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Watch Montaigne’s dazzling ‘Technicolour’ Eurovision performance

After a series of false starts due to the coronavirus pandemic, Montaigne has finally appeared as part of the Eurovision Song Contest. The singer-songwriter shared a remotely-filmed performance of her entry, ‘Technicolour’, as part of the song contest’s first semi-final. The high-energy performance saw Montaigne backed by a trio of...
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Double threat Montaigne’s journey through football and music

Australian singer Montaigne chats football, music and more. Father Gus played professionally in Australia and Malaysia. The odd footballer has tried their hand at music through the years, with wildly varying degrees of success it must be said, but what about a musician with a talent for football? Australian singer Montaigne is one such double threat.
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“Any expectations I had were crushed by circumstances” – Montaigne speaks openly about inability to fly to Rotterdam in emotional press conference

Following the first rehearsals of the acts competing in the first semi-final of Eurovision 2021, Australia’s Montaigne joined the press centre remotely from her bedroom. In the small Meet & Greet with the press, the “Technicolour” songstress shared her thoughts about not being able to come to Rotterdam for the contest.
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Direct from down under: Montaigne gives little away in Australia’s behind-the-scenes video for Eurovision 2021

Since Montaigne isn’t travelling to Rotterdam, there are no rehearsals for Australia. Instead, organisers have released a behind-the-scenes video and pictures. Australia’s Montaigne “Technicolour” — Eurovision 2021 first rehearsal. Padraig: For once, fans at home are getting just as much insight as the press. Everyone has only the 48-second backstage...
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Wiwi Jury: Australia’s Montaigne with “Technicolour”

The Wiwi Jury — our in-house team of music unprofessionals — is reviewing and rating the 39 competing songs in Eurovision 2021. Next we turn to Australia, where Montaigne has “Technicolour”. Did we like her musical rainbow? Read on to find out!. Montaigne – “Technicolour”. “Technicolour” reviews. Antranig: As Montaigne...
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Daily digest: Montaigne teases music video…Albina sings “Husavik”

Every weekday, between now and the contest in May, the team from wiwibloggs will round up the latest titbits from the world of Eurovision 2021. We trawl through Instagram, Twitter and elsewhere so that y’all don’t have to. In today’s Daily Digest, Montaigne teases her music video, Albina sings “Husavik” and Victoria performs “Growing Up Is Getting Old”. But first…
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Australian singer Montaigne reveals she'll be performing in the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest 'remotely' as the coronavirus pandemic makes her unable to travel to the Netherlands

She's set to represent Australia in this year's Eurovision Song Contest, but Montaigne has revealed she won't be there in person. In a post on Instagram on Tuesday, the 25-year-old singer announced that she was unable to travel to Rotterdam in the Netherlands, where the contest is being held next month.
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Montaigne: 10 facts about Australia’s Eurovision 2021 singer

Montaigne will represent Australia at Eurovision 2021 with her song “Technicolour”. She was originally due to sing “Don’t Break Me” at Eurovision 2020. However, the contest was cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But, just like several other countries, Australia rested its usual national final for one year and internally selected Montaigne instead. Her entry “Technicolour” received its live premiere at Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade.
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Daily digest: Lithuania’s Culture Ministry puts The Roop forward for vaccine priority list… Montaigne becomes a drag queen

Every weekday, between now and the contest in May, the team from wiwibloggs will round up the latest titbits from the world of Eurovision 2021. We trawl through Instagram, Twitter and elsewhere so that y’all don’t have to. In today’s Daily Digest Montaigne becomes a drag queen, Epic Sax Guy does “Sugar” and Lithuania’s Culture Minsitry proposes that The Roop get vaccine priority. But first…
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“Time to take off your cloaks!” – Montaigne’s “Technicolour” lyrics tell us to shine bright

Sydney-raised singer-songwriter Montaigne was internally selected to represent Australia at Eurovision 2021. The 25-year-old won the national selection last year with “Don’t Break Me” and is back again with “Technicolour”. The song was selected from a number of others entries, including one submitted by Diane Warren. Scroll down for “Technicolour”...
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On Essays: Montaigne to the Present

Oxford. Oxford University Press. 2020. 380 pages. IN HER INTRODUCTION to The Best American Essays 1992, Susan Sontag writes: “The culture administered by universities has always regarded the essay with suspicion.” Twenty-eight years later, does the appearance of On Essays: Montaigne to the Present—produced by one of the world’s premier university publishers and written by academics—indicate a change of heart? Scholars are certainly showing signs of a dawning awareness that this is an area worth exploring. Thomas Karshan and Kathryn Murphy are correct that the twenty-first century is witnessing “a revival of interest in the essay form.” In similar vein, Felicity James—who contributes an excellent chapter on Charles Lamb—talks about the essay today being “rediscovered and reinvented.” And, in another essay-focused volume published in 2020—Imagined Spaces, edited by Gail Low and Kirsty Gunn—no less an authority than Phillip Lopate adds his voice to this idea of a contemporary essay-renaissance. Though the essay has long been “neglected at a theoretical level,” Lopate reckons this “is beginning to change.” In evidence he cites recent conferences and books that have started to construct “a poetics and ideology of the essay.”
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Australia: Montaigne’s “Technicolour” gets its official release

It received its worldwide premiere on Australian radio on Thursday. And now, Montaigne’s “Technicolour” is available to stream and download on all leading platforms. Montaigne’s “Technicolour” is officially released. Upon the song’s release, the Eurovision 2021 star says:. “I’m so excited to present Technicolour to the world! I think it...