"West Coast": Lana Del Rey's Psychedelic 'Ultraviolence' Evolution Begins

It's finally here, you little bitch. It's been just over two years since the release of Born To Die — the best album of 2012, and one of the true standout records of the past five years — followed by the equally masterful Paradise re-edition later that year. In between records, Lana's won new fans…


"Into The Blue," The Classic Kylie Minogue Single You've Been Waiting For

Ee-yo-oh-oh-oh! The glittery stork has arrived a bit early, but I don't suspect anyone will mind too much. Four years after climbing her way atop a human pyramid for "All The Lovers," the legendary Mizz Kylie Minogue has returned to us in 2014 with "Into The Blue," her very, very highly…


Britney Spears, "Perfume" (Single Review)

The time has come for the return of Balladney. Following the release of "Work Bitch" — her sassy, spoken-word electro club anthem/Labor Day theme song dedicated to the gays back in September, Living Legend and #SomethingMoreUrban Planner Britney Jean Spears has returned to with the second single…


Lady Gaga's "Venus": A Reverse Warholian Expedition in Outer Space

While you were out celebrating Halloween a week early and getting too turnt up in da clurb surrounded by five hundred Miley impersonators and a lone Spring Breakers bikini hottie, Mother Monster was in her hotel room in London soaking her ashy ARTPOP feet, staring into a Koons gazing ball and…


The New Saturdays Single "Disco Love" Is As Amazing As The Title Suggests

Let's "spill the truth tea," as the #trendy kids say: The Saturdays' last single "Gentleman" was a hot mess. (The demo, originally recorded by Tinashe a year prior, is actually miles better — but that is a conversation for another day.) But like all good pop acts, feelings of yesterday can float…


To Clap Or Not To Clap: Deconstructing Lady Gaga's "Applause" (Single Review)

The art (read: ARTPOP) of premiering a lead single is an incredibly tricky thing — especially coming from one of the biggest pop stars in the world. Over the weekend, Katy Perry let loose her claws with her post-Teenage Dream comeback track "Roar," resulting in a decidedly split reaction between…


The Weeknd, "Belong To The World": A Dark Visual And Aural Triumph

Like most of The Weeknd's back catalog, his latest single "Belong To The World" — the next song off of his upcoming album Kiss Land — revolves around some familiar lyrical themes: Women, money and varying levels of world-weariness, loneliness and lust. But "Belong To The World" strives to be even…


Goldfrapp Returns With Lush New Single, "Drew"

Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory seem to be caught in a back-and-forth dance. Back in 2005, Goldfrapp delivered their third studio album — the dark synth-pop masterpiece, Supernature. Three years later, they returned with Seventh Tree, a gorgeous set of featherlight lullabies and gentle alt-folk…


Mutya Keisha Siobhan's Comeback Single, "Flatline": One Of The Best Pop Songs Of The Year

When Mutya Keisha Siobhan — otherwise known as MKS, otherwise known as the original line-up of the UK powerhouse soul-pop trio, the Sugababes — first announced their plan to reunite back in July of 2012, the entirety of the Sugababes fanbase was promptly sent into overload. And then, we waited. We…


Fifth Harmony Premieres Debut Single, "Miss Movin' On" (Single Review)

At long last, Fifth Harmony has finally arrived. Six months after working their way to third place on Season 2 of X Factor USA, the fabulous fivesome visited Saturday Night Online tonight to premiere their debut single, "Miss Movin' On."


Selena Gomez Speeds It Up on Second 'Stars Dance' Single, "Slow Down"

Miley Cyrus might be (deservedly) getting all the attention for her Mike WiLL Made It-produced comeback "We Can't Stop" this week, but fellow post-Disney princess Selegendary Gomezmerizing's also making headlines of her own. On Monday, the "Off The Chain" chanteuse unveiled the…


Bitch Don't Kill Her Vibe: Miley Cyrus Returns With "We Can't Stop"

After stretching her wings on 2010's "Can't Be Tamed" and ruffling some feathers with her somewhat racy "Who Owns My Heart?", Miley Cyrus has spent the past three years tinkering in the studio and twerking in unicorn onesies to prepare for her grand return to music. Everything about the former…