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Monday 9 September 2019
Google Nest Hub Max Review
There were two standout features I really appreciated off the bat about the original Nest (nee Google Home) Hub: its compact size and its lack of camera. The new Nest Max has decidedly neither of those things. After releasing a model that offered an interesting alternative to the Echo Show, Google’s taking Amazon’s flagship smart screen head-on with the Max. It’s a device that leverages the learnings of the earlier, smaller model, while applying new case users. [MORE]
About the organization Google Home:
Type: Business
Sub-Types: Search Engine, Hi-Fi, Hi-Fi Hardware, Telecommunication, Telecommunication Hardware, Hi-Fi Software, Telecommunication Software, Computer, Computer Software
Check Out Skream's New Single, 'Song For Olivia'
Skream has unveiled a new single ‘Song For Olivia’, which is out now via Ministry of Sound/Of Unsound Mind. The track sees the dubstep pioneer touch on everything from chugging disco to trance. Skream will also embark on his largest 'Open To Close' tour yet, which will see him travel to Poland, the USA (with stints in Atlanta, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle), the Netherlands, Ireland and the UK. He will round out the tour with two New Years Day performances in Glasgow, one at the Sub Club and the other at the Barras Art & Design Centre. [MORE]
About the person Skream:
Art: Music
Genres: Electronic, Dubstep, UK Garage, Garage, Garage House, Dub, Dub Techno, Grime, Bass, Electronica
Saturday 7 September 2019
Original Content Podcast: Amazon’s ‘Carnival Row’ Mixes Fairies, Politics And Murder
“Carnival Row” offers an unlikely mix of genres, laying out a murder mystery in a world of fairies and other mythical creatures, while also delivering a healthy dose of allegorical politics. And as we explain in the latest episode of the Original Content podcast, the show (recently released on Amazon Prime Video) does take some getting used to. There’s a certain clumsiness in the way the opening episode insists on its grittiness and adult themes — and most viewers will probably need some time before they stop gawking at the fairy sex and focus instead on the story and characters. [MORE]
About the organization Amazon:
Type: Business
Sub-Types: Downloading Agent, Website, Retailing Agent, E-Commerce, Internet, Online Store, Store, Application Software, Telecommunication, Telecommunication Software
Friday 6 September 2019
Saks & Vanity Fair Celebrate New York's Best Dressed
Last night's Saks x Vanity Fair Best-Dressed List Event was all about one thing - the step-and-repeat. From the moment the doors to the hot spot L'Avenue at Saks opened, a stylish slew of guests patiently waited for their time in the flash. Priyanka Chopra, Tory Burch, Zac Posen, Suki Waterhouse, Hilary Rhoda, all decked in their sartorial finest. Dramatic looks filled the room, making for beyond entertaining people watching as those in larger format ensembles (puffy sleeves, full frilly skirts) carefully shuffled through the packed soiree. With a room full of so many notable names, 'twas an equal playing field, with even Nicky Hilton gracefully waiting her turn to grab a drink at the bar. Of course, at a bash toasting some of the best dressed names in fashion, music, Hollywood, sports, and beyond, the A-list guests did not disappoint. [MORE]
About the organization Vanity Fair:
Type: Business
Sub-Types: Press, Magazine, News, Online News, Online Magazine, Application Software, Website, Telecommunication, Telecommunication Software
The World's Largest Starbucks Is Opening This Fall
The Windy City may soon be renamed the Jittery City, once the largest Starbucks in the world makes its debut. Plans for the massive roastery on Chicago's Magnificent Mile were first announced back in 2017, when then-CEO Howard Schultz described it as, "Not a coffee store. The essence of it is the theater and romance and something so experiential." The four-story, 43,000-square-foot space will be the sixth Starbucks Reserve Roastery, the brand's high-end concept for coffee snobs which also has outposts in Milan, New York, Seattle, Shanghai, and Tokyo. The self-proclaimed "shrines to coffee passion" feature on-site roasting of rare beans, small-batch coffee, and a decidedly elevated environment. [MORE]
About the organization Starbucks:
Type: Business
Sub-Types: Shop, Coffee Shop, Chain, Coffeehouse Chain, Website, Application Software, Telecommunication, Telecommunication Software
Björk Is Re-releasing Her 'Vulnicura' LP As A VR Experience
Björk has announced that she will be re-releasing her 2015 album 'Vulnicura' as a VR experience. The visual remake of her celebrated eighth album has been touring museums around the world as part of the Björk Digital exhibition. Using a 360º camera, the Icelandic superstar started the project in 2014 and has since created seven VR videos with six different companies, four types of software and six different directors - including her longtime visual collaborators Andrew Thomas Huang and Jesse Kanda. Each song on the album is also accompanied by a new 360º animated score by software designer and composer Stephen Malinowski. "The whole process has been an improvisation, trying to keep faith in formats," says Björk in her announcement. "It is too easy for musicians to turn pessimistic after CDs have evaporated but I wanted to try to have the courage to grow along with how 360 sound and vision tech was growing. With every challenge try to turn it into an additional gift for the ideology in the music." [MORE]
About the person Björk:
Art: Music
Genres: Alternative Rock, Electronica, Experimental, Trip Hop, Jazz, Folk, Alternative Dance, Electronic, Ambient, Industrial
Thursday 5 September 2019
New York’s Best Public Art This Season
Fall is almost here, and with that comes the arrival of dozens of new temporary public art installations, which enliven the urban landscape with abstract pieces, selfie-worthy moments, and more. Here, we’ve collected more than a dozen worth scouting in the next few months; as more cool projects come to light, we’ll update the map—and as always, if you know of anything that we may have missed, let us know in the comments. [MORE]
About the organization Curbed:
Type: Business
Sub-Types: Website, Blogging, News, Online News, Telecommunication, Telecommunication Software, Application Software, Real-Estate, Property
Brooklyn's Elsewhere Announces Fall 2019 Line-up
After a ferociously successful summer, NYC's premier dance music hot spot, Elsewhere, has announced the line-up for its seventh official season in autumn 2019. Featuring more late-night sessions than ever before, the venue has put together a cornucopia of label showcases, anniversary parties and headlining performances that bound to lite a fire in your belly. Artists tapped for this exceptional season include Detroit Swindle, Laurel Halo b2b Hodge, Purple Disco Machine, Nightmares On Wax, Xiu Xiu, Dusky, Jlin, Romare, Boris and more. A selection of live performances from Max Cooper, Ross From Friends and the comedic improv king Marc Rebillet will surely turn up the excitement as well. [MORE]
About the venue Elsewhere, Brooklyn (NY), US:
Type: Indoor
Sub-Types: Club, Nightclub
Plane Coming From Burning Man Crashes In Reno
A small prop-plane crashed near the Reno-Stead airport after taking off from Black Rock City where the 2019 edition of Burning Man is currently taking place. The plane left the festival just before 5 pm on Tuesday, and when trying to make its landing in Reno, the aircraft struck a fence. It remains unclear whether the aircraft was trying to land or take-off from the airport. The three people on board were taken to the hospital following the crash. Two of the passengers sustained only minor injuries while the third is being treated more serious wounds. [MORE]
About the organization Burning Man:
Type: Business
Sub-Types: Event Production, Event Promotion, Entertainment Production, Entertainment Promotion, Ticketing Agent
The Chicest Events Of New York Fashion Week Fall 2019
It’s time to stock up on Band-Aids and Advil. New York Fashion Week is officially upon us and we have a feeling you’ll be dancing your way through a champagne hangover (in heels) at this season’s most stylish bashes. IF you can snag an invite, of course. Harper's BAZAAR ICONS: Carine Roitfeld and Harper's BAZAAR celebrate "The Independents" at their annual Fall Fashion Week fete. Expect seriously A-list guests and a special performance by Alicia Keys. [MORE]
About the person Kendall Jenner:
Art: Television, Modelling
Genres: Celebrity TV, Reality TV, Socialite, TV Personality, Commercial, Fashion, Fit, Glamour, Instagram, On-Camera
Wednesday 4 September 2019
The Next Apple Watch Could Feature Sleep Tracking
Details have surfaced about one of the potentially key features of the next Apple Watch — sleep tracking. Bloomberg originally reported that Apple has been working on a sleep-tracking feature, and 9to5mac now details how the implementation could work. The new feature would work on the next Apple Watch. The new device could be unveiled at Apple’s iPhone event next week or at a later event this fall. It’s unclear whether existing devices will also support the new feature. You don’t need any extra hardware to enable sleep tracking — an Apple Watch strapped on your wrist is enough. When enabled, the Apple Watch will track your movements using the accelerometer. [MORE]
About the organization Apple Watch:
Type: Business
Sub-Types: Electronics, Electronics Hardware
What, Exactly, Is Lurking In NYC Puddles—and Can It Actually Hurt You?
One of the most common concerns of the New York City pedestrian is the mysterious water that sometimes drips onto your head. Is it rain? Air conditioner drippings? A rich person spitting on you from their penthouse apartment? Who can say for sure? Still, as summer wanes and air conditioners are put away for the season, those random droppings happen less frequently. But there is another watery menace that New Yorkers are concerned with year-round: the mini-moats that mysteriously appears below your feet right when you’re stepping off a curb. This water is known, colloquially, as “puddles”; once you’ve lived in New York for a few years and stepped in about 10,000 of them, it’s impossible not to wonder what exactly lurks below their oily surfaces. [MORE]
About the organization Curbed:
Type: Business
Sub-Types: Website, Blogging, News, Online News, Telecommunication, Telecommunication Software, Application Software, Real-Estate, Property
Burning Man 2019: Celebrities & Supermodels Go Wild
Forget barbecues and beach days. For these celebrities, models, and IG influencers, the only way to end the summer was to kick up dust while raging in the desert during the week-long party that is Burning Man. From their wild looks to their even wilder antics (yes, that's Diplo on a Popeyes private jet), click through for everything you missed on the playa. [MORE]
About the organization Burning Man:
Type: Business
Sub-Types: Event Production, Event Promotion, Entertainment Production, Entertainment Promotion, Ticketing Agent
Peggy Gou Enlists DMX Krew For Next Gudu Records Release
DMX Krew is the next artist to release on Peggy Gou's Gudu Records. The London producer brings four tracks to Gudu with the 'Don't You Wanna Play?' EP, becoming the first artist aside from Peggy to release on the label. Due for release on October 4, 'Don't You Wanna Play?' follows Peggy's 'Moments' EP from last spring, featuring the track 'Starry Night'. [MORE]
About the person Peggy Gou:
Art: Music
Genres: Electronic, Turntablism, House, Techno, Club, Tech House, Electro House, Deep House, Electro, Rave
Tuesday 3 September 2019
Small Towns Near NYC To Visit Right Now
It is a truth universally acknowledged (by New Yorkers, anyway) that summer can be a particularly icky time to be in the city, what with the crowded subways, that smell that permeates the air, and the general sense of sweat-induced misery that blankets the city once temperatures start to rise. But instead of sweating in your apartment, why not get out of town for a day or two? Thanks to our fair city's location—close to New England, New Jersey, the Hamptons, and the Hudson Valley and Catskills—there's a bevy of charming towns you can visit the next time you need a break from NYC. [MORE]
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Type: Business
Sub-Types: Website, Blogging, News, Online News, Telecommunication, Telecommunication Software, Application Software, Real-Estate, Property
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