at Memorial Gymnasium. Memphis is coming off a 2022 NCAA Tournament appearance and a 22-11 campaign, and Penny Hardawayit is The team will have a […]]]>

MEMPHIS, TN – Memphis Tiger Basketball’s scheduled 102nd season begins Monday at 7 p.m. when the Tigers invade Music City to fight Vanderbilt at Memorial Gymnasium.

Memphis is coming off a 2022 NCAA Tournament appearance and a 22-11 campaign, and Penny Hardawayit is The team will have a new look this season despite returning two starters and seven winners. The Tigers have brought a wealth of experience with eight new players this offseason, six of whom were Division I transfers.


The newcomer’s gem is Kendric Davis of SMU, which most national experts considered the best transfer of the portal. Davis is a two-time American Athletic Conference first-team selection and the reigning AAC Player of the Year after averaging 19.4 points (1st AAC), 4.4 assists (3rd AAC), 3.8 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game.


Davis earned a number of preseason accolades, including being named to the NABC Player of the Year and Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year watch lists. He was also named a Preseason All-American by a host of publications, including Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, CBS Sports and Stadium, while Dick Vitale named him to his All-Rolls Royce team.


The Tigers were chosen to finish second in the 2022-23 American Athletic Conference preseason coaches poll, just behind Houston, a participant in the 2022 Elite Eight, to whom the Tiger fell in the championship game of the AAC.


Memphis and Vanderbilt haven’t met on the court since March 23, 2005, when the two teams met in the third round of the National Invitational Tournament in Bluff City. The Tigers picked up an 81-68 victory behind by Rodney Carney night at 26 points and Darius Washington 23 points and 7 assists. The Commodores’ last win in the series came on November 21, 1997 in Nashville by a score of 86-77.


Monday’s lid lifter is the first true road game to open a season for Memphis since the 1992-93 campaign when the Tigers lost an 81-76 decision to Arkansas in Fayetteville on Dec. 2, 1992.
The Tigers will stay on the road next week with a trip to the Show-Me State on Nov. 15 to take on St. Louis at 8 p.m. on CBS Sports Network. They will then return to Memphis for the home opener at FedExForum on Nov. 20 against VCU.

Season tickets for all 15 home games are available at GoTigersGo.comwith a mobile pass allowing fans to experience a different location for each game starting at $99.



GAME DETAILS
Memphis Tigers (0-0) vs. Vanderbilt Commodores (0-0)
Monday, November 7, 2022 | 7 p.m. CT
Memorial Gymnasium (14,316); Nashville, Tennessee.

Television: SECN+ (Andrew Allegretta, pxp; Drew Maddux, analysis)

Radio: 98.9 THE MEMPHIS ROAR (Dave Woloshin, pxp; Matt Dillon, analysis)

Live statistics: HERE

IN NUMBERS

  • 28.1: Memphis’ return scoring percentage from a season ago, including just one of its top seven scorers, as well as 38.5% of its rebounds.
  • 15.1: Percentage of Memphis’ returning three-point production in 2022-23, just 31 of the Tigers’ 205 last season.
  • seven: The number of transfer additions to the roster this season, six of which were imported from Division I programs. The Tigers have lost nine players in total from the 2021-22 roster.
  • 878: The combined number of Division I games this roster has among 13 players. Nine of them have played more than 50 games in their careers, with three of them having at least 110 games under their belt.
  • 3: Programs across the country have won at least 18 games in each of the past 22 seasons from 2000-01 (MemphisKansas, Gonzaga).

THE LAST TIME

  • The Tigers fell to No. 1 Gonzaga 82-78 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Portland, Oregon on March 19, 2022.
  • It was the program’s first trip to the big dance since 2014 and on the 27e appearance all the time. The Tigers are 35-27 in those appearances.
  • DeAndre Williams led the Tigers with 14 points against the Zags to go along with seven rebounds.
  • Tyler Harris added 13 points after going 6 of 6 from the free throw line.
  • Lester Quinone finished with 10 points, five rebounds and three under in 28 minutes.
  • Jalen Duren found himself at fault, totaling just seven points and seven boards in 19 minutes.

NOTING THE COMMODORES

  • Vanderbilt returns three starters in Jordan Wright, Quentin Millora-Brown, and Myles Stute.
  • The Commodores also welcome back two other players who started at least 10 games a season ago in Tyrin Lawrence and Liam Robin.
  • Wright, the 2021-22 SEC Researcher-Athlete of the Year, led the team with 6.4 rebounds (11e SEC) and finished second on the team with 12.3 points per game.
  • Stute is back for his junior season after leading the SEC in 3-point shooting (43.2%).
  • Twice selected to the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Center of the Year Award preseason watch list (2021, 2022), Robbins returns for his senior season after suffering an injury last year.
  • Vandy returns 61.1 percent of his scoring and 68.0 percent of his rebound from a team that finished 19-17 last season, earning a trip to the NIT quarterfinals.

HOW TO FOLLOW THE TIGERS:

For complete Memphis Tiger Men’s Basketball information, visit www.GoTigersGo.com and follow the team’s social media at TwitterInstagram and Facebook.


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Streaming on the rise for CS:GO, Overwatch https://lotusandrose.com/streaming-on-the-rise-for-csgo-overwatch/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 23:31:31 +0000 https://lotusandrose.com/streaming-on-the-rise-for-csgo-overwatch/ Trackhouse Racing’s Ross Chastain credited a maneuver he used in NASCAR 2005 for the Nintendo GameCube with his finish at Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race in Martinsville that propelled him into the last four for that championship race. weekend in Phoenix. According to The NPD Group, a much younger Chastain was one of less than […]]]>

Trackhouse Racing’s Ross Chastain credited a maneuver he used in NASCAR 2005 for the Nintendo GameCube with his finish at Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race in Martinsville that propelled him into the last four for that championship race. weekend in Phoenix. According to The NPD Group, a much younger Chastain was one of less than 100,000 people who purchased a copy of this game for Nintendo’s platform. — Jason Wilson

ESL Faceit Group delivered on its promise to bring a major Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to Brazil, and Twitch viewership for the start of the event reflected pent-up demand in South America’s largest country.

The Intel Extreme Masters Rio Major 2022, which began Monday and ends on November 13, sold out, received a boost from Brazilian esports legend Alexandre “Gaules” Borba, who co-streamed the event on Twitch, with its broadcasts averaging around 100,000 viewers and peaking at over 350,000, according to data from Esports Charts. This has helped the event reach an average of 450,000 viewers so far, peaking around 752,000 on October 31. July’s IEM Cologne Major averaged 276,763 viewers during its broadcast, peaking at 1,249,426 viewers for FaZe Clan’s win over Natus Vincere.

Although it got off to a solid start, the CS:GO Major now faces fierce competition this weekend in the League of Legends World Championship (Twitch) and at the end of the Overwatch League Finals (YouTube).

The OWL Finals average is over 192,000 viewers and peaked at over 280,000 on Wednesday, compared to an average of 84,631 viewers and a peak of 134,320 in 2021.League of Legends Worlds is still performing well, averaging over 864,000 viewers (up from 1,298,219 in 2021) as the league prepares to crown its champion on Saturday. — Kevin Hitt

Fans pack the arena at IEM Rio, the first Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major in Brazil

Adela Sznajder/ESPAT

Receiving the release of new Overwatch and Call of Duty games is likely a good sign for Activision Blizzard’s franchise esports leagues.

There is already evidence of greater interest in the Overwatch League, as the Nov. 2 playoff game between the San Francisco Shock and the Shanghai Dragons peaked at just over 280,000 viewers, the highest number ever. since the league moved to YouTube in 2020. That’s also nearly 100,000 more than the Grand Finals in 2020. This OWL figure comes after Activision released the game’s latest iteration, Overwatch 2, to the public. October 4. OWL chief Sean Miller told SBJ that his outfit “couldn’t be happier.”

Activision will be looking to repeat that streaming success when Call of Duty League returns on December 15. any core Call of Duty game, topping 2011’s Modern Warfare II ($650 million). — Hunter Cooke


Driven by the launches of FIFA 23 and Madden 23 in the third quarter, Electronic Arts reported quarterly net income of $299 million for the three months ended September 30. The EA Player Network has grown to over 600 million active accounts, with over 200 million players engaged with EA Sports games.

This growth was fueled by the most successful launch in FIFA franchise history, which saw 10.3 million players play the new FIFA 23 in the first week. Additionally, engagement with the game is enhanced by people watching others play the game. EA CEO Andrew Wilson said that “we get 2 billion or 3 billion hours of gameplay in FIFA per year, and we get almost as much from watching FIFA gameplay.”

EA completes its content strategy for the FIFA franchise with a mobile and online version, which mainly targets overseas markets. Like the franchise’s main game, the two additional releases have contributed to EA’s growth with daily and monthly active users for FIFA Mobile (75% outside of North America and Europe) more than doubled compared to last year and FIFA Online recorded a record performance in Asia. .

But the launch of FIFA 23 marks the end of an era, as it will be the franchise’s last title under EA’s auspices, with FIFA ending its long-standing deal with EA. The publisher will continue to build a football title, looking to rebrand its franchise as EA Sports FC in 2023. — Tobias Seck

Jack Grealish is among the popular players in FIFA’s lucrative Ultimate Team mode

EA Sports

SBJ for its magazine cover story this week delved into the bottomless coffers of the Saudi Public Investment Fund, and a space that is already seeing massive disruption of such funds in esports.

Saudi Arabia has made significant investments in some companies – and outright acquired others. By “investing to elevate the Kingdom and elevate the world”, as it said in a recent statement, Saudi Arabia is trying to show that it can be the center of technological progress, including gaming and esports. .

Last month, the Saudi Esports Federation announced that it was joining the country’s Vision 2030, with the aim of investing $38 billion to become a global hub for esports and gaming. PIF, through Savvy Gaming Group, has already invested over $1 billion in esports and gaming and now has the largest tournament organization through its ESL Faceit group.

Savvy Gaming Group’s investments include:

  • ESL Faceit Group: This $1.5 billion acquisition brought together three of the largest esports tournament organizers under one roof, becoming the largest of its kind in the industry. ESL, Faceit and DreamHack (an ESL property) have regularly hosted the most prestigious tournaments and leagues in the world, including major tournaments for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2.
  • Embracer Group: Savvy invested $1 billion in the Swedish video game and media company in June, which itself has made a slew of acquisitions in recent years. Embracer has acquired companies such as Gearbox Entertainment (Borderlands series), Coffee Stain (Valheim, Goat Simulator) and THQ Nordic, and now owns over 100 game studios with over 200 games in development.
  • Nintendo: Savvy said it bought a 5% stake in the company (valued at $1 billion) “for investment purposes”.

Beyond Savvy, the PIF has its own investments, such as an estimated 5% stake in Capcom (Street Fighter series) and around 5% in Nexon (another video game publisher). Each of these investments is also said to be worth just over $1 billion. — Kevin Hitt


  • Neymar Jr. content is coming to PUBG with its next update, November 9 for PC and November 17 for consoles. This includes personalized billboards, soccer boards, and special care packages themed around the Brazilian soccer star.
  • 2K Games has added “Ballin” by rapper A Boogie wit da Hoodie (Julius Dubose) to NBA 2K23 from his upcoming album, Me vs. Myself. Musicians have coveted spots in games like NBA 2K and Madden NFL, which provide a new platform for people to experience their music.
  • Team Vitality has released a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive heavy metal song, Metality, featuring Matt “Kichi Chaos” Heafy and music label Nuclear Blast. It is the first song of a long-term collaboration between Nuclear Blast and Team Vitality.


  • Chris Ross is the new global head of event marketing at Riot Games, arriving after more than two years as director of experiential marketing at Activision.
  • Wyatt Chamlin has been named publisher and head of partnerships at Belong Gaming.
  • Mobile Global Esports, which runs a platform for college esports in India, has hired event producer Kim Meltzer as managing director.
  • Ninja in Pajamas has a new deal with FILA for game-themed sportswear.
  • Populous has officially introduced one of its latest college projects, the Butler Esports Park, which is a 7,500 square foot space at Indianapolis’ Big East School.
  • Riot Games is hosting 50 students and staff from the Bay Area nonprofit Gameheads at this weekend’s League of Legends World Championships at the Chase Center in San Francisco. Gameheads gives low-income youth laptops, tablets, and other software and technology to learn game development.
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A Reflection on Some of the Best Horror Movie Scores in Film History | Music News | Spokane | Interior of the Pacific Northwest https://lotusandrose.com/a-reflection-on-some-of-the-best-horror-movie-scores-in-film-history-music-news-spokane-interior-of-the-pacific-northwest/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 08:34:51 +0000 https://lotusandrose.com/a-reflection-on-some-of-the-best-horror-movie-scores-in-film-history-music-news-spokane-interior-of-the-pacific-northwest/ Click to enlarge Michael Meyers wouldn’t be the same without John Carpenter’s iconic and chilling score. Eearlier this year in the pages of Interior, I wrote about how so-called “elevated” horror films had begun to claim their place in the landscape of summer blockbusters. But now that this spooky season is in […]]]>

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Michael Meyers wouldn’t be the same without John Carpenter’s iconic and chilling score.

Eearlier this year in the pages of Interior, I wrote about how so-called “elevated” horror films had begun to claim their place in the landscape of summer blockbusters. But now that this spooky season is in full swing, thrillers, slashers, monster movies and the like have risen from their coffins to dominate pop culture for a month. A crucial element of any effective horror film – quite possibly to a greater degree than any other cinematic genre – is a hard-hitting score. The best of the best sticks to the viewer like so many gallons of Kensington Gore (aka fake blood) long after a first watch. So it was the perfect time to explore some of the most iconic horror soundtracks of all time, as well as some underrated gems.

Let’s get rid of the classics first. Sometimes the strength of a score is in the simplicity of its leitmotif – melodies so iconic they transcend the films themselves and tattoo themselves onto the universal psyche. Take, for example, John Williams’ brilliant two-note economic terror Jaws score or the howling violins of the score for solo strings by Bernard Herrmann in the 1960s psychologywhich syncs perfectly with the visuals of Janet Leigh’s excessive stabbing during the infamous shower sequence.

When polymath horror legend John Carpenter first sat down in front of his synthesizer in the late 1970s to compose the haunting, repetitive score for his seminal slasher film Halloween, the music’s lack of ostentation was as much due to his limited means as a scrappy independent filmmaker as to his creative intent. What he landed on was a barebones 5/4 melody his father had taught him as a child, which will now forever be synonymous with late-night heebie-jeebies. This month, Carpenter revisits the unforgettable score via the recent Halloween endswho supposedly serves as the long-running franchise’s capper (proven to be as unkillable as the bogeyman himself, Michael Myers).

The brilliant ’70s horror scores don’t stop there, though. At the start of the decade, acclaimed composer Ennio Morricone took the brilliant step of contrasting the sexualized violence depicted on screen in Dario Argento The bird with crystal plumage (a signature entry into the Italian giallo horror subgenre) with a surprisingly beautiful and innocent theme. freddie and every other subsequent horror film that weaponized childish falsettos owes a debt to the late maestro.

“When I think of the scores that scare me the most, it’s the ones with scary children singing,” says Colleen O’Holleran, who programs the “WTF” series (Weird, Terrifying, Fantastic) for the International Film Festival. from Seattle. .

Later in the 1970s, Argento recruited the progressive rock band Goblin (with whom he had already collaborated on another famous giallo film, Dark red) for the soundtrack of its sumptuous and wizarding Suspiria. It’s a score that is sometimes whimsical, sometimes discordant, and splashed with warbling synths.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre boasts an equally idiosyncratic score composed by its writer/director Tobe Hooper and Wayne Bell. Barely musical, it’s an experimental, macabre collage of sound effects, ambient noise and creaking drones of concrete music (music composed from the sounds of the raw material).

Special mention should also be given to the dizzying “ch ch ch ah ah ah” of the Friday 13 candor, which was so indelible that I (and presumably many others) was mocked by it on the playgrounds of my childhood. Apparently, the iconic noise resulted from composer Harry Manfredini sublimating the phrase “Kill his mama” (as spoken by Pamela Vorhees, the assassin from the franchise’s first film) into its most rudimentary syllabic form.

Jumping in time and offering a refined contrast, candy man (1992) exists on the more cosmopolitan side of the horror landscape with a score by hugely influential and adored composer Philip Glass. (Although when asked about the music of candy manGlass’s tone is generally dismissive, unworthy of its masterful fusion of elegiac pianos, soaring choirs and cascading pipe organs.)

Mrecent efforts within the genre also deserves its moment to shine in the moonlight. In 2018, director Luca Guadagnino released a controversial remake of Suspiria, which altered the setting and themes of the original and whitewashed all of Argento’s signature vibrancy. To accompany this radical and more subdued reinterpretation, Guadagnino’s film needed a radically different sound palette to accompany it. To meet this challenge, the director called on Thom Yorke from Radiohead. Yorke’s Suspiria the score is subdued instead of splashy and exudes the kind of minimalist melancholy that characterizes many of his solo releases.

At the other end of the sonic spectrum is Cliff Martinez’s score for 2016’s vicious and opulent satire of the fashion industry, The neon demon. Like his previous collaborations with the divisive Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn (ConductThe soundtrack to ranked #19 on Fork‘s “50 Greatest Film Scores of All Time”), the critically acclaimed score is heavy on atmospheric synth sounds, but features an added injection of throbbing club music beats; he proudly wears his electronic musical influences on his high fashion sleeve. Fascinating, Refn had cut The neon demon to a temporary score of compositions by psychology composer Herrmann, but Martinez wisely ignored this completely and followed his own impulses to great effect.

There are far too many quality horror scores to give them all proper recognition, let alone great needlepoint horror soundtracks. You’ll never hear “Hip to be Square” or “Blue Moon” again after watching American psycho and the lycanthrope transformation scene in An American werewolf in London.

Obviously, there are many directions a composer can (and should!) take when composing a horror film. The best stand out from the rest of the (were)wolf pack by their innovation, their ability to make the most of the sometimes limited resources at their disposal, and their willingness to take risks. Others help ground the viewer in a character’s perspective, whether it’s the archetypal final girl or the antagonist stalking the film’s footage.

As O’Holleran says, “In terms of memorable horror movie scores, they work best when they subconsciously connect you to the character.”

The beautiful thing about the horror genre is how wildly divergent it can be adapted. Don’t be afraid to have your Halloween party playlist reflect this diversity. ♦

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Social Media and Content Manager (Paternity leave – 5 month contract) https://lotusandrose.com/social-media-and-content-manager-paternity-leave-5-month-contract/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 01:14:06 +0000 https://lotusandrose.com/social-media-and-content-manager-paternity-leave-5-month-contract/ Sony Music Entertainment Australia is home to the world’s biggest and brightest local and international artists, and we’re looking for a talented social media and content manager and (music fanatic!) to join our passionate team in the Sydney office located on Gadigal Land, whose traditional custodians are the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. In […]]]>

Sony Music Entertainment Australia is home to the world’s biggest and brightest local and international artists, and we’re looking for a talented social media and content manager and (music fanatic!) to join our passionate team in the Sydney office located on Gadigal Land, whose traditional custodians are the Gadigal people of the Eora nation.

In this role, the Social Media and Content Manager will be responsible for audience growth and engagement results through social media and content strategies and executions.

What you will do:

  • This role is part of the core work team, working on a host of our Australian artists, as well as international and key commercial projects.
  • Develop and deliver end-to-end social media and content strategies, creative ideas and executions for your own artist roster and other projects, based on primary goals and campaign audience targets.
  • Build and maintain direct relationships with artists, managers, partners, agencies and other stakeholders relevant to your role.
  • Work closely with the Senior Digital and Audience Development Manager to develop social and content strategies to support CRM efforts.
  • Develop and execute influencer marketing opportunities and engagements for our artists, in collaboration with our agency support for execution.
  • Measurement, reporting, optimization of social and content campaigns.
  • Thought Leadership – stay on top and ahead of all social media and platforms for current content, products, features and trends to better educate and identify opportunities for our artists and our business, to achieve relevant goals.

Who are you:

  • min. 3 years of direct experience in social media and content, preferably in the music industry.
  • An expert understanding of how each social media channel works and how to plan content so it speaks to relevant target audiences on those channels.
  • Experience in formulating and delivering social media and content strategies for musicians and/or entertainment products is an advantage.
  • A strong aptitude for self-learning and the ability to stay on top of and gain expertise in emerging social media channels, new features, trends and market movements.
  • Excellent communication, attention to detail and interpersonal skills.
  • Passion and love for music and the music industry!
  • Excellent skills in the MS Office suite.
  • Excellent Photoshop/Canva/Content Creation skills.

About Us

At Sony Music, we fuel the creative journey, and we love you to be part of it!

In 60 countries, we have played a pioneering role in music history, from the very first music label to the invention of the flat disc record. We’ve trained some of music’s most iconic artists and produced some of the most influential recordings of all time.

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All the best moments from the iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina 2022 https://lotusandrose.com/all-the-best-moments-from-the-iheartradio-fiesta-latina-2022/ Sun, 16 Oct 2022 04:09:00 +0000 https://lotusandrose.com/all-the-best-moments-from-the-iheartradio-fiesta-latina-2022/ It was an epic night in Miami on Saturday, October 15 as the 2022 iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina presented by the JUVÉDERM® collection of fillers turned up the heat at the FTX Arena. The megastar lineup brought its best to the annual festival, including performances by farruko, Nicky Jam, Jhay Cortez, Becky G, Myke towers, Manuel […]]]>

It was an epic night in Miami on Saturday, October 15 as the 2022 iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina presented by the JUVÉDERM® collection of fillers turned up the heat at the FTX Arena.

The megastar lineup brought its best to the annual festival, including performances by farruko, Nicky Jam, Jhay Cortez, Becky G, Myke towers, Manuel Turizo, Fat Joe and DJ Adoni plus a special performance by iHeartRadio award winner Corazón Enrique Iglesias. Hosted by Enrique Santospresident and creative director of iHeartLatino and on-air talent at iHeartRadio, the 2022 festival celebrated Latin music’s impact on pop culture with incredible sets.

From Turizo’s groovy opening set to DJ Adoni’s closing performance, the night was filled with must-see moments that will give you some serious FOMO. Keep reading to see all the best moments you may have missed during the epic iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina 2022.

Manuel Turizo set the tone for the evening with a groovy set

Manuel Turizo opened the show with some of his greatest hits, his groove setting the tone for the rest of the evening. The Colombian singer, who rocked a matching colorful shirt-short combo to ward off the Miami heat, represented his home country with the Colombian flag displayed prominently on stage.

Myke Towers turned up the heat

Myke Towers brought the beats during his thrilling set at iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina 2022. Keeping his all-white shorts and hoodie outfit simple, the Puerto Rican rapper let his lyrics shine, reverberating around the arena as his backup dancers were showing off their best moves. Towers got the audience working, dancing and singing while shining his phone on the stage, dotting the crowd with bright lights.

Jhayco had all eyes on him in a mesmerizing performance

A gripping slow groove quickly caught the arena’s attention to introduce all of Jhayco’s backup dancers before he finally landed on stage for a performance of a few fan-favorite hits, starting with “Tarot”, one of his many duets with bad bunny which the Puerto Rican singer-rapper performed throughout the night. He also treated the crowd to “Fiel”, “Ley Seca”, “No Me Conoce”, and “Dakiti”. Just before leaving the stage, he also made a fan’s night out by grabbing his phone and taking a selfie.

Enrique Iglesias brought the energy with an exciting set

Cheers erupted in the arena as Enrique Iglesias took the stage, swelling the crowd as he dragged them into some of his biggest hits, including ‘I Like It’ and ‘Bailando’, in which he became very intimate with the stage, much to the delight of the audience. Even when the song was over, he kept the music going as he dragged the crowd into even more cheers and a call and response of “Oh oh ohs”.

Iglesias also received the iHeartRadio Corazón Latino Award, which recognizes an individual who exemplifies their big heart through selfless work that improves the lives of the Latino community and beyond.

Becky G’s moves were fire

Becky G kicked off her hot set, showing off her fiery moves in a sultry performance of “Fulanito” before moving on to new hits like “BUEN DIA” and “BAILÉ CON MI EX” as well as older favorites like “Mayores. and “Shower.” Looking stunning in a blue bejeweled cut-out bodysuit and baggy blue pants, she cast a knowing look over her shoulder as she moved on to her latest song, “MAMII.” Her powerful voice shone throughout as she danced around the stage, making the crowd jump to the steady beats.

Fat Joe released all the hits

Fat Joe started strong with “Lean Back”, bringing the crowd back to the start with the 2004 hit before going back even further with “What’s Luv”. The crowd shouted as he boasted of being “All The Way Up”, knowing that “nothing can stop me”, before ending his set with the triumphant triumph “All I Do Is Win”, the public going wild as they all threw their hands in the air.

Nicky Jam knows how to work a scene

Nicky Jam worked on stage as well as the crowd, hitting all the favorites – from “X” and “E l Perdón” to “Hasta el amanecer”, “El Amante” and “La combi completa” – as he danced with sound dancers in front of a colorful screen.

Farruko wowed the crowd with an energetic set

Farruko upped the already high energy at the Miami arena, setting off some smoke machines that perfectly accentuated the upbeat performance of some of his big hits. Supported by dancers dressed in lime green jumpsuits bringing their best moves, the Puerto Rican singer-rapper strutted across the stage as the crowd spoke out with every word. He was even joined by a special guest: DJ Adoni, another performer from iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina.

DJ Adoni closed the show doing what he does best

Minutes after joining Farruko on stage during his energetic set, DJ Adoni, sporting a shaved red heart on the top of his forehead, showed off his own hype skills, making the crowd jump to his feet, singing and dancing with his mixes.

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Orland Park police say resident blasts vulgar music at loud playground https://lotusandrose.com/orland-park-police-say-resident-blasts-vulgar-music-at-loud-playground/ Mon, 10 Oct 2022 21:53:49 +0000 https://lotusandrose.com/orland-park-police-say-resident-blasts-vulgar-music-at-loud-playground/ For now, things are quiet in the neighborhood next to Prairie Elementary School in Orland Park, where a noise dispute involving the school and a village resident is being arbitrated by the chief of police. The dispute centers on a playground project that Orland Elementary District 135 undertook two years ago that incorporated musical instruments […]]]>

For now, things are quiet in the neighborhood next to Prairie Elementary School in Orland Park, where a noise dispute involving the school and a village resident is being arbitrated by the chief of police.

The dispute centers on a playground project that Orland Elementary District 135 undertook two years ago that incorporated musical instruments placed in an area of ​​the school’s playground.

A nearby resident has since tried to convince district officials to remove the instruments, saying they are hurting the family’s quality of life, according to Chief Eric Rossi.

In recent weeks, the resident began playing loud music that “included songs with vulgar content and language clearly unsuitable for children,” according to the chef.

The district subsequently removed the musical instrument elements except for a bell, but the basic structures remain, Rossi said in a letter to families of Prairie students.

On Monday, three basic structures for what appear to have been percussion instruments remained, along with an instrument that looks like a xylophone but lacks the mallets to play it.

Rossi said in the letter that he was mediating discussions between the landlord and school staff.

A temporary peace has been reached, with the owner unplugging loud music while the district “considers a proposed compromise resolution,” Rossi wrote.

“Progress is being made in this dispute, and I hope a permanent solution can be found in the very near future,” he wrote.

The leader wrote that a “win-win resolution is within reach”.

Prairie Playground, 14200 S. 82nd Ave., is close to the backyards of some of the homes in Streamstown Court, where the resident involved in the dispute lives, and runs parallel to 82nd Avenue.

A resident of Streamstown Court, who asked not to be identified by name, said on Monday she was not particularly bothered by sounds coming from the playground.

“I can hear it if I’m outside, but that’s about it,” she said. “I haven’t thought about it much, but I can understand that other people might be upset.”

What irritated him was the loud music one of his neighbors was playing in retaliation.

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“You can’t really call it music in my opinion,” she said. “It was just awful.”

The backyards of the houses are near a playground at Prairie Elementary School in Orland Park.

In his letter, Rossi said his department had, prior to mediation efforts, been “called to the area on multiple occasions” for noise complaints about loud music.

He said a meter was used to measure the volume of music coming from the property, and each time a level was tested, the noise recorded below limits set by village code.

The chief said the village has no authority “to regulate the location of playground equipment and/or its use at Prairie Elementary School or to require the school board to take specific action to this regard”.

Rossi did not respond to a message left Monday requesting additional information about the ongoing dispute.

A school district spokeswoman did not respond to an email seeking comment. District schools were not in session Monday.

mnolan@tribpub.com

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Joey Ramone’s Estate Sells Music Edition for Millions https://lotusandrose.com/joey-ramones-estate-sells-music-edition-for-millions/ Fri, 07 Oct 2022 17:14:00 +0000 https://lotusandrose.com/joey-ramones-estate-sells-music-edition-for-millions/ Joey RamoneThe estate of sold his music edition for $10 million. According rolling stone, the deal was part of a larger partnership between independent publisher Primary Wave Music and investment firm Brookfield Asset Management worth $2 billion. Primary Wave Muisc also obtained non-exclusive rights to use Ramone’s name and likeness in the deal. “I am […]]]>

Joey RamoneThe estate of sold his music edition for $10 million. According rolling stone, the deal was part of a larger partnership between independent publisher Primary Wave Music and investment firm Brookfield Asset Management worth $2 billion. Primary Wave Muisc also obtained non-exclusive rights to use Ramone’s name and likeness in the deal.

“I am pleased to welcome Primary Wave as a partner in my brother’s interests in Ramones“, Joey Ramone’s brother, Mitchel Hyman, said in a statement. “I am deeply convinced of their eagerness to carry on his legacy and their sincerity in doing so in a way that will never compromise his credibility. I really look forward to working with them.

“Joey Ramone was a total original – his songwriting, style and voice are undeniably unique and instantly recognizable even today,” said Lexi Todd, vice president, business and legal affairs at Primary Wave Music, in a statement. “A counterculture icon and driving force behind punk rock, Ramones demonstrated first-hand the power of music to influence culture and built a foundation that has influenced decades of musicians.”

Joey was the lead singer and founding member of Ramones. He co-wrote some of the band’s best-known songs, including “I Wanna Be Sedated”, “Judy Is a Punk”, “Beat on the Brat”, “Do You Remember Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio?” and “Rock n’ Roll High School”. Following his death in 2001, a pair of posthumous solo albums were also released.

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