Swift praised Jameela Jamil and talked about attending the “most emo dinner party” hosted by Brendon Urie.
ANIMA is out this Friday, 28 June.
Tastemaking BBC radio host and DJ Zane Lowe has been recruited by technology giant Apple, to reportedly work on the company’s iTunes Radio music streaming service. The New Zealand-born Lowe will leave the BBC next month. According to The Guardian, Lowe’s time at Apple will involve working on iTunes Radio, which is still only available
The third part of Zane Lowe’s fascinating hour long interview with the world’s self-proclaimed “number one rockstar on the planet”, Kanye West, has now made its way online. In this video, the third of four, Kanye discusses why fashion critics frustrate him, the ultimate vision behind his music and what home life is like with
Part two of Kanye West’s 60-minute long interview with BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe has now surfaced online, and sees the rapper delve into topics such as classism and his creative aspirations. Much like the first part of the interview, part two is rife with headline-worthy soundbites, and although West makes some profound statements, it’s
Kanye West’s very much discussed, super rare interview with BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe has now begun to appear online with Part 1 of the 60-minute conversation now accessible. Just a quarter of the way in and already we have enough buzzworthy quotes from the rapper to fill a book, though the strange thing is
A poll co-ordinated by respected BBC Radio 1 presenter Zane Lowe has seen Sebastian Ingrosso‘s collaboration with fellow Swedish producer Alesso voted the hottest track of 2012. The Swedish House Mafia member’s track Calling topped Lowe’s Hottest Tracks of 2012 list, which was compiled after Lowe asked fans to nominate their favourite songs for the
Grime king Tinie Tempah and drum n bass and dubstep duo Chase and Status have announced Australian tour shows
We rocked into the Entertainment Centre late, due to some house mixing and drinking before seeing English DJ heavy weights Chemical Brothers. (C’mon who wouldn’t stay at a place where there’s virtually free beer and the DJ plays requests?) As such the entry to the Entertainment centre went quickly. Surprisingly quickly – the bar lines