Columbia Records to Release Carrie Soundtrack on October 15th
Columbia Records to release Carrie soundtrack on October 15th. The horror film remake stars Chloe Grace Moretz as the telekinetic Carrie White. It arrives in theaters on October 18. The album features a Matrimony cover of Bob Dylan's "Tombstone Blues." It also features music from Passion Pit, The Civil Wars, HAIM, Krewella, Cults, HAERTS and more. Here is the tracklist:
Here is the music video for Cher Lloyd's song, "I Wish," which features T.I.
It is the first single from Cher's upcoming album. Cher's trying to catch T.I.'s eye at a party in the music video, which is difficult to do when you are the help. Take a look:
Cassadee Pope Releases Wasting All These Tears Music Video
The Voice third season winner Cassadee Pope has released the music video for her new single, "Wasting All These Tears." Cassadee swings on a swing in the rain as she sings about getting over a past love. The video also shows Cassadee catching her boyfriend with another woman. Take a look:
Sneak Peek of Selena Gomez's Walmart Soundcheck Concert
Here is a sneak peek of Selena Gomez's Walmart Soundcheck concert, which arrives on July 23. The concert will celebrate the release of Selena's new album, Stars Dance!. Walmart says it will feature a live version of Selena's hit single, "Come & Get it." Selena says the album took about six months to record. Take a look:
Indian actress and singer Priyanka Chopra has released the music video for her song, "Exotic." The song and music video also feature Pitbull. Priyanka, winner of the 2000 Miss World pageant, emerges from the ocean in a swimsuit at the start of the music video. Priyana also wears a shimmering dress, neon top, silver shorts and other outfits in the video. Take a look:
Columbia Records has announced the MGMT will release its self-titled third studio album, MGMT, on September 17. Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser return to Tarbox Road Studios to work with longtime collaborator Dave Fridmann. The album includes ten songs, including a cover of "Introspection" by 1960s psych band Faine Jade.
The first music video released will be for "Your Life is A Lie." This music video will be directed by Tom Kuntz. MGMT is currently on tour. They recently performed to their largest headline audience in the U.S. with over 10,000 people in attendance at Artpark in Lewiston, NY.
A robot rock band performed with Japanese pop groum Amoyamo in Tokyo, Japan. The robots were designed by professors from Tokyo University. ITN quotes one of the professors, Yoichiro Kawaguchi, as saying he would like to have the robots perform on the moon, Mars or even Saturn's moon Europa in the future. That would be awesome. Take a look:
Here is the music video for Nina Nesbitt's catchy single, "Way in the World." Nina is an 18-year-old singer-songwriter from Scotland. The single is from her Way In The World EP, which can be found here on iTunes. Take a look:
The Pistol Annies have released the music video for their single, "Hush Hush."
The song is from the Pistol Annies' new album, Annie Up. The Pistol Annies also performed that song on the Today show. The video is set in a small town where gossip is swirling and dirty secrets are kept quiet. Take a look:
They Might Be Giants have released the music video for their song, "Nanobots." The music video shows Nanobots taking over the world. They start out as the subject of a lab experiment, but multiply and eventually escape and kill the scientists. It is on to world domination after escaping the lab. It's not only a music video, but a cautionary tale about a nanobot revolution.
Take a look:
The Backstreet Boys made a Harlem Shake video. The video includes a good brief choreographed part. AJ McLean is in the Spider-Man costume and
Nick Carter wore only his underpants and a tall striped hat. The Backstreet Boys say, "Decided we needed to do a Harlem Shake video! Better late than never, right?" Take a look:
British Girl Group The Saturdays Attends Golden Globes
The British girl group, The Saturdays, attended the Golden Globes for the first time this year. The group was star struck when they saw Jennifer Lopez in the elevator. They say they literally said nothing. They said "we just stared." The Saturdays performed at the official after party. They are pictured above at NBC Universal's Golden Globes Post-Party with Bonnie Hammer, Chairman, NBCU Cable Entertainment & Cable Studios. Take a look:
Selena Gomez and Friends Dance to Taylor Swift Song
Selena Gomez and her friends dance to Taylor Swift's song, "I Knew You Were Trouble." Selena and her friends also sing the song at the end of the clip. Selena says in the video's description that the video was choreographed by her friend Gweny.
"Me and my friends just goofing around to our favorite song :) I want to give a big thanks to my friend Gweny for Choreographing this fun dance. My girls for being amazing and for Taylor being such an inspiration. Thanks Dan for the awesome edit! Hope you enjoy!"
Colbie Caillat sang her new song, "Christmas in the Sand," live at Billboard Studio. She sounds great live. The song is the title track from her new Christmas album. There is also a fun music video for the song, which you can watch here. Take a look:
Blush, a Pan-Asian girl group, has released the music video for its first Christmas single, "Christmas Lights." The group consists of Angeli Flores, Natsuko Danjo, Alisha Budhrani, Ji Hae Lee, and Victoria Chan. Blush recently hit #1 on the Billboard Dance Chart with their song, "Dance On" and reached #3 with their debut collaboration with Snoop Dogg, called "Undivided."
The music video for "Christmas Lights" was created by Trey Fanjoy, who has directed over 150 major lable music videos. The video was shot on location around Nashville, Tennessee. Take a look: