Yo! Check out the playlist that I made for the month of April! The playlist is made up of 50 tracks including some new additions to my iPod that some of you may or not have have heard of yet such as Ben Howard, Two Door Cinema Club, Kevin Daniel & Birdy. Comment on your… More »
It’s Easter and I bring you gifts – but not chocolate ones. Here are three free musical downloads that I have hunted from the ether of the internet. If you can press pause on our
Mark Foster, (Foster The People) Kimbra, (Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” fame) and A-Trak have teamed up for a promotional song called “Warrior” for Converse and Journeys. I literally
If you’re still not sure what you’re wearing for Halloween ,fear not (pun intended) as your favourite musicians are here to inspire you one more time. If watching their music videos didn’t
Foster The People’s Pumped Up Kicks was one of this year’s biggest hits and it looks like it may be claiming the title of most covered song of 2011 too. Yesterday, Mashable posted a <a
Tanner Patrick is a one man band and is very easy on the eyes — ladies! He just posted this video covering Foster The People’s hit ‘Pumped Up Kicks’, and to say I was
Last night, Jimmy Fallon and Joseph Gordon-Levitt treated us to some karaoke. But not just ANY karaoke: three random songs with Fallon performing in the style of David Bowie…and JGL in a dead-on impression of Axl Rose. Ever wanted to hear Axl Rose and David Bowie sing Lady Gaga’s “Edge of Glory?” Well, this is… More »
Los Angeles based band Foster The People have had quite a year. They have risen from obscurity to having their song, ‘Pumped Up Kicks‘, stuck in everyone’s head. It may seem like their
I think creative video montages are the new photo diarys and “Artificial Vanity
i was lucky enough to get to visit the VIP gifting suite backstage at this year’s KROQ Weenie Roast. a lot of the bands were there getting cool stuff from brands like forever 21, PONY shoes, and Paul Frank! there was also free kombucha, yum. ivey and i got some great stuff, check out my… More »
Sasquatch music festival combines the typical festival sh*t (hipsters and drugs) with nature and stuff (hippies and drugs) so that’s cool. They are also good at mixing up the type of bands they sign on.
Foster The People played a totally stripped down acoustic set at the 987 Penthouse on Wednesday, May 25th. It was a mellow, mic-less, ushering-in of the evening, shot by Craig Smith for Buzznet.
Foster the People’s long anticipated album Torches is FINALLY being released on May 24th, but I’ve been jamming to it all day via its listening party on AOL. And trust me, the CD itself
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