Duffy: “Well, Well, Well” Video

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Watch the latest video from Duffy, “Well, Well, Well,” off her upcoming sophomore album Endlessly. On this song, she got to collaborate with the busiest band on the planet: The Roots.

Buy the single “Well, Well, Well” on Amazon

New Zealand At CMJ 2010 – Tonight

Tonight, October 19th, at (Le) Poisson Rouge, Zowie, Kids of 88, Street Chant, Lawerence Arabia, Ruby Frost, and Electric Wire Hustle take the stage at the annual New Zealand at CMJ showcase brought to you by 42BELOW, NZ Music Commission, and NZ On Air. Complimentary 42BELOW Vodka drinks will be served so make sure you come early to get your CMJ Tuesday started right! Entrance is free but strictly RSVP only, or with a CMJ badge, so make sure you RSVP before we close the list in a bit.

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New Cee-Lo Track: Old Fashioned


Cee-Lo’s upcoming album, Lady Killer, is not due for release until November of this year, and to say it has generated a buzz, might be a gross understatement. His single “Fuck You” has become the anthem for all underdogs, already garnering covers from the likes of Dennis Coffey. And there is already talk of other tracks getting covered before the album event hits the stores.

Enjoy the latest single off Lady Killer titled “Old Fashioned”.

Cee-Lo Green – Old Fashioned by Hypetrak

Jessie J: “Do It Like A Dude” Video (Acoustic)

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You’ve heard the first track coming from Jessie J‘s forthcoming release, now check out the acoustic recording for the song, “Do It Like A Dude”.  Especially around the 2:30 mark, this stripped down version really showcases the power of Jessie’s voice.  Looking forward to more from this talent.

The World According To Jonesy: 20th Show

The 20th show of The World According To Jonesy aired last week, bringing us some of the most rarely heard tracks from the 60′s, 70′s and 80′s.

This latest edition starts off with the 70′s R&B family group, The Sylvers, and then highlights the tracks of other artists such as Babyface, Amy Holland, and The Spirit of Atlanta.

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