Record Store Day October 24

5 Picks for Record Store Day 2020: October 24 Edition

Why have one day when you can have three? That's right, it's still the most wonderful time(s) of the year: Record Store Day. The annual celebration of all things 7", 12" and beyond - we're talking about vinyl here, get your heads out of the gutter - is a celebration of independent record stores,…


Solange Releases Video for "Lovers In The Parking Lot," Remains Infinitely Cooler Than You

Solange stays slaying. "Lovers In The Parking Lot," the dreamy standout from her impeccable Dev Hynes-produced 2012 EP True, just got itself a slick new video, co-directed by Solange herself, Peter J. Brant and Emily Kai Bock (Grimes' "Oblivion") and shot at Kings Flea Market in Houston. Watch as…


Solange Knowles Returns In A Major Way With "Losing You"

It's been over 4 years since the release of Solange's brilliant (and sorely overlooked) sophomore record Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams, which brought us cuts like "I Decided," "Sandcastle Disco" and, my personal favorite of the bunch, "T.O.N.Y." Now, the coolest member of the Knowles troupe…


Work in Progress: Solange Knowles Goes "Under Construction"

Just a few minutes ago, Solange Knowles uploaded a sick, soulful song onto her blog. The song, entitled "Under Construction," was recorded over an instrumental by Thievery Corporation, and is available for download (as you can see below). It will not be on her upcoming album. She tweets: Since…


BoA Announces "Energetic" As Third Single, To Perform At San Fran Pride 2009

STOP WHAT YOU'RE DOING. There's BoA news on the horizon! First off, the singer confirmed at the MTV Japan Video Music Awards the third single off of her eponymous debut album will be "Energetic." A choice track, considering I've already established the choreography for this number in my bedroom…


Solange: Destiny

WOW. Click here right now to watch Solange Knowles' f-l-a-w-l-e-s-s reinterpretation of Sia's gorgeous track "Destiny," recorded with Zero 7. (Click Videos, then "Destiny" under performances.) I've got it strictly on repeat. Such lush vocal delivery! Studio version PLEASE. Click above to hear more…


Not Bad

Well, this was a surprise! I came into listening to the first single from baby B's second album, "I Decided," with lower expectations and a high preparedness for nausea inducing vocal works. But wait...what's this? Far from the searing style of her sister, Solange's song is a nice, refreshing nod…