When this decade began, MP3s still reigned supreme. Now, at the end of it, a song is no longer even a file — it’s ephemera, on every streaming service and available to hear in myriad ways. For better and worse, the song (and the single) have become the norm for the general public’s music consumption. More »
Kacey Musgraves has had a big month. After winning the Grammy for Album Of The Year for Golden Hour (casual!), she dropped in on the Oscars as well, and in between all that she’s been on tour in support of her latest album. And it seems like she’s been having a … More »
Birthdayy Partyy have released a ton of remixes this year of highly memorable, nostalgic records including “Hollaback Girl” and “Snap Yo Fingers” as well as “Sexy Back” but now the brothers have something else in store. Paramore’s hit “Misery Business” took the world by storm and the same might go for the BP remix. They
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Paramore are retiring their breakthrough single “Misery Business” from their live shows, AltPress reports. The band made the announcement during a performance at the inaugural Paramore Art + Friends festival in their Nashville hometown yesterday. “Tonight we’re playing this song for the last time for a really long time,” frontwoman Hayley … More »
Sophie Allison was eight years old when Paramore released their debut single “Pressure.” Fronted by Hayley Williams, Paramore was one of the only mainstream pop-punk bands that featured a teenage woman at the helm. She had fiery orange hair to match her stage persona and a warm but unshakeable personality that made Paramore stand apart … More »
You know the old saying: Every kid on Stranger Things wants to be a musician, and every musician wants to be a kid on Stranger Things. Wait, maybe that’s not right. But it’s pretty remarkable how virtually every one of the child actors on the Netflix retro-sci-fi hit seems to have designs on some kind … More »
The bright, canny emo veterans Paramore released their vivid, sparkly new wave album After Laughter last year, and they aren’t done with it yet. Earlier this year, they made a deeply entertaining “Rose-Colored Boy” video, casting Hayley Williams as a disgruntled morning-news anchor. And today, they’ve followed that one up with a new … More »
Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly collection of songs from DA music editor and staff writer Robyn Dexter. With a taste that can only be described as eclectic — to say nothing of a name that lends itself to punnery — DA is happy to present a selection of tracks personally curated by Dexter for your listening pleasure.
Step into this beautiful house haven that Zookëper and Goshfather have created called “For Real.” With Goshfather still riding the high of his massive hit, “Everybody” with the Bingo Players, “For Real” makes an exceptional follow up. Zookëper ended his 2017 on a high note with a feisty remix for The Knocks, so these two teaming up was bound to be a surefire hit.
New Jersey brother duo Synchronice just released a self-titled five-track EP. The introductory track, “Light,” makes for a gorgeous lead-in to the Synchronice EP. With a gradual build and layers of heavenly synths, it paves the way for the remaining four tracks. Choir-like vocals and even a brief guitar melody draw the listener in beautifully.
13 is about to blow up in 2018. Already this year, he’s followed up last year’s massive REZZ collaboration with a remix for Krayysh, a Nest HQ mix, and now, an original. “Physical” brings 13’s signature dark style in full force, mounting his attack and sneaking up on the listener with an anticipatory, moody introduction. He layers in Darth Vader-like breathing for added eeriness, pausing midway through the song to drum up another build reminiscent of someone running. It’s haunting in every sense of the word.
Colorado producer brothel has taken on one of modern pop-punk’s biggest voices: Paramore. He steps up the intensity of Hayley Williams’ vocals by kicking them up an octave and adding heavy amounts of bass. One Reddit user says brothel is able to “merge filth and beauty like no one,” and I have to say I agree.
Outcry plays with melodies in this playful new original, “Skydancer.” The Australian producer lets a lively melody carry throughout the song, though he toys with stutter effects and other variants on the lighthearted theme that carry through as hits of bass weaves in and out. “Skydancer” is a long time in the making, as Outcry notes in the track description that he’s been working on it for two and a half years.
There is pulling a Taylor Swift, and then there’s pulling a Taylor Swift. Of the handful of country musicians who’ve briefly gotten a foothold in the pop mainstream — a list that in the past couple decades has included Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, LeAnn Rimes, Shania Twain, Lonestar, Lady Antebellum, and Carrie Underwood among others … More »