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Lady Gaga Shoots “Alejandro” Video Sneak Peek

Look! It’s Lady Gaga on the set of her new video for “Alejandro,” which is that song she caterwauled on “American Idol” recently. The look: lemon meringue rubber. [Twitter] Keep reading »

Grannies For Gaga

If Lady Gaga got all of her “little monsters” together, she could probably start a Gaga-lution. But not all of her monsters are so little. As it so happens, Gaga is involved in a good romance with the over-50 crowd. What should we call them? “Big monsters”? Apparently, the “big monsters” are all about Gaga’s music. Step away from the iPod, Grandma! Must make some lively bridge conversation. If she has such a big elderly following, does this mean she’ll consider doing an all-geriatric concert, no earplugs necessary? After the jump, PopEater caught up with a few of Gaga’s most mature monsters. Keep reading »

6 Summer Music Festivals You Rock Stars Need To Know About

It’s almost summertime. Which means—break out your sunscreen, pack your tent, and get ready to rock out to your favorite bands at this summer’s awesome mega music festivals. Which one is for you? After the jump, all you need to know to get your butt down to the five biggest music fests this summer.
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Album Drop: This Week’s New Releases, From The Dead Weather To The National

It’s a gray May day here in New York City and the releases this Tuesday are just as dark and enveloping. Now, it’s time to forget sunshine and the bright, plucky spring. Let’s roll into the wild rawness of rock. Deep voices, strange noises, and a rabbit hole that’ll take you out of your day at work and into a thick forest of killer jams. All you gotta do is slip those headphones on and turn the volume up, ’cause we’re getting down with The National, Unkle, CocoRosie, and The Dead Weather, after the jump. Keep reading »

Welcome To Tila Tequila’s Darkside


She’s baaack! Tila Tequila has left the building and re-emerged as a pop star named Miss Tila. She just released her first EP, Welcome to the Darkside. And all this time, I thought she just wanted to find love. I had no idea she had her sights set on super-stardom of any kind. Everything she does just seems so genuine. Anyhow, I just finished listening to her first three singles, “Blue Dress,” “Get Me Off,” and “Walking on Thin Ice.” Let’s just say that Miss Tila seems to have discovered a new music genre that I’m going to dub “rip-off-electro-pop-porno-stalker.” Her voice is not that offensive, but the music is just about as all over the map as Tila is. These songs sound like the soundtrack to my weirdest nightmares. And the lyrics? They scare me. “I spread my legs wide open for you baby, so be a man and pump it inside me.” These poetic verses from “Get Me Off” would make Madonna in her “Truth or Dare” days blush. Sadly, I do not see pop super-stardom in Miss Tila’s future. Excuse me. I need to go take a shower now. Listen at your own risk. [AOL] Keep reading »

This Is What Happens When Lindsay Lohan Can’t Get A Job


Thank goodness Lindsay Lohan finally scored a role as porn star Linda Lovelace, because if her new song, “I Wanna Be Bad,” is what happens when girlfriend is bored and has nothing better to do than pick up a mic, I will write her a movie myself. Hell, she can star in “Born, Raised, Wild, Engaged, F**k It: The Amelia McDonell-Parry Story” on Lifetime, so long as she puts the microphone down. Keep reading »

Christina Aguilera’s “Woo Hoo” Is An Ode To Cunnilingus

Have you heard Christina Aguilera‘s new song? It’s called “Woo Hoo” (“Woohoo”? “WooHoo”?), it features Nicki Minaj, and it is about cunnilingus. Have other songs been written about going down on a girl before? Beats me. This is surely a contender for the “Most Impassioned Song About Cunnilingus of the Year” award at the next Grammy Awards. Technically, the lyrics are non-explicit, but they are raunchy in the innuendo department. I wouldn’t, you know, crank it at top volume at work. Keep reading »

The Nirvana Baby Is All Grown Up. And Kind Of Hot.


I, like pretty much everyone who was conscious in 1991, remember the first time I heard “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” I was conveniently located in a record store at the time, and quickly grabbed a clerk to ask what the song was. He handed me Nirvana’s Nevermind. My first thought, “Oh, there’s a baby on the cover. And there’s his penis.” I bought it and it naturally became one of my favorites to this day. But who is that little baby chasing the money in the pool? His name is Spencer Elden, and he’s all grown up now—he’s an artist in Los Angeles. In this video, he tells about how the famous cover came to be and what he’s up to now. Luckily, he’s 19, so it’s okay to have a crush on him. Maybe. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Sade Gives A Shout-Out To The “Baby Father” In New Video


Sade has released the video for “Baby Father” just in time for Father’s Day on June 13 20. The song celebrates the unconditional love of a father rather than the usual “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone” theme in songs about dads. I’d watch Sade singing from a dark closet, but the rich vintage-looking quality of the video and the imagery makes “Baby Father” even more special. Keep reading »

Frisky Q & A: Songstress Kate Nash Talks Love, OCD, And Bunny Rabbits

If you are reading this and “Foundations” isn’t running through your head right now, you have problems. Kate Nash burst onto the music scene in 2007 with her album Made of Bricks, giving a whimsical alternative to other British songbirds like Amy Winehouse and Lily Allen. Three years and one mental breakdown later, she is back with a new album, My Best Friend Is You, that has a serious retro vibe while letting her scream at the top of her lungs. (Check out her first video, for “Do Wah Doo,” below.) After the jump, Kate talks to The Frisky about her obsession with airports in the ‘50s, her issues with OCD, and why she wishes she could join Bikini Kill. Keep reading »

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