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Music-Slam Radio #34: The Iunius Mix

Ellie Goulding & Xaphoon Jones – High For This (The Weeknd Cover) The Foreign Exchange – Raw Life Scissor Sisters – Baby Come Home Electric Guest – This Head I Hold Spoon – Don’t You Evah Thievery Corporation – The Numbers Game Norah Jones – Little Broken Hearts Fiona Apple – Every Single Night Beach […]

Axed musicians to protest outside Grammy Awards show | Reuters

Paul Simon, Carlos Santana, Bonnie Raitt and Bobby Sanabria are among the dozens of artists who have spoken out against the decision. Musicians say the Grammy cuts will harm their careers financially and diminish the profile of music enjoyed by minority communities. via Reuters.

Music-Slam Radio #32: The 2011 Mix

Wild Flag – Something Came Over Me The Black Keys – Lonely Boy Wild Flag – Romance Foo Fighters – Back and Forth The Roots – The Other Side Foster the People – Pumped Up Kicks Charles Bradley feat. Menahan Street Band – The World (Is Going Up In Flames) Daniele Luppi & Danger Mouse […]

Adele tops Rolling Stones 2011 album and single list | Reuters

” 21 was this years most stunning pop success, transmuting the young Brits personal sorrow — the collapse of an 18-month relationship — into a 13-million-selling smash that leapt across borders and oceans and united everyone from teeny-boppers to baby boomers to hip-hop-heads,” said Rolling Stone editors. Via ├é┬áReuters

Music-Slam Radio #31

Featuring music from J. Cole, Lana Del Rey and Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi.

Music-Slam Radio: Episode One (December 24, 2002)

For the seven of you that still have RealPlayer installed, I have terrible news. The first ten mixes on the website have been converted to mp3s. They are now available for download in the Radio category and the podcast feed.

Adele Reclaims No. 1 on Billboard 200, Book of Mormon Makes History

Adele Reclaims No. 1 on Billboard 200, Book of Mormon Makes History

    via Billboard.com. While Adeles “21” returns, as expected, to the No. 1 slot on the Billboard 200 albums chart for a tenth non-consecutive week 114,000; down 5% and Lady Gagas “Born This Way” falls to No. 2 100,000; down 42%, the real news is the stunning re-entry at No. 3.  

Music-Slam Radio #30: The 2010 Mix

Cee-Lo Green – Is It Cee-Lo Green – Bright Lights Bigger City Kanye West – All Of The Lights Rick Ross – MC Hammer Kanye West – So Appalled Kid Cudi – Mr. Rager Reflection Eternal – Just Begun (feat. Jay Electronica, J. Cole & Mos Def) Currensy – Audio Dope II Ski Beatz – […]