Aziatix - Go
Aziatix won the “Best New Asian Artist – Group” award at this year’s “Mnet Asian Music Awards” held this week in Singapore. The prestigious award is held in reverence through all of Asia and is a true testament to the level of creativity that Flowsik, Eddie Shin, and Nicky Lee have put into their sound. Just last month, Aziatix released an acoustic version of their hit single “Go” as a special thanks to fans. The song marked the moment that would change the group’s lives forever.
Taio Cruz - Troublemaker (Official Video)
Taio Cruz just released the official music video for “Troublemaker”, a song well fit for the European market. The track leaked in April this year under the name “Believe In Me” and everybody was wondering why it didn’t chart. Well, now you know, because it was a ripper! “Troublemaker” is coming off in Taio’s upcoming album “TY.O”.
Justin Bieber - Santa Claus is Coming to Town (Animagic Video)
Justin Bieber takes on the classic claymation Holiday jingle “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town”. Released on November 1st, the song it’s climbing its way up the charts and it’s just a matter of time until it reaches the well-deserved no.1 position. The track is featured on Justin’s Christmas themed album “Under The Mistletoe”. The cartoon (animagic) version of Justin is very well done, it’s just like the real deal. (more...)
Yves Larock - The Zoo
The track already received remixes from Muzzaik, Houseshaker and Ralph Good that you can hear in clubs all over the world. Yves is also a member of Africanism All Stars and you can hear traces of this roots in the original version: bumping tribal percussion, child-like village vocals, even animal noises. The video is quite a strange one, it starts at a dinner party and after a few twists it culminates with a Village People tribute dance with Mr. Larock in the center of attention.
Duran Duran - Girl Panic! (Just Released)
One of the best Duran Duran song since the 80’s. “Girl Panic!” is the latest single from their thirteenth album “All You Need Is Now”. The name of the band is from a character of Roger Vadim's sci-fi classic movie “Barbarella”. This one of the first songs after their recent “comeback”, and with it they try to return to their original 80’s sound. Groups that have a huge history in the music industry really shouldn’t chase the trends, since everybody loves them for what they are and they should stick to that.
RIHANNA HOSPITALIZED, CANCELS SWEDEN PERFORMANCE
"I am sorry to everyone who was coming out to my show in Malmo [Sweden]. I was so excited to perform for you all. It would have been a great time…so much better than being sick with the flu, ugh! I'm really disappointed I couldn't be there." (more...)
FANS START RIOT IN INDIA AFTER METALLICA CANCELS CONCERT
October 28 was a rough day for metal band, Metallica as they were forced to postpone their concert, resulting in major backlash from the fans. The concert was set to take place in Gurgaon, India but was cancelled due to a failure in the security barricade in front of the stage.(more...)
New Interview With BUSH Frontman Gavin Rossdale!
Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale talks to KOvideo about reforming his chart-topping '90s alt rock band. He also tells us of the humbling years when his musical career wasn't so appreciated "No one prepares you for success, it's overwhelming. You're a jerk at first and all those things. But more interesting to me, and much more challenging, was the slide back down. It's like being dumped out of an airplane, you hit the ground. Hard."
THE D*J*M - MUEVE LA CABEZA VIDEO
The D*J*M – The Disturbing Jag Monkeys. A very interesting name, just like the band itself. The three brothers were compared in their childhood to The Three Monkeys, while JAG stands for their names: John, Alex and Greg. The French band has a unique sound, coming from the three different styles the brothers approach: electro, soul and hip hop. “Mueve La Cabeza” is from their recently released album “Dirty French Electro”, that was produced in New York.
MARTIN SOLVEIG - BIG IN JAPAN VIDEO
French producer and DJ Martin Solveig is promoting his latest album “Smash” with a mini-series of videos. “Big In Japan” is the fourth of the series and is featuring Martina Sorbana from Dragonette and the all-girl band Idoling. In the video Martin is cruising Japan’s busy streets, swimming pools and Geisha parlours.
JENNIFER LOPEZ CRIES ON STAGE AFTER PERFORMING 'UNTIL IT BEATS NO MORE'
While performing this past Saturday night at the Mohegan Sun's 15th anniversary celebration, singer Jennifer Lopez reportedly broke down on stage, crying after her performance of ‘Until It Beats No More’. Lopez was said by People Magazine to have told fans in the audience that she was going to sing the last love song she had written (more...)