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Monday, March 30, 2009

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1-Bepanah pyar hai
2-ALLAH ke Bande
3-Aa bhi jaa
4-aapka aana
5-Bulla ki jaana
7-har kisi ko nahi
8-Hare Raam Hare raam
9-Hello ..hello
10-jab Se tere nena Mere

Lady Gaga Eh Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say) Promo CD

Friday, March 20, 2009


1. Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)
2. Poker Face (Space Cowboy Remix)


Adam Lambert

Kris Allen

Alexis Grace

Allison Iraheta

Matt Giraud

Dancing With The Stars Season 8 [Episodes To Download]

Dancing with the Stars is a unique series that pairs up celebrities with professional ballroom dance partners in an intense competition -- live -- in front of a studio audience and the nation. Each season has a select number of celebrity/professional dance pairs. The pairs are then judged by a panel of expert judges as well as by the viewers at home. One team will be eliminated each week.
I absolutely love this show, and this year CHUCK WICKS & JULIANNE HOUGH are dancing, it can't get better than that. Enjoy!!!

Taylor Swift - "Fearless"

1. Fearless
2. 15
3. Love Story
4. Hey Stephen
5. White Horse
6. You Belong with Me
7. Breathe
8. Tell Me Why
9. You're Not Sorry
10. That's the Way I Loved You
11. Forever & Always
12. The Best Day
13. Change
Download: Fearless

Paris Hilton - Jailhouse Baby

Download:Jailhouse Baby
I love the lyrics! "judge your no celebrity, just a desperate wanna-be, you'd rather leave real criminals on the street"

Rihanna - "Hatin' On The Club"

Download: Hatin' On The Club

Kelly Clarkson - "My Life Would Suck Without You"

Download:My Life Would Suck Without You

SXSW 2009 Preview: Chairlift

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Filed under: Songs, New Music

Artist: aasiwal

The Brooklyn pop trio hit it big with 'Bruises,' played ad nauseam in ubiquitous iPod Nano Chromatic commercials last year. Next month, they'll unleash more of their quirky, soul-touched electropop with a new album, 'Does You Inspire You.'

Download: 'Evident Utensil'

Filed under: Songs, New Music
The unofficial festival onslaught kicks off this week with the annual South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. For those unable to attend, we're bringing the music to you – profiling 20 artists who you either know already or will by the week's end. Listen and download all of these songs for free. You're welcome. Next MP3
Artist: Little Boots
Snap, crackle, electropop! This saucy, synth-y Brit and former lead singer of Dead Disco has already collaborated with Hot Chip and Greg Kurstin, and seems poised for stardom after a memorable set at CMJ last fall. Plus, Perez Hilton lurvs her.
Download: 'Meddle'

Breaking: Anya Marina

Who: Anya Marina, a pixie-ish Michigan-born California gal who ditched a sputtering film career (100 Girls, anyone?) to become a local disc jockey. Honing her songwriting chops by immersing herself in music all day allowed her to claim the San Diego local open-mike crown; a song on the Grey's Anatomy soundtrack called "Miss Halfway" scored her a national audience.

Sounds Like: The dozen songs on Slow & Steady Seduction: Phase II are a mixture of Liz Phair sex appeal and Boswell Sisters cabaret with a dash of Jung. "You can have a side to you that's overt and raw, but usually it's reserved for the bedroom or your innermost thoughts of your mind," she tells Rolling Stone. "Some artists are used to going there and that's part of their shtick. I didn't want to put on airs." She credits the intensity of her singing on "Afterparty At Jimmy's" to turning out the lights in the studio and taking her shirt off. "It was fun; it was nice."

Vital Stats:

• Marina's father is a Jungian psychologist who, instead of asking how her homework was coming along, would probe her about how her relationships were developing. If he were to ask her that question today, the answer would apparently be: slowly. Marina was recently on her fifth date with a guy who was trying to talk through why things weren't working out between them. "It was a fucking three-hour long conversation," she says. "I'm thinking 'dude, you've never even tried to kiss me and we're talking about why we're not dating.' Sometimes you can't talk it out. Just shut the fuck up and throw me on the bed."



Wish To Impress Her Tonight?

Why make do with a weedy iPod shuffle and "dock" when you can "satisfy your partner" with proper hi-fi sound? By MOJO's Bill DeMainMore »

Indie Bird Songs

For this playlist I selected one of my favorite genres (indie) and scoured my library for only quality bird-centric tracks. What are your favorite "bird songs"? More »

Breaking: Vivian Girls

Who: The Vivian Girls, three Brooklyn-via-New Jersey gals who went from forming to opening for Sonic Youth and Yo La Tengo to landing on year-end critics' list in just over a year.

Sounds Like: With 10 songs clocking in under 25 minutes, their debut album is a flash flood of surf punk, girl group croon and heavy reverb. Inspirations like the Wipers, Nirvana and the Shangri-La's are evident on songs like the poppy but abrasive "Going Insane" and super-catchy "Where Do You Run To." "When we started out, we just wanted to be a really, really fast band with really short songs," guitarist-singer Cassie Ramone jokes. "That was our original game plan. Now we're trying to write songs that are longer than two minutes. We're aiming for two-and-a-half minute songs."

Vital Stats:

• Ramone and bassist Kickball Katy formed the band in 2007 after first meeting in high school. "We met at a Weezer concert," Ramone says. They recently recruited Katy's college friend Ali Koehler to step in as drummer. Cassie Ramone got her nom de rock after what she calls an obsession with the Ramones' Rock N Roll High School, while Katy's nickname has a more mysterious origin. "In 2002, I went to college and joined the Super Secret Kickball Society," Katy says. "But I can't talk about it."


Slumdog Millionaire 2009 - watch online download

British director Danny Boyle takes another intriguing career turn with this heartfelt underdog tale. Jamal Malik (Dev Patel) is a street kid (or “slumdog”) who has landed an appearance on India’s version of the hit TV game show WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? Jamal exceeds expectations on the show, and the producers alert the police after they become suspicious of his methods. The young contestant is subsequently arrested and is interrogated at the hands of a nameless police inspector (played by Bollywood star Irfan Khan). As the interrogation proceeds, Boyle tells Jamal’s story through harrowing flashbacks that both show the terrible poverty of Mumbai and help explain how he knew the answers to the MILLIONAIRE questions. SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE is a tightly woven story that has been expertly edited into shape. The contrast between Jamal’s upbringing and his chance of escaping it on the show are adeptly juxtaposed. Mumbai is portrayed as a place of terrifying poverty and unforgettable brutality, and Jamal and his brother get into a never-ending succession of challenging situations. But the way Boyle ties together Jamal’s life experiences with his answers on the show is quite brilliant, and the film really does run the full gamut of emotions as we see him growing up, falling in love, coming close to death, and teetering on the brink of escaping from his terrible predicament. The film belongs to Boyle’s cast, who are mostly unknown outside of India. Patel, in particular, gives a startlingly mature performance that audiences are likely to remember long after the credits role on this affecting feature.

Starring: Dev Patel, Irrfan Khan, Anil Kapoor, Madhur Mittal

Behind the Music: Why we should be worried about future prices of concert tickets

Monday, March 2, 2009

Ticketmaster and Live Nation claim that their proposed merger will be beneficial to all parties involved – including the fans. They say it'll "improve the live entertainment experience and drive major innovations in ticketing technology, marketing and service" and "enhance the connection between artists and fans". Huh? Continue reading...

Clash of the Cover Songs: The Beach Boys vs. Vivian Girls

Filed under: Clash of the Cover Songs The Rules for Battle: Each week, we pit versions of the same song by two different artists in a head-to-head death match for musical supremacy. (Sometimes it will be the original recording vs. a cover version; other times it will be two different covers.) Then it's up to you to decide: Listen to and vote on which version you think should emerge victorious and which should be sent packing. May the best band win! [...]

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Music Videos - Gettin’ Better All the Time

Over the past several months we have rolled out a number of enhancements to our music video service.

As many of you already know, we took a big step in March by moving from a pop-up video player to an embedded player. This new experience provides for more seamless playback and improved sharing features.

We’ve also introduced some other cool features and enhancements that I’d like to share with you.

Upgraded video quality:
We recently upgraded our encoding specifications and are now providing 16×9 format videos when available. These new settings look fantastic and scale very well for the ‘full screen’ mode. Here’s a capture of a new 16×9 video from the band Paramore.