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Adele - Hometown Glory

Adele - Hometown Glory

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Les coups de cœur d’Etienne Daho en vidéo Unloved – Guilty Of Love“Coup de foudre pour cette chanson extraite du premier EP d’Unloved, projet mûri par David Holmes et Keefus Cincia sous le soleil californien.” Ultimate Painting – Full performance (Live on KEXP)“Ultimate Painting est la rencontre de Jack Cooper de Mazes et James Hoare de Veronica Falls. Superbe album hyper mélodique à écouter d’urgence.” Pandora Tuesday Top Ten: DJ Kue’s Best 10 Pop Remixes Dec 28, 2010 Genre: Electro House, Electronic, Hip Hop, Mashup Category: Audio, DJ Mix, Tuesday Top Ten Tracks Artists: B.O.B, Calvin Harris, DJ Kue, Enrique Iglesias, Far East Movement, Ke$ha, Ludacris, Usher, Waka Flocka Flame, Wiz Khalifa I’ve been Kue’s #1 fan since he dropped his remix of Calvin Harris’ Flashback earlier this year, and have supported him several times on the site since. I also have rinsed his tracks like crazy at every party I’ve played in the last half of 2010. I hope you guys will listen to his work, and enjoy his tracks as much as I have! Let us know what you think with a comment folks, and be sure to take his megamix with you at the bottom of the post – great way to start a party off! DJ Kue on Soundcloud

Thom Yorke Plays New Songs, Performs With Patti Smith and Flea at Pathway to Paris The UN Climate Change Conference is taking place in Paris. To coincide with the conference, Pathway to Paris held a concert at Le Trianon featuring Thom Yorke, Patti Smith, Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist Flea, and more. In addition to performing older material, Yorke performed two new tracks. Musicophilia Poll Results: Listeners Pick Their Favorite Albums Of 2015 : All Songs Considered Top row, left to right: Cover art for Wilco, Kamasi Washington and Grimes; Middle row, left to right: Sufjan Stevens, Chvrches and Kendrick Lamar; Bottom row, left to right: Father John Misty, Joanna Newsom, Courtney Barnett Courtesy of the artists hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of the artists You never entirely know what you're going to get when you ask listeners to rank their favorite albums of the year. But the results of All Songs Considered's 2015 listener poll may be the most diverse we've seen in ten years of doing these lists. From Kendrick Lamar's hip-hop masterpiece To Pimp A Butterfly and the dense harp-poetry of Joanna Newsom, to the effervescent pop of Carly Rae Jepsen, soul singer Leon Bridges and the immense jazz album The Epic from Kamasi Washington, listeners showed a lot of love for a broad range of sounds. Perhaps the biggest surprise is the weak showing by much beloved legacy bands.

Toro y Moi Chazwick Bradley Bundick (born November 7, 1986), better known by his stage name Toro y Moi, is an American recording artist and producer. His music has taken on many forms since he began recording, but he is often identified with the rise of the chillwave movement in 2010 and 2011.[1] His stage name is a multilingual expression consisting of the Spanish words toro and y (meaning "bull" and "and", respectively), and the French word moi (meaning "me").[2] Early life[edit] Chazwick Bradley Bundick[3] was born on November 7, 1986 in Columbia, South Carolina,[4] to a Filipino mother and an African-American father.[5] He attended Ridge View High School, where he formed the indie rock band The Heist and The Accomplice with three schoolmates.[6] Bundick graduated from the University of South Carolina in spring of 2009 with a bachelor's degree in graphic design. Career[edit]

Gorilla vs. Bear x 2015 year-end mix Here’s our annual year-end retrospective, a definitive 80-minute mix of the songs by which we’ll remember 2015 (it also doubles as a very emotional and hopefully serviceable misty-eyed New Year’s Eve soundtrack). Thanks for hanging with us this year, see y’all in 2016. mp3: [download all monthly mixes from 2015] 25 records marked with the David Bowie seal of approval In 2013, Vanity Fair asked David Bowie to rake through his record collection and come up with a top 25 list of vital albums. “I do only have about 2,500 vinyls” responded the late Bowie. Nevertheless, the Starman obliged and came up with this fantastic and eclectic selection. This week, the musical index has come back to the public’s attention, shared notably by David Bowie News.

In Stores Now 2/1 February kicks off with plenty of new music for you to love, including the debut from Nevermen, a super group featuring TV on the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe, Faith No More’s Mike Patton, and rapper Doseone. KEXP Music Director Don Yates calls the release “an adventurous blend of avant-rock, hip hop, soul, doo wop and more, featuring a diverse set of playful songs combining a densely produced, atmospheric sound with alternating vocals, soaring harmonies and left-field pop hooks.” Bonnie “Prince” Billy shares a collection of his Peel Sessions for BBC Radio 1, including a cover of Prince’s “The Cross” and a previously unreleased original called “Beezle.” Merge Records releases the latest from Benji Hughes, a former commercial jingle writer (remember “Got a Little Captain in You?” for Captain Morgan rum?).

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