What’s black and white and pink all over? Why–Starsmith‘s new video, of course!
Click above to watch the video premiere of Starsmith’s hands-in-the-air raver, “Give Me A Break,” one of the two debut singles to be released by the producer-turned-artist on October 18.
Just can’t get enough? Stay tuned: The MuuMuse interview with Starsmith is going live sometime early next week.
Working with Kylie is like working with every artist I have ever wanted to and continues to be as exciting and fresh every time we do something new.
As promised, here comes part two of my interview with the sensational producer, remixer, songwriter and musical director (amongst other titles!), Mr. Steve Anderson.
Go ahead and read on to learn about Anderson’s unreleased electro-ballad with Britney (“Grow”) and much, much more Kylie gossip (Unreleased tracks! Scrapped setlist ideas!), as well as Anderson’s thoughts on remixing, the music industry today (including a killer list of artists to watch), and his latest project: Launching his latest chanteuse Elouise into the seemingly impenetrable territory that is North America.
Click “Read More…” to read the full second half of the interview.
Missed part one? Or just want to brush up on last week’s installment? Click here to see the first half!
Just as with “Dancing On My Own” weeks back, Konichiwa Records has been kind enough to upload and stream all of the official remixes for Robyn‘s amazing new single, “Hang With Me.”
The remixes burst with glittering electronica, a supple bass line, and sparkling waves of synthesizers–some truer to club form (Hot City), some dubbier and tribal (Kaiserdisco)–but it’s the Starsmith and Avicii mixes that shimmer sublime.
“Hang With Me” will be released on Sept. 5, and Body Talk Pt. 2 will be released on Sept. 6 in UK (Sept. 7 in the US).
The Saturdays are back!
This time, they’re rolling out a brand new EP, Headlines–due for release on August 16.
Today, the band unveiled the album’s fairly amazing album cover on their official website, which features the band’s entirely amazing logo and their continued obsession with color schemes. Check, check, check all across the board.
And now, for the tracklisting:
1. Missing You
4. Forever Is Over
5. Died In Your Eyes
8. One Shot (Starsmith Mix)
I’ll admit, I’m still not quite sure this release is happening (though I’ve heard rumor that “One Shot” is being prepped for single release–please let it be so!), I’m excited nonetheless.
To pre-order the album, click here.
So, the good news is that Cheryl Cole‘s sophomore LP (which includes songs produced by Starsmith and Ryan Tedder) is due for release later this year.
The bad news is that she’s got malaria now.
GET WELL SOON, CHEZZY BABY. WE LOVE YOU!