Saint Etienne

Kylie Minogue’s Self-Titled 1994 Album Set For Expanded Reissue, With Unreleased Tracks

Robbie Daw | May 24, 2016 - 12:12 pm

Step back in time. More »

The 50 Best Pop Singles Of 1995 (Featuring New Interviews With Alanis Morissette, Garbage, Kylie Minogue, Monica, Ace Of Base & More!)

Robbie Daw | December 9, 2015 - 8:22 am

We revisit and rank the 50 best hits from the year 1995, plus interview artists like Alanis Morissette, Garbage, Monica, Kylie Minogue, Seal, Saint Etienne, Ace Of Base and more in the process. More »

Asami Zdrenka, Formerly Of Neon Jungle, Covers “Only Love Can Break Your Heart”: Idolator Video Premiere

Robbie Daw | August 26, 2015 - 6:36 am

The onetime girl group member launches a solo career by covering a classic. More »

Black Friday Bonanza: 10 Pop Music Books From The Past Year That Serve As Perfect Stocking Stuffers

emilytan | November 27, 2014 - 8:17 am

Between Jay Z and Beyonce’s On the Run Tour and the arrival of Taylor Swift’s behemoth pop album 1989, 2014 has had quite a few key music moments. And now it’s that time of year when we try to figure out sort out what to give as holiday presents. So what… More »

Amy Winehouse’s “Just Friends” Covered By Saint Etienne For ‘Q’ Compilation: Listen

Robbie Daw | July 11, 2012 - 1:47 pm

Amy Winehouse is the focus of British mag Q’s August cover story, and the publication is including a compilation of covers of the late singer’s music along with the issue. One particular reinterpretation from the bunch caught our ear — “Just Friends”, by UK trio Saint Etienne. Amy’s version, which appeared on her Grammy-winning blockbuster… More »

The Idolator Interview: Annie

Robbie Daw | November 17, 2009 - 1:01 pm

In 2004, Annie—Bergen, Norway’s sunniest export—scored both club hits and indie cred with her debut album Anniemal. Her sophomore LP Don’t Stop was initially announced in early 2008, but got tangled up, as she explains it, in a nasty case of record label drama. “I kept on delivering things but it was never… More »

Popjustice Continues “Be Proud Of British Music Day” With Its Own Shortlist Of Perfect Pop

Maura | July 21, 2009 - 1:30 pm

Now that the British music establishment has declared its favorite home-grown albums of the year with the Mercury Prize nominations, the cheeky British pop site Popjustice has seen fit to announce its shortlist for The Popjustice Twenty Quid Music Prize, which honors the best British single of the year. The artist behind the winning song… More »