We have a lot to talk about.
This week’s music fix will (hopefully!) be crowdsourced. I’m sorry for saying ‘crowdsourced’.
Ericka serves up the best music news from the internet this week.
There are so many new things to put in your ears!
Want to hear a new song from Metric? Thought so.
Today is a really great day for your ears.
Let’s talk about that Tupac hologram.
Brandi and Azealia have new songs, Tegan and Sara have a studio update, Ladyhawke gives you a taste of her next album.
I have 23 words for you.
Uh Huh Her and Gotye have new music videos, Regina Spektor has a new single, and Magnetic Fields and Kaiser Chiefs stream new albums online.
Metric announce their new record, Fiona Apple and tUnE-yArDs announce their new tour dates, and Sia denounces her pop stardom.
Tegan and Sara are working on a new album, you can go to Sasquatch if you wanna, and there are some videos for you to experience! Such a Tuesday, this one.
It’s a new tour dates / albums / video extravaganza!
Passion Pit cover The Ting Tings, Girl In A Coma cover Patsy Cline and Robyn covers Robyn. Gaga & Ono get their blues on, while Raimy Rosenduft & Holly Miranda get their podcast on. But you might forget all that when you see the cat play the drums.
Jess obsesses over a song inspired by the British love triangle of Laura Marling, Noah & The Whale, and Mumford & Sons. Pitchfork launches a controversial sister site called Altered Zones that could streamline/mainline music content online, M.I.A. streams her upcoming album in its entirety, and Lilith Fair cancels 10 more dates.
This week in music, we watch videos of Justin Bieber flirting with Chelsea Handler. Also, Kylie Minogue’s new album streams on NPR, Big Boi’s streams on Myspace, Lauryn Hill talks about a comeback and Holly Miranda performs a wicked cover of Tool’s Ænima on the Sydney Opera House forecourt.
Nicki Minaj tells Black Men Magazine she isn’t really bisexual. Also: Logo’s NewNowNext Awards give us a Glambert eyeliner closeup, Tegan Quin’s adorable tour diary, Pixar is awesome, Katy Perry doesn’t want straight men on her set, and The Chaik talks about The L Word movie.
New videos from Katy Perry, OK Go, MGMT, and Weezer, new tracks from M.I.A. and Brandon Flowers, Ice Cube performs “Straight Outta Compton” with The Roots, Drake starts a riot, Eminem talks about his gay-bashing lyrics and AMalbum previews from The Chemical Brothers, Stars, and Macy Gray.
Metric churns out another video from their 2009 album ‘Fantasies,’ album sales hit record lows, Alanis Morissette gets married, Belle & Sebastian announces tour, and full lineups revealed for Rock The Bells and Lollapalooza. Autostraddle goes to Bonnaroo 2010 and also: Nicki Minaj and good music deals for you.
It’s a video extravaganza with new videos from Rihanna, Josh Ritter, Big Boi, Vampire Weekend, Lil’ Wayne, and Kylie Minogue. Also, Janelle Monae progress report and free mix tapes from Major Lazer and La Roux, and new music from Arcade Fire, M.I.A., and Kanye West.
This week marks the 25th anniversary of Katrina and the Waves’ classic hit, “Walking On Sunshine.” Also, a new video from Thao Nguyen directed by Dianna Agron (Quinn from Glee), sneak previews of albums from Ratatat and Stone Temple Pilots, a new track from The Roots, and a behind-the-scenes look at the music from LOST.