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Rita Ora faces backlash over use of dog with cropped ears in music video
Rita Ora has faced backlash from animal activists after she featured a dog with cropped ears in her latest music video.
The singer has been criticised by PETA activists for including the pitbull in the video for ‘Big’, a new collaboration with the likes of David Guetta and Imanbek.
The video itself sees Ora walking along a street in Bulgaria, where she encounters a masked man holding the dog with clipped ears on a lead.
The process of clipping ears is undertaken by breeders to give the animals a tough appearance, but is outlawed in the U.K. under the Animal Welfare Act. However, it is not illegal to import dogs who have already been clipped from other countries.
PETA UK director Elisa Allen told MailOnline: “Maiming animals for vanity is unacceptable. Dogs’ ears are there for a purpose, and they need to use them like directional antennae.
“Ear cropping is a painful mutilation that is most commonly used by dogfighters to prevent an opponent from grabbing the ears – it has no place in a civilised, humane society.”
She went on to explain how the procedure “involves cutting off the majority of the dog’s enervated, extremely sensitive ear and taping the remnants into an unnatural, ‘devilish’ shape for aesthetic reasons.”
The latest controversy for Ora comes after she was fined £10,000 for breaking lockdown rules to hold her 30th birthday party.
The singer was forced to apologise last November after hosting a group of friends for a meal at Notting Hill’s Casa Cruz restaurant, despite regulations at the time banning indoor meetings of separate households.
She then issued a separate apology when it later emerged that she should have been self-isolating at the time of the party, having travelled to Egypt in a private jet on November 21 to perform at a hotel in Cairo before returning to the UK the next day.
Under current government quarantine rules, Ora was meant to self-isolate for 14 days but instead attended her own birthday party on November 28.
NME has contacted Ora’s representatives for comment.
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The band Love, founded on the Sunset Strip in the mid-'60s, was one of the first multiracial American rock bands. Their music is beyond influential and relevant to this day. Members included eccentric lead singer/songwriter Arthur Lee, who had a dog named Self; songwriter/guitarist Bryan MacLean, who penned Love's biggest hit, "Alone Again Or"; guitarist Johnny Echols; Ken Forssi on bass; and Alban "Snoopy" Pfisterer on drums. The Doors even used to be their opening act at clubs like the famed Whisky in L.A. In 1966, as the bandmates got ready to perform on Dick Clark's American Bandstand, they were all fashioned in extremely tight pants, so the producers asked that they wear their guitars low to shield their "man packages." They did the exact opposite by shortening their guitar straps in rebellious rock 'n' roll glory. Download "Alone Again Or," from Love's 1967 release Forever Changes. It's a classic.
Song: Alone Again Or
Album: Forever Changes
Singer and banjoist Abigail Washburn is "caught between two worlds": her passion for Chinese culture/language and her American roots. But her art is a two-lane highway merging into one. Washburn grew up in the Chicago area, later moving to D.C. and Minnesota. In the late '90s, she went to Shanghai to study law, eventually moving to Vermont, before settling in Nashville. Abigail Washburn & The Sparrow Quartet, produced by Bela Fleck of the critically acclaimed Flecktones, is extremely easy on the ears. The title "Kangding Qingge (Old Timey Dance Party)," sung in Chinese, is original with a hint of unusual. It has a stirring sweetness. The integrity of her voice inside this elegant, well-thought-out hillbilly Mandarin arrangement works beautifully. The musicianship is exceptional.
Artist: Abigail Washburn
Song: Kangding Qingge (Old Timey Dance Party)
Album: Abigail Washburn & The Sparrow Quartet
The Acorn is a six-piece ensemble from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The band was founded in 2003 by Rolf Klausener, Jeff Debutte, T. Jeffrey Malecki, Howie Tsui, and Shaun Weadick, and keyboardist Keiko Devaux joined in 2006. Their waggish influences, according to their MySpace page: "genetics, high-school bullies, love, the periodic table, Oedipal complexes, sibling rivalry, prep school, hopes and dreams for the future, crippling dread, engrams, that first and special kiss, the inexorable march of time, the urge to reproduce with others of our own species..." The EP Tin Fist, released in '06, contains the title "Maplebees," which has one of those melodies that triggers bittersweet and long-forgotten memories.
Artist: The Acorn
Album: Tin Fist
Esthero has a lot of a.k.a.'s: "Little Dukes Up, the Peach Cup Pink Pirate, Esthero Fairy, a.k.a. Lady Juicy Bootie, a.k.a. the Pink Perpetrator." Esthero is also Esther + hero (combining the line "If I am to be the hero, then I cannot fly from darkness" with the name of its speaker, Esther Greenwood of The Bell Jar). Esthero is the duo of singer/songwriter (real name) Jen-Bea Englishman and engineer/producer Doc (a.k.a. Martin McKinney). The band was formed in Toronto in the mid-nineties. Wikked Lil' Grrrls, released in 2005, contains a collaboration with Sean Lennon titled "Everyday Is a Holiday (With You)." It's got a smart melody, and it's a joyous, feel-good crystalline listen.
Song: Everyday Is a Holiday (With You)
Album: Wikked Lil' Grrrls
Figurines are a Danish group of five from Copenhagen, founded in the mid-nineties by Christian Hjelm (vocals, guitar), Claus S. Johansen (guitar, backing vocals), Jens Ramon (keys, backing vocals), Kristian Volden (drums), and Mads Kjaergaard (bass). The band has been paid by the Danish government to be "cultural ambassadors." The title "The Air We Breathe" is from Figurines' third album, When the Deer Wore Blue, released in 2007. The song is impossible not to like. Their harmonies are like a five-star hotel. Check in.
Song: The Air We Breathe
Album: When The Deer Wore Blue
Maria Doyle Kennedy
Singers always want to be actors, and actors always want to be singers. Maria Doyle Kennedy has done both and done them well. Best known as the first wife of Henry VIII in Showtime's The Tudors, this Dublin native started out in Alan Parker's 1991 film The Commitments. Mutter, German for "mother," is her fourth release. The track "Forty Days" has pop magic dust.
Artist: Maria Doyle Kennedy
Song: Forty Days
Song: My Father's Gun
Album: Tumbleweed Connection (Remastered)
Béla Bartók (& June De Toth)
Song: Stomping Dance
Album: Bartok Solo Piano Works, Volume 3
Edie Brickell (& New Bohemians)
Song: Stranger Things
Album: Stranger Things
Mississippi John Hurt
Song: Nobody's Dirty Business
Album: 1928 Sessions
Song: Time Flies
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Song: Nowhere At All
Album: Coney Island Baby
Song: Very Very Very Wooden Wedding
Chaka Khan (Rufus)
Song: You Got the Love
Album: Rags to Rufus
Arturo Toscanini (& the NBC Symphony Orchestra)
Song: Die Walküre, Act 1 - Scene 3 (A Rehearsal Without Singers): Wälse, Wälse! Wo Ist Dein Schwert?
Album: Arturo Toscanini Rehearses Die Walküre, Act 1 - Scene 3
Roger Daltrey (The Who)
Song: Love Ain't for Keeping
Album: Who's Next (Remastered)
Arthur Lee (& Love)
Song: Five String Serenade
Album: Five String Serenade
Carlos Surinach (Bronx Arts Ensemble)
Song: Trois Chansons et Danses Espagnoles: Adagio; Allegro Tranquillo
Album: Carlos Surinach: Ritmo Jondo
Song: Wholy Holy (1-13-1972 Version)
Album: Amazing Grace: The Complete Recordings
Song: Please Do Something
Karen Carpenter (The Carpenters)
Song: (They Long to Be) Close to You
Album: Close to You
Song: Love Hangover
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Song: Golden Ring
Album: Backless (Remastered)
Song: Sympathy for the Devil
Album: Glass Onion
Song: Brown Eyes
Album: The Fame
Song: If I Were in Your Shoes
Album: Liza! Liza!
Quincy Jones (& His Orchestra)
Song: Walk on the Wild Side
Album: Plays Hip Hits
Music dog ears
Through A Dog's Ear: Vol 1, Music To Calm Your Canine Companion
The sensory environments that dogs live in can have huge impacts on their personality, perception, and tolerances for years to come. To have the calm, well-adjusted dog of our dreams, we must pay attention to and create a peaceful sonic environment where their nervous system can find a relaxed state.
To fully understand the intersection of sound and the canine relaxation response, we spent 5 years researching this topic, far before we produced our first album, Calm Your Canine, in 2008. Through a Dogâs Ear teamed up with veterinary neurologist Susan Wagner to develop and hone a unique understanding of how the canine ear can be soothed with specific patterns and frequencies. Using that insight, we created music shown to be twice as effective for soothing dogs as conventional classical selections.
The science proves it: studies show these solo piano classical arrangements reduced anxiety behavior and induced calmness in 70% of dogs in shelters or kennels, and 85% of dogs in households!
Our goal was to make music as beautiful as it is effective. Calm Your Canine delivers that perfect union. Soothing solo piano soundtracks have been specially re-arranged to synchronize with the natural rhythms of a relaxed mammalian nervous system. Music that you can enjoy with your furry companionâand, most importantly, will help your best friend live a happier, healthier, and well-adjusted life.
Streaming + Download
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Limited Edition Vinyl 7" + Download
Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
Records are beautiful things. The 7" contains all four songs pressed onto vinyl, presented in a full colour printed sleeve.
Includes unlimited streaming of So It Goes via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Dog Ears is the solo project of Mat Baynton of Special Benny.
The songs were written and recorded at his home in Greenwich with contributions by Mat’s band mates. Ben Gates contributed arrangements for ‘The Howling’ and ‘Like Rain’ and played drums, piano, trumpet, sax and melodica, while Tom Corbett mixed and mastered the EP.
The distinctive cutout book sleeve image was created by Rachael Edwards after a conversation struck up on Twitter about ‘The Art of Looking Sideways’.
released November 14, 2011
all rights reserved
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