Free download alert! Blip Blip Bleep’s first single off of their new full-length album is now available for free download on their website, www.blipblipbleep.com!
Download the track and tell all your friends, if you know what’s good for you. Even if you don’t, I do… so do it anyway.
BBB will be holding their CD release show at Mercury Lounge on Saturday, 6/26. Get tickets here!
Just picked up this tip from Angry Asian Man: Kero One‘s new single, “Asian Kids” drops on May 18th! Check out Dumbfoundead talking up the track (and a short clip of the new hotness) here.
You can pick up the new single from Amazon or iTunes.
If you haven’t heard about Charice, chances are you will in the next few months. This pint-sized singer from the Philipines made a name for herself through YouTube (so common these days!) and made a particularly huge impact when she performed “Note To God” on Oprah in 2009. That YouTube clip has over 2 million hits. Check it out:
It gets pretty ridiculous around 2:15 in, then she just kills it at the end… Yeah. Let’s see Miley Cyrus do that.
Anyhow, Charice’s new single is “Pyramid” featuring Iyaz. It’s going to be a challenge for her to cross over from the big, huge broadway-esque songs like “Note To God” to more mainstream pop fare… But with her incredible range and agility, I wouldn’t be surprised if she pulled it off. In fact, her new video for “Pyramid” already has almost 2.3 million hits and it was only posted a month ago. Check it out here:
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We are obviously Big Phans of Big Phony (ha!) @ BIC. When Euge told me that he (Big Phony/Bobby Choy) was releasing a new album, I jumped at the opportunity to pull a double bill and review his previous album as well. We got the news that the new album was being postponed, which was providential as this reviewer wasn’t getting it done. But the new album has had its official release, so on to business…
The Kuwagos of Bergenfield, New Jersey
If you’ve never had the unusual and delightful pleasure of flying and dancing at the same time, then you don’t know what you’re missing.
I finally got my hands on a copy of The Kuwagos’ new album Lagi Sa Kama, and that is what it did to me on the first listen. It made me dance first, and then, before I knew what was happening, I was flying.