Tokio Hotel’s manager & producer David Jost confirmed the incidents with BILD (German press media) and states:
“One of those masked stalker girls physically assaulted a family member of Bill and Tom on April 8th. We filed charges against the stalkers immediately the next day and now we are about to file additional charges, as well as request a restraining order. This way those stalkers won't be allowed to get anywhere close to the band's family members anymore. These veiled women… Continue
On their recent trip to LA, Cinema Bizarre gave an interview with Kiwibox.com right from the Cherrytree Offices. You can check out the full interview in the video player below to find out about the inspiration behind the song "After The Rain", and more about their upcoming headlining dates in the U.S.A.…
Whilst in New York City, Cinema Bizarre's frontman Strify gave an interview with myYearbook.com
You’ve said that you want to take your fans into another world when they hear your music, what world is that? I think it’s just my world. It’s a world full of glitter and glam with a little touch of melancholy.
La Roux's hot new EP 'Quicksand' is now available to download in the US on iTunes. As well as the title track the EP also contains the Mad Decent Remix of Quicksand and a Skream's remix of In For The Kill.…
Recently Buzznet.com got into bed with Cinema Bizarre shortly before their LA gig with Lady Gaga. The band discussed their fondness of Manga/Anime and how it’s influenced their style, and also how they respect label-mates Tokio Hotel for their ability to also do something different stating that “Bill has crazy pretty hair”.
Due to the overwhelming number of questions we are receiving on our Twitter account for Cinema Bizarre and Space Cowboy, it is really difficult to keep track of all the best ones and so would like to ask that they now be posted on our Cherrytree Records Forum instead where they can be easily accessed by all. Any questions that were already posted to us on Twitter will still be considered.
Popdirt are currently featuring Lindi Ortega's video blog from the first date of her tour with Raul Malo at the Keswick Theatre. Check out the footage and see what she has to say on her experience of touring with Raul Malo so far over on PopDirt.com
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La Roux's single 'In For The Kill' has risen up from the 11th to 7th spot on the UK Singles chart in the last week! Congratulations to La Roux! Her upcoming 'Quicksand' EP is being released here in the US on April 14th through Cherrytree Records. Check out her video for 'In For The Kill' below…
All of this week we will be accepting your questions for Space Cowboy and Cinema Bizarre over on our @Cherrytreerec Twitter Account. Simply Tweet in your questions, and we’ll give the best ones to the band and Space Cowboy to answer. The answers will be published next week in the form of a video at CherrytreeRecords.com
The amount of questions you can ask is not limited, so send in as… Continue
Lindi Ortega is currently being featured on the home page of PensEyeView.com for whom she recently gave an interview.
"Cherrytree/Interscope Records artist Lindi Ortega doesn’t deny herself by holding back her most honest thoughts – the Mexican Canadian songbird’s strength lies in it. She takes full responsibility – she doesn’t buy her lyrics from some Hollywood writer or ask for an over-hyped producer’s approval to go about…Continue
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Get to know more about Cinema Bizarre with this great video introduction to the band over on the YoungHollywood.com homepage. Featuring Lady Gaga who talks about inviting the band to open for her US-tour “The Fame Ball” because, in her own words, “they’re stars”.
URChicago Online has reviewed Lindi Ortega’s debut EP giving a rating of 4 out of 5 stars!
“When she sings “I should hold a funeral for every love I’ve lost and bury pieces of my heart under the winter frost,” it doesn’t matter how sensitive you are or aren’t, you will feel her pain. But in contrast, heartache and pain has never sounded so beautiful – the instrumentation of the song is gorgeous and you can even hear a xylophone at one point!”
In anticipation of her show this Sunday 5th April at the Keswick Theatre with Raul Malo, Lindi Ortega has given this great interview with the Philadelphia Weekly Online.
“I’ve heard a lot about the Keswick Theatre though, a lot of artists I know have played there. And I have a friend who lives there... he’s been to many concerts there and he always tells me how great it is and he bought tickets for the show, he’s really excited about it.”
Those familiar with Lady Gaga’s platinum album “The Fame” will know her bold rallying cry from the song “Starstruck,” her duet with Space Cowboy featuring Flo Rida: “Space Cowboy just play that track.”
Indeed, the heavy bass, neck-breaking clap, sharp synths and duet vocals on that album’s… Continue