International star Shawn Stackz presents his latest body of work and first international album, “Midnight In Dubai” - a collection of hard knocking songs including Latin and Desi rhythms lead single “Ibhangra” which is already burning up Desi radio across US, Canada, and the UK and features International…
Celebuzz are giving away a trip to Coachella to see La Roux perform live. The prize includes flight and travel arrangements, accommodation for 3 nights, 2 three day guest passes for Coachella and a meet and greet with La Roux. For your chance to win click here.
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Added by La Roux on March 24, 2010 at 12:22pm —
"What it did for me, it… re-gave birth to the real meaning and atmosphere of the song as we wrote it," she explained. "What he did with the song is what we would have done if we'd been brave enough. We wanted to make a pop record and that just isn't a pop thing, what he did to it."
Check out the full article with an exclusive video interview over on NME.com…Continue
Added by La Roux on February 26, 2010 at 6:00pm —
Idolwinner Kris Allen, who performed alongside Lambert in New
York last week, added that he [Adam Lambert] should "totally do a duet with La Roux"
while he is in the UK, to which Lambert replied: "That'd be cool. She's
Last week La Roux and Heaven 17 performed three songs for BBC Radio 6 at their Maida Vale studios in London. Together they sung In For The Kill, Temptation and a cover of Trent D'Arby's Sign Your Name. Check out the videos from the performance below!…
This years BRIT Awards will be hosted on February 16th and three of Cherrytree Records artists are nominated. La Roux has been nominated as British Breakthrough Act and British Single with 'In For The Kill,' Lady Gaga has been nominated for International Female Solo Artist, International Breakthrough Act and International Album with 'The Fame' and Keane has been nominated in BRITs Album of 30 Years for 'Hopes and… Continue
Check out the New York Times' review of La Roux's live performance in NYC earlier this week.
"The self-titled La Roux debut album, released in the United States last month (it was a hit in England this summer), is dizzying fun. Ms. Jackson, who recalls early Madonna, or even Neneh Cherry, sounds coy even when she's mad, but thanks to the lush, throbbing arrangements, she is never chilly, never off-putting"…
"La Roux's tunes - which the pair cut in Langmaid's living room - feature staccato synths over pulsing beats and Jackson's insistent high-pitched vocals... "All the songs are sad," says Jackson, who shed tears in the recording sessions. "It was quite intense."