Indie rock band Mansions On The Moon from Los Angeles, California with roots from Virginia Beach, VA finally released their self debut album Mansions On The Moon on October 22nd. The ten track release features Zee Avi and Codi Caraco and has a unique epic 80′s ballad meets futuristic indie fresh sound that takes you away to another world.
They’ve mastered an effervescent strain of dance-pop that matches the glossy metropolitan music with crisp disco production that gives the sense that you’re dancing in a dream. Mansions On The Moon’s debut album have their sound of their own that pulls out the blissfulness of dream pop and leads it on a coming-of-age type adventure through a spectrum of soft rock, synths, and experimental pop, all while gifting the most lavish harmonies to your ears and they show a range of sounds and styles that show how dynamic Mansions On The Moon can be. Make sure to get a copy of the album on iTunes now.
By Pia Catton. The Apollo Theater, seeking to add a jolt of creative adrenaline to its leadership, said on Tuesday that Pharrell Williams will join its board of directors. Mr. Williams, who won the 2014 Grammy for Producer Of The Year, topped charts around the world with his pop single “Happy” and in September joined the judging panel of NBC’s singing competition “The Voice.”
Last year, he contributed to two of 2013’s most popular hits, Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines.” His pop-culture influence and ability to spot the next trend are what the Apollo needs, said its president and chief executive, Jonelle Procope. “A lot of the legendary performers whose careers began at the Apollo went on to superstardom,” she said. “Who are those artists today?”
Old BET Freestyle with the Clipse & Fam-Lay from ca. 2003, thanks to CAndersen3.
Gwen Stefani has been interviewed by Carson Daly, where she talked about her new album and working with Pharrell while previewing one of the tracks they did together titled ‘Spark The Fire’, and the Official Video for it is also already finished directed by Sophie Muller, which is the next single, you can check it out below.
Gwen revealed that a beat Pharrell created for one of her new songs is so great, she almost cried when she heard it. Gwen also revealed two other tunes produced by Pharrell titled “Whoa” and “Heart Shape” including a No Doubt tune titled “Shine”, thanks to bigbac2098
Gwen Stefani – Spark The Fire (Snippet) (14′)
I’ve managed to make an Instrumental off T.I.’s ‘G’ Shit’ tune produced by Pharrell, you can check it out below, I also want to appologize to aeveryone for the lack of updates lately, Ive been very busy last month and haven’t had any tie to update all sites, but I’m back now, and make sure to get T.I.’s Ninth Studio album Paperwork now on iTunes.
T.I. – G’ Shit (DJ Freakiii Instrumental Remake) (14′)
By Daniel Kohn. Inside a cavernous space at the Record Plant Recording studio in Hollywood, Chad Hugo is taking jump shots on an above-regulation-size hoop. He’s missing every one, but he couldn’t appear more relaxed. He takes off his button-down shirt, tie, and beanie to reveal a Tupac shirt. I tell him that today is the 18th anniversary of the rap icon’s death.
Hugo raises an eyebrow, takes his phone out, and corroborates by way of Google. He shakes his head in disbelief, not so much at the anniversary itself, but that he was so absentminded in the first place. “I grabbed the first shirt I saw this morning,” he says quietly. “I guess we can thank Urban Outfitters for that.” Behind the room’s glass window sits a mixing board.
Producer Takashi Murakami
Director Mr. fantasista utamaro
Animation Production NAZ
Production Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd
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Here is the Official Video to Maxine Ashley’s ‘Guerrilla’ tuen which will be on the Trash OST.
This is The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ 30-second TV ad, intended to pique the curiosity of our guests and evolve the campaign “Just The Right Amount of Wrong.” Directed by the writer and director of Leaving Las Vegas, Mike Figgis, the new commercial challenges expectation with music from Mos Def, retro imagery and a story line that leaves the viewer looking for more.
It is as unique as the Cosmopolitan guest. The Music is taken from Mos Def’s 2009 album The Ecstatic with the Chad Hugo Produced tune ‘Twilite Speedball’. Some dude on the net managed to make a Instrumental gathered from this ad, and the actual tune. The Instrumental actually proper mixed, so I threw that tune in my own Acid Monsta to re-do it, this is the result. Thanks to CMP.
Mos Def – Twilite Speedball (Instrumental) (09’)
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