Uk Music

23 Jul 19
Amatravelsandlifts

“If it excites you and scares you at the same time then it might be a good thing to do” (anon), this quote definitely reflects how I think and after a pretty intense 9 months starting from Jan 2018 I decided that I was going to go travelling. Travelling isn’t alien to me… I’ve travelled […]

23 Jul 19
#R24TRC

Wow. Nothing prepared us for that. Just over a week ago me and my friends, Alison and Sarah, took part in the 2019 Race to the Stones. We ran, hiked and sweated for 100 km across the Chilterns and North Wessex Downs, following the 5,000 year-old Ridgeway bridleway across four counties to Avebury, and it’s […]

23 Jul 19
Matters Blog

The End Game for Brexit Only a vain fool would want to be prime minister of the United Kingdom today. Teresa May was greatly flattered when she was asked to take the poisoned chalice of leadership. Today, 22 July 19 is her last day of holding that chalice. There was little democracy in the process […]

23 Jul 19
David Carbines: The Hit Collector

America, with Billboard, started recording music charts before we did in the UK. There has been somewhat of an American chart since 1940, when the Best Sellers In Stores chart was established. Billboard also collated Most Played by Jockeys (essentially an airplay chart) and Most Played in Jukeboxes which is self-explanatory. NME published it’s first […]

23 Jul 19
Real Music Lovers

Jukedeck is a pioneering startup based in the UK that is building technology that would enable the creation of music using artificial intelligence. This includes the ability to automatically interpret videos and set music to it. According to some reports, this firm has been acquired by the social media company TikTok. The founder and CEO […]

23 Jul 19
Styled by Sophie

Hi everyone! I haven’t blogged for a whole week (shock) – I’ve been happily relaxing away from social media and it’s been heavenly. So I’m back better than ever ready for more topical chats and fashion writing. For the past four days I’ve been in Manchester! I had never visited the city before so I […]

23 Jul 19
Spin Drifting

Cricket has been prominent in the news this week, with England having won the World Cup in thrilling fashion, and proving to Europe( according to Jacob Rees Mogg at any rate) that they don’t need them. Yes I’m sure the World Cup Trophy will be a source of never ending succour for communities up and […]

23 Jul 19
Cinema Omnivore

“Lowe’s quickie revenge tale is somehow mired in its own cynicism, quirkiness and rashness.”

23 Jul 19
Daily Crossword Puzzle Solver

Welcome to Crossword Puzzle Answers. Our website is dedicated to Crossword Answers. We solve all the clues from publishers such as New York Times, LA Times, USA Today etc. Since you arrived at this particular page you are looking for the answer to Independent Uk Cryptic July 24th 2019 Crossword Clues so without wasting your […]

23 Jul 19
TechCrunch
The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch's roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you'd like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Apple reportedly in talks to acquire Intel’s modem business for $1B+ Apple is in “advanced talks” to buy Intel’s smartphone modem business for “$1 billion or more,” according to a new report in The Wall Street Journal. This deal could potentially bring Apple hundreds of engineers and key patents, and that could allow the company to build out some of the technologies it's currently licensing from Qualcomm. 2. Bird is raising a Series D round led by Sequoia at $2.5 billion valuation Sequoia Capital previously led Bird’s $300 million Series C round back in June, with Roelof Botha joining Bird’s board at the time. Sequoia declined to comment on the round, but Botha did say the Bird team “exemplifies grit.” (So, not exactly a denial.) 3. Pinterest launches wellness activities to help users cope with stress, anxiety The option to engage with the new activities — like deep breathing and self-compassion exercises — pops up when a Pinterest user searches for “stress quotes,” “work anxiety” or other terms that indicate they might be feeling down. 4. Facebook fails to keep Messenger Kids’ safety promise The Verge obtained messages sent by Facebook informing parents that the company has found “a technical error." This error allows a child's friend to create a group chat with them that also included contacts who hadn't been approved by their parent — which is exactly what Messenger Kids was supposed to prevent. 5. It looks like TikTok has acquired Jukedeck, a pioneering music AI UK startup The startup — which won our Startup Battlefield in London — was building technology to do things like interpret a video and automatically set music to it. 6. Mixhalo raises $10.7M to bring better sound quality to live events The company’s initial goal was to bring better sound quality to concerts. Instead of hearing music blasted out of speakers, users can connect their smartphone to a Mixhalo network — then, through their earbuds, they’ll hear the same sound mix that the musicians receive through their in-ear monitors. 7. Announcing the agenda for TC Sessions: Enterprise The agenda for TC Sessions: Enterprise has just been announced, featuring enterprise powerhouses like Bill McDermott (SAP), Scott Farquhar (Atlassian), Andrew Ng (Landing AI), Julie Larson-Green (Qualtrics), Wendy Nather (Duo Security), Aaron Levie (Box) and Jason Green (Emergence). The event will take place on September 5 in San Francisco.
23 Jul 19
John's Music Blog

The hashtag challenges women of colour to embrace their dark skin by sharing pictures of themselves online. http://www.music-news.com/news/UK/123525/Beyonce-and-Blue-Ivy-inspire-BrownSkinGirlChallenge-social-media-tag from Blogger https://ift.tt/32Mjhut via IFTTT