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Review: Infectious pop reverbs through Lola Dutronic's new album Special

Toronto - Canadian pop group Lola Dutronic have served up another pop gem with their new album "lost In Translation" and the rhythmic single "I believe." The new album features 14 infectious, toe tapping tracks and wonderful, captivating dream-like vocals.

Wilco issue surprise album for free

Rock band Wilco have released an album without any pre-publicity and they have made it free, for a limited time, as a digital download.

Dave Koscelny from country band 2SB speaks to Digital Journal Special

Two Steps Back, better known as "2SB," have just released a self-titled EP, a precursor to their second album that should be out soon. Digital Journal met the drummer.

Interview with Canadian singer/songwriter Ann Vriend Special

The Edmonton-based musician is particularly popular in her native country and in Australia. She also has an album and a single out and talks to Digital Journal about both.

All This Noise: Interview with an emerging pop/rock duo Special

London - This talented twosome have attracted attention with their assured-sounding first single "Seven Billion Like You." Digital Journal found out more.

New York's Penguin Prison talks about his new album Special

The singer, songwriter, DJ and electropop dynamo has just released his second LP, Lost in New York, and very good it is too. Digital Journal asked him a few questions over the telephone.

Pop music has developed in three steps

London - Pop music is around 50 years old. in that time tastes have changed and the style of music has altered. One group of academics have put forward that the evolution of pop music can be traced to three pivotal moments.

Damien Leith discusses his new one-man play Special

The Irish-born singer/songwriter /actor/playwright has come a long way since winning Australian Idol in 2006. He discusses his new one-man play with Digital Journal.

Interview with a rising star, the very talented David Bronson Special

The New York-based musician has been charming fans and critics alike, all over the world, with his unique and almost undefinable sound. Digital Journal caught up with him ahead of the release of his new album.

Interview with Robby X Special

The talented Australian singer and wife of country icon Lee Kernaghan talks to Digital Journal about her first solo outing.

Interview with Kate Mullins of The Puppini Sisters Special

The three lovely ladies are about to embark on a UK tour just in time for Christmas. Digital Journal spoke to one of the group's founding members about touring, plans for 2015, and what it's like working with Michael Bublé.

Review: Stereo MCs Collected

The popular English pop/dance/acid jazz/hip hop outfit, best known for their '90s hit "Connected," have released a comprehensive new retrospective. Digital Journal gave it a listen.

All Taylor Swift music pulled from Spotify free music service

As her latest album climbs the charts, musician Taylor Swift and her record label Big Machine Records are insisting as many listeners as possible pay to access her music on their computers or mobile devices.

Jukebox The Ghost releases new album and posts tour dates

It's been a two year wait for new tracks from pop rockers, Jukebox The Ghost and that patience has paid off. Their self-titled LP was released last week on Yep Roc Records and is available on iTunes and streaming on Spotify.

Report: Katy Perry scores Super Bowl halftime gig

New York - Multiple reports say pop music superstar Katy Perry has agreed to perform at the halftime show of Super Bowl XLIX in February.

Interview with Todd Hunter of Dragon Special

One of the founding members of the iconic Australian pop/rockers talks to Digital Journal about the band's new album and their very modern way of working.

Interview with Rachel Collis Special

The quirky Australian singer-songwriter has just released her second album, and pretty darn good it is too. She tells Digital Journal all about it.

Paradise Fears delivers great pop music from South Dakota

South Dakota? Really? Absolutely, and they are touring it around the U.S. and Canada right now. They have also released a new single, "You To Believe In."

Sprechen Sie great Pop-Musik-Captain Capa Special

Hartford - One of the unique features of Vans Warped Tour is Kevin Lyman’s inclusion of international artists. Due to the cost, the tour is limited to only a small number so they make sure they deliver the best.

Oops! ... I Did It Again: Britney sued by dancer over broken nose

Woodland Hills - A back-up dancer claiming Britney Spears backhanded her during a rehearsal and broke her nose is now taking legal action against the pop star.

Review: Foster The People's new album is a Super model Special

Foster The People released their sophomore album, Supermodel on March 18th. It charted at #10 on the Billboard Top 200.

An Interview with SIRPAUL proves pop music is not for sissies Special

SIRPAUL, aka Paul Cucinello, New York pop/dance artist released his latest album 'Seventh Star' at the end of 2013. Born and raised in Port Jefferson, Long Island, SIRPAUL moved to Manhattan in college and remains there today.

Review: Kylie Minogue releases new album, Kiss Me Once Special

Pop empress Kylie Minogue brings her studio album count to an even dozen with the release of 'Kiss Me Once' on March 18th.

Review: 'Legends of Oz' star Lea Michele's album 'Louder' debuts in Top 5

'Legends of Oz' star Lea Michele’s first solo album 'Louder' made Number 4 on the Billboard 200. Michele's covered songs have topped the Billboard Charts numerous times and, with her fellow Glee cast mates, she has brought three soundtracks to Number 1

Rock bigger than pop in the U.K.

In the U.K. last year rock music outsold pop music for the first time in several years. Putting aside the fact that the distinction between pop music and rock music can be a little blurred, rock music outsold its bubblier cousin in the U.K.

Beatles jackets go for auction

Two jackets, worn by George Harrison and Ringo Starr in The Beatles' 1965 film 'Help!', are being put up for sale at an auction of Beatles collectibles.

Prince returns to London

Pop singer Prince has announced an unexpected concert series in London next month. The diminutive star will play in a series of smaller venues.

Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers has died

Musician Phil Everly, one half of the Everly Brothers, has died, aged 74, in California. The Everly Brothers enjoyed significant chart success during the 1960s.

1000th UK number one album is Robbie Williams

The U.K. album charts have been running for several decades. The 1,000th album to top the chart has been announced today and the recording artist is Robbie Williams.

Review: Pop star Katy Perry excels on new studio album 'Prism' Special

Pop mega-star Katy Perry released her latest studio album "Prism" on October 22, via her record label, Capitol Records. She co-wrote all 13 tracks on the album.
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