“I Want You To Know”: Selena Gomez And Zedd Deliver A Thunderously Average Club Bop

by Bradley Stern

Selena Gomez, survivor of an entire year without rain, and Zedd, of “Clarity” and “Stay The Night” and “Break Free” dance floor greatness, have been teasing their collaboration, “I Want You To Know,” for approximately 30 million years on Instagram. The two completely platonic work place colleagues planned to premiere their tune on radio tomorrow,… Read the full article

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The (Possibly) Original, Prince-Sampling Version Of Britney’s “Guilty” Has Arrived

by Bradley Stern

Gulp. Of the many mysterious, left lane gems from the period in between recording In The Zone and My Prerogative, “Guilty” is by far one of the most intriguing offerings from The Legendary Miss Britney Spears. The song, which leaked as a remix around the time of In The Zone over a decade ago, was… Read the full article

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And The Next Single From Tinashe’s ‘Aquarius’ Is…

by Bradley Stern

NEW SINGLE – All Hands on Deck A photo posted by Tinashe (@tinashenow) on Feb 21, 2015 at 3:49pm PST “All Hands On Deck.” All in the front, all in the back…just like that. Coming soon. Until then, drop that kitty down low. ‘Aquarius’ was released on October 7. (iTunes)

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The Acoustic Version Of Marina And The Diamonds’ “I’m A Ruin” Will Ruin You Too, Obviously

by Bradley Stern

How’s your weekend going so far? Been doing things you shouldn’t do? No? Sure, Jan. Marina And The Diamonds‘ succulent, ever-so-melancholy “I’m A Ruin” is the latest bittersweet taste from her forthcoming album FROOT — and one of the best of the bunch so far. But wait — there’s more! Just as she’s done with another… Read the full article

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Ricky Martin And Simon Cowell Are Searching For The Latino One Direction, Basically

by Bradley Stern

¿Cómo se dice One Direction en Español? Endlessly charming, impossibly dashing definition of “papi” Ricky Martin is teaming up with Simon Cowell for a talent show competition on Univision — and it sounds like it’s genuinely going to be a massive production. The “Adios” crooner, when not promoting his new record A Quien Quiera Escuchar, has… Read the full article

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Introduucing…Phoebe Ryan!

by Bradley Stern

Meet Phoebe Ryan, a name you’ll likely want to know as soon as you hear that voice for the first time. It’s an immediately captivating kind of voice — featherlight, bright and sort of child-like — bringing other ethereal pop crooners like Becky Jean Williams, Ellie Goulding and LIGHTS to mind. “Mine” is Phoebe’s debut single, and… Read the full article

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CL Poses For ‘Complex’ And Discusses Her Upcoming American Debut

by Bradley Stern

All eyes are on Queen CL — now more than ever. The 2NE1 rapper-singer-solo star is almost ready to make her highly anticipated (yet undeniably daunting) stateside debut in 2015, which will be helmed by Justin Bieber manager-mastermind, Scooter Braun. The first pieces of Western press are promising enough, at least: The fashion industry darling graces… Read the full article

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Dannii Minogue Is Making A Musical Comeback At Mardi Gras In Sydney

by Bradley Stern

STOP YOUR LIFE AND PUT THE NEEDLE ON IT. Dannii Minogue is officially returning to music, and I officially can’t sleep at night. Today, the artist responsible for arguably one of the greatest dance-pop records of all time, Neon Nights (among countless other fabulous records, obviously), confirmed that she’ll finally be making her musical comeback… Read the full article

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“New Moon”: Tom Aspaul Covers Brandy And Carly Simon All In One Sexy Go

by Bradley Stern

Tom Aspaul continues to make us feel so good. After serving up his sweet n’ dreamy “Good Together” back in December, the ever-talented UK singer-songwriter continues to prove himself as one of the most exciting Ones To Watch in pop once again with an artsy fartsy, left-lane mash-up called “New Moon,” co-crafted alongside Starsmith. The… Read the full article

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Róisín Murphy Returns With “Gone Fishing,” Inspired By ‘Paris Is Burning’

by Bradley Stern

Róisín Murphy is back, but perhaps not quite in the way you were expecting. The forward-thinking Irish singer-songstress, who provided one of the decade’s best electronic records in Overpowered back in 2007, has returned at last after endless teases over the past few years with “Gone Fishing,” the lead single from her long-awaited LP, called… Read the full article

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