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.
In this week’s music fix, check out new songs from Ratatat, Kele from Bloc Party, and Kylie Minogue. Also, Janelle Monae’s influences, Mark Ronson’s 8-bit inspired video a la ‘The Legend Of Zelda’ and the lineup for Twlight’s ‘Eclipse’ soundtrack revealed!
Audiostraddle is going on the road with Chris Pureka and we’re inviting you along! Also in music: M.I.A protests technology, Joanna Newsom calls Gaga “Arty Spice” and Sia doesn’t want you all up in her grill. Also check out new music & videos from Lindsay Lohan, Bertie Blackman, Katie Melua and the Black Keys.
Audio Biweekly: Adam Lambert does acapella in a new interview, Kelis, En Vogue and Kelly Rowland are coming to LA Pride, Katy Perry has a new single, wants to melt your popsicle. Also Britney hangs up on Gaga, there’s a new trend in hip-hop and Ke$ha disagrees with your unkind assessment of her art.
Beyoncé releases a new 1970s-themed video for “Why Don’t You Love Me,”Christina Aguilera debuts a video for her single “Not Myself Tonight,” Sean Kingston and Justin Bieber are in a love triangle, The Killers’ Brandon Flowers goes solo, The Books release a new track, Apple pulls the plug on Lala, and Ozzfest is back!
Nicki Minaj confirms her bisexuality, Jennifer Knapp comes out, Tegan & Sara sell out shows in Australia, and the Glastonbury 2010 lineup is announced! Also, a whole lot of album previews and more!
The weather’s finally warming up, you’ve busted out the flip flops, and you’re ready for summer and its numerous music festivals! … At least I hope so, because this Fix is dominated by Lilith Fair, Lollapalooza, and the Pitchfork Festival. Also, Season 2 of Glee premieres and a new track from Big Boi.
Lindsay Lohan releases a new single, we’re sure it’s about Samantha Ronson and therefore must dissect it line-by-line. Also, an insider reaction to Gaga’s NYMag cover story. It’s March 30 and so much is happening today! Christina Aguilera and Macy Gray unveil the first singles from their respective albums, while Tegan & Sara unveil all 17 versions of “Alligator”. And there’s still more…
Kate Nash announces North American tour, Sia previews new tracks, Justin Bieber sells sh*t on QVC, Tegan & Sara to headline 2010 Honda Civic Tour with Paramore, Lilith Fair dates announced, new MGMT single for free download, and so much more!
Laura Marling discusses her new album ‘I Speak Because I Can’, SXSW is quickly approaching, Mark Linkhous of Sparkhorse passes away, She & Him’s new video and much more in this week’s Music Fix.
Broken Social Scene releases a new single, Laura Veirs is (still) cute, the Gorillaz are back with an album, and so much more!
Audiostraddle gets a make over! Also Tegan & Sara’s Alligator video premieres for real, Kaki King releases a new track from Junior, the Gossip announce US tour dates, the Vampire Weekend play doubles with a Jo-Bro and also; Ke$ha on bisexuality, Elton John says Jesus is gay, Nicki Minaj has a threesome and Lady Gaga is in a lot of magazines.
2010 Bonnaroo Lineup, Bonnie “Prince” Billy announces new album, Nicki Minaj finds her monkey, Soul Trail, St. Vincent, Google commits blogocide, and so much more! Oh also, Audiostraddle needs a new writer. Inquire within!
Sigur Rós front man Jónsi announces his first solo tour, Ke$ha pranks Hollywood, Amanda F*cking Palmer plays conjoined twin, Pitchfork announces festival lineup, and so much more!
An Horse and Kaki King will be touring the US together. Arcade Fire singer Régine Chassagne has a moving editorial on her home country of Haiti. Ke$ha has the top chart spot. Plus, Vampire Weekend’s new album, Coachella 2010, a video from Orianthi, and so much more!
Welcome to the first ever Weekly Music Fix! Here we’ll fill you in on some of the latest news, comebacks, tours and releases in music. This week we’re kicking it off with news on Kelly Rowland, Tegan & Sara, Alice In Wonderland, the Ono Plastic Band and Owen Pallett, as well as new clips from Melissa Auf der Maur, Gabriella Cilmi and M.I.A.
Your new monthly music round-up from girls who don’t live in America and therefore are not jaded by our incredible freedom. Muse, Beck, The Grates, The Cliks, Daniel Merriweather, Iron & Wine, Passion Pit, Regina Spektor, Paramore , Stars, Pink, The Butterly Effect, The Montreal Jazz Festival, David Bowie, Children Collide, The Vault and Sigur Ros.