Renzo Piano’s archive in Genoa houses the great architect’s projects. It brings young people closer to creative work, which he equates to “looking into darkness without fear”.
10 Icelandic musicians on Lifegate Radio
Iceland is home to many internationally-acclaimed and talented musicians. As well as Björk and Sigur Rós, several young artists are united by a bond to the wild nature of their land.
Jungle Drums – Me and Armini (2008)
King and Cross – In the Silence (2014)
Hands, Be Still – For Now I Am Winter (2013)
Silhouettes – The Hunger Games: catching fire Soundtrack (2013)
Góða Tungl – Samaris (2013)
I Sing I Swim – The Ghost That Carried Us Away (2007)
Seoul – Kurr (2007)
Toothwheels – Smilewound (2013)
Deep Inside – Arabian Horse (2011)
Leo Needs a New Pair of Shoes – By the Throat (2009)
The 50th anniversary of the Moon landing on 20 July has awakened the fantasy of many. Here’s the perfect playlist of musicians who have let themselves be inspired by the universe and its celestial bodies.
N’we Jinan is a Canadian record label that gives First Nations students their voice back by allowing them to create their own music in mobile recording studios.
The Australian songwriter, who became famous with Follow the Sun, is back with Walk Away, a new and powerful ode to freedom. He’s about to set off on a world tour. Our interview with Xavier Rudd.
Three teenagers from New Zealand sing in the Maori language about abuse at the hands of British colonisers. Thanks to their thrash metal music, young people are being attracted to native culture.
There’s no room for anger, resignation, or desire for revenge in this playlist. There’s just the moral obligation of retracing and telling the stories that can’t go lost and forgotten all over again. We do so through music.
Le canzoni più belle del 2017 secondo LifeGate Radio. Con questa playlist lanciamo la nostra collaborazione con Spotify Italia che vi farà ascoltare la musica migliore, selezionata.
Maya women in Guatemala have taken legal action to defend huipiles, their traditional textiles, against mass-produced versions. This could set a precedent for the protection of collective intellectual property rights.
Through dance, music, fashion and art, the documentary RWANDArt explores Rwanda’s growing creative industry through the stories of a new generation of creative entrepreneurs.