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The Scene In Six Sounds: Canada

The Stills

Despite being the butt of many musical jokes (see Bryan Adams, Nickelback and Celine Dion), Canada is something of a musical hub right now. In fact, you’ll find many of the world’s most fashionable bands in residence, wowing critics more and more by the day. While Canada’s superstars might not have taken the world by storm in terms of sheer ... Read More »

The Scene In Six Sounds: Ones To Watch

The Freelance Whales

So you truly love music? If you’re like our own James Hendicott, you’ll want to be their first, experiencing that truly special performance in a venue so intimate you can have a pint at the bar and still spot the graffiti on the lead singer’s guitar. Discovering that true gem and then watching them rise through the ranks is a ... Read More »

Introducing…

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Listen up and look out … Music+Travel Worldwide is coming! The latest from Museyon Guides, Music+Travel tours the globe searching for the freshest sounds coolest scenes, and it hits bookstores this October. Visit 12 cities from Beijing to Buenos Aires, from Addis Ababa to Australia. There you’ll discover the sounds of experimental music, new cumbia, Ethiopop, art rock and much, ... Read More »

Cumbia City

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And the music keeps on coming! This weekend you have another chance to see our own Eve Hyman — your guide to cumbia in Buenos Aires — perform an acoustic solo show as Red Eve. Tonight it’s time to celebrate Argentina in the LES with Red Eve and Mataplantas at Pianos. The cover is a super-low $5. Want more cumbia? ... Read More »

Museyon on Music

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Listen up music buffs! Museyon’s big launch is less than a month away, but that’s not the only good news we’ve got coming your way. Museyon is proud to announce the Museyon Guide to Music + Travel: Touring the World Through Sounds and Scenes. Read More »

Techno Color: Berlin

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Berlin. The one place in the world where 24/7 clubbing and social activism meet face-to-face. Join Museyon Guide Siobhan O’Leary for a tour of Germany’s “poor, but sexy” capital, and find out why, some 30 years later, innovators of techno still come to the city where it all started. Hit up the Love Parade, dance at the legendary Tresor Club and discover a ... Read More »

New Rap City: Paris

Blur on the street

To understand Muslim hip-hop in Paris, you’d have to go back to the beginning — to the early ’80s when rap was imported from New York City. Since then, the city has spawned a distinctly francophone sound, one that paints an accurate picture of what’s really happening á Paris — beyond the bright lights of the Seine and Champs-Elysees. Join ... Read More »

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