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Robyn's pretty into robots herself: see songs like "Fembot", "Robot Boy", and "The Girl and the Robot".
Last week, the students got a special treat when Robyn herself visited the university to "chat about the looks and features of the robot." The singer "came up with a lot of awesome ideas... particularly what the robot should look like,…Continue
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Speaking to Sydney’s Daily Telegraph about his new appointment, Redfoo has declared that he won’t be holding back when it comes to the show.
“The main key for me is just being myself. What will happen is I will just get into a zone and that is what the world has gotten from Redfoo, just a guy being himself, and that is what makes me unique. I just follow my gut, follow my instinct and follow my feelings. I just want to have fun."
When asked about how he plans…Continue
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Last weekend, Nathaniel Wood took over The New Yorker’s Instagram account, posting dispatches from his adventures at Coachella, and, luckily for those of us who didn’t attend, he also made GIFs of the music festival. Check out the animated image of Deap Vally above.
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The salacious single, “Problem,” is basically my/every bad girls' anthem. She better work! But, seriously, Trouble is all sorts of heel-strutting, hair-whipping, off-key-shower-belting amazingness. Which means, borrow the nearest ventilator because she's about to take your breath away.
Ok, so let’s talk more about “Problem.” Who’s this about? Is this your version of…
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DISCLOSURE TO RELEASE SINGLES EP APRIL 30TH
UK BROTHERS SIGN TO CHERRYTREE/INTERSCOPE RECORDS IN USContinue
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Jessie Ware may single-handedly revive the crop top stateside. Along with signature colors of black and white, crop tops are Jessie’s go-to wardrobe pick, but for the Webster Hall show she had something different in mind. Just don’t expect her to steer too far away from black.
True to form Jessie’s dressed in a long-sleeved black crop top,…Continue
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"It was so magical, a real coming-of-age experience, where you listen to the music, lose yourself and become unhinged," she recalled Sunday afternoon. "We camped (in 2004), but we didn't have camping passes, so we slept on the grass and in our cars. At the time, I thought: 'I want to play (at) this festival.' This is so different now, being on the other side of…Continue
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It has been nearly four years since La Roux released their fluorescent debut, Grammy-winning album, but their recent comeback tour trail suggests their massively delayed follow-up release is finally on its way. This weekend, Elly Jackson and her fellow British cohorts played a late Sunday night set at Coachella, and whipped the crowd into the same frenzy they would have in 2010 — festivals have a knack for defying time and logic. Aside from…
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Elly Jackson glided onto the Mojave stage with a stone cold fox of a stare, commanding all the attention and yet completely looking like she didn’t give a s**t at the same time. With her hair as short, slicked back, and fiery as ever, she swiftly took charge of the crowd and belted out “In For the Kill” as their opener. With her long white laboratory-ish coat trailing behind her, Jackson looked about the equivalent to a mad scientist electroshocking her…Continue
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Ellie Goulding's manager Jamie Lillywhite takes in the sights and sounds at Coachella last weekend with his custom Cherrytree 20-gallon hat!
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Matthew Koma recently gave an interview to Dublin's 98FM and performed two songs including his new single "One Night" and a cover of Icona Pop's "I Love It." Check it out on 98FM.com (Matthew's interview starts five and a half minutes…Continue
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Jessie Ware’s tranquil force works quite like Beyonce’s serious album tracks: strong in vocals, innovative in production and haunting in their effect upon the listener. Ware’s smoky tone pierces…Continue
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