Posts Tagged ‘lana del rey’

Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon Claims Lana Del Rey Doesn’t Even Know What Feminism Is

Next week, Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth is releasing her new memoir titled Girl In A Band. An excerpt taken from her memoir reveals that Gordon had a few things to say about various journalists and... Read more »

Emile Haynie ft. Lana Del Rey – “Wait For Life”

Producer Emile Haynie’s debut solo album, We Fall, is out at the end of next month, and so far we’ve already heard two equally outstanding tracks from the upcoming project. Today we get yet another with... Read more »

Lana Del Rey Gives an Update on Her New Album, “Honeymoon”

In December, we learned that Lana Del Rey was definitely working on a new album, and now we have some more information about it courtesy of an interview with Billboard, including a title and progress update.... Read more »

Lana Del Rae = Lana Del Rey x Rae Sremmurd

Sometimes, the best starting point for a mash-up is a good name. Lana Del Rey and Rae Sremmurd don’t have much in common musically, but that Lana Del Rae name is just too good to resist,... Read more »

Lana Del Rey is Working on a New Album

Lana Del Rey has not sat idly by since the release of Ultraviolence this past June. She’s already started to reappear on news feeds with a slowly-increasing frequency: a soundtrack contribution here, a cemetery performance there…but... Read more »

Listen to Two New Lana Del Rey Songs from Tim Burton’s New Movie

Tim Burton has a new film titled Big Eyes coming out this Christmas and the title track from the film is being sung by Lana Del Rey. Lana has a very cinematic voice that seems to... Read more »

Watch Lana Del Rey Perform “Shades Of Cool” in a Cemetery

Last night, Lana Del Rey performed her first of two shows at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, one of the oldest cemeteries in Los Angeles. In front of candles, palm trees, and eerie lighting, Lana performed plenty of... Read more »

15 Songs That Make You Feel Like Summer Isn’t Over

As summer begins to slip away and the leaves start to fall, many of us head back to school, back to work, and back into the cold. The transition isn't usually a pleasant one, as most... Read more »

10 Collaborations That Would Make Sense (and Also Blow Our Minds)

Do you remember the first time you realized that you could put hot sauce on pizza? Like, of course you can put hot sauce on pizza, but when it actually happened for the first time, it... Read more »

15 Songs That Will Make You Want To Move To New York

Ah, New York, the city of dreams. For many people who don't live in the city, New York is a place they dream of moving to or at least visiting one day. In the movies and... Read more »

The Saddest Songs of 2014 (So Far)

A popular new thing on the internet is sadness. Sad rap has officially become a thing, and people love to tweet about how they're crying at a concert, or forever alone, or joining the Sad Boy... Read more »

Video: Lana Del Rey – “Ultraviolence”

Lana Del Rey’s visuals for her new album Ultraviolence haven’t been quite as visually stunning as the Woodkid-directed videos from Born To Die, but they’ve fully adhered to the album’s aesthetic—stylish, elegant, and retro. Check out the new, wedding... Read more »

Lana Del Rey Explains How Dan Auerbach Made Her Feel Interesting Again

Since Lana Del Rey released her third album Ultraviolence last month, the conversation has mostly been about how well the album has been received. But Zane Lowe finally got Lana to speak in depth about the... Read more »

The Best Songs of 2014 (So Far)

At this point, it's almost hard to believe that record labels are still releasing albums. Thankfully—because there are some great ones—they are, but with each new year it becomes more clear that music consumers' attention spans... Read more »

Frances Bean Cobain Tells Lana Del Rey, “The Death of Young Musicians Isn’t Something to Romanticize”

In an interview with The Guardian last week, Lana Del Rey made some controversial comments about death, stating, “I wish I was dead already. I don’t want to have to keep doing this. But I am…... Read more »