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By: PaulaThu, 04/08/2021
Music & Baking

Nothing better than baking the most delicious treats while jamming to your favorite playlist. We’ve partnered with five amazing bakers and content creators to bring you incredible recipes and a full list of perfectly curated playlists for you to enjoy this weekend.

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By: StingrayTue, 04/06/2021
Naturescape & One Tree Planted Join Forces | Earth Day

For a second year in a row Stingray Naturescape and One Tree Planted are joining forces to help the planet breathe a little easier.

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By: Charonne B.Tue, 04/06/2021
Interview with Jon Batiste | April guest curator

In April, we are joined by Soul's soundtrack artist Jon Batiste! In his hand picked playlist he will show you a wide range of new musical discoveries and take you on a ride, right here, on Stingray Music. Find out all about Jon Batiste in this special Stingray interview with him!

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By: StingrayThu, 03/25/2021
Charlotte Cardin | Interview | Stingray Rising Stars

Charlotte is our new Rising Star, and we took this opportunity to ask her a few questions.  

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By: LucilleTue, 03/23/2021
Qello Concerts World Tour presented by Podpocket

Qello Concerts World Tour brings the thrilling experience of live music wherever you are! 

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By: RokasTue, 03/09/2021
Chip Wickham talks jazz, Blue to Red, and climate change – part 2 

Stingray DJAZZ's editor-in-chief Rokas Kučinskas sits down online with expatriate British jazz saxophonist and flautist Chip Wickham, who shares his well-informed perspective on topics as wide-ranging as the Spanish jazz scene, climate change, and the future role of the music industry. 

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By: StingrayTue, 03/02/2021
Zara Larsson | Interview | Stingray Rising Stars

The Stockholm-based artist is our Rising Star for March!

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By: StingrayMon, 03/01/2021
Femmes à l'avant-garde

Notre programmation spéciale du mois de mars est entièrement dédiée aux femmes de la musique, qu'elles soient auteures, interprètes, ou musiciennes. L

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By: Cath LeclercThu, 03/08/2018
Artistes québécoises inspirantes | Top 5

En cette Journée internationale des femmes, nous tournons les projecteurs vers cinq artistes féminines québécoises qui ont forgé leur place sur la scène musicale locale et outre-mer.

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By: KarenTue, 03/06/2018
We Gotta Be Funky! | Concert Review

What a pleasure to see the collaboration between the greatest funk band and the greatest saxophone player of the Netherlands, Amsterdam Funk Orchestra and Benjamin Herman!

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By: NoémiMon, 03/05/2018
Vance Joy
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By: NoémiMon, 03/05/2018
Nation of Two by Vance Joy

Finding a place in the crossover between commercial radio and quality folk is a tricky thing to do. Brimming with easy listening folk songs, Vance Joy’s second album Nation of Two accomplishes this difficult feat.

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By: NoémiFri, 03/02/2018
Tinariwen | Interview

We sat down with Tinariwen to talk about them as a band and their evolution throughout the years. Make sure to check them out at the Esplanade: Theatres on the Bay in Singapore on March 24th, 2018!

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By: SashaFri, 03/02/2018
NEW MUSIC FRI-YAY | Week of February 26

Craving fresh sounds? Stingray’s got everything you need. For you. For your friends. For your mom. For your neighbor. And even for that friend who says ''I hate music''.

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By: GuillaumeFri, 03/02/2018
Breezy Yacht Rock | Fresh Vibe

You may find asking yourself: what is yacht rock? In this Fresh Vibes, you'll find a complete exploration of this smooth mellow rock that's been around since the early '70s.

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By: NoémiThu, 03/01/2018
Kendrick Lamar
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By: BrianThu, 03/01/2018
Black Panther: The Album curated by Kendrick Lamar

When [Kendrick] Lamar was tapped to produce the soundtrack to [Black Panther] the movement, the reaction was amazing, everyone was excited because Lamar is known for his strong work ethic and passion for music.

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By: SophieThu, 03/01/2018
Artists to Watch | March 2018

From viral sensations to mysterious up-and-comers, 2018 has already produced an incredible crop of new artists that remind us why we listen to new music at all. Here are some of our favorites so far.

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