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Video Premiere: “The Conversation” by Texas

Texas shot the video for the new single, “The Conversation” in Paris, Glasgow and London.  The video features internationally acclaimed actor and director Peter Mullan alongside Sharleen Spiteri. “The Conversation” is the first single from the new album The Conversation which also features the Richard Hawley collaboration “Dry Your Eyes.” Continue reading


We are live playlisting for Kenzo this Wednesday!

image002We are excited to announce that we will be playlisting live  (DJing, but since we don’t have the credentials yet, we’ll just fade in and out) at the launch of the Kenzo store in the Avenues. This will be the first time we do such a thing.

The event is invite-only, but we will keep you updated throughout the event through the hashtag #KuwaitRocksKenzo. Wish us luck!  Continue reading


Video Premiere: “Charades” by Chrisette Michele

Chrisette Michele is ready to launch her fourth album, Better, which set to be released sometime in 2013. The lovely R&B crooner is back to basics with this slow moving soulful sound. The track sounds like something we could listen to on easy hot nights, if you know what we mean.

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Introducing… Laetitia Sadier


Lætitia Sadier  is a French musician best known as the singer of the post-rock band Stereolab. Sadier was working as a nanny when she met McCarthy guitarist Tim Gane at a gig in Paris during the late 1980s. Sadier was disillusioned with the rock scene in France, and soon moved to London to be with Gane and to pursue her career. She contributed vocals to McCarthy’s second and third albums. The band broke up in 1990 and she and Gane immediately formed Stereolab. For the first incarnation of the band, they enlisted ex-Chills bassist Martin Kean, drummer Joe Dilworth and Gina Morris on backing vocals.

While Tim Gane has written the bulk of the music in Stereolab, Sadier is the main contributor of lyrics, written in both English and French. Sadier also plays keyboards, percussion, guitar and trombone.

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Video Premiere: “Let’s Have A Kiki (Instructional Video)” by Scissor Sisters


We were expecting much more of a spectacle for this song’s video treatment. We imagined them to bring back the voguers and the strutters – like a Paris Ball 3000. But instead we settle for a one shot video where an adorable  Babydaddy accidentaly drops a drumstick and continues non-chalantly. Here;s for hoping that there’s another video for this magnificent song.

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