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Gli Evergaze Eternity iniziano la loro storia nell'ottobre del 2007, quando Giovanni, Michele e Irene decidono di dar vita ad una band che fosse sintesi delle loro molteplici influenze musicali, aventi tutte come comune denominatore una distaccata vena intimistica, onirica e malinconica. La prima formazione stabile si ottiene con l’ingresso di Stefano alle chitarre e Andrea alla batteria ed è con questa line up che gli Evergaze Eternity registrano, presso i Syncropain Product di Marco Ribecai a Pisa, il loro primo Ep “Incompatible Existences” e la cover di Red Stars dei The Birthday Massacre, in due sessioni distinte iniziate rispettivamente il 6 giugno e il 14 dicembre 2008. Durante le registrazioni della seconda sessione, Stefano lascia la band e la registrazione delle chitarre viene terminata dallo stesso Marco Ribecai. A sostituire Stefano alla chitarra arriva Nicola e la band inizia l'attività live. Nel frattempo Incompatible Existences riceve recensioni positive ovunque, arrivando ad essere Top Demo sulla rivista Metal Maniac. Infatti, nelle quattro canzoni che compongono l’Ep, la band interpreta, nel segno dei The Gathering, un gothic rock con arrangiamenti eleganti, ricco di riferimenti musicali che vanno dal gothic/doom metal al dark/pop, all’elettronica, al rock alternativo, alla psichedelia. Su tutto l’incredibile voce ed il fascino di Irene, dal timbro lirico ed etereo, vicino a quello di Anneke. Nel luglio 2009 ad affiancare Irene entra nella band Valeria che, con la sua splendida voce dal timbro più orientato al rock/pop, le risulta naturalmente complementare, permettendo così alla band di sperimentare nuove strade e di esprimere al meglio le diverse sfumature della propria musica. Con questa nuova formazione la band è attualmente impegnata nella composizione del primo album ufficiale la cui uscita è prevista per il 2010.

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Giovanni: Synthesizers/FX/Programming



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Everything Everything: ‘The idea of masculinity is changing – we can share our emotions more freely now’

Friday, 21 September 2018 16:50

  Watch our video interview with the band above. The band were speaking to NME on the red carpet of this year’s Mercury Music Prize 2018, where they were nominated for their acclaimed album ‘A Fever Dream‘. “I think it’s an album about feeling pulled apart and separate from everybody – being suspicious of your neighbours, tribalism, stuff like that,” frontman Jonathan Higgs told NME. “I think people have latched onto it because a lot of people are feeling like that. They don’t know where they stand any more or who anyone is. That happened overnight and it left a lot of people in the dark.” The band followed up the album with the EP ‘A Deeper Sea‘ – where the track ‘Breadwinner’ questioned traditional attitudes towards masculinity and male mental health. “A lot of people are talking about it now. I was watching a football match recently and the player was crying. I was thinking ‘That never would have happened in the ’90s. They would have got a lot of stick for that. Well, Gazza did – but now it’s like ‘Yes, we have emotions’ and we can share them a lot more freely now. It’s changed definitely for the better.” The band also spoke of their final gigs of the year – including a yet-to-be-announced New Year’s Eve show in Manchester where they promise “17 songs, confetti cannons, T-shirt cannons, and climbing”. Everything Everything tour dates and tickets The band’s upcoming UK and Ireland tour dates are below and tickets are available here. October 6 – Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester, United Kingdom October 7 – Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland The post Everything Everything: ‘The idea of masculinity is changing – we can share our emotions more freely now’ appeared first on NME.

Chris Evans to star in new Apple thriller series Defending Jacob

Friday, 21 September 2018 16:42

Chris Evans will star in and executive produce Defending Jacob, a limited drama series based on William Landay’s 2012 best-selling novel of the same name. The story is centered on a detective whose son is arrested for stabbing a classmate, leading the father to take drastic measures. The Imitation Game‘s Oscar-winning filmmaker Morten Tyldum will direct the series, but no further details were given on casting or airdate of the project. This is Evans’ first major television role since 2000’s The Opposite of Sex miniseries. The actor will appear as Captain America in the fourth Avengers film next year and is then expected to hang up his shield. His other films in development include the post-World War II drama The Devil All the Time, in which he’ll reunite with his fellow Avenger Tom Holland (Spider-Man). Evans is the latest high-profile name to come aborad Apple’s growing original series roster, joining the likes of Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, Octavia Spencer, Jason Momoa and Oprah. It is still not known when these series will debut and how Apple will distribute them, but the emergence of the tech company in Hollywood has piqued the industry’s interest as it presents stiff competition to the likes of Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO, and basic cable networks in the race to deliver prestige television. —Additional reporting by David Canfield

Supernatural season 14 trailer: Sam's dealing with the situation in Hell

Friday, 21 September 2018 16:38

 Sam will find himself having to handle everything, mostly because Dean is busy being Michael’s (unhappy) vessel. The CW has released the first trailer for the upcoming season, which gives fans a glimpse at Michael’s meeting with Jo, not to mention one of the archangel’s “methods” to getting answers. (Hint: Alastair would approve.) Meanwhile, Castiel, Sam, and Jack are trying to figure out how to defeat Michael and save Dean. Or maybe Jack isn’t so concerned with what happens to Dean? On top of all that, the trailer shows Sam declaring that there will be “no new king of Hell.” It’s unclear what that could mean for the Winchesters — or anyone, for that matter — but it’s evident Sam is in no mood to mess around. One bit of good news? At least Sam has his mom back to help him handle everything.

Riton and Kah-Lo: how they went from Twitter DMs to the Grammys

Friday, 21 September 2018 16:32

and a new addition to the list: Riton and Kah-lo. For the past two years DJ and producer Riton, and vocalist Kah-Lo have been releasing a steady flow of house-laced hits. There was the thumping, Grammy Nominated ‘Rinse & Repeat’, the ode to underage drinking ‘Fake ID’ and this year’s outrageously catchy ‘Ginger’; and now they’ve added Mr Eazi to their crew for the fizzing ‘Catching Feelings’. But although their collaboration has brought the duo into the public eye (and onto every club playlist up and down the UK), they’ve both been plugging away at their own music for years. Riton is a legendary DJ and producer in his own right, having been releasing tunes for almost two decades; meanwhile although Kah-Lo is closer to the beginning of her career, she’s also had her own success as a solo artist. So how did this collaboration start? “The Twitters and New York” Kah-Lo tells us over sandwiches in a North London coffee shop. “Yeah, we both used to live in New York and that’s where we met.” Riton adds, “she [Kah-Lo] got in touch with me on Twitter, sent me some demos and I really liked them. Then, we just ended up meeting up, going out for some drinks and the next day did our first track, which got Grammy nominated, did it in about half an hour.” Now, after two years of releasing music, they’re getting ready to drop an album ‘Foreign Ororo’, and have a handful of joint live dates booked in. We catch up with both of them on a rare day off, to talk the new album, dream collaborators and the maddest place they’ve heard one of their tunes. When you dropped ‘Ginger,’ when you were recording it did you realise that’d you’d written a total winner? Riton: “No, because it’s not the first version. The first version was quite slow!” Kah-Lo: “And vibey and quite like, more for the car ride to the club. It wasn’t really a beat club song. So this one, I don’t know what had happened because I just got sent a track and it was a party track. I was, woah!” R: “Like ‘Fake ID’ was written over a completely different beat. Kah-Lo would go away and I’d like, play around for ages and mess around with it and then hey presto, there’s a song. It’s more a case of, a lot of the time the tracks aren’t manipulated, the vocals, I always pitch them up a little bit, make it a more poppy and fun sound.” Which songs are you most excited to share from the album? K: “Mine would be [current single] ‘Catching Feelings’ because it’s more my vibe. I wrote it and it shows a different side of me that I’d like to show more I’m excited for that.” R: “We’ve got like five songs on the album, that are all a bit more afro-beat with real instruments like guitars and things like that. It’s less ‘Rinse and Repeat’ style tracks. So that’s what we’ve been waiting for as well, the label are more like “give us the radio bangers” where as we’ve got a bit more chilled stuff on the album too which I think actually people will be more surprised to hear and like it.” And what was it like working with Mr Eazi on the record? K: “Oh I love him; his creative process is really cool because he just freestyles melodies. I’m a pretty good writer so I fill in his melodies with words. There’s one where it’s just him and Riton and he wrote that so that should be exciting for people to hear.” R: “That’s quite a hilarious track called immigration; it’s all about him getting chased around London by immigration police. It’s all based on this Nigerian film.”  When you wrote the album was there any major influences you had or people you were trying to channel or were you just making the music that you wanted to? R: “I mean for me musically I like a lot of old afrobeat stuff, so there’s hints towards that, the more house stuff is influenced by old Chicago stuff and acid house and it’s done on all the 80’s machines so it has that sound. “ K: “My influence is just my life, ’90s house records are as far as I would listen to before I met Riton. You know how they rap on the house tracks!” Obviously the singles have come out and blitzed on the radio, where is the maddest place you’ve heard one so far? R: “Well we heard one in Byron Bay! In a bed and breakfast!” K: “We were getting breakfast and we were just casually sitting outside and this car drove by and they were playing ‘Ginger’ just blasting it really loud and I was like “hmm that’s funny that’s really weird” and then literally like less than two minutes later after the first car, another drove past and they were blaring “Fake ID” and I was just like “what the hell?!”” Kah-Lo I read you grew up listening to alt rock, stuff like Fall out Boy, is that music you still listen to? K: “Once, in a while I’ll dabble into the rock world, I really like Twenty One Pilots right now.” How did you go from that to house and dance? K: “I was making what sounded like what The Weeknd was making at the time, then once in a while I’d pause and do the talk-rap thing and put it over house music and the kaboom! It’s all born.” As a duo is there anyone else you’d love to collaborate with? R: “Selena Gomez! We just did a remix for her! I can’t off the top of my head but I’m sure there’s a million people.” K: “For me Kanye, I’d love for that to happen at some point in my life.” Is there one thing you really want to achieve in your career? R: “I’ve done so many things that I thought I’d be pleased about but I’m still not happy, I’d say keeping my expectations low would be my advice to the world!” K: “I have a lot, I’m just starting so there’s a lot to be accomplished.” R: “You’ll never stop feeling like that, that’s what I’m saying!” K: “Yeah but let me get some of them off of the list first then I’ll feel like that, and then cry myself to sleep on the kingsize!” Riton and Kah-Lo will play Birthdays on 29th September. ‘Catching Feelings’ featuring Mr Eazi is out now. The post Riton and Kah-Lo: how they went from Twitter DMs to the Grammys appeared first on NME.

Doctor Who: New trailer and episode details for Jodie Whittaker's first adventures

Friday, 21 September 2018 16:22

 the first to star Jodie Whittaker as the titular Time Lord? Indeed it was. But that has now changed. BBC America just dropped a new trailer for the show, which shows Whittaker “in charge” as the Gallifreyan. The network has also released synopses and guest star details for the first two episodes, “The Woman Who Fell to Earth” and “The Ghost Monument.” Doctor Who costars Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill, and Tosin Cole. The season 11 premiere will start in the U.S. at the same time as the episode debuts in the U.K. on Oct. 7. The episode will then receive a special encore in its new regular primetime evening slot. She's the Doctor.Watch the official trailer for the new season of #DoctorWho, premiering Sunday, October 7th on @BBCAMERICA. pic.twitter.com/ui8kx0kfnJ — Doctor Who on BBC America (@DoctorWho_BBCA) September 20, 2018 Episode One : The Woman Who Fell To Earth “We don’t get aliens in Sheffield.” In a South Yorkshire city, Ryan Sinclair, Yasmin Khan and Graham O’Brien are about to have their lives changed forever as a mysterious woman, unable to remember her own name, falls from the night sky. Can they believe a word she says? And can she help solve the strange events taking place across the city? Guest starring Sharon D. Clarke, Johnny Dixon and Samuel Oatley. Written by Chris Chibnall and directed by Jamie Childs. Episode Two: The Ghost Monument Still reeling from their first encounter, can the Doctor and her new friends stay alive long enough in a hostile alien environment to solve the mystery of Desolation? And just who are Angstrom and Epzo? Guest starring Shaun Dooley, Susan Lynch and Art Malik. Written by Chris Chibnall and directed by Mark Tonderai.

Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding Pair Up for Romantic Comedy Written by Emma Thompson

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 18:06

The Crazy Rich Asians breakout, 31, is next starring in Last Christmas opposite Emilia Clarke — a holiday romance movie set in London. Though details of the plot are being kept under wraps, the Hollywood Reporter revealed Emma Thompson co-wrote the script with Bryony Kimmings, which hopefully means she brought some of the Love Actually magic along. Golding is also reuniting with his A Simple Favor director Paul Feig, who will be helming the holiday movie. RELATED: Everything to Know About Crazy Rich Asians’ Hot Star Henry Golding “Finally I can start getting excited and share the news… @paulfeig and I will be back to business in London at the end of the year,” Golding shared on Twitter. WATCH: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Cast Respond To ‘Heartening’ Fan Reactions Clarke, also 31, is also no stranger to the genre after starring opposite Sam Claflin in 2016’s Me Before You. The Game of Thrones actress recently wrapped production on the hit fantasy series earlier this summer with a sweet Instagram post saying goodbye to the show and the cast and crew. “Hopped on a boat to an island to say goodbye to the land that has been my home away from home for almost a decade. It’s been a trip @gameofthrones thank you for the life I never dreamed I’d be able to live and the family I’ll never stop missing,” she wrote. RELATED: It’s Official! Box Office Hit Crazy Rich Asians Is Getting a Sequel Meanwhile, Golding has become one of the industry’s go-to leading men after the blockbuster success of Crazy Rich Asians and a captivating turn as Blake Lively‘s husband in A Simple Favor. Both movies are in theaters now.

PlayStation unveils the PlayStation Classic, a mini version of the original console

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 17:59

than the remastered Spyro the Dragon and Crash Bandicoot games. You need a deeper throwback. So here’s the introduction of the PlayStation Classic, a new miniature recreation of the original PlayStation system that already comes pre-programmed with 20 games. To be more specific, it’s 45 percent smaller than what players first got in 1994. As for the games, Final Fantasy VII, TEKKEN 3, R4: Ridge Racer Type 4, Jumping Flash!, and Wild Arms are part of the virtual pack with more announcements coming at a later time. Just for scale, here’s all the power of the original system resting in a human hand. The Classic system comes with an HDMI cable to connect to your television, two wired controllers, and a virtual memory card — all this for $99.99 ($129.99 CAD) when PlayStation Classic drops on Dec. 3. Forewarning, limited quantities will be available across Japan, North America, and Europe.

‘Stranger Things’ star Finn Wolfhard’s band Calpurnia announce UK gigs

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 17:53

  The teenage four-piece, who also feature Ayla Tesler-Mabe, Jack Anderson and Malcolm Craig in their line-up, released their debut EP ‘Scout’ back in June. Read more: The NME Big Read with Calpurnia – teenage dreams, so hard to beat… Calpurnia will head to the UK for a short tour in November, with tour stops currently planned in Manchester and London. The band will play at the Club Academy in Manchester on November 28 ahead of a show at London’s KOKO on November 29. Tickets are set to go on sale on Friday (September 21) at 9am, and you’ll be able to find them here. Calpurnia Earlier this year, Calpurnia shared the official video for ‘Greyhound’, starring Wolfhard. Back in July, the four-piece made their live TV debut in the US with an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. They marked the occasion by playing two cuts from the ‘Scout’ EP, ‘City Boy’ and ‘Greyhound’. Speaking to NME earlier this year, Wolfhard admitted that a large section of the band’s fans are also into Stranger Things. “Most of the fans of Calpurnia are Stranger Things fans, which is not a big deal at all,” the young actor and musician remarked. “They’re super loyal and incredible, and really do like the music. “It’s the people who aren’t fans of the music and are just there because of Stranger Things that really bother me.” The post ‘Stranger Things’ star Finn Wolfhard’s band Calpurnia announce UK gigs appeared first on NME.

Emmy Winner John Oliver Reveals He and Wife Kate Welcomed Their Second Child Three Months Ago

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 17:49

The Last Week Tonight with John Oliver host and his wife Kate Norley are the proud parents of a second son born about three months ago, he told PEOPLE exclusively Monday night at the 2018 Emmy Awards Governors Ball. “I have no idea! We have a 3-month-old, so as far away from the 3-month-old as possible,” Oliver, 41, joked of where he’d be displaying the trophy he nabbed for outstanding variety talk series, for the third year running. The show also took home the awards this year for outstanding writing for a variety series and outstanding interactive program. Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? Click here to get those and more in the PEOPLE Parents newsletter. RELATED: Are Benedict Cumberbatch and Wife Sophie Hunter Expecting Third Child? The new dad — who also shares a 2½-year-old son with Norley, an Iraq war veteran whom he met at the 2008 Republican National Convention and married in 2011 — admitted he was “tired,” but that having two children has been “the best” experience nevertheless. “It’s bewildering [and] exhausting juggling that and the show, but no, it’s the greatest,” Oliver explained. RELATED VIDEO: From Proposals to Strip Teases: All The Best Moments From The 2018 Emmys The English funnyman joked that his new son “doesn’t do anything” of note at the moment aside from “sleeping, s—ing and crying, in perfect rotation,” but shared that his older child is hitting a big milestone. “He’s going to start preschool. It’s going to be incredible,” Oliver said, adding of his own potential waterworks over his first child heading off to school, “As a British person, I don’t really have a middle ground — it’s either no emotion at all or I’m collapsing in tears.” “So it will probably be the second one,” he quipped.

Amy Winehouse’s ‘Back To Black’ documentary is a tribute to her supreme talent

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 17:43

Camden Town once belonged to Amy Winehouse. On Chalk Farm Road, she still lords it over the Stables Market, in bronze form, obviously. Thanks to the street artist Pegasus, she’s still beaming from the exterior of The Earl Of Camden pub on Parkway. But stop to take the weight off your feet at the Hawley Arms pub, and there’s nobody handing out lollipops to punters these days, nobody hobbling up the stairs to their own private room. The paparazzi don’t hang about outside so much now, either, though really, it’s too little too late. Some of the regulars can still see her, there at the bar, barking that deep, filthy laugh, if they really, really try. But to the rest of us, it’s a bit like looking at a rainbow that’s missing a colour.   The DVD release of Amy’s Classic Albums show, focusing on her breakthrough ‘Back To Black’, contains the full palate of tones that made her all too brief an existence so vivid and now her absence still so missed. It opens with footage from her 2008 Grammy’s appearance – Amy all in black, the Dap-Kings behind locked perfectly into the rhythm that she is defiantly not – and the first thing that strikes you, is just how jittery her performance is. Not sloppy. Not fucked up. Tragically that would come soon after. But at that moment, she just feels human. It reminds you how synchronised pop has become in the years since she’s passed. If you could pause the film to stop what comes next, I doubt many wouldn’t reach for the control. But life doesn’t work like that. And so the ghosts rattle their chains. The tragedy of Amy Winehouse varies from where you’re standing and your relation to her. For the average music fan, the choker is the relatively small amount of material she was able to commit to tape before her untimely passing. Perhaps that’s a tragedy for those who worked with her too. Friends and family. Sure, it doesn’t rank above never having that smile blazing back at you again. But Amy loved music, creativity and culture so much, it’s a tragedy so much of her legacy is told through the pages of redtops and not those of music media. In many ways, this film attempts to readdress that. It’s a break from ‘troubled’ Amy and a reframing of Amy the artist. Not that it doesn’t delve deep into an album that’s positively throbbing with emotional lacerations. If the Manic Street Preachers 1994 classic ‘The Holy Bible’ documented the unpeeling of a great mind, Amy’s 2006 record – her second, after her mostly two-dimensional 2003 debut, Frank – concerns itself with the destruction of a great heart, one that is pulled apart here like a trainee mortician might, in an attempt to understand it. This sort of territory has been done better already – more cohesively is a better term – principally within the 2015 Asif Kapadia documentary Amy. But it’s when the film gets to the nuts and bolts of the record – the actual fixtures and fittings – that it really proves its worth. It’s at this point that the film focuses its sights on telling the story of a musician, a supremely talented one, and not a celebrity. In conversation with the Dap-Kings, producer Mark Ronson recalls the speed Amy approached the writing of the record. It’s clear that these were songs, shaped by the retro-fetishism she’d recently gone all in on for sixties soul and girl groups – mostly discovered via the jukebox that sat in the pool hall closest to the New York studio in which most of the sessions took place – that she was frantic to commit to tape. There’s a romantic, quaint, if implausible theory, one that’s been repeated by so many musicians now it’s impossible to attribute it to the source, that all the great songs are already written. They’re floating about in the either, the trick is to catch them. If so Amy was swiping with a baseball mitt. What she was definitely doing was what we all do when we fall in love, and that’s rush in headlong. It’s difficult to see her lyrics written down on the page as the camera pans her journal. Such florid handwriting – hearts in the margins, lines across the A5, different coloured biros – surely shouldn’t be writing such salient truths. Ronson critiques the lyric “I died a thousand deaths”. He likes lyrics that rhyme. He asks if she wants to rewrite it. Amy responds with bewilderment. “Why would I change it?” like the idea of reworking her truth for the sake of aesthetics is tantamount to tap-dancing in dogshit. Nothing haunts the film like the isolated vocal of the title track, which Tom Elmhirst, the record’s mix engineer, plays through the studio desk. Overdubs are added to it. Then reverb. Until eventually the song defines the records sound. 1963, essentially. Then the narrative switches to Miami, where under the watchful eye of producer Salaam Remi – almost parental, in opposition to the playfulness of Ronson’s relationship with Amy – the singer continues her exploration of her musical romance, right down the roots. The ‘broken-bottle’ pioneer takes us on a tour of the instruments that were used in the records creation, and while it’s again implausible to think that a piece of wood and chrome holds actual magic – thanks to one of great music’s true wonders – it’s easy to believe for a while. The film ends like a sort of fever dream, home video footage and studio outtakes meshing together, as if predicting the chaos that was about to be unleashed by the subsequent release of the artists labour. Nothing can change that – but films like that can help change the narrative. One of the films final notes is of Amy playing guitar in a recording booth, laughing and smiling, drunk on sound, the voice emanating from her lips unquestionably one of music’s great instruments, the singer content in her own world. Oblivious of what’s next to come. In that moment Amy isn’t a ghost, but an angel. Remember her like that. She deserves it. Amy Winehouse – Back To Black: The Documentary is released on November 2nd on DVD and Blu-ray. It comes packaged with a previously unseen live show, recorded for friends and family in February 2008, the evening she won five Grammy’s, entitled An Intimate Evening In London. The post Amy Winehouse’s ‘Back To Black’ documentary is a tribute to her supreme talent appeared first on NME.




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