Lana Del Rey names new album 'Born To Die'
disconaivete: After performing Video Games on the French TV show Taratata yesterday (her 7th TV performance), Lana Del Rey shared the news that her debut proper debut album carries the name Born To Die. Born To Die is also the title of her forthcoming new single, for which the video was shot by Yoann “Woodkid” Lemoine in a castle in France. Born To Die is expected to be released on January 23.
Of Montreal-"Wintered Debts" →
kcrw: Gustavo Arellano & Joe Bernal for...
My favorite song on the album and a beautiful moment. nprmusic: One of the most powerful moments Adele’s new concert film comes when she performs Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love” as a tribute to Amy Winehouse, encouraging the audience to raise their phones and cameras so that the late singer can see them “from upstairs.”
Downtown Lobby: Morrissey Adds 3rd L.A. Show →
downtownlobby: We were so bummed to hear that Morrissey cancelled his performance that was supposed to take place in Hollywood for a taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live, but some good news came out of this. Moz has added a third Los Angeles show and it will take place on Wednesday, November 23rd at The…
video: Feist - How Come You Never Go There
disconaivete: The video for Feist’s How Come You Never Go There shows Leslie Feist “exploring” the woods with very long hair - can’t help but think of the Martin de Thurrah-directed video for Fever Ray’s When I Grow Up (read as: you should definitely watch this).
Neon Indian - Hex Girlfriend (For No One Session)
disconaivete: Neon Indian and his band play Hex Girlfriend for For No One - and you should take that literally.
It's all about night two!!! →
Downtown Lobby: Gotye Schedules L.A. Show →
downtownlobby: Gotye has been turning a lot of heads since the release of his latest album “Making Mirrors”. He recently played over at The Satellite this past October and has now scheduled a headlining spot at a much bigger local venue. You can catch Gotye when her performs at the El Rey Theatre…
disconaivete: We already heard a...
Via Pitchfork.com EMA delivered a haunting, spare live session for the French performance blogLa Blogothèque’s “Take Away Shows” series, recorded at various locations around Paris. Accompanied by a violinist, she played “Anteroom” in a decaying chapel in a cemetery in Montmartre, “Butterfly Knife” at what appears to be a roadside construction site, and...