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The titular song, off the duo's October major-label full length "Sistrionix," is a two-minute blues-noise fire-breather that will make you muss your hair and enjoy the wide-eyed morning stares from patrons at your local coffee shop. It also sums up the task that the L.A. duo, with singer-guitarist Lindsey Troy, is up to — taking the hard-partying feminism often found in today's pop, but…Continue
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Tune in to www.cherrytreeradio.com to hear Martin and I when we took over the airwaves of Larry Flick's "Feel the Spin" show on SiriusXM OutQ 109.
The rebroadcasts will be on Cherrytree Radio at the following times this week:
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The Hunts incredible single "Make This Leap" is out now in the US and available to download on iTunes, click here to get your copy.…Continue
Sting's new album "The Last Ship" is now availble for pre-order at iTunes and Amazon using the links below. You can also preview the upcoming album in the youtube player below.
Amazon CD: http://smarturl.it/TheLastShipCD
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You can now vote for Ivy Levan's "Hot Damn" on MTVu's The Freshmen. The show spotlights emerging artists with the chance for one of the videos to be added into rotation on the channel the following week. Voting for Ivy Levan started today and will end on Friday 8/23 at 2:00 PM (EST).
You can vote at…Continue
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More minimal, more soulful, and much less shrill than Skrillex or David Guetta, Disclosure still pack the brain-cell-bashing beats that turn a DJ set into a full-body experience, but they leave enough white space on each track for some emotional subtlety. It's good dance music that's also just good listening.…Continue
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"I feel with this album… I'm confronting and marking down every bad thing, and making that into something important," she continues, "because all that bad stuff, it stays with you, it defines you, it changes you. Whether it’s through strength or apprehension, through fear and hesitation or defiance and overcoming, it never leaves you. And I wanted…
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Tune in to the Disclosure live stream performance tonight from Boston Cyclorama at 11pm ET on MusicExperiment.com
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'Saturday Night' in particular deals with growing up in a destructive household - how hard is it to confront those emotions when you're songwriting?
"I wanted a song that is the story of my whole life. From what I've read, I'm always seen as the bad girl; the bitchy, sassy, cute bad girl. I've just assumed that everyone must know where it comes from. To act like that, you…
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Irish brothers Alfie and Harry, better known by their surname Hudson Taylor, make their US debut today with the release of their Chasing Rubies EP on Cherrytree Records. The EP fuses classic and contemporary influences to create the raw, folk-infused melodic pop songs "Battles", "Drop of Smoke", "Butterflies" and "Chasing Rubies (Acoustic)."
The Chasing Rubies EP is available now on iTunes at the following…
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Filmed in Los Angeles earlier this year, the "Problem" video is full of making out, cop cars, and making out in the back of cop cars. Natalia Kills tells Billboard that she's glad that the behind-the-scenes clip of the video is seeing the light of day: "There's a lot of extra kissing in it that didn't make it into the…Continue
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As couples made out on the lawn and girls in fringe swayed along, Ellie serenaded the happy Chicago crowd during the perfect evening (75 and sunny) with Halcyon hits "Burn," "Explosions," "Figure 8" and "Anything Could Happen." Though the crowd favorite had to be her cover of Elton John's "Your Song," which she released as a single overseas and reached the top spot on the U.K. singles chart in 2010.
But it was her closer, "Lights," that had every last person on…
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