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Museyon’s Guide To…ATP NY

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  Imagine Dirty Dancing except with Iggy Pop as Johnny and the Vivian Girls (collectively) as Baby and that’s maybe close to what you’ll get on a trip to All Tomorrow’s Parties, New York. The American branch of this UK festival takes place at Kutsher’s Country Club in Monticello, NY. Kutsher’s is one of the last of a dying breed ... Read More »

Inside Eithiopop

Mulatu Astatke

Most Americans got their first taste of Ethiopop from ‘Broken Flowers‘ the 2005 Jim Jarmusch film which featured a soundtrack by Ethiopian jazz legend Mulatu Astatke.   Trained in the UK and the US, Astatke’s unique style gave birth to a new type of Ethopian music, one that blended jazz and Latin music with his country’s signature sound, combining a ... Read More »

Music and Movies in the Catskill Mountains

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It’s a double whammy of double shots toady here at Museyon. That’s right it’s time for another dose of Film+Travel PLUS Music+Travel. This time we’re headed to the Catskills, the mountain range in New York State and the setting for All Tomorrow’s Parties, the awesome annual music festival curated by a different big-name artist every year. This year the Flaming ... Read More »

Munchin’ in Memphis at The Arcade

The Arcade Restaurant, Memphis, Tennessee

Feelin’ hungry for some stick-to-your-bones Southern grub? Then step on down to Arcade Restaurant, located in the heart of Memphis’ historic South Main District at the corner of South Main and Calhoun Avenue. It’s the oldest restaurant in Memphis, and a city landmark, so it should come as no surprise that the Arcade has appeared in its fair share of ... Read More »

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