If you were asked to name the most influential artist of the 20th Century, you probably wouldn't think of Walt Disney; but you should. Walt Disney Animation Studios has put more bums on seats than any other art studio. But what an uninspiring...Show More Summary
(Video Link) In 1928, Walt Disney released one of his first films: Sleigh Bells. This 6-minute short featured Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, a prototype for Mickey Mouse. Embedded above is a short clip from it. Although other Oswald films survived, Sleigh Bells vanished from film holdings. Show More Summary
A long-lost Walt Disney animated film has been discovered in a British archive and will be screened for the first time in 87 years, the British Film Institute announced Tuesday. The forgotten six-minute film, "Sleigh Bells", has notShow More Summary
Sleigh Bells, a film featuring a character created by Walt Disney named Oswald the Lucky Rabbit that was produced in 1928 and then lost for over 80 years, has been restored, and is scheduled to be shown to audiences on December 12, according to the Huffington Post. Show More Summary
A long-lost animated film containing Walt Disney’s first cartoon character has been found. UPI reports that the movie “Sleigh Bells,” a black-and-white silent film, was recovered by the British Film Institute and Walt Disney Animation Studios. The movie features Oswald...
On Monday, Brooklyn noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells accused Demi Lovato of sampling two of their songs without clearance on her new song “Stars.” The songs in question — “Infinity Guitars” and “Riot Rhythm” — are both featured on the band's well-received 2010 debut Treats and include distorted guitars, angular rhythms, and a... More »
Yikes! The beef between Demi Lovato's producers and the pop duo Sleigh Bells is certainly getting real as both sides are standing their ground surrounding the starlet's song, Stars. As we previously reported, the musical pair feel that Miz Lovato and her team TOTALLY ripped off not one, but two of their tracks! Oof. However the song's producers, [...]
A long lost six-minute Disney animation has been discovered by a researcher browsing through the BFI’s National Archive. The 1928 Sleigh Bells features the first ever Disney character, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, a long-eared precursor to Mickey Mouse. Show More Summary
A long-lost Walt Disney cartoon featuring a character that predates Mickey Mouse has been found in the archives of the British Film Institute. The 1928 cartoon "Sleigh Bells" featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit had been hiding in plain...Show More Summary
Demi Lovato has been accused by the popular Brooklyn band Sleigh Bells of sampling two of their songs without permission. She now joins Taylor Swift, Robin Thicke, and Pharrell Williams in the cool club of musical artists with recent legal troubles regarding plagiarism. Show More Summary
Sleigh Bells alleges that the former Disney star sampled their music in her new song "Stars" off of the album, "Confident."
Demi Lovato's "Stars," a bonus track on deluxe editions of the singer's latest LP Confident, has come under scrutiny after Sleigh Bells claimed it contained illegal samples of two tunes off the noise-pop duo's 2010 debut, Treats. "Flattered you guys sampled 'Infinity Guitars' and 'Riot Rhythm' for 'Stars' but we were not...
Noise pop duo allege the pop star lifted parts of "Infinity Guitars" and "Riot Rhythm".
Even if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, it never hurts to cite your sources or acknowledge your inspiration. At least, that’s the position that Sleigh Bells has taken on Demi Lovato’s latest song. The Brooklyn duo called...Show More Summary
Demi Lovato and Sleigh Bells might exist in two very separate music universes, but a new accusation levied against the former Disney star by the pop-metal band is clashing those two worlds together. On Monday, Sleigh Bells tweeted an accusation that Demi and her team ripped off two tracks from the duo’s debut album Treats,... Show More Summary
This band is Confident that Demi Lovato ripped off their song! Demi's new album has no shortage of pop-tastic power jams, but one of the record's bonus tracks Stars might sound a little familiar! That's because rock band Sleigh Bells thinks the track clearly sampled not one, but TWO of their songs — without their permission! Video: Demi [...]
Sleigh Bells have accused Demi Lovato of ripping off two of their songs on her new album, Confident. The song in question is bonus track “Stars” and the duo of Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss claim that it samples both “Infinity Guitars” and “Riot Rhythm.” Songwriting credits include Lovato, Rami Yacoub, Carl Falk, Savan Kotecha, […]
Sleigh Bells photo by Petra Colins Sleigh Bells have accused Demi Lovato of sampling two of their songs without permission, as Jezebel points out. "Demi Lovato flattered you guys sampled Infinity Guitars & Riot Rhythm for "Stars" but we were not contacted," the band's Derek Miller wrote on Twitter. Show More Summary
On Monday afternoon, Brooklyn-based band Sleigh Bells tweeted at Disney Channel-based singer Demi Lovato, accusing her (and presumably her recording team) of sampling their songs without permission on a track from her recently released album “Confident.” Read more...
Sounds like: Rare Monk, Sleigh Bells, DOROTHY Song: Social Skills - It's Invisible What's so good? More music from across the pond! Meet Social Skills, the three-piece collective whose percussion-heavy sound transports listeners into...Show More Summary