CHVRCHES Drop New Single My Enemy With The Nationals Matt Berninger

first_img Listen: CHVRCHES New Single “My Enemy” chvrches-drop-new-single-my-enemy-nationals-matt-berninger News Twitter CHVRCHES Drop New Single “My Enemy” With The National’s Matt Berninger Hear the Scottish synth-pop band’s new single “My Enemy”Brian HaackGRAMMYs Feb 28, 2018 – 5:30 pm Matt Berninger, lead singer for the GRAMMY-winning alternative rock band The National made a surprising cameo in the music video for “Get Out,” the lead single from CHVRCHES forthcoming third album Love Is Dead. With the album’s May 25 release date fast approaching, the Glasgow, Scotland-based electropop act have brought Berninger back around as a featured vocalist on their new album’s second single “My Enemy.””We’ve all been huge fans of The National for a long time,” CHVRCHES singer Lauren Mayberry explained to NME, detailing that the two bands had shared a few festival billings together before becoming close while working on releases for Berninger’s 7-Inches For Planned Parenthood fundraising initiative.”[W]hen it came time to record ‘My Enemy,’ Iain [Cook] and Martin [Doherty] suggested I email Matt to see if he’d like to sing on it,” Mayberry adds. “We never realistically thought he’d have time to do it but he replied right away and recorded the track at his house the next day.”The resulting collaboration touches all the right notes of CHVRCHES trademark sound: it’s lyrically lush and sonically layered enough to wow crowds at festival stages, but also packed with hooks and catchy vocal melodies that should play well on radio and streaming platforms.center_img Email Facebook On the subject of the new album as a whole, Mayberry revealed that Love Is Dead is about, “coming to terms with the fact that there are great things in the world and there are awful things in the world and that you can’t get one without the other.”Pulling no punches in his own description of the new record, CHVRCHES’ guitarist and producer Iain Cook added, “we’re f*****, the world is f*****. But there’s an ellipses at the end. …Like, how did we get to this point? And how do we move on from this point? It’s ‘Love Is Dead, we’re f*****, what’s next?'”Getting The Latest Music News Just Got Easier. Introducing: GRAMMY Bot. Find it On KIK and Facebook MessengerRead morelast_img read more

Indias first IPR Policy approved by the cabinet

first_img7 Policy Objectives Commercialisation of IPRsTo get value for IPRs through commercialisation. IPR Awareness: Outreach and PromotionPublic awareness about the economic, social and cultural benefits of IPRs among all sections of society Administration and ManagementTo modernise and strengthen service-oriented IPR administration Human Capital DevelopmentTo strengthen and expand human resources, institutions and capacities for teaching, training, research and skill building in IPRs. Generation of IPRsTo stimulate the generation of IPRscenter_img India’s cabinet approved its first National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy on Friday. The policy aims to create awareness in society about economic, social, and cultural benefits of IPRs with a view to promote creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship, according to a statement from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.The policy is expected to chart a roadmap for the future of India’s intellectual properties, alongside laying an institutional mechanism for implementation, monitoring and review of an IPR regime.The government, R&D organisations, educational institutions, corporate entities — startups, and micro, small and medium enterprises — will put their strengths together to create an innovation-conducive environment, said the statement. It noted that the efforts will stimulate creativity and innovation across sectors,  collectively facilitating a stable, transparent and service-oriented IPR administration in the country.The policy mechanism is guided by seven objectives.7 Policy Objectives7 Policy Objectives7 Policy ObjectivesIPR Awareness: Outreach and PromotionPublic awareness about the economic, social and cultural benefits of IPRs among all sections of society7 Policy ObjectivesGeneration of IPRsTo stimulate the generation of IPRs7 Policy ObjectivesLegal and Legislative FrameworkTo have strong and effective IPR laws, which balance the interests of rights owners with larger public interest.7 Policy ObjectivesAdministration and ManagementTo modernise and strengthen service-oriented IPR administration7 Policy ObjectivesCommercialisation of IPRsTo get value for IPRs through commercialisation.7 Policy ObjectivesEnforcement and AdjudicationTo strengthen the enforcement and adjudicatory mechanisms for combating IPR infringements.7 Policy ObjectivesHuman Capital DevelopmentTo strengthen and expand human resources, institutions and capacities for teaching, training, research and skill building in IPRs. While different ministries shall be in charge of these action points, the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) will be the nodal agency to coordinate, guide and oversee implementation of the policy in all the other ministries.The policy highlights the criticality that IPRs have attained globally, and attempts to push the trend in India with regard to innovations owned by oneself or others.”The importance of IPRs as a marketable financial asset and economic tool also needs to be recognised. For this, domestic IP filings as also commercialisation of patents granted need to increase. Innovation and sub-optimal spending on R&D too are issues to be addressed,” the statement said.With the slogan “Creative India, innovative India,” the vision document aims to create and exploit synergies between all forms of intellectual property (IP), concerned statutes and agencies, said the statement. Enforcement and AdjudicationTo strengthen the enforcement and adjudicatory mechanisms for combating IPR infringements. Legal and Legislative FrameworkTo have strong and effective IPR laws, which balance the interests of rights owners with larger public interest.last_img read more

Kangana Ranaut was an actor on the sets of Mental Hai Kya

first_imgKangana RanautInstagramYesterday, media was flooded with reports stating that ‘Kangana Ranaut has been interfering with the shooting of Mental Hai Kya and that she has been unhappy with some of the scenes, which had to be re-shot, thus causing the delay in the release of the movie.However, director of Mental Hai Kya, Prakash Kovelamudi has rubbished these reports.”On my set, Kangana was an actor; a professional one, and a creative asset. Both Kangana and Rajkummar are powerhouse performers, whom I enjoyed directing. I am happy to see how their characters have turned out. Mental Hai Kya is an intriguing thriller with doses of quirk. The film challenges the norms, and I am thrilled to bring to the audience something original,” the director said in a statement.Further denying the reports about some portions of the film being re-shot, the director said, “We finished the first leg in Mumbai, the second in London, and the last one in Mumbai again. The final schedule was wrapped last month. That’s all! All other conjecture is baseless.”Produced by Shobha Kapoor, Ekta Kapoor and Shaailesh R Singh, Mental Hai Kya’s trailer is scheduled to be launched later this month and the film will hit the screens on July 26, 2019.last_img read more