The Perfect Collab
A little while back we got our first listen to Miguel‘s How Many Drinks remix featuring Kendrick Lamar. As y’all know Kendrick and Miguel individually can do no wrong in my eyes, so I was so psyched to see them teaming up together. It just… makes sense. And I’m loving the visuals to their collabo, which just got released today. The video has a kind of Suit & Tie feel, but the song is on a whole ‘nother level. Peep the video for more!
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Yesterday afternoon I flew up to San Francisco, CA for a much-needed change of scenery and I’m really glad that I did. I considered canceling my trip so that I could stay home and sulk but thankfully, I didn’t do that. Instead, I got to enjoy a fun night in SF with a very dear friend, enjoying a live concert performance by other dear friends. I even got to meet a PITNB reader who cheered me up to no end. I’m flying back to LA shortly but this quick trip to SF has been extremely positive for me. Thank the gods. More »
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The Real Song, For Real
Last weekend Daft Punk teased audio and the music video for their new single Get Lucky, the first from their new album Random Access Memories. Today, after the illegitimate release of many fake versions of the track, Daft Punk officially releases the actual audio of the song. Get Lucky features Pharrell on vocals and can be heard in full above. If this is a sign of what’s to come on Random Access Memories then I think Daft Punk are going to do VERY WELL with this new album. I LOVE this track, can’t wait to hear more!! Random Access Memories will be released on May 21.
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This Time She's Covering Nancy Sinatra
A little while back Lana Del Rey offered up visuals for her cover of Leonard Cohen‘s Chelsea Hotel No. 2. It seems like she’s in the mood to relive and re-lurve some of her favorite songs because she’s just released a video for Summer Wine, her cover of the Nancy Sinatra song. It’s LDR, so you know she’s going for the retro look in the video. We’ve definitely seen it from her before, but this is a nice little hold-over… until we get to hear that new track from The Great Gatsby soundtrack. Plus her real-life boyfriend, Barrie-James O’Neill (singer for Scottish band Kassidy), is all up in this too. Peep the video for more! I love this song, but I really love the little shouts-out to Billie Holiday at the end. I’m wondering if that’s a hint at LDR‘s next cover!
Earlier today I confessed that Drake‘s new song was on repeat, and I’m happy to say I now have two songs that I’ll be blasting all day. Right about now, everybody’s got Baz Luhrmann on the brain. Trent‘s been enjoying some of his old movies, and I’ve been mentally and emotionally preparing for the release of The Great Gatsby as well. One aspect of the film that I’m crazy-excited about is the music. Jay-Z produced the soundtrack and we got to hear snippets of some of the amazing songs when a new trailer dropped a while back. Today we get the full version of one of the songs I was most excited to hear– Florence + The Machine‘s Over The Love. Click inside for your first listen!
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Last night my good friend Hustle Roses performed her latest concert here in SoCal at a show in Santa Monica, CA. As you may recall, Hustle Roses previously played shows at the Bootleg Bar in Echo Park and at the Ham and Eggs Tavern in downtown LA in just the past few weeks. Homegirl is working hard to ensure that as many people as possible are able to experience her music live. Last night’s Hustle Roses concert was also a bit of a reunion as well … click below to check out photos and video from the fun last night. More »
Made for Lovers
Early last month we learned that Garbage is teaming up with Screaming Females for a cover of the Patti Smith classic Because the Night which will be released on limited edition vinyl for Record Store Day on April 20. Today, just a few days before Record Store Day the official music video for the single has been released. Click the embed above to get your first listen of the track and get a behind the scenes look at Garbage and Screaming Females in the recording studio together.
Hear the NEW Single from The New Regime NOW!
Earlier this year we learned that Nine Inch Nails is coming back to the concert performance stage later in the year and even tho there has yet to be an official announcement about new music (outside of the two new songs Trent Reznor promises for the upcoming tour), I think many fans are hopeful that we will get to hear new NIN stuff soon. In the meantime, NIN drummer Ilan Rubin is hard at work on the release of a new album by his solo project The New Regime. A new album titled Exhibit A will be released next month and today we get to hear the first single from the album, a track titled Daydream. Click below to hear this new single in full, learn more about Exhibit A and check out a cool promo video that previews tracks from the album. More »
Remember that song she recorded for her boys?
Back in late January we learned from our dear Britney Spears herself that she had recorded a song for her sons Sean Preston and Jayden James. At the time, it wasn’t immediately clear what the song was or when it would be released. Some speculated that it might be a song featured on her upcoming 8th album, others surmised that it might be a song recorded for a kids show, like Sesame Street. Today we learn straight from the horse’s mouth that the song will be featured on the soundtrack to the upcoming animated sequel film The Smurfs 2. Click below to read the news straight from Britney herself as well as information from the official press release. More »
"Oh baby, I have no doubt you're the one that I want"
Last year the trio known as Emblem 3 made a bit of a splash on The X Factor before they were eliminated from the competition. Today we learn that Emblem 3 are still going strong and have just released their debut single. The guys — Wesley Stromberg, Keaton Stromberg, and Drew Chadwick — stopped by On Air with Ryan Seacrest to drop their new single Chloe (You’re The One) … which you can listen to in full below. More »