Amy Winehouse’s death was one of music’s great modern tragedies. She was the last great talent of this generation to leave early. She had a voice that channeled music’s greatest female vocalists of the jazz era, and that made the last interview before she died ever more poignant. Show More Summary
The Zutons’ 2006 song “Valerie”, famously covered by Amy Winehouse (twice!), has gotten a makeover that reimagines it as being about a clingy and crazy gay stalker. Singer and composer Kevin DeKimpe reworks “Valerie” and… Read The post Your Clingy Gay Stalker Just Found His Perfect Soundtrack – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Daft Punk, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse, Gorillaz, and a whole bunch of David Bowies are scattered throughout the grounds.
Miguel has shared a new song called “Come Through and Chill”, produced by Salaam Remi, perhaps best known for producing Amy Winehouse’s Frank. This is Miguel’s first new song since releasing his great 2015 LP, Wildheart. Continue reading
Miguel has shared a new song via SoundCloud. Listen to “Come Through and Chill” below. It was produced by Salaam Remi, a producer best known for his work with Amy Winehouse. Miguel's last studio release was last year's excellent album Wildheart. Watch the video for Miguel's “Cofeee”:
Amy Winehouse's impact is still being felt! Long after her passing, the timeless Brit continues to influence artist upon artist upon new and newer generation! The latest is Ava Gold, whose song I Wish You Would could easily be a part of Back To Black or a follow-up album that never was. Check it out above! Then CLICK [...]
The number 27 has acquired an ominous aura after the deaths of Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse at that age. Their deaths were believed to be substance-related. Yesterday, Thomas Fekete, founder and guitarist of surf-rock band Surfer Blood, died at 27 of a rare cancer, bravely borne. A terrible loss.
Sounds like: Etta Bond, RAYE, Ava James, Amy Winehouse Song: Jorja Smith - Where Did I Go What's so good? Jorja Smith is back with another single, and there's really not much to say at this point because it's unsurprisingly gorgeous. The...Show More Summary
There is so much new music coming out on the regular. It's hard to break out from the pack. If we could pick the stars, we'd choose Grace! The Australian singer has so much talent! She's still rocking the Amy Winehouse throwback vibe on her new single, Hell Of A Girl, albeit with a poppier vibe. We love [...]
Team behind the Oscar-winning Amy Winehouse doc turn their lenses on the Gallagher brothers.
Photographer Charles Moriarty shot a series of portraits of the singer before the release of her debut album in 2003.
Last year, it was revealed that the filmmakers behind Amy—the Oscar-winning documentary about Amy Winehouse—were working on a new documentary about Oasis. Amy director Asif Kapadia is the executive producer, Amy producer James Gay Rees will produce, and Mat Whitecross is directing. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — Paintings about painting are really about life, proposals for how it might be lived.
"The first time I met Amy Winehouse was the day I shot her album cover," photographer Charles Moriarty recalled in a video featured on Kickstarter. The year was 2003 and Winehouse was about to release her debut album "Frank." To capture...Show More Summary
An official Whitney Houston documentary is in the works under the same umbrella as last year’s popular Amy Winehouse film, Amy. Read more...
After the critical and commercial success of Asif Kapadia’s Amy—the Amy Winehouse documentary that earned him an Oscar in February—it looks as if Whitney Houston could be the next tragic star set for the big screen treatment in whatShow More Summary
Marvelous Mag of The winners channels the late Amy Winehouse on his latest release. Listen below. Previously: Planet Asia & DJ Concept ft. Marvelous Mag – International
The acclaimed actor opens up about music, his chemistry with co-star Elizabeth Olsen, and why he feels Blake Fielder-Civil is hugely culpable in the death of Amy Winehouse.
A short documentary captures underground artist MissMe at work as she paints portraits of figures like Nina Simone and Amy Winehouse.
Sounds like: GRiZ, Amy Winehouse, Pretty Lights Song: Big Gigantic - The Little Things (Ft. Angela McCluskey) What's so good? Whoa… This track is too dope. High energy, great vocals, brass instruments, rolling high hats, 808s — thisShow More Summary