Maria Mendiola, 69, dies

Maria Mendiola, a member of Baccara, has died. Her disco song Yes Sir, I Can Boogie, which was released in 1977, is the unofficial hymn of Scotland football supporters. Mendiola was best recognized for her version of the popular song as one half of the Spanish duet. She died on Saturday morning in Madrid, surrounded […]

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Sarah Harding, 39, of Girls Aloud, Dies of Breast Cancer

Sarah Harding, a pop singer and TV personality who was a member of Girls Aloud and had 21 UK Top 10 songs, died of breast cancer at the age of 39. “It is with deep heartbreak that today I share the news that my beautiful daughter Sarah has sadly passed away,” Harding's mother Marie said […]

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Tokyo Games Art Installation Has BMW Robots As ‘Gardeners' by Bruges, Jason

At the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, a large-scale robotic art project aims to interrupt urban life. “The Constant Gardeners,” a site-specific outdoor piece by London-based multi-disciplinary artist and designer Jason Bruges Studio, explores how, through art and design, technology can become a positive tool, encouraging us to slow down and reconnect in new and […]

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Jam Addict Talks Shop (Feat. Arswain)

Interview with the LA-based composer and musician on the nuts and bolts of his latest project Arswain is the conceptual electronic project of Los Angeles-based composer and producer Freddy Avis. His latest album, Partitioning, is a unique swirl of styles, from electronica to dance music, that provides listeners with equal opportunities to both dance and […]

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