Gildas Loaec, creator of KitsunéWe bring you an interview with Gildas Loaec, creator of the record and fashion label Kitsuné. He talks us through the highlights of his life, in pictures.
Rising star Stromae sweeps French Grammys"Formidable"! The title of Belgian musician Stromae’s hit song sums up the success of this young artist, who picked up three awards at the Victoires de la Musique, the Fr...
Daft Punk becomes the all-American French pop groupEven though Daft Punk is immersed in US musical influences, sings English lyrics and is propelled by the North American marketing machine, the duo’s triumph at the recent Grammy Aw...
Iconic US folk singer, activist Pete Seeger diesAmerican troubadour, folk music singer and activist Pete Seeger died Monday at a New York hospital. He was 94.
French electronic duo Daft Punk dominate Grammys with four big winsFrench electronic duo Daft Punk won the top honour at Grammy Awards, on Sunday, taking album of the year for “Random Access Memories”. The French electronic pioneers capped the nig...
Beatlemania returns!There’s plenty to "Twist and Shout" about for Beatles fans this week, as all thirteen of their US-issue albums are re-released to mark 50 years since Beatlemania swept th...
CHANGE.org helping change the worldThe Internet is helping to change the world through websites like Change.org: a free petition tool that boasts 50 million users. #TECH24 brings you an exclusive interview with Chan...
France's Total invests in UK shale gas explorationThe French firm Total has become the first major oil company to invest in shale gas exploration in the UK. The British government is hoping that the controversial extraction of the...
Fashion picturesThe backdrop is white, the eyes red, the expression a startled innocence. Viewed by millions of internet users, this photo of American singer Miley Cyrus caused a stir over its sug...
Where is music going?It's not just the music and recordings that have to adapt to new technology. As the big record stores close their doors, artists and promoters fine tune a fast-evolving busine...
Where is music going? (part 2)It's not just the music and recordings that have to adapt to new technology. As the big record stores close their doors, artists and promoters fine tune a fast-evolving busine...
In The Papers
IN THE WORLD PAPERS
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's billion-dollar empireINTERNATIONAL PRESS – Weds. 13/11/13: International papers are optimistic about last weekend's talks between Iran and the West. The International New York Times says although...