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Anya Marina: Slow & Steady Seduction, Phase II

Friday, January 30th, 2009

So has this awesome thing called the Full CD Listening Party. Basically, you get to listen to new releases for free. Honestly, it’s awesome, you have the opportunity to expose yourself to a lot of music that you might have missed out on normally. Only downside….the albums don’t seem to stay up for that [...]

Lily Allen’s “The Fear” out today!

Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

Yes, I do like Lily Allen, and I’m not afraid to admit it. What’s not to love about a saucy English lass cursing over a bubbly pop tune. So today is the official release date of Lily’s single “The Fear”, off her upcoming album It’s Not Me, It’s You, even though it’s been floating around [...]

New Bird and The Bee: Ray Guns Are Not Just the Future

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

Still a huge fan of The Bird and The Bee, I have been patiently awaiting their sophomore album, Ray Guns Are Not Just the Future, which is due out Jan. 27th. Continuing to keep things fresh, this time around they’ve managed to produce tracks that are much more danceable and funky, that is to say, [...]

Video: Metronomy’s “A Thing For Me”

Monday, December 22nd, 2008

Love these guys….check Metronomy‘s Nights Out.

Essser’s “Satisfied” remixed by Toddla – T

Wednesday, December 10th, 2008

I had been meaning to check out Esser for awhile… and peep the Toddla T and Ross Orton remix as well…

Housse de Racket remixes

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

So I have been hearing this song on the radio here in Switzerland for awhile by a French group called Housse de Racket. It’s you average catchy pop song, but for some reason it has really stuck on me. Here are a couple remixes you can check out by their fellow Parisians Gonzales, 25 Hours [...]

Chester French to headline free show for Puma’s 60th Birthday in Brooklyn

Monday, December 1st, 2008

Although I wasn’t too excited about the Steve Aoki, El-P and The Neptunes, Chester French remixes that were recently released, I still do hold a soft spot of these Harvard boys, and am eagerly awaiting their full length debut album….whenever that may be. In the meantime I have their single for “She Loves Everybody” that [...]

Ladyhawke “Dusk Till Dawn”

Wednesday, November 26th, 2008

So I don’t know when my relationship with Ladyhawke fizzled, but I recently saw her video for “Dusk Till Dawn” on TV and it kind of rekindled the flame. I don’t know why but I’m a sucker for 80′s synth-pop. Something in between a Whitesnake video and the movie Halloween, the video made me laugh [...]

Obi Best tonight at Union Pool

Monday, November 17th, 2008

Being the big fan of The Bird and the Bee that I am, it wasn’t very hard to fall in love with Obi Best. After all, the brain behind the project is Alex Lilly, sometime back-up singer for the afore mentioned. Their debut album Capades, boasts sweet, infectious and ethereal pop songs, while embracing a [...]

School of Seven Bells

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

I cannot stop listening to Alpinisms, the full length debut release of Brooklyn based School of Seven Bells (thanks again Andrew!). A record laden with dreamy pop and echoing guitar chords, it’s the heavenly harmonies of twin sisters Alejandra and Claudia Deheza that give the album an almost other worldly feel. They are playing Webster [...]

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