With all the recent attention Adaline has been getting, it's easy to see why MuchNews wanted to sit her down for a bit to figure out how she's dealing with the extra-bright spotlight as of late. Flip to Much Music this Monday, June 1st @ 10PM to get the full scoop.
The colorful twosome that makes up Das Racist has received some well deserved acclaim from Playboy Magazine of all places. The Brooklyn based hip hop duo are best known for the so catchy itâ€™s contagious stoner jam, â€œCombination Pizza Hut and Taco Bellâ€. Playboy compares them to Harold and Kumar and with lyrics that will make you laugh out loud, it isnâ€™t hard to see why. Read the full article
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The Tender Box has made “Beautiful Sin”, a lively incandescent hit off their new album “EP1″, available as a FREE MP3 on ShockHound.com. The rest of “EP1″ can also be found exclusively at ShockHound and will go to all other digital formats by the end of June. The Tender Box has also announced several new tour dates that should make for energetic and unforgettable performances:
*May 29: The Galaxy Theatre – Santa Ana, CA
*July 1: The Viper Room – West Hollywood, CA
*July 3: The Ruby Room – San Diego, CA
*July 5: Soho – Santa Barbara, CA
The “You Hear it First” shows of top Alternative radio stations including KROQ/LA and Live 105/SF have been pulsing with the brilliance of The Tender Box, whose vibrant British rock-influenced sound has sent them soaring to #1 on the Specialty Radio Chart. Their new EP entitled “EP 1″ which will be released in late May achieves a grand, lush melodic and lyrical spectrum on some tracks while sticking to its dark and danceable British tone in others. The Tender Box is scheduled to perform at “KROQ Locals Only Presents” @ The Roxy Theatre in Hollywood, CA on May 21st and twice in Las Vegas on June 27th at the Glam Squad Shop and the Beauty Bar. To find out more about The Tender Box, check out their myspace at http://www.myspace.com/tenderbox.
Del Marquis is best known as the guitarist of Scissor Sisters, but he is now launching a solo career and Spinner is taking note. Marquis discusses his new electro/pop/remix madness, and how artist need to be ever-evolving as the music industry is in a constant state of change.
Marquis has been releasing his music as a series of EPs, including the third installment, “Litter to Society,” due out this month.
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