major lazer annouced the release of their next ep, lazers never die, yesterday when the world wide web got hold of the track featuring m.i.a. and busy signal. and now pitchfork has confirmed the track list for the ep and non-other than mr. thom yorke will be remixing the track “jump up”. diplo + thom yorke = dancers and lovers of electronica rejoicing.
1 sound of siren [ft. m.i.a. and busy signal]
2 good enough [ft. collie buddz and lindi ortega]
3 can’t stop now (kicks like a mule remix) [ft. ms. banks]
4 bruk out (buraka som sistema mix)
5 jump up (thom yorke remix)
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who doesn’t like daryll hall and john oates? no one. we all love hall and oates come on now. on board is the bird and the bee. they are releasing their tribute album march 23rd called guiltless pleasures volume 1: a tribute to daryll hall and john oates, which will include one original song, “heard it on the radio”. they are playing a show in los angeles at the el rey march 5th to promote this album.
1. Heard It On The Radio
2. I Can’t Go For That
3. Rich Girl
4. Sarah Smile
5. Kiss On My List
7. She’s Gone
8. Private Eyes
9. One on One
midnight lion – all greatness stands firm
this unsigned glasgow duo used to be parts of atlas skye and drive-by argument. i’m a little sick of lion in the titles of band names, but it’s certainly better than drive-by argument. regardless, this song rocks. it’s a pounding synth anthem that is begging for a phat remix. it’s like the bravery (when they were awesome) got drunk with peter gabriel, had sex, and midnight lion popped out nine months later.
40-year-old alex mcqueen, acclaimed fashion designer, was found hanging at his home this morning. he designed the cover for bjork’s homogenic and david bowie’s earthling. mostly recently he worked with the duke spirit and lady gaga. he was the head designer of givency in the late 90s and then became creative director of gucci for some time. queen elizabeth II even made him a commander for the british empire for his fashion leadership in 2003. he was a genius and an icon and he will be greatly missed.