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Extended Travel: Istanbul’s Princes’ Islands

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Nowhere else does art, culture, music, food and history meld in the same way it does in Istanbul. In Music + Travel we discuss Istanbul’s impact on classical music and in Film + Travel: Europe, we talk about all the great films made in the city such as Midnight Express, Topkapi and two Bond features. But what do you do ... Read More »

News: Record Store Day

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Tomorrow is Record Store Day, a day in which to go out to your local independent record shop and give them a little support. Tons of bands around the world are getting behind this by offering exclusives and doing special in-store performances.   The official Record Store Day site is keeping a list of special releases being offered for the ... Read More »

Volcanoes + Art

  In case you missed the news for the past week, a volcano has been erupting in Iceland since the end of March and while it’s been a boon for their country’s tourism, it’s been a detriment to others. The clouds of volcanic ash and mist caused by melting glaciers are shutting down airports all over Northern Europe. The list ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide To: Coachella

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Each April, Coachella kicks off the manic summer music festival season. Why so early? Because it’s hot as heck in the California desert, that’s why.   This year, the three-day festival will feature headliners Jay-Z, Muse and Gorillaz. Other notables to the line-up are LCD Soundsystem, Thom Yorke and the reunions of Faith No More and Pavement. Want to attend ... Read More »

News: Beijing’s Midi Festival Returns Home

After a 2009 exile to the city of Zhenjiang, China’s Midi Festival is poised to make a triumphant return to Beijing this year with over 80 acts including Museyon favorites Carsick Cars and Xiao He.   The Midi Festival is China’s largest rock event, held annually in May, for experimental music of all types including electronic, punk, and classical. This ... Read More »

News: Museum Mile Festival 2010

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The date for this year’s Museum Mile Festival in New York City was announced today. The festival, now in its 32nd year, will take place on June 8th along 23 closed streets up 5th Avenue from 82nd to 105th st. Festival goers will have free access to nine museums along the mile from 6pm-9pm and will be treated to music ... Read More »

Design Blogs + Travel

Some people seek out art when they travel, others go on the hunt for great local music while others are looking for something a little less common- great design. With so many great new design blogs and tv shows, it’s no wonder the decorating trend is spreading and that design shops and amazing interiors are becoming Meccas for travelers. Considering ... Read More »

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