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Rufus Wainwright Pays Homage To Shakespeare With Florence Welch, Helena Bonham Carter, and More

I first discovered Rufus Wainwright by way of Robbie Williams‘ gorgeous, duets-laden album “Swings Both Ways”, from their track of the same name. The American-Canadian singer-songwriter and composer’s velvety, androgynous vocals were fascinating to say the least. Just last week, Rufus Wainwright released his ninth studio album to little fanfare. “Take All My Loves: 9 Shakespeare Sonnets” was quietly brought into the world with a slew of artistic collaborators, including Helena Bonham Carter, Marius de Vries, Florence Welch, and Carrie Fisher. With the 400th anniversary of the master playwright’s death coming to a head with the #Shakespeare400 banner online, it’s not difficult…
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The DANamic.ORG Writers Pick the Best of 2015

We’re just a few days shy of the new year, and what better way to look back at the year past than through music! 2015 has been an interesting year for the pop scene, with big-name acts (Adele, One Direction, Justin Bieber) all holding off their projects till the end of the year. The heavy fourth quarter has seen fresh faces (Alessia Cara, Halsey, Fetty Wap) emerge with relative ease in the earlier part of the year, with these newbies being thrust to the top of the summer charts. Even with its lukewarm first half, 2015 has turned out to be a pretty good year. In our…
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