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Posted by Eliot Sumner on July 22, 2014 at 11:00am 0 Comments




Eliot Sumner has announced that she will be releasing a brand new 4-song EP on July 29 entitled Information, via Cherrytree.  PRESS HERE to listen to the stunning, synth-and-strings driven title track, which was recorded at the Strongroom studios in London.


Information, the first taste of the full length album that’s due out next year, comes from a renewed sense of focus and clarity, and bears electronic hallmarks with some surprising influences including Sumner’s favorite band as a teenager, the Bad Seeds.


Eliot says, “This record is a lot more organic. There’s loads of energy. I’ve been listening to loads of Krautrock which has influenced a lot of it. I think it sounds kind of fresh but also quite familiar. It’s the kind of music that I would probably listen to, which is good.”


“Information,” was recorded in one take and is a modern day break-up song about a quest to know everything, thanks to social media. Soaring melodies disguise a darker subject matter in the guitar-driven “Come Friday,” and “Wobbler” tells the story of a person who “kills people, ex-lovers, out of joy,” explains Sumner.


After releasing The Constant in 2010 under the moniker I Blame Coco, Eliot toured for two years, playing headlining shows and festivals all over the world. Since…


Royksopp & Robyn Release A Revolutionary Video For 'Do It Again'!

Posted by Robyn on July 21, 2014 at 11:52am 0 Comments

"The video stirs up a feeling of chaos which is what we talked about quite a bit when we wrote ‘Do It Again’. Life takes you to a critical point and even though it might not make you happy, when it´s over, you want to go back…soon" - Robyn

Cherrytree Recording Artist La Roux’s Trouble In Paradise Out Next Week!

Posted by La Roux on July 17, 2014 at 2:55pm 0 Comments

Cherrytree/Interscope Recording Artist

La Roux’s Trouble In Paradise Out Next Week!

Pre-Order Now On iTunes

Announces Nationwide Fall Headlining Tour

La Roux’s highly anticipated sophomore release, Trouble In Paradise is set to hit next week, July 22nd via Cherrytree/Interscope Records. Listen to the album in full now via iTunes First Play ( then pre-order your copy with three immediate song downloads ( The already acclaimed upcoming release features nine tracks, each written and performed by multi-instrumentalist Elly Jackson and co-produced with Ian Sherwin. The reviews coming in have been incredible with Rolling Stone raving, “her vintage synth-pop magnificence…has warmed into the sort of electro-disco drama you imagine the Daft Punk robots blasting as they cruise down Highway 1.” while Billboard exclaimed, “La Roux returns with a bold new look and a thrilling new sound.” We couldn’t agree more!


On the eve of release for Trouble in Paradise, La Roux has also announced a fall headlining tour that will kick off in Canada at Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom on September 18 before heading stateside…


The Guardian Names 'Trouble In Paradise' The Years Best Pop Album So Far

Posted by La Roux on July 17, 2014 at 11:39am 0 Comments

Elly Jackson last released an album in 2009. Once, a pop star leaving five years between their debut and its follow-up would have been unimaginable – so much would have happened in the interim that it would be almost impossible to keep up, to seem like anything other than a relic from a lost past. Even today, when rock and pop develops at a far slower pace, five years seems a very long time to wait. In fact, it seems like prima facie evidence, as the website Popjustice sorrowfully concluded late last year, that "something has clearly gone very wrong", a judgment underlined by the curious, stuttering updates on the album's progress. In late 2009, it was announced that Jackson and her collaborator Ben Langmaid had started writing the album. A year later, it was suggested that she was now working with a mysterious "established indie band" – which could theoretically have meant anyone from Arctic Monkeys to Milky Wimpshake, but rumour insisted it referred to portentous doom-mongers White Lies. A year after that, she was said to be working with Nile Rodgers. Then in 2013, she played a series of low-key comeback gigs, followed by another 12 months of ominous silence.

As it turned out, almost everything seemed to have gone wrong with La Roux's second album. In the wake of her debut's success, Jackson suffered from anxiety attacks that eventually…


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