Posts tagged "music"

Madonna Provides The Soundtrack To Her Own Divorce

With Guy Ritchie and Madonna making their divorce plans official, you know that ho (as always) is going to turn to music to get her through it. Since she’s supposedly has A-rod waiting in the wings, her recovery period will probably only last a couple pop songs. Luckily, Madge won’t even have to search for…

By: Simcha / October 15, 2008

Our 10 Favorite Friendship Songs

True friends understand you best and offer a solution or just a strong shoulder when life is at its worst. And they're usually the first to celebrate with you when life is wonderful. But unfortunately, most songs are about trials of the heart not friendship. So we put together a list of our favorite friendshi…

By: Annika Harris / October 8, 2008

10 Movies, TV Shows, & Songs To Avoid During A Breakup

While I am on this "break" with the man friend (it remains unclear how long this break will last, FYI), I've sworn off certain movies, TV shows, and songs out of fear that they'll make me depressed. A friend of mine went through a breakup recently and all she did was listen to Morrissey, but…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / September 25, 2008

Get Your Rocks Off: Girl Talk’s Songs To Send To Your Ex-Girlfriend…

Girl Talk is a DJ with a misleading name -- there's nothing feminine or cutesy about him. He does, however, happen to be a handsome lad by the name of Gregg Gillis. Gillis' songs are no less than genius. He manages to sample dozens of artists in a single track. On his latest album, "Feed…

By: Leonora Epstein / September 24, 2008

Real Chick Lit: How To Date Like A Rock Star

Fantasize about dating a rock star? Who doesn’t? They’re sexy, mysterious, oh-so-dangerous, and, apparently, insanely wild in bed. If you wanna make like Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Hudson, Liv Tyler, or Cameron Diaz, but you're all hung up on your lack of a Hollywood pedigree, mega-wattage celebrity, or rock star funds, fret no longer, my sister.

By: The Frisky / September 19, 2008

The Top 10 Songs About Losing Your Virginity

For most, the onset of puberty is coupled with an obsession with sex. From that point on, it’s all about the V-Card. How are you gonna lose it? Who will be your lucky swiper? When and where will it happen? My personal experience involved my high school boyfriend’s bed, some candles, and Dave Matthews playing…

By: Leigh Raines / September 17, 2008

Sweet Release: What’s In And Out The Week Of September 16th 2008

MUSIC Raphael Saadiq The Way I See It This soul brother's tracks will make you swear his retro-record was recorded back in the day. The latest from a former member of 80’s R&B group Tony! Toni! Toné!, Saadiq's put-you-in-the-mood grooves makes this one of the sexiest solo albums of the year.

By: Simcha / September 17, 2008

Quickies!: What Happens At A Sex Party

The founders of NYC sex party Chemistry reveal what goes on behind closed doors. [Tango] A 33-year-old woman may face a year in jail for trying to impersonate her 15-year-old daughter and joining the cheerleading squad at a high school in Green Bay, W.I. [College Candy] Dita Von Teese is promoting her new Wonderbra line…

By: Annika Harris / September 15, 2008

Sweet Release: What’s In And Out The Week Of September 9th 2008

MUSIC Jessica Simpson Do You Know Simpson’s new country record, Do You Know, begs the questions, do you care? The change in sound from pop to her Texas roots is supposed to be a fresh new image for this bottle blonde, but she still sounds ready made.

By: Simcha / September 9, 2008

Like Rap? You Probably Have High Self-Esteem

A study of more than 36,000 people from around the world found that musical tastes and personality type are closely related. Professor Adrian North of Henriot-Watt University found that classical music fans were shy, while heavy metal lovers were gentle and at ease with themselves (the first finding makes sense, the second is puzzling). "The…

By: Catherine Strawn / September 8, 2008

Soundtrack To The DNC: Hillary Clinton’s Dream Playlist

Politicians aren't exactly known for having musical taste, but you would expect the people who throw big events like, I dunno, the Democratic National Convention, would do a better job of picking cool music to introduce some of their most important speakers. That's why it struck me as an odd choice to have Hillary Clinto…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / August 28, 2008

The Top 11 Songs About Lady Flowers

The music industry is dominated by men, so it's no wonder there's about 10 bazillion songs all about wiener and not so many about vagina. But I found 11 amazing songs that truly spew pure poetry about patsy, yoni, punani, dew flaps, sugar basin, jam cookie, or whatever else you wanna call it.

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / August 20, 2008

Loud Sex Lover Banned In The UK

A couple in Southern England has been seriously putting the WHAM! BAM! in the Thank you ma’am! According to Kelly “The Screamer” Norris’ neighbors, the 29-year-old comes louder than a freight train. Even after the other apartment residents obtained a court order in 2006 to lower the volume on her bumpin’ music, slammin’ headboard, and…

By: Simcha / August 15, 2008

The Daily Hotness: T.I.

Rapper T.I.'s video for "Whatever You Like" premieres tonight at 8pm on BET's Access Granted, so we thought we'd show you his handsome face in preparation.

By: Catherine Strawn / August 6, 2008

He Says/She Says: M83’s “Kim and Jessie”

French band M83 sounds kind of '80s, which is what summertime should sound like, in my opinion. I had Nathan take a listen to their synthy song "Kim and Jessie." Too bad neither of us can roller-skate, otherwise, we'd totally replay this video over and over and over and over and over until we learned…

By: Catherine Strawn / August 5, 2008

What Makes Songs Ubiquitous

Do you recognize the name Daniel Powter? I didn't. He was the guy who sang the song "Bad Day," which you've heard everywhere in the last couple years ("'Cause you had a bad day, you're taking one down/You sing a sad song just to turn it around..."). Since Daniel Powter's not really famous, and "Bad…

By: Catherine Strawn / July 23, 2008

Sweet Release: What’s In And Out The Week Of July 22nd 2008

MUSIC Miley Cyrus Breakout Miley Cyrus has come out with her second solo record Break Out. Produced by Matthew Wilder, the man behind No Doubt's Tragic Kingdom, Cyrus has officially shed her Hannah Montana alter ego and is standing on her own as an angsty teenager. The Frisky’s Amelia promises that you will love her…

By: Simcha / July 22, 2008

Sweet Release: What’s In And Out The Week Of July 15th 2008

BOOKS Life With My Sister Madonna by Christopher Ciccone Surprisingly enough, the thing we’re excited the most about this week is a book…okay, so it’s not War and Peace obvi, but it is about Madonna! Written by her brother, (who is gay of course), it’s supposed to be a tell-all that shows the real way…

By: Simcha / July 15, 2008

The Daily Hotness: Nas

Nas's latest album was released today after much ado about the title. He ended up going with the subtle Untitled. Maybe he toned it down because the songs do the talking.

By: Catherine Strawn / July 15, 2008

Get Your Rocks Off: Katy Perry’s Summer Lovin’ Playlist

Happy Saturday everyone! Look what we just got in our Inbox -- a list of some of Katy Perry's favorite tracks for when she's feeling, you know...saucy. Something tells me these songs get her revved up for when she's kissing girls or guys. Playlist after the jump, and don't forget to catch Katy Perry performing…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / July 12, 2008
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