Google Creative Lab has put out a call-for-entires for applications to join its team on a one year paid programme called The Five. Entrants can apply from fields including writing, design, filmmaking and developing, “with the occasional wild card.”
Based in Manchester, Slovakia-born designer Jozef Ondirk has been doing work with Deep Throat Studio, an independent design practice he co-founded with Zdenek Kvasnica, which aims to be a space for collaboration and discussion.
Madrid-based design studio Naranjo-Etxeberria has produced a publication for architects Fake Industries Architectural Agonism’s proposed designs for the new Guggenheim Museum in Helsinki.
Surely there are very few things more irritating than people who say “interwebs” when they actually mean “internet.” They’re the same sort of people that say “noms” when they really mean “food.”
Before Flume was the international sensation that he is today, he was just another bedroom producer like the rest of them. Around the years of 2008-09 when electronic music’s entrance into the mainstream was in its infancy, Flume was uploading songs to MySpace.
Just under a month ago, Dutch producer/DJ Nicky Romero took to Facebook to open up about some reasons he’s been relatively quiet recently. He cited anxiety as a major issue for the lack of new music, adding that tours and the musician lifestyle in general have added significant stress to his day-to-day life.
Early numbers for NBC’s Coat of Many Colors, which aired Thursday night, suggest good news for fans of Dolly Parton and country music. With 12.8 million viewers, the two-hour special based on Parton’s autobiographical song was the most-watched film on the “big four” broadcast networks in nearly four years. The film also marked a four-year high in the key demographic — adult viewers 18-49.