News featuring Heart

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’15 May 22 Fri

Friday 22nd May

  • The Future Of Cardiology Will Be Shown In 3-D

    The Living Heart Project aims to create a detailed simulation of the human heart that doctors and engineers can use to test experimental treatments and interventions.

    Read the complete article at www.npr.org

  • Thom Yorke Creates 18-Day Ambient Soundtrack for Art Exhibit

    Eat your heart out, the Flaming Lips. While the Oklahoma band famously recorded a 24-hour song a few years ago, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has now one-upped them by putting together an ambient soundtrack for an art exhibit that lasts for 18 days. The art exhibit, entitled The Panic Office, is by Stanley Donwood, who has served as Radiohead's primary visual collaborator since the '90s. (He's also done the art for Yorke's solo work and Atoms for Peace.) The Panic Office opened yesterday (May 21) at Carriageworks in Sydney Australia, and it runs until June 6. There are...

    Read the complete article at exclaim.ca

’15 May 21 Thu

Thursday 21st May

  • Burt Bacharach: Marlene Dietrich’s music sucked! But I liked her

    The veteran songwriter and singer talks about the perfectionism that created hits, driving singers crazy, working with Noel Gallagher – and not working with Sinatra

    Hi Burt! How are you?

    Read the complete article at feeds.theguardian.com

  • The Shoe Birds - "You Leave Me Blind" (audio) (Premiere)

    With a little Skynyrd in the guitar and a lot of heart in its anthemic chorus, "You Leave Me Blind" finds MIssissippi's the Shoe Birds delivering an earnest slice of country rock.

    Songs about breakups are a dime a dozen, but there's a reason why that's the case: it's a powerful universal emotion that has a million different angles to it. No one song can be all-encompassing in its examination of the lovelorn state. Mississippi's own the Shoe Birds know this, and for their take on heartbreak, "You Leave Me Blind" they craft an anthemic, driving pop/rock number that culminates in its sing-along ready chorus. "You Leave…

    Read the complete article at www.popmatters.com

  • Demi Lovato Wants Sam Smith To Fix A Heart

    Read the complete article at www.contactmusic.com

’15 May 20 Wed

Wednesday 20th May

’15 May 19 Tue

Tuesday 19th May

  • The Catenary Wires (mems Heavenly/Talulah Gosh) ready debut LP, playing free show at Rough Trade before Popfest

    by Bill Pearis

    Amelia Fletcher and Rob Pursey are indiepop icons who have been at the heart of much-loved groups such as Talulah Gosh, Heavenly, Marine Research, and Tender Trap. Their latest musical venture is The Catenary Wires. Where previous bands have been decidedly poppy and brash, The Catenary Wires make melancholic folk, but still with their knack for melodies. Their debut, Red Red Skies, will be out June 1 via Matinee/Elefant and we've got the premiere of the video for "Throw Another Love Song on the Fire." Amelia and Rob say "we thought we'd celebrate [the new album] by destroying our very first guitar." Check it out (warning: "mild axe violence"), and stream a couple other songs from the album, below.

    Read the complete article at www.brooklynvegan.com

  • Oh Lorde, pray leaving your manager wasn't a mistake

    The New Zealand star has become the latest in a long line of musicians to separate from the manager who made them famous. Will she live to regret it, as so many before her have?

    “Now we’re fucked.” That was how John Lennon summed up the future for the Beatles after hearing of the death of their manager, Brian Epstein, in August 1967. Three more years of incredible music followed, but the heart had been pulled out of the band and they imploded in bitter recrimination as Paul McCartney pushed for Lee Eastman to be their business manager, while the others backed the ruthless Allen Klein.

    Read the complete article at feeds.theguardian.com

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