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Artist in profile: Astronomyy
The identity of UK singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Astronomyy remains a mystery, but his surf R&B is gaining plenty of enthusiastic fans. Learn more about the self-titled "songsmith" before he drops his debut EP. Latest track "Nothin On My Mind" is to be included on debut EP "There For U," headed out next month on the musician's own label, Lunar Surf. Astronomyy's music talks into the current preference for alternative R&B but gives it a laid-back, lo-fi feel that's likely to please an even bigger crowd.
Gehry redesign of art museum yields more space
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Traditionalists can rest easy knowing architect Frank Gehry's vision for the Philadelphia Museum of Art does not include wrapping the neoclassical building in his trademark chunky silver swooshes.
Owner of offbeat Elvis museum found dead
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A man who converted his antebellum home into a cluttered, quirky Elvis Presley shrine was found dead Thursday on the front porch, two days after police said he fatally shot a man who forced his way into the museum.
Russians sing praises of Crimea annexation in new opera
It might not be over until the fat lady sings but a patriotic opera in Russia's second city of Saint Petersburg has attempted to cement Moscow's disputed control over Crimea in music at least. "Save us! Don't abandon us!" a chorus of women and children appealed at the premiere of "Crimea", a boisterous new work celebrating the Kremlin's annexation of the peninsula from Ukraine. The opera traces Crimea's history from the Crimean Wars of the 19th century right up to Russia's seizure of the strategically important region in March. The show, watched on Thursday by around 300 people, includes footage of Crimean residents joyfully voting in a referendum to become part of Russia.
UK museum looks at epic, intimate sides of WWI
LONDON (AP) — It's an iconic scene of Britain at war: Thousands of Londoners huddled in Underground stations as German bombs rained down.