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The riot grrrl icon teamed up with Hunx and his Punx frontman, Seth Bogart, to create this masterpiece of surreal bubblegum pop-meets-punk, for a song off Seth's upcoming solo album. In a style not unlike Little Shop of Horrors, Hanna voices a giant talking compact who eats Seth Bogart while he and various women lick various sparkly compacts and gobble tubes of lipsticks. Bogart told The FADER that he wanted the video to look “like a kid’s show.” And indeed it does; it’s Pee-Wee's Playhouse meets John Waters. Read More
The Australian dance-pop singer will join musical forces with the long-haired, averse-to-shirts Stooges front-man this Christmas to cover “Christmas Wrapping,” by new-wave Ohio band The Waitresses, on her album Kylie Christmas. The tune is not a Christmas staple but a lesser-known tune that Pitchfork’s Lindsay Zoladz calls a “deliriously catchy, still-unavoidable holiday anthem.” It’s a bizarre-looking combo if nothing else and might sound equally as odd, but possibly odd enough to work. Read More
  Few albums have been more highly anticipated this year than electro-wizard Grimes’s Art Angels, and at her show last night in Los Angeles, she showed us the reason for the hype. The distinctive Canadian artist, née Claire Boucher, nearly brought down The Mayan Theater on Monday night, day two of Red Bull Sound Select’s #30DaysInLA festival. If you are a Grimes fan and you haven’t seen her live yet, make this the year you cross that off your bucket list. Read More
With her new album, 25, coming out on Nov. 20 and people everywhere singing "Hello from the outsideeeee" way too loudly from their showers and cars, Adele is finally emerging back into the spotlight where she belongs. In her first big interview about her new album Adele talked to Rolling Stone's Brian Hiatt and declared that she is indeed a feminist. "I'm a feminist, I believe that everyone should be treated the same, including race and sexuality," Adele told Rolling Stone.  "I'm a feminist," she says, sipping wine. Read More
  “I’ve been having a lot of kids visit me,” says 25-year-old Mac DeMarco. “This morning, some kids came over and I was so hung over, but it’s kind of nice.” These kids are not necessarily superfans, stalking his every move and following him home to Far Rockaway, Queens. They’ve simply listened to his latest album, Another One, all the way through. After some spare, murmuring keys fade out, the Canadian singer/songwriter shares his home address with an air of mellow camaraderie. Read More