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Orange Juice Get Ready To Start Again

Please enjoy this clip of the fine Scottish pop...

By: Maura / October 27, 2008

Charli XCX: The SXSW Q&A

So on Friday (March 15) at South by Southwest, I woke up at the crack of 9:37 a.m. to interview Charli XCX at 10:00 a.m. I thought maybe her reps were playing a prank on me, because that is basically dawn during a festival. But it was real. Like her pal Sky Ferreira, who the previous

By: Carl Williott / March 17, 2013

Wiz Khalifa And Amber Rose Smoke Up “Never Been (Part II)”

Here's a refresher — the first "Never Been" popped up on Wiz Khalifa's mixtape Kush & Orange Juice, and the video featured a lovely stripper gettin' all up and down on last year's SXSW breakout. However, Wiz has another lady in his life now — his new fiancee, of course — which means less stripper…

By: X. Alexander / March 14, 2012

Britney Spears’ “Criminal” Video: Sex! Violence! Bad Tattoos!

For the video for her fourth Femme Fatale single, Britney Spears delivered an epic mini-movie, full of romance, intrigue, and a whole lot of makeout sessions with her real-life boyfriend, Jason Trawick. Seriously, there are so many things to discuss in the "Criminal" video, let's just go through all of them in chronological order, yes?

By: Becky Bain / October 17, 2011

Wiz Khalifa: The Idolator Interview

Wiz Khalifa currently has the #1 song on iTunes, “No Sleep”, and it’s safe to say his debut full-length album, Rolling Papers — out today! — will waft toward the top of the charts as well. We can think of no better (legal) way to celebrate Wiz's album release day than by posting our exclusive…

By: Idolator Staff / March 29, 2011

Wiz Khalifa Gets Snoop Dogg, Juicy J & T-Pain On The “Black And Yellow” G-Mix

Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa has rapidly earned fans since the release of his buzzy mixtape Kush and Orange Juice — since being signed to Atlantic Records, he landed Rick Ross for the remix to "Black And Yellow", Wiz's try at penning an anthem for his beloved Pittsburgh Steelers. But the thing about remixes is, one…

By: Becky Bain / December 17, 2010

The Morning Mix: Lady Gaga Plans To Just Dance Til She Drops

Did You Hear? :: Lady Gaga addressed the perception (by some observers) that she's touring/recording too relentlessly and should take a break: "I'll sleep when I'm dead, OK?" she told an audience in Sweden. Worth noting: she is too tired to put on clothes. [Vulture] :: Sometime Glee star Kristin Chenoweth blasted a Newsweek article

By: Idolator Staff / May 11, 2010

PHOTOS: Bamboozle Gets ‘Mezmorized’ By Wiz Khalifa’s Performance

Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa has become one of rap's hottest attractions ever since his ready-to-party mixtape, Kush And Orange Juice, lighted up Twitter last month — and it's little wonder why. Wiz brought his magic to Bamboozle this weekend, and charmed the crowd with his happy-go-lucky style on the mic. Check the pics in our…

By: Idolator Staff / May 3, 2010

Michael Jackson’s Autopsy Report Provides Answers, Raises Questions

Michael Jackson's death remains shrouded in mystery, at least according to Joe Jackson. The official autopsy report has been released, and although it's sure to be dissected to pieces if Dr. Conrad Murray goes to trial, it does reveal a few intriguing details about the King of Pop's life, and the state he was at his death. (It…

By: Becky Bain / February 10, 2010

Army Navy Think Back To The Good Times

The jangly West Coast outfit Army Navy put out...

By: Maura / November 13, 2008

Meet The Guy Who Tried To Fool Canada Into Thinking He Was David Lee Roth

The guy who got pulled over while driving under the influence of nuts and tried to explain away his crimes by waving around his scarves claiming he was David Lee Roth has been unmasked: His name's David Kuntz, and he's a musician who's been tooling around Ontario for a number of years. According to the…

By: Maura / July 16, 2008

The Top Four Sentences From Yesterday’s Vampire Weekend Profile That Made Me Vow To Never Read A Story About Them Again

As previously reported, both Jess and I think that the debut album by the buzzed-to-death New York band Vampire Weekend is perfectly fine. (Possibly of note: Every time I listen to their album, I experience an Orange Juice craving about six tracks in.) But coverage of the band--from its Rolling Stone accolades to all those…

By: Maura / January 28, 2008

Idolator’s 2007 Top 40 List Of Awesomeness: The 10 Tunes That <em>Almost</em> Made It

Naturally we heard more than 40 great songs in 2007. And so before we get to the top two slots, here are 10 tracks that might have made it into our list of awesomeness on another day, from Radio Disney to Brooklyn art-rock to Euro-techno to Britney:

By: jharv / December 31, 2007

Army/Navy Find A Copy Of “C86″ At The Thrift Store

The L.A. band Army/Navy were pitched to us as a "new indie pop gem," and if there's one phrase that will get me clicking on the MP3s in my e-mail, it's that one. (Publicists, take note.)…

By: Maura / September 14, 2007

A Personal Plea To Beth Ditto

Look, I was willing to give you the benefit of the doubt with the NME cover. Your heart was probably in the right place. But this? Perez Hilton? This has to be a gag, a sloppy Photoshop job on a slow news day from those jokers at Urb, slapping the logo on something they filched…

By: jharv / July 26, 2007

Liner Notes: America Tries To Weave Together The Latest Foxy Brown Scandal

- Amazingly, the "Foxy Brown may or may not have been assaulted by three women who were friends with Brown's alleged-pimp boyfriend" story just keeps getting more and more confusing.

By: Brian Raftery / June 25, 2007

The Vault: Life Without Buildings Envisions A World Without Quonset Huts And Lean-Tos

Scottish band Life Without Buildings broke up in 2002, before they could really benefit from being an early-adopter in indie rock's renewed 21st-century postpunk arms race.

By: idolguest2 / May 31, 2007

Stuck On Repeat: Article 58 Tweaks Its Strings

Information on Article 58, the Scottish band named (we think) after a 1927 amendment to the Russian penal code that allowed police to arrest those suspected of counter-revolutionary activities, is scant on the Web; according to the tireless postpunk archivists at Hyped2Death, the band shared a...

By: Maura / April 19, 2007

Listening Station: My Teenage Stride Gives Us The Chills

Jedediah Smith is the Brooklyn-based songwriter behind the band My Teenage Stride, and listening to the band's third full-length, Ears Like Golden Bats, you have to wonder just how much time he's spent obsessing over the Trouser Press; Ears wears its influences like one-inch...

By: Maura / February 12, 2007
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