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Added by Robyn on August 17, 2010 at 6:25pm — No Comments
Check out the NME Live Review of the Robyn and Kelis All Hearts Gig in NYC Webster Hall below.
"Finishing with an encore of 'Dream On' and 'With Every Heartbeat', she leaves Webster Hall in a frothing, hollering outpouring of jubilation. This is how you do pop music"…
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Far East Movement and Cherrytree Records are giving 5 people the chance to add their name (and a friend) to the guestlist of the Far East Movement 'Free Wired' album listening party that's taking place in New York City on Thursday, August 26th. You and a friend could be… Continue
Added by Die Antwoord on August 16, 2010 at 4:30am — No Comments
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“Beautifully crafted, and unfailingly lovely”- The Times (London)
Mt. Desolation, the new band of Keane's Tim Rice-Oxley and Jesse Quin, release their debut album Mt. Desolation on October 19th, 2010 through Cherrytree/Interscope Records.
Those who have visited Dublin will know that sipping Guinness by a fire in a nice old pub while it's chucking it down outside is one of life's great pleasures. It's also, as you…
Added by Cherrytree on August 13, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments
"Ninja credits Hi-Tek - who "owns a PC computer" - with pioneering their unique 'Zef Rap-Rave' sound, while the MC himself is responsible for the cutting lyrics about life in the ghetto.
Words like "open your mind as quick as a fart" give you an idea of the gritty turmoil inside his tortured mind.
Ninja and Yo-Landi demonstrate an aptitude for dancing in their YouTube videos, with the MC unveiling a fondness for wiggling his package around during close-up…
Added by Die Antwoord on August 13, 2010 at 7:04am — No Comments
I think its high time that we posted about Natalia Kills. Her first official single Mirrors was just released this week on Itunes! It reminds me a lot of one of her labelmate Lady Gaga’s tracks (thanks to production by Akon and Cherry Cherry Boom Boom) However, because of the brilliance of this track and the fact that there is something very intriguing about this dark and twisty chick, I’m willing to overlook that haha.
I guarantee you a couple plays of this and you’ll be…
Added by Natalia Kills on August 13, 2010 at 7:18am — No Comments
Before her two night set in NYC, PopWrap sat down with the blonde banged genius to discuss her current world takeover, her favorite American artist (M.I.A) and her hardcore hustle of releasing three “Body Talk” albums in six months. Oh and it’s Robyn on a toilet ... in her dressing room ... so, ya know, that's a bonus.
Head on over to the PopWrap Website to check out the…Continue
Added by Robyn on August 13, 2010 at 7:08am — No Comments
A group of self-proclaimed "zef" (i.e., white trash) South Africans who rap in English and Afrikaans over rave-style beats? Turns out, that's just what hip-hop needed. Die Antwoord's "Enter the Ninja" video went viral in February, introducing the world to Ninja, the group's glowering lead MC, and Yo-Landi Vi$$er, a pixieish sidekick with the world's weirdest mullet. On this EP, Ninja's staccato flow kills even when you only understand every fourth word. Boasting, dissing and smoking dope,…Continue
Added by Die Antwoord on August 13, 2010 at 7:07am — No Comments
Tuesday, August 17th is Donnie Wahlberg's birthday and we are giving our Rec'ers an exclusive opportunity to leave 'Happy Birthday' voice messages for Donnie. Your Birthday message may even be chosen and played on our radio station CherrytreeRadio.com, home of DDub's R&B Back Rub.
To leave your birthday message for Donnie call +1 310 928…
"Cherrytree’s online activity involves not only output but also input. We communicate our initiatives to our audience but we also gather information from them about how they want to consume music. We then apply this information (eg. Robyn releasing 3 shorter albums within a shorter period of time). The key for us is to be close to our audience so we can super-serve them. That’s our aim."…Continue
Added by Natalia Kills on August 11, 2010 at 2:39pm — No Comments