The Best Dance Singles of 2013 (Feature) + MORE Dec 26th
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Soulful strains of the Sarod against the backdrop of a parting day. Even though a kaleidoscope of dance and music is nothing new at the ongoing Nishagandhi festival, Friday promises to be a special ....... More »
One half of The Cool Kids, Chuck Inglish, links up with Chromeo for the irresistible, uptempo dance-hop track "Legs" from his upcoming LP Convertibles (out April 8). And now the collaboration that's dedicated to ladies' lower limps is getting a visual.
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February 9th marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. To help commemorate the occasion, the current occupant of the Ed Sullivan Theater, David Letterman, has hosted a week full of Beatles-inspired performances.
Monday gave us “And I Love Her”, a.... More »
Justin Bieber has yet another chart record to add to his growing for claiming the number one, two and three slots in the UK singles chart..... More »
Ed Sheeran previously indicated that his next album would be hip-hop influened and more beat-centric, but when X lead single “Sing” finally premiered, it was still shocking to hear the sensitive British crooner channeling Justified-era JT over Pharrell‘s jittery funk productio.... More »
Spanning genres from electro/synth-pop, indie-dance, nu-disco, to house music territories, what’s on the list of 2013’s best dance singles isn’t just a popularity contest.
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Miley Cyrus closes out a year filled with shocking moments, headlines, and a new album, with the video “Adore You.” Serving as the third single off her No. 1 album Bangerz, the pop star films herself between the sheets, caressing along a bed in nothing but her under garments. The 21-year-old makes her way to the bathroom after, moving around the bathtub in a see through black lingerie…
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There was a lot to love in the world of pop music this year, but not everything that made 2013 excellent fell into the category of great tunes: While counting down our favorite songs of the year, the best EPs of 2013, and the records that we kept on heavy rotation, there was a surplus of other pop culture detritus that felt worth mentioning — even if you can’t buy any of it on iTunes…
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Los Angeles-based rapstress Sirah is on the rise (even though she already won a Grammy for her Skrillex collab “Bangarang,” no big deal) — so what was soundtracking the Atlantic Records signee’s big year? Even though Sirah is known for her indie-rap stylings, for inspiration, she turned to the electropop of Ellie Goulding, whose 2012 LP Halcyon topped Sirah’s list for this year’s best…
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Rick Ross has been busy of late as he gears up for the release of his new LP, Mastermind. Already this week, we’ve heard him alongside Jay Z on “The Devil is a Lie” and on a remix of Lady Gaga and R Kelly’s “Do What U Want“. Now, he’s added a few bars to a remix of ASAP Ferg’s “Work”, which includes a small tribute to actor Paul Walker…
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Chinese-owned auto maker is out to rebuild awareness in China and elsewhere by stressing its Swedish origins, offering cinnamon buns and installing Spotify’s digital music service on its cars.
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the subject of my previous dispatch , is succeeded by the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' invasion of America, in 1964, the subject of the column before you. And we're just getting started, so save your groans until the end. Lying ahead are the half-century retrospectives of Bob Dylan's going electric (1965), the debut of Star Trek (1966), the flower-power Summer of Love crowned …
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