"Mylo releases a new single ‘Doctor Pressure’ featuring Miami Sound Machine. The single is out 5th September [in the U.K.]. Keep checking the site for more details and pre-order information to be announced soon." (via Mylo.tv)
Nelly Furtado is sharing a few more bits about her upcoming third album on her web site. The disc will be titled "Loose" and some of the songs featured are "Undercover," "Runaway," "What I Wanted" and "For Sure." The album is scheduled to hit stores late 2005 or early 2006. In the meantime, let's enjoy the very lovely duet between Furtado and Latin superstar Juanes on "Fotografia."
Check out 20-year-old twins The Veronicas from Brisbane, Australia who play rock-styled pop. Their first single "Forever"
is slated for release this summer and is taken from their debut album
that will come out on Sire/Warner in October. The song is a spunky
slice of teen powerpop that will be welcomed by fans of Pink, Avril and
Jess and Lisa Origliasso drew influences from a range of different
genres, including hip hop, R&B and even Roy Orbison and AC/DC. For
the production of their debut, the pair traveled to Europe and the
U.S. to record with Billy Steinberg (Madonna), Clif Magness (Avril
Lavigne), Max Martin (Britney Spears) and Dr. Luke (Kelly Clarkson).
British pop R&B crooner Craig David returns to the spotlight on August 8 with his brand-new single "All The Way." David previously had hits overseas with "Fill Me In," "What's Your Flava" and "Walking Away." With a little less bling and a little bit more smooth disco soul, the song clearly contrasts the difference between European and American R&B.
The video was filmed in London and shows the singer travelling through the ultimate night club in pursuit of his dream girl - the video uses unique morphing special effects and was directed by Max and Dania, the duo behind Oasi's' "Little By Little" and The Thrills' "One Horse Town."
Check out a hard-rocking mash-up of ZZ Top's classic "Le Grange" and
Goldfrapp's brand-new single "Oh La La." The anonymous mash-up artist
M.C. Glammer has skillfully included the instantly recognizable "Le Grange" guitar
riff in the mix to make Alison Goldfrapp sound even more rock chic.