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7 minutes ago, robster said:

Apple is doing these town hall events called “Today at Apple” at Apple store’s and she’s going to do one to promote the remixing possibilities of the Garage band app, using her single Crave. People will soon be able to sign up for the event and there will be a video she recorded where she talks about the process of recording the new album! More info is going to be released soon!

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1 hour ago, robster said:

Apple is doing these town hall events called “Today at Apple” at Apple store’s and she’s going to do one to promote the remixing possibilities of the Garage band app, using her single Crave. People will soon be able to sign up for the event and there will be a video she recorded where she talks about the process of recording the new album! More info is going to be released soon!

Sooo glad to hear there is actually some kind of promo for Crave. The song deserves a chance, and some live performances would go a long way.  From her Instagram this week, I started to think that she gave up on promoting the released singles and  is already fully focusing only on the tour.

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https://www.drownedmadonna.com/2019/06/01/apple-music-lab-remix-madonna-from-june-16/ 

 

We heard some exciting news about a new collaboration between Madonna and Apple called “Music Lab: Remix Madonna.”

 

We have been told that this new free Apple workshop will be officially unveiled next week.

Yesterday, fellow fansite News of Madonna broke the news about this collaboration between Madonna and Apple. We can confirm that it is true and it is called “Music Lab: Remix Madonna.”

We can also add that this session will be available from June 16, while participants can sign up for this session from June 14, the day Madame X will be released.

We heard that Madonna filmed an amazing intro where she talks about her creative process, Lisbon, Madame X and her relationship with music. Madonna invites participants to work on her new single Crave feat. Swae Lee.

We can also add that “the intro features an interview between Julie Adenuga from Beats 1 and Madonna, who shares the inspirations from her upcoming album, Madame X, and her experience with award-winning producer Mike Dean.”

In this first session, participants will explore the story and craft of Madonna and her new track, Crave.

Apple will teach participants to remix Crave using GarageBand on an iPhone or iPad.

Apple free workshops gets millions of participants, many of them are young people.

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1 hour ago, imakicola said:

Ok. That’s exciting. But confusing. Because it says it’s available NEXT WEEK, but then says JUNE 16!

No, it says that it will be unveiled/announced next week, registration will be on June 14 and the workshop on June 16? 

Get those Madame X streams!!!!!

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I love that a Madonna fan page thinks the album title is Confessions on THE Dance Floor. Huge pet peeve of mine. If you can’t get details like this right, what else is incorrect?

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26 minutes ago, Shaun said:

I love that a Madonna fan page thinks the album title is Confessions on THE Dance Floor. Huge pet peeve of mine. If you can’t get details like this right, what else is incorrect?

Right up there with people calling it Devil Wouldn’t Even Recognize You!

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5 hours ago, Sideris said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wait. I’m prwtty sure iTunes existed before COADF. I remember it wasn’t until 2005 that she finally uploaded her back catalogue right before COADF when other artists already had ages prior. Or am I misunderstanding something?

 

also, it looked like Crave was going to be the song for apple. Now it’s a third single? Oh gosh so much to come

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Just now, imakicola said:

Wait. I’m prwtty sure iTunes existed before COADF. I remember it wasn’t until 2005 that she finally uploaded her back catalogue right before COADF when other artists already had ages prior. Or am I misunderstanding something?

You are correct. I wonder if that tweet is referring to her “inaugurating” her back catalog onto iTunes in 2005 prior to COADF, and they’ve just worded it unusually. We will see. 

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It sounds from the first couple of official reviews, as well as the tidbits from Twitter after the listening party, as though God Control and I Don’t Search I Find will be the big production numbers and possibly dance tunes.

Dark Ballet sounds like it will be epic and not sound like anything else.

Crazy supposedly sounds like classic Madonna, but that can mean anything!  What style, what era?

Does anyone want to take a guess as to what Batuka will sound like?  Elaborate ballad with a choir?  World beats that will make us dance in a different way?  Something like Paul Simon’s Graceland?

And what about Come Alive, about which we know nothing?  Ballad?  Upbeat pop?

We still don’t know what STYLE Killers Who Are Partying is.

So much mystery!

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26 minutes ago, robster said:

Today all over the city of Utrecht in the Netherlands where there was a big Pride celebration!

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that's wonderful !

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