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William's Daily La Blog 26 - 30th June 2010

We're on route to Belgium. Back on the festival runs which should be fun.

We've just driven past my house on the bus. It's always been a dream of mine to get picked up by a tourbus outside of your COULD have been the day!

Before bus call, I went to the Old Blue Last in Shoreditch to see some hardcore bands. I had to leave before the headliners "Throats" but could the band "Last Witness" who I had never heard before, and they KILLED it! So so heavy, and tight… Continue

Added by La Roux on June 30, 2010 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Robyn in Paper Magazine's Summer Music Issue!


Added by Robyn on June 30, 2010 at 4:18pm — No Comments

Cherrytree Artists take Top 4 spots in Billboards Dance/Electronic Album Charts

Cherrytree Artists Lady Gaga, Robyn and La Roux are currently occupying the top 4 spots of the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums Chart. The Fame by Lady Gaga, The Fame Monster by Lady Gaga, Body Talk Pt. 1 by Robyn and La Roux's Self Titled debut album are sitting at positions 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the chart respectively. All albums out now on Cherrytree Records and are available from all good retailers.

Check out the chart positions on the… Continue

Added by Cherrytree on June 30, 2010 at 6:00am — 2 Comments

William's Daily La Blog 25 - 29 June 2010

I'm in another club?! HOW did this happen?! For a guy that doesn't drink, I go out a lot. There's only so much tap water one can drink..I reckon I have saved about £10,000 on drinking water in night clubs as opposed to booze.

Tonight, its White Heat, at Madame Jo Jos. My flat mate and I are on match making duty. I thought it was going well, but as I write this, a friend of mine (who I paired up with my best friend) has come back and after them flirting all night saying he's "not her… Continue

Added by La Roux on June 29, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Debut Album - You Love You - Out Now!

Semi Precious Weapons' Debut Album "You Love You" is out today in the US! To purchase the album for only $7.99 on iTunes click one of the links below.

iTunes [Explicit]…


Added by Semi Precious Weapons on June 29, 2010 at 3:13am — No Comments

William's Daily La Blog 24 - 28th June 2010

A much needed chill day today. Didn't leave my sofa, except for coming to the club my flatmate works in (which is where I am now)

Why am I writing my blog when I should be partying hard? Well, I don't drink, so there's not really much you can do!

I'm faced with a situation. My ex girlfriend is here who owes me £ friends are telling me I should go and say hello, shake her hand, and when she shakes back, grab her hand and drag her to the nearest cash point..too… Continue

Added by La Roux on June 28, 2010 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Dancehall Dream - The New Yorker reviews Body Talk Pt. 1

Robyn’s new album, “Body Talk Pt. 1,” provides eight handsomely formed, near-perfect pop songs that are embedded with a casual kind of feminism. Robyn, a small, delicate-looking thirty-one-year-old Swede, is remarkably adept at producing pleasurable, accessible pop that, like some kind of…


Added by Robyn on June 28, 2010 at 3:30pm — 2 Comments

Far East Movement Interview with

The Far East Movement brought their stylishly geeked out show to Venue nightclub on Granville, and they did not disappoint their skinny tie, big glasses wearing, high energy, ball capped fans. They rocked the stage like…


Added by FAR EAST MOVEMENT on June 28, 2010 at 3:30pm — No Comments

William's Daily La Blog 23 - 27th June 2010

It was a sad day for England today with the football. The Germany /England football features have been huge since 1966 and apart from that day, we always seem to fail.

The day today was all about that. Oh, and sitting in the park. I came back to Hyde Park to finish up at Hard Rock Calling, though I've been asleep for hours on a bean bag in the sunshine. Tough Sunday really..

Off to go and see Paul McCartney play in a minute. I've not seen any bands today, but my dad would… Continue

Added by La Roux on June 27, 2010 at 7:48pm — No Comments

William's Daily La Blog 22 - 26th June 2010

I got back from Glastonbury VERY late last night and barely slept from adrenaline (that, a drunken loud flatmate and a cat who scratches my door all night)

Today has all been about Hard Rock Calling, a festival in Hyde Park. For once, it wasn't for work, well, for me, my girlfriend was DJ'ing the tent for her work, but it meant we got wristbands for the weekend! I'm all about the headliners. Jamiroqui AND Stevie Wonder!

"Deeper Underground" was one of the first singles I bought,… Continue

Added by La Roux on June 26, 2010 at 5:57pm — No Comments

William's Daily La Blog 21 - 25th June 2010

So we played Glastonbury. On the second biggest stage. Just after Phoenix. WHAT?!?!

It was as great as I had always imagined it to be, and at my favourite time of day at a festival, as the evening is drawing in, but the sun is out enough to still wear your shades on stage!!

We had a set of gold palm trees,our usual set, and a few more people to help us out, including 4 amazing dancers, 3 steel pan players, 2 turtle doves and Glen Gregory from Heaven 17. He came on and sang… Continue

Added by La Roux on June 25, 2010 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Far East Movement on

Los Angeles' Koreatown sensation Far East Movement is doing it’s best rendition of producing music that’s purely fun again. The best way to simply put it is “feel-good” music. FM's beats have a light funky vibe, and the lyrics exhibit a care-free attitude that's frequently heard in that of Lil Wayne or even a onetime Movement collaborator/DXnext fellow, Wiz Khalifa. With their latest single “Like A G6” approaching two million YouTube plays, following last year's “Girls On The Dance…


Added by FAR EAST MOVEMENT on June 25, 2010 at 4:16pm — No Comments

Darkside of the Sun on MTV Buzzworthy

Tokio Hotel's 2010 tour may be over, but that doesn't mean it's turning off the lights and locking up Humanoid City. Quite the contrary. Tokio Hotel just dropped a brand-new video for "Darkside Of The Sun," which is a performance video that a) fulfills your desire for another Tokio Hotel video and b)…


Added by Tokio Hotel on June 25, 2010 at 4:07pm — 6 Comments

'Dancing on my Own' in NPR's Best Summer Dance Music

On this edition of All Songs Considered, host Bob Boilen talks with NPR Music's Frannie Kelley, Amy Schriefer and Sami Yenigun about their favorite songs for getting your "groove" on and shaking your "booty" this summer. Hear new music from Swedish pop singer Robyn, Kylie Minogue, Big Boi, a special premiere of a new track by Scissor Sisters and more. - Check it out on the NPR… Continue

Added by Robyn on June 25, 2010 at 4:05pm — No Comments

Body Talk Pt 1 4/5 Review on

"At its core however, it is “Dancing On My Own” that embodies the heart and soul of this mini-record; a 21st century reconfiguration of the classic discotheque record, colored by icy rapid-fire synthesizers and flawless Swede-pop production courtesy of producer, Patrik Berger. The song is the purest definition of sad disco, as well as the logical artistic progression after the success of her previous tear-jerking stormer, “With Every Heartbeat.” For this song alone, the…


Added by Robyn on June 25, 2010 at 3:52pm — No Comments

Rave Review from for Body Talk Pt. 1

"Opening with "Don't Fu**king Tell Me What To Do," an amusing litany of buzz-killers drizzled over minimalist beats, the set really shines when she teams up with M.I.A.'s old partner-in-crime, Diplo, on the slinky "Dancehall Queen," and Norwegian producers Röyksopp for the simmering synth-pop diss…


Added by Robyn on June 25, 2010 at 3:50pm — No Comments

Stellar Review from The Boston Herald for Robyn's 'Body Talk Pt. 1'

“Body Talk Pt. 1” (Konichiwa/Cherrytree): A-

Fembots need love, too. And they need to “initiate slut mode” when the mood strikes. So says cheeky Swedish pop diva Robyn, who can get you tee-hee-ing as you work up a sweat on the dance floor. Her eight-song EP, the first of three planned for release this year, begins with the percolating club banger “Don’t (expletive) Tell Me What to Do,” which offers a laundry list of vices and guilt-inducing woes. “Dancehall Queen,” a collaboration with… Continue

Added by Robyn on June 25, 2010 at 3:46pm — No Comments

Humanoid CIty Live Out July 20th In the US

This summer will see the release of Tokio Hotel's sensational new live album and DVD from the stunning futuristic Humanoid City Tour appropriately named 'Humanoid City Live'. These exciting new releases were filmed on-location of the Humanoid City Tour in Milan, Italy and will be available…


Added by Tokio Hotel on June 25, 2010 at 2:52pm — 2 Comments

Symphonicities Release Information

Deutsche Grammophon/Cherrytree Announces New STING CD,


To Accompany His World Tour,

Featuring the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, Conducted by Steven Mercurio

New Album, to be Released July 13, Includes Sting's Most Celebrated Songs

Re-Imagined for Symphonic Arrangement

First Single, “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” Currently Available At All Digital Retailers Including…


Added by Sting on June 25, 2010 at 2:09pm — No Comments

William's Daily La Blog - 24th June 2010

Todays blog is all about Spark aka Jess Morgan.

I went to see her play at the Macbeth in East London tonight after seeing her supporting Marina and the Diamonds the other week, and she absolutely blew me away.

She has the sweetest voice, almost like a sweet teenage non haggard Amy Winehouse? Actually that's probably a really bad comparison, but never mind.

Every song could be a Top 10 in the UK, especially this tune called "Scream". Check her out… Continue

Added by La Roux on June 24, 2010 at 11:30pm — 1 Comment

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