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Jessie Ware Embraces Love In Her “You & I (Forever)” Video: Watch

Jessie Ware has always been a romantic even before her marriage to Sam Burrows this summer, but new songs like “You & I (Forever)” are filled to the brim with love! Off her sophomore album Tough Love, the R&B groove now has an accompanying video.

The minimalistic visual — which spins between color…

By: Bianca Gracie / December 2, 2014

Jessie Ware Announces “You & I (Forever)” As Her Next Single

Earlier on her Facebook page today (November 21), Jessie Ware announced her next single! The soulful crooner will follow up “Say You Love Me” with the third song — “You & I (Forever).” The mid-tempo track, written about her husband Sam Burrows, is a chilled R&B groove that makes you want to cuddle with…

By: Bianca Gracie / November 21, 2014

Jessie Ware Hits The Studio With Preditah, Tokimonsta, Pional & More For “Keep On Lying” Remix Sessions: Watch

Jessie Ware‘s sweet, soulful Tough Love is quietly one of the year’s best releases, and the UK songbird is wasting no time adding some extra oomph to the newly released LP.

Along with the announcement of her brand new single “You & I (Forever)” (due out January in the UK), Jessie…

By: Bradley Stern / November 14, 2014

‘Divergent’ Soundtrack: New Music From Ellie Goulding, Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky, M83 & More

I don’t know when this “tween movie with an absolutely sick soundtrack” trend started — Twilight couldn’t have been the first, and Batman Forever wasn’t a tween vehicle, soo…? — but I’m not mad at it. The latest stellar example comes from Divergent, which is some Hunger Games-looking movie starring Kate Winslet and a bunch of pretty young people.

By: Carl Williott / February 24, 2014

Ellie Goulding’s “Figure 8″ Video: Watch The Surreal Clip

Ellie Goulding is seeing red in the video for her new Halcyon single “Figure 8,” but in, like, a good way. The clip, released late last night on VEVO, doesn’t serve up much in the way of narrative — it’s mostly close-up shots of Goulding looking anguished, rendered beautifully in grainy monochromatic footage and occasionally swathed i…

By: Sam Lansky / November 20, 2012

Ellie Goulding’s ‘Halcyon': Album Review

Ellie Goulding has always dealt with unfairly high expectations. Best known in the US for her breakthrough single “Lights,” Goulding was already a star in her native UK after winning the Critics’ Choice Award at the Brit Awards and the BBC Sound Of… poll in 2010, making her only the second artist i…

By: Sam Lansky / October 9, 2012

Coachella Cruise To Set Sail This December

Coachella has become so big, even two back-to-back weekends aren’t enough to satiate eager music fans. The fest’s promoter Goldenvoice has announced that it will launch S.S. Coachella, two separate sailings with the same lineup. Pulp will headline the two inaugral voyages: Fort Lauderdale to the Bahamas from December 16-19, and Fort Lauderdale to Jamaica from December 19-23.

By: Becky Bain / July 17, 2012

#DrakeCriesWhen: The Ultimate Twitter Round-Up

Drake has been the center of Twitter’s attention this morning. This would be good news for the “Trust Issues” rapper, if only his name wasn’t attached to the trending topic: #DrakeCriesWhen. We’re not sure why or how Drizzy’s became the Internet’s punchline de jour, but we’ve been cracking up with the creative ways user…

By: Erika Brooks Adickman / September 14, 2011

Coachella 2011 Lineup Announced

Wait til Britney hears about this. Over-sharer Kanye West, pigeon-averse Southern rockers Kings Of Leon and unexpected chart toppers Arcade Fire will headline the 2011 edition of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, the annual genre-mashing party in the California desert. Click below for the full lineup, which also features a platoon of…

By: Idolator Staff / January 18, 2011

The Supposed Official Usher ‘Raymond V. Raymond’ Tracklist…No, Seriously

With as many stops and starts as Usher’s forthcoming seventh studio album Raymond v. Raymond has had (not to mention how many tracks have found their way online), forgive us if we have a hard time believing that any tracklist that touts itself as being official is indeed the real thing. The LP is said…

By: Robbie Daw / February 26, 2010

Angry Salad Fixings, Emo-With-Synth Wimps, Devilish Delusions, And A Good Amount Of Cardio

Each week, dozens of songs and albums from up-and-coming (or just plain unknown) bands debut on the pop charts. Some of these bands will never be heard from again; some may become the next little thing. That’s why every two weeks Chuck Eddy will be exploring the world beyond the Billboard 200, where he’ll look

By: xhuxk / May 2, 2008