JUL 30 2012
Check out Cady Groves' new lyric video for "Love Actually". Can you name all the movie references in the lyric video below?
JUL 27 2012
JUL 27 2012
GRAMMY®-NOMINATED SINGER/SONGWRITER MIGUEL ANNOUNCES SOPHOMORE ALBUM 'KALEIDOSCOPE DREAM' AVAILABLE OCTOBER 2
AVAILABLE OCTOBER 2
ALBUM TO BE RELEASED IN THREE PARTS:
KALEIDOSCOPE DREAM: WATER PREVIEW - JULY 31
KALEIDOSCOPE DREAM: AIR PREVIEW - SEPTEMBER 11
KALEIDOSCOPE DREAM - OCTOBER 2
ART DEALER CHIC SERIES EARNS HIGH PRAISE FROM PITCHFORK, SPIN, THE FADER, NEW YORK TIMES AND MORE
“Now just might be Miguel’s time.”– SPIN
“What a breath of fresh air.” – Pitchfork
[New York, NY - July 27, 2012] – Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Miguel announces the three-part release of his highly anticipated sophomore album Kaleidoscope Dream (ByStorm/RCA Records). Fresh from the critical acclaimed release of his Art Dealer Chic Vol. 1-3 EP trilogy, Miguel will break commercial ground with a similarly unveiled set of two digital only EPs ultimately leading to the October 2nd album release. The first release, Kaleidoscope Dream: Water Preview, debuts for digital sale on July 31st and will contain three songs, including the extended version of the infectious “Adorn.” The second release, Kaleidoscope Dream: Air Preview, will also contain three songs which will be available for digital sale on September 11th. The final full-length release of Kaleidoscope Dream will combine both previously released EPs with five additional songs, available at digital and physical retailers everywhere on October 2nd.
Kaleidoscope Dream represents the fantasies Miguel believes are channeled through dreams. “I believe dreams represent the purest form of fantasy we unleash through our subconscious,” he explains. “They represent the truest freedom we can experience. Totally unrepressed and totally creative.”
JUL 27 2012
The official music video for P!nk's latest single, "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" is here! Check it out below, share it with your friends and let us know what you think. Also, don't forget to pre-order your copy of The Truth About Love today!
JUL 26 2012
(New York, New York) – Worldwide superstar P!nk is set to premiere her music video for “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” simultaneously across MTV, MTV.com and on VEVO at 7:50 PM EST today. The video will then go into rotation on MTV Hits and mtvU beginning 8pm ET. The video was directed by Dave Meyers, who also directed the videos for P!nk’s smash hits “So What” and “F**kin’ Perfect”.
“Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” is the first single off P!nk’s upcoming 6th studio album, The Truth About Love, due out on September 18th. During its first week of release, “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” skyrocketed the charts all over the world and landed in the Top 20 on the iTunes Songs Chart in over 21 countries and is currently #1 in Australia and # 3 in Germany on the official APC. USA Today made the single a “Pick of the Week” and claimed, “P!nk isn’t blue on this defiant breakup anthem, a sly and sneering brush-off that suits the pop singer’s brassy vocal style” while People Magazine stated the song was “another kick-butt breakup song.”
JUL 26 2012
Multi-Platinum Recording Artist Three Days Grace To Release Brand New Album Transit Of Venus On October 2nd on RCA Records
FIRST SINGLE “CHALK OUTLINE” AVAILABLE AUGUST 14TH ITUNES ALBUM PRE ORDER FOR TRANSIT OF VENUS ALSO LAUNCHES AUGUST 14TH
(New York-July 26, 2012) Multi-platinum selling and award-winning recording artist THREE DAYS GRACE is set to release their fourth studio album entitled TRANSIT OF VENUS on October 2nd on RCA Records.
The Canadian band embarks on new creative ground with TRANSIT OF VENUS, recording for the first time with acclaimed producer Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Hollywood Undead, Bullet for My Valentine), at Revolution Studios in Toronto. The album’s first single entitled “Chalk Outline” will be available for sale at all digital providers on August 14th, the same day that the album pre-order goes live at iTunes. Neil Sanderson of Three Days Grace comments on the musical direction of TRANSIT OF VENUS: “We went for a tighter, more articulated sound on this record. The music we were writing was a little more intricate than in the past, and we've been experimenting with new instruments. We wanted to present these new ideas concisely without going over-the-top in ambience and overall production.”