21 Days of Adele & Spinner’s Behind the Scenes Interview

Videos of Adele are popping up all over the internet, and it’s all being archived on Adele.tv for “21 Days of Adele.” Each day they release another video or some kind of extra goodie. Besides that, she’s being praised by Perez Hilton and making fans cry with joy on VH1′s Unplugged, and even behind the scenes with the Viceland music blog.

21 is out is 18 days, on February 22nd. Head to Adele.tv to watch today’s feature, a live performance of “Don’t You Remember” for Country Music Television.

Thom Yorke Interviews FlyLo at 2011 Worldwide Awards

Apparently Thom Yorke was in an extra social mood the day of the 2011 Worldwide Awards in London. Check out this video of him and Gilles Peterson interviewing Flying Lotus, a massive Winner at the event and GS staff favorite.

Gilles Peterson – 2011 Worldwide Awards Winners

Miguel’s “All I Want Is You” Acoustic Video

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Miguel took his act to FaderTV and gave them an intimate little performance of his hit song “All I Want Is You.” The singer’s latest album also features “Quickie” and “Sure Thing,” and after traveling on the The OMG Tour with Usher and Trey Songz, we see big things for Mig Money.

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Exclusive Interview with Gregory Porter + MP3

We have an exclusive interview with Gregory Porter, whose album Water rose to the top of the Jazz charts rapidly after its release in May 2010. Check out what Gregory had to say about the new generation of jazz, his own path so far and his other hidden skills.

Your debut album Water has quickly risen to the Top Ten of the Jazz charts. Congrats! Were you expecting such a positive response to this album?

I was hoping for a positive response….I have an artistic impatience inside of me that wants to communicate with people..I want to talk about human emotions and joys and pains…I do it with live shows but it’s a beautiful thing to do it on a large scale with a recording.  Its fun getting an email or Facebook message from someone in some far out place I’ve never been, telling me how they love my music.

Name a few of your all-time-favorite albums.

Kind of Blue: Miles Davis
Swiss Movement: Les McCann
Anything from Leon Thomas
Live… at the sands: Nat King Cole
Now!:  Bobby Hutcherson with Gene McDaniels

Read the rest of the interview and grab a download of “Pretty” after the jump.
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