Lana Del Rey returns with the official video for “Lust For Life.” She and The Weeknd don’t spare an inch as they put on an intimate display for the visuals. Watch below and get your copy of the song on iTunes. Lust for Life vid still by Neil pic.twitter.com/5vLBw0QrlL — Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) May . . .
Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd unite for her new single, “Lust For Life.” In typical Lana fashion, this title track for he upcoming album incorporates a dreamy haze of airy vocals and somewhat nostalgic themes enhanced by The Weeknd’s falsetto, throughout. Listen below and get the single on iTunes. Check out the official album . . .
Lana Del Rey fuels the promotion of her Honeymoon album with the official video for “Freak.” It’s a dramatic, interpretive visual that fits right in with Lana’s catalog. Watch the Yours Truly-directed video below.
Th wait is over for Lana Del Rey fans, as her Honeymoon album has officially arrived. Featuring Lana’s breathy, mellow vocals and waves of cinematic production hearkening to a different era, Honeymoon is full of what her fans have come to expect. Stream Honeymoon below.
Just ahead of her Honeymoon album release this Friday, Lana Del Rey shares “Salvatore” with fans. Premiering on Huw Stephens’ BBC Radio 1 show, Lana said it is weirdest track from the album. She described the song as having an “old-school Italian feel” and “filmic,” which is pretty accurate. A lot of her music has sounded like it could lay . . .
It only makes sense to have Fresno native and West Coast representer Fashawn on Lana Del Rey‘s “West Coast.” Production team Lab Rats made it happen. The gritty acoustics of the track prove to Stream their “West Coast” remix below.
Hippie Sabotage revamps Lana Del Rey‘s “West Coast” into a smooth, organic product. Lana’s hazy vocals fit in well with the remixed version’s lush instrumentation. Drops and shifts in the beat add a new level of intrigue to the expressive track. Hippie Sabotage’s remix manages to be both minimalistic and attention grabbing. Stream the Hippie . . .
The Weeknd shines as he continues his evolutionary trek on Starboy High Snobiety After what seemed like years of being stuck on Thursday, The Weeknd has teamed up with Daft Punk to deliver Starboy, a true coming of age LP. I define a coming of age album as one that truly shows mastery of whatever qualities initially attracted us to . . .
The Weeknd unleashes Starboy At over an hour long and 18 tracks deep, The Weeknd‘s Starboy is here! His highly anticipated 3rd studio album includes all star features from Daft Punk, Lana Del Rey, Kendrick Lamar, and Future. Earlier this week, The Weeknd shared his short film MANIA, directed by frequent collaborator, Grant Singer, and features a few of . . .
Listen to new music from The Weeknd in the M A N I A short film. With the Starboy album well on its way for a November 25th release, The Weeknd lets loose new visuals to bolster the album’s campaign effort. Related: The Weeknd performs “Starboy” and “False Alarm” live on SNL It’s a 12-minute video . . .
The Weeknd ups the ante by dropping another track from the forthcoming Starboy album. This time, he shares the Lana Del Rey co-written “Party Monster”. Listen below and pre-order Starboy on iTunes.
Back in September, I came across the EP of a very special producer named Sahil. His sounds came off as something I had never fully experienced. The sonics and creativity blew me away. After posting the project on the site, I wanted to dig deeper. If I felt this way about his debut project, I . . .
The 150-mile journey from Seattle to Sasquatch! Music Festival begins in towering high rises, climbs up steep mountains, and winds down through massive wind turbines on desolate land. George is a small city perched above the Columbia River; we (300,000 festival-goers and myself) are the only sign of life for miles. In its thirteenth year, . . .
Deniro Farrar and Denzel Curry have taken Lana Del Rey’s “Shades Of Cool,” a standout track from her Unltraviolence album, and taken it in new directions. The two don’t sugarcoat their words as they each add strong and memorable lyrics to the cinematic instrumentation. Stream “Like That” below, and look for these two to hit . . .
Let me first preface this entire review by saying that never in my black life did I think I’d be doing this. I wasn’t a big fan of Danity Kane and I generally eschew anything having to do with electronic music. With that being said, I must admit I am sold. On September 25th, Dumblonde . . .