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by Steve Jansen

15 May 2012


Bloody hell! Either the news that Daniel Miller is playing synths on this just made my laptop crash in climax, or Richard X was midi’ing via the espresso machine when he remixed this one. Either way, mid-paced is not a word to be bandied around this skew on Poppy & the Jezebels’ new single.

Out a week ahead of the official single release, this, the “Richard X Meets Larry Least Remix” of the first new music from Poppy & the Jezebels in too long, is a belter. Somewhere between Suicide on happy pills and some ADHT kid dunking ringtones in Red Bull, “Sign In, Dream On, Drop Out” is just the kind of pop joy thing we need on Mondays.

by PopMatters Staff

15 May 2012


The band seeks to emerge into the mainstream as hard rock “titans” with this new release. A stream of new album tune “Take My Bones Away” is available now.

by Sarah Zupko

15 May 2012


This Vincente Minnelli-directed Lerner and Loewe movie musical is often considered the last great big screen MGM musical production. Gigi was literally star-studded all the way, from behind the scenes to the big name actors listed on the marquee. The legendary Arthur Freed produced—also his last great film—and Andre Previn conducted the orchestra, with the incomparable Alan Jay Lerner penning the screenplay and the song lyrics with music by Frederick Loewe.

by PopMatters Staff

15 May 2012


 

by PopMatters Staff

14 May 2012


Neil Young has reunited with his old band Crazy Horse for a new album Americana that offers covers of classic American folk tunes. “She’ll Be Coming Round The Mountain” and “Oh Susannah” are two such tunes, ones that everyone on this side of the pond knows almost instinctively. Reprise has already released videos for both songs done in early film style. Videos after the jump.

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