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Album Drop: This Week’s New Releases From Seabear And Gin Wigmore

This week, I learned there’s an artist called Popa Chubby. Ha! While we’re not gonna take him for a spin, there is plenty of stuff that’ll keep you up for the work day! After the jump, Seabear hugs it out, The Whigs give us a party, Neon Trees grow, and Gin Wigmore is on the rocks. Keep reading »

Zooey Deschanel’s She & Him Is Here To Brighten Your Day

Looking for something to get you through the Ides of March? Put on the sunny sounds of She & Him‘s appropriately titled second album, Volume Two. The record officially drops next Tuesday, but you can stream the entire album over on NPR. Besides the first single, “In the Sun,” with its ’50s sock hop-style video, we’re feeling “Over It Over Again” and “Lingering Still.” [NPR] Keep reading »

Lady Gaga And Beyonce Release Video For “Telephone”


If you thought Lady Gaga and Beyonce‘s collab for “Video Phone” was hot, just wait til you see them put a ring on this “Telephone”! It’s a big budget bonanza with the truck from “Kill Bill,” some stylin’ female prison uniforms, hot girl-on-girl action, and pancakes. Mmm, this vid is tasty. Keep reading »

Album Drop: This Week’s New Releases, From Liars To Gorillaz

I Love Liars. And I’m not talking about the all the sweet-talking men who’ve done me wrong. This time, I’m talking about my fave band in the world, Liars, the ruling triumvirate of all that is awesome. They manage to do the improbable — create existential noise rock that is relatable and awkward sonic love that’ll spin you right round. You might remember them from the heart-melting “Houseclouds” vid where kitties go crazy for them. Well, today, they unleash their fifth record, Sisterworld and, girl, it kicks off a new release Tuesday more stacked with juicy radness than a big ol’ booty! Gorillaz goes bananas; super group Broken Bells busts out; Black Rebel Motorcycle Club adds some vroom; Frightened Rabbit is scary good; Ludacris is back on the badonkadonk trail … and that’s just the half of it. So let’s get into the groove, after the jump.

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Blogger Xeni Jardin Plays DJ For A Day

My pal Xeni Jardin is one tech-savvy woman and one of the editors of Boing Boing, one of the biggest blogs on the planet. Amoeba Music asked her to play DJ in this very cool video. So, if you’re looking for some interesting new tunes to add to your lineup, look no further. My favorite: Roots of Chicha: Psychedelic Cumbias From Peru. Another great one: N.A.S.A.’s Spirit of Apollo. What’re you listening to now? Share your playlist in the comments. Keep reading »

“Lost” Shakes It Up With Miley Cyrus

Hi-brow Television epic “Lost” gets down low to Miley Cyrus’ “Party In The USA”, er, make that “Party On The Island.” Talk about an alternate reality! Well, at least this one is funny and not full a cheesy Sayid love lines. [The Daily What]

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Diane Von Furstenberg’s Female Empowerment Playlist

Diane on Furstenberg wants to help you celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8. Not only is she handing out “DVF Awards” to inspirational women this month, but she’s also created a compilation of tunes performed by awesome, empowering ladies. DVF Presents … “Proud to Be Woman” features songs from Tegan & Sara, Estelle, Mary J. Blige, Annie Lennox, and more, and benefits Vital Voices, an NGO that helps develop female leaders around the world. We like the sound of all these ladies helping out one another, and DVF’s taste in music isn’t bad, either. [iTunes via Racked]

Celebrate National Women’s History Month on The Frisky this month! We’ll be highlighting cool, inspiring ladies and talking about the ways women have gotten ahead over the years. Keep reading »

Album Drop: This Week’s New Releases, From Little Boots To Lifehouse

It’s Tuesday, aka time to take the freshest records for a spin! While I know Fat Tuesday already happened last month, as far as new releases go, this one is stacked! If you like Stephen King, psychedelic rock, and enjoy your freedom of speech (who don’t?!), you gots to check out Shooter Jennings and Hierarchy’s latest album. Now, if you’re a dancing shoe whore, you’ll be getting down to the Little Boots’ hot hits. Or, if you’ve got some sexin’ on your schedule, you might wanna pick up Raheem DeVaughn’s naughty R&B grinder. And that’s just the tip of this Tuesday’s musical iceberg, ’cause Lifehouse, Rogue Wave, Athlete, Citizen Cope, and Jason Derulo are also ready to jam you. So, girl, get those headphones on ’cause it’s time to kick it, after the jump. Keep reading »

The Dead Man’s Bones Documentary Makes Me Tingle


I just love starting off my day with a serious Ryan Gosling-induced girl boner. Pitchfork.com has a portion of a documentary about Gosling’s super awesome creepster doo-wop band, Dead Man’s Bones, in which my lover conducts a children’s chorus in rehearsal and on stage. While plenty of actors turned rock stars SUCK, I can say with unbiased appreciation that Dead Man’s Bones RULES super hard. Keep reading »

Carly Simon Answers The Who’s “So Vain” Riddle

Fans can finally stop speculating, because Carly Simon finally revealed who inspired her hit song “You’re So Vain” in an acoustic version that’s on her upcoming album, Never Been Gone. And it’s not a former lover, like Warren Beatty or Mick Jagger, as you’d expect. Surprisingly, record label executive David Geffen was the inspiration. Geffen was at the helm of Elektra Records when Simon was on that label, and the lyrics could hint at Simon’s anger over Geffen’s choice to focus more on another singer-songwriter, Joni Mitchell. [Starpulse] Keep reading »

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