Record Store Day September 26 2020

5 Picks for Record Store Day 2020: September 26 Edition

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, and the increasingly rare experience of holding a music…


MuuMuse Presents: The Top 20 Albums of 2013

It's the most wonderful time of the year again: A time to bicker, moan and fight about the year's most high profile releases and underrated gems. That's right — it's list season! Looking back, 2013 may very well go down as the Year of the Underdog in pop music. There's no doubt that, across the…


If You Only Buy/Stream/Download One Album This Week...

Let it be Heartthrob by Tegan & Sara. I've already gagged over "Closer" and "I Was A Fool" in weeks past, but the entire album's an absolute must--a cohesive blend of the Canadian duo's indie-pop sensibility and slick pop production sheen, courtesy of Greg Kurstin, Rob Cavallo and Justin…


Tegan & Sara Premiere Amazing New Cut Off 'Heartthrob', "I Was A Fool"

Like their synth-tastic lead single "Closer," the latest cut from Tegan & Sara's forthcoming studio record, "I Was A Fool," sees the talented Canadian duo affixing their earnest vocals to a more--dare I say it--mainstream sound.


Tegan & Sara Get Synth-y on New Single, "Closer"

Tegan & Sara aren't exactly strangers to the dance-y side of the music scene. Despite their indie-folk-alt-rock-y roots, the girls been featured on killer cuts with some of EDM's most beloved names over the past few years, including the off-the-charts brilliant "Feel It In My Bones" with Tiesto,…


Morgan Page: In The Air (Album Review)

Music, as a wise woman once declared, makes the people come together. As with his 2010 studio album Believe, Progressive House DJ/producer Morgan Page's third effort In The Air relies on vocal contributions by talented singers hailing from a multitude of genres. As he explained of his new album:…


Morgan Page Releases Album Version, Remixes of "Body Work (featuring Tegan and Sara)"

"Body Work," Morgan Page's sensational new club anthem recorded alongside Canadian alt-pop crooners Tegan & Sara, has been a steady favorite on my iPod ever since the Club Mix of the song first premiered back in December. Seriously...obsessed. And judging by the newest versions that just cropped…


MuuMuse Approved: Morgan Page - Body Work (feat. Tegan & Sara)

And now for something COMPLETELY AMAZING. American House/Electro producer Morgan Page has been igniting dance floors across the country for the past few months thanks to "In The Air," the monolithic anthem (and easily one of year's best dance songs) featuring production by BT, Sultan & Ned Shepard…


Swede-Pop Songstress Tove Styrke Wants You to "Call My Name"

Oh...when you call my name! Tove Styrke is a Swedish pop star. After rising to fame with a third place finish on 2009's Swedish Idol, the gorgeous 18-year-old chanteuse released her self-titled LP in 2010, featuring production by fellow Swedes Janne Kask, Peter Ågren and Patrik Berger (known best…


Now Available: Doctor Rosen Rosen Prescribes Remix for Tegan and Sara's New Single, "Alligator"

As always, one of MuuMuse's favorite remixers Dr. Rosen Rosen has returned to the mixing board with a healthy dose of delicious, downtempo electronica essential for immediate relief. This time the medicine comes in the form of Tegan & Sara's new single, "Alligator." If you like this, there's much…


MuuMuse Presents: MuuMuse's Best Albums of 2009.

Oh, 2009. What music to my ears! It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...and one of the greatest years in Pop music since--well, since 2007. Sorting out this list was truly difficult. All I want to do is reach out my arms and squeeze all of these little albums together for one,…


Tegan of Tegan and Sara is Pro-Karaoke, Anti-High School Reunions.

Photo by Pamela Littky. Evenin', lovelies. So I just got back home today, and while I was flipping through the latest issue of Time Out: New York (which is, for reasons beyond me, still coming to my home on a weekly basis despite not having ordered a subscription), I happened upon an interview…