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Coronavirus Quarantine Music

Live Streams & Virtual Concerts to Watch During Coronavirus Crisis. Are we attending to the born of a new musical genre? #TogetherAtHomeÊ#OneWorldTogetheratHome #COVID19 As the world faces the COVID-19 pandemic, a unique phenomenon has emerged throughout the music industryÑCoronavirus Quarantine Music Live Streams & Virtual Concerts. In an effort to combat coronavirus fatigue and lift peopleÕs spirits during this difficult time, many artists from all genres have taken their performances to the internet.Dozens of high profile eventsÑ- such as Mariah CareyÕs Around the World livestream special on Instagram or Coldplay's One World Together At Home Gig Live StreamÑhave provided both distraction and hope for other audiences. With each artistÕs reimagined public perforamcne these streams may signify something bigger than previously thought: Is a new musical genre being born out of the pandemic? Only time will tell, but in the interim artists are seizing opportunities provide entertainment through virtual experiences. So grab your smartphone and headphones and get ready to kick back with some music. #TogetherAtHome#OneWorldTogetheratHome #COVID19 Best of live instagrams and youtube streaming made during the coronavirus quarantine #TogetherAtHomeÊ#OneWorldTogetheratHome #COVID19
Latest songs added to the playlist:
1-Coronavirus - One World: Together at home - celebrating heroic efforts of community health workers
2-Coronavirus - Taylor Swift - Soon You'll Get Better ( Live #TogetherAtHome )e, Quando Te Lo Dicono...
3-Coronavirus - We are the World (2020) | Together At Home Edition by Channel Aid, KHS & YouTube Artists
4-Coronavirus - John Legend - Bigger Love [One World: #TogetherAtHome]
5-Coronavirus - LIVE: One world, #TogetherAtHome! #COVID19

The Coronavirus Pandemic: A Wake-Up Call to the Dangers of Centralized Governments

The coronavirus pandemic has rocked the world, causing widespread panic, uncertainty, and loss of life. But beyond the immediate human toll, the pandemic has also served as a stark reminder of the dangers of centralized governments. With their lockdowns, contact tracing, and other strict measures, many governments have taken unprecedented steps to control their citizens. This behavior raises questions about the true motives of those in power and the role that we, as citizens, should play in ensuring freedom and democracy.

Many people view the coronavirus pandemic as a wake-up call to the need for greater decentralization and individual responsibility. The pandemic has exposed the fragility of centralized systems and highlighted the importance of having diverse and resilient supply chains. It has also shown how government overreach can quickly spiral out of control, leading to more harm than good. As such, many people are calling for a more decentralized approach to public health and safety, one that recognizes the importance of local communities and individual rights.

At the same time, there are those who view the coronavirus pandemic as part of a larger conspiracy to consolidate power and control human activity on a massive scale. According to this theory, the pandemic is not just an unprecedented health crisis, but rather a deliberately engineered event intended to further the agenda of a shadowy group of elites. Some have even gone so far as to claim that the virus itself is a bioweapon that was released intentionally to achieve this goal.

While there is no concrete evidence to support such theories, the fact remains that the pandemic has provided ample opportunity for those in power to increase their control over citizens. Lockdowns, contact tracing, and other measures have been implemented on an unprecedented scale, and many people worry that these measures will become permanent fixtures of the new normal. Furthermore, the pandemic has resulted in widespread economic disruption, with millions losing their jobs and struggling to make ends meet. This economic instability may, in turn, lead to greater political instability and a further erosion of civil liberties.

As writers, it is our responsibility to hold those in power accountable and to ensure that our readers are informed about the potential risks of centralized government. We must encourage open and honest dialogue about the true motives of those in power and work to ensure that individual rights are protected. We must advocate for greater decentralization and resilience in our systems and demand transparency and accountability from our leaders. Only by doing so can we hope to safeguard our freedom and democracy in the face of future crises.

The coronavirus pandemic has been a wake-up call unlike any other, shining a spotlight on the dangers of centralized governments and the importance of individual freedom and decentralized systems. As writers, we have a critical role to play in ensuring that our readers are informed and engaged on these issues. We must not shy away from the hard questions or the uncomfortable truths. Instead, we must embrace them and work to ensure that our voices are heard. By doing so, we can help to build a more resilient and decentralized world, one that values individual liberty and human dignity above all else.
Tag: Coronavirus, conspiracy, freedom
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The music in Berlin has never stopped even with the lockdown. Crossing from La Fête de la Musique to a wide range of streaming events, there's no shortage of rhythm!

Remembering the famous song Summer Of ‘69, how would be that lyric if we turn it into Summer Of 2020?

Well, certainly not as sparkling as the one proposed by Brian Adams at the time…

One thing for sure didn't change. The 21st of June remains the day of the music. This summer La Fête de la Musique has been proposed as online event and renamed for the occasion La Fête de la Haus-Musique on the wave of the motto Make music! Now more than ever!

Since its debut in the German capital in 1995, the Music Festival become for all Berliners the most eagerly awaited and beloved early summer event and give it up would have been very difficult! As it was no possible, for obvious reasons, enjoyed musical performances in the squares and streets of the city on the traditional way the organizers gave-ahead to the live streaming. The videos of musicians and bands' performance are currently available on the Fête de la Musique Berlin web site.

In this moment of entertainment forced pause, wonder about how the situation is being tackled by people, arises spontaneously. The answer is solidarity and creativity!

We saw it first in Italy where people were playing and singing from balconies; a phenomenon that aroused the interest and solidarity of many and was copied by others.

In Berlin, since the first days of Lockdown, Facebook groups and non-profit organizations, such as United We Stream, have been created in support to the cultural sector and the Berliners' Clubs through a fundraising campaign. A positive answer immediately arrived from the web audience who has been contributing to carrying on the initiative together with the participation of many DJs and partners, also based in other countries.

Growing day after day, this phenomenon has not only revealed solidarity and sensitivity towards the entertainment sector strongly affected but has also created a sort of global cultural exchange bringing a bit of Berlin party and night-life in the living rooms, all over the world.

Not bad if we consider the calibre of the DJs and the locations, many are hosting the most famous Berliner's clubs.
For DJs and musicians, it's also an opportunity and a good way to grow in visibility, make new collaborations, compose new tracks and be focus on new projects.

Who knows?!? Maybe in the next months, we will go to listen to new sounds borns in a historical moment and enriching the already vast choice in the Berlin panorama.

Berlin, a city in constant evolution, where marches and protests are marked to the rhythm of techno and electro music, where being an artist and a musician is not a hobby but a profession; never more than now has it shown that even in front of the inevitable music continues!
Tag: Berlino, Fête de la Musique 2020, coronavirus, estate
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