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The Scene in Six Sounds: Australia

This week, our intrepid music writer James Hendicott is headed to the southern hemisphere to check out the scene in Australia. Forget the didgeridoo and check out James’s six picks — from rock superstars AC/DC to one very over-the-top pop legend.   Read More »

Brooklyn’s Broken Angel

Our chat with Miles Marshall Lewis got us in a New York state of mind. So let’s visit one of our favorite NYC landmarks, the Broken Angel in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. The site was built over 30 years by self-tought architect Arthur Wood, but it came to fame as the site of Dave Chappelle’s Block Party, a 2006 documentary film ... Read More »

Meet Museyon: Miles Marshall Lewis

Miles Marshall Lewis is our man in Paris and your guide to the city’s Muslim hip-hop scene. The American expat grew up in the Bronx at the same time the city was crumbling and hip-hop was exploding. He currently writes about pop culture, music and more and is the author of ‘Scars of the Soul Are Why Kids Wear Bandages ... Read More »

Museyon on Trip on a Deal

Trip on a Deal‘s John Palacio talks with Music+Travel Worldwide Editor-in-Chief Stefanie Schwalb about eight music scenes we’re digging right now. Check it out! Read More »

Navigating Calicountry

In Music+Travel Worldwide, Jessica Hundley is your guide to all things Calicountry. It’s the sound of the American West, of adventure and cowboys and the wide open spaces, a sound filled with the heartache of the great wide open. California’s brand of country music got its start with Roy Rogers, and by the 1960s L.A. acts like Gram Parsons had ... Read More »

Celebrate Music+Travel Worldwide with Museyon

It’s finally here — the launch of Music+Travel Worldwide is less than two weeks away. And we want you to join us on November 4 from 6-8 p.m. to celebrate at hotspot Von in New York City. (3 Bleecker Street near Bowery, 212-473-3039.)   Stop by to sample wines from our sponsor, City Winery, plus enter to win giveaways from ... Read More »

Film + (Virtual) Travel

Danish director Lars von Trier’s fear of flying gets nearly as much ink as his filmography. So when Dave Itzkoff, a reporter from the New York Times wanted to schedule an interview about ‘The Antichrist‘ star Willem Dafoe, the director suggested a decidedly 21st century way of meeting face-to-face — internet phone service Skype. Looking at each other from across ... Read More »

Discovering: Cumbia

In Music+Travel Worldwide from Musyeon Guides, Eve Hyman takes you on a tour of Buenos Aires in search of the city’s cumbia scene. But what is cumbia, anyway? From folk music to the street to the club, check out our three-step cumbia crash course, after the jump…   Read More »

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