Look at What the Light Did Now documents Feist and her collaborators. Directed by Anthony Seck the DVD is now available to order and comes with bonus CD. You can get your copy of Look At What The Light Did Now from… Continue
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In Jack Black's Parade Magazine story this week he says: "I just saw a rap band from South Africa called Die Antwoord, and it was insane. The guy is like a Tasmanian devil on the mic, and the girl is a force of nature."
Feist's new documentary Look at What the Light Did Now is a humble and impressionistic chronicle of the making of her modern classic, The Reminder. The film highlights the visual and sonic collaborators that amplified her music and vision in the studio and on tour, including music video director… Continue
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"Swedish dynamo Robyn is a pop-chart veteran with the '90s CD singles to prove it. But none of her previous work prepared us for the rebooted, hard-edged swagger of Body Talk Pt. 1, the first installment of her savvy dance-floor trilogy. While opener "Don't F*cking Tell Me What to Do" weeded out prudish former fans (although who can't relate to "My e-mail is killing me"?), it was "Dancing on My Own" that struck an international chord -- rousing, lovelorn wisdom from a club kid who's…Continue
Added by Robyn on December 6, 2010 at 11:07am —
1.Vampire Weekend Contra 2. The-Dream Love King 3. Sleigh Bells Treats 4. Big Boi Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty 5. Male Bonding Nothing Hurts 6. Janelle Monáe The ArchAndroid 7. Quadron Quadron 8. Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy 9. Das Racist Shut Up, Dude 10. Robyn Body Talk
Despite the large commercial fiasco meant 'Humanoid' Tokio Hotel will not throw in the towel and announced for the Dec. 14 publication of 'The Best Of'. In addition to gathering the best songs of the German formation, the compilation includes a new song: 'Hurricanes And Suns'.
'Humanoid' third studio album from our beloved post-emos did not work either commercially or within the international criticism. Failure Is that reason… Continue
The stars of pop-rock youth anticipated that 14 will be next Tuesday released her compilation album Best Of... During the past three years, secured the members of Tokio Hotel, have been forced to become experts in the game of "boo" because they hate the paparazzi, who try to get into their private lives and whom the sun and prosecuted shade wherever they visit.
Brothers Bill and Tom Kaulitz, Georg Listing and Gustav Schafer said, exclusively, that the price of fame they have… Continue