[🧵1/7] Hey, marketeers 👀 The future of marketing is all about personalization of visuals and music. We spoke to Oscar Höglund, CEO and co-founder of music tech compan@epidemicsoundnd to get the down lowFf
At 27, Bilal Baig has already broken boundaries in the representation of queer, trans-feminine, Muslim identity on TV.
Find out why Baig is part of TIME's newest class of Next Generation Leaders ti.me/39u3Q1F
The second season of “Bridgerton” proved that “you can put a queer actor as a straight romantic lead and deliver on this incredible global scale,” Jonathan Bailey says.
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.@aespa_official is an experiment, but it may also be the inevitable next step for the music industry: a fresh way to bridge the virtual and the real.
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One night in London in 2010, Taylor Hawkins convinced Queen's Brian May and Roger Taylor to join his band for an encore of super obscure Queen songs they'd never done live.
“He was just the kind of guy that could just make that shit happen…” rollingstone.com/music/music-fe…
Growing up, identical twins Jill Justiniani and Erin Cheplak did just about everything in sync. Now, they've become parents together — on the same day, in the same hospital, within hours of each other. ❤️ 🙏g
Pearl Jam drummer Matt Cameron tells Rolling Stone that Taylor Hawkins had a "heart-to-heart" with Dave Grohl about his workload at the time.
The band disputes this. But an anonymous friend of Hawkins says the conversation was "freeing." MORE: rol.st/3wtZobf
Did you catch the total #LunarEclipse last night?
The spectacular astronomical event is the result of Earth casting its shadow on the moon, giving the celestial body a rusty hue.
Check out these shots from around the world and see more here: bit.ly/3NhJ0Bl
After decades of going all-out for the band he loved, Taylor Hawkins told multiple friends in the last year of his life he "couldn’t fucking do it anymore," that he needed to dial things back.
It took Luca Iaconi-Stewart five years to build this 1:60-scale jetliner out of manila folders and dabs of glue, but it's almost as complicated as the real Being 777, down to the retractable landing gear: wired.trib.al/eeuv43N (From 2014)
From converting petrol mini-buses into electric vehicles at his workshop in Nigeria, entrepreneur Mustapha Gajibo is now building battery-powered buses from scratch in a push to promote clean energy and curb pollution reut.rs/3PoMVy7