“A dizzying barrage of people, colours and club vibes.”
Purple Rain – James Blake. Duh.
It’s finally here!
Santi “Santigold” White is dropping her third album, 99¢, which, aptly for a hyper-hybridist, is brimming with punk, New Wave, ska, electro, hip-hop, trip-hop, dancehall and trap. Imagine Rihanna joining an early incarnation of Bananarama – or, on the darker numbers, Neneh Cherry shadowing UNKLE. “I love Bananarama!,” enthuses a friendly White. Ironically, 99¢ is
What the ‘Santigold’ sound is, it’s hard to say.
As the world goes crazy over the return of the award-winning Girls, Santigold has released her latest single of the same name, which doubles on the program soundtrack. As you’d imagine, the clip features many different ladies all singing along – probably not unlike the series itself, which is apparently totally awesome. Santigold will appear
American songstress, Santigold, has unveiled a brand new track for the impending soundtrack to American hit TV show ‘Girls’. The song, titled Girls (naturally) is one of a few new tracks on the album, mixed in with songs currently breaking into the mainstream market. The track, built on synth and looped vocals, features a verse
Santigold’s second album, Master of My Make-Believe, is arguably one of the most imaginative releases of 2012. As the album title suggests, Master of My Make-Believe represents Santigold’s desire to sieze control of her imagination and, to borrow a phrase from the American singer, ‘become the ruler of her own creative reality’. With the vision
In conjunction with her appearance at the glorious Harvest Festival, Philadelphian songstress Santigold will also be making her way through Adelaide and Perth for what is set to be an absolute killer of an Australian Tour.
Santigold has just released (April 24th) her second album Master of My Make-Believe four years on from her hugely successful debut album Santogold, which was released in April 2008.
After a mass take-over of the blogosphere with her debut album, Santigold rode that wave right out, making us wait 4 years for this follow-up.
Santigold has revealed a little more info on her collaboration with Odd Future’s Earl Sweatshirt in a recent interview. Having just released her new album Master of My Make-Believe, she found time back in February to help the then recently returned wunderkind out with a new track. “I don’t have many plans these days. I
Santigold has recently performed her latest single Disparate Youth on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in support of her second album Master of My Make-Believe, which was released at the end of last month. For the making of the album, she worked with Greg Kurstin, Switch, Dave Sitek and Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah
Earl Sweatshirt has made a brief appearance with Taco during Santigold’s set at Coachella 2012, being called up on stage to dance amongst other lucky people, who were picked randomly out of the crowd. “Ok where’s my dancers at? Who’s coming up on stage right now…”, walking around spotting lucky candidates. “Earl.. Taco, c’mon”, waving
Santigold has revealed that she is working with Earl Sweatshirt after giving a comment to Pitchfork about a recent tweet between her and Earl earlier this week saying: @earlxsweat: “@Santigold the track is ridiculous..i’ll send it soon” @Santigold: “@earlxsweat Sick! Can’t wait…” Speaking to Pitchfork, Santigold has said “It sounds like a fun collab! If
Santigold has revealed the cover art for her upcoming new album Master Of My Make Believe. The artwork features her shot in three different ways: as attendants wearing custom bodysuits; as a distinguished army officer; and as a dominating mafia Don in the centre. Watch the video about its conception. Speaking to V Magazine, Sanitgold
Santigold has just released a new song titled Disparte Youth, which you can watch below.
Last week Santigold revealed more details of her upcoming second album Master of My Make-Believe, after speaking in an interview with V Magazine. On the new album, she’s worked with Greg Kurstin, Switch, Dave Sitek and Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, partly recording it in Jamaica. Yet there’s still no mention of a
NME reports that Santigold has revealed that her new album will be called Master of My Make-Believe. Speaking to V Magazine, Sanitgold said she has worked with Greg Kurstin, Switch, Dave Sitek and Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs on the record, and that part of the record was recorded in Jamaica. “I’m really
Nearly three years since winning NME’s Best Breakthrough Artist for her self-titled debut album, Santigold has announced that her next album is “nearly done”. She’s been busy working on the new LP with producer Pharrell Williams, as well as Diplo, Switch and Spank Rock. She has previously collaborated with Williams and Julian Casablancas on the