Sounds like: The Pet Shop Boys, Erasure, Yazoo Song: LOVECAT - Song For Eternity (Ft. Jill Possible) What's so good? LOVECAT should watch the show The Get Down, currently on Netflix. When I listen to "Song For Eternity," all I hear is the disco from that show. Show More Summary
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The Dean takes on new albums from The Paranoid Style, Pylon, Pet Shop Boys, and The Dandy Warhols.
The Killers have announced a 10-year anniversary reissue for their sophomore album Sam’s Town. Out this autumn via Bong Load Records, the remastered 2xLP vinyl includes two bonus tracks: “Peace of Mind” and a “Pet Shop Boys Stars Are...Show More Summary
With a new album out, the Pet Shop Boys’s residency at the Royal Opera House in London is likely a preface to a large tour of arena shows. Fans will be happy to hear that the residency performance has not disappointed.
[Content Note: There is a strobe light effect in this video.] Pet Shop Boys: "It's a Sin"
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You could argue that my taste in men is somewhat biased. I've always had affection for people out of my league. 1987 was the year I started daydreaming of famous gay men. My romantic obsession with Neil Tennant from the Pet Shop Boys scored me no points with my peers who were into more obvious... Continue reading
Ke$ha. Pet Shop Boys. The Village People. ABBA. Perhaps Billboard editors didn’t go reaching too deep into the music vaults and milk crates to scrounge up the choices for their list “50 Top Gay Anthems To Celebrate LGBT Pride Month,” compiled just in time for Pride. We get Bronski Beat (“Smalltown Boy”); Cheryl Lynn (“Got To Be [...]
The Pet Shop Boys posted two B-sides to YouTube today which accompanied the single release of “Twenty-Something” from their recent album Super. The B-sides include “Wiedersehen”, on which Rufus Wainwright sings backing vocals.… Read The post Pet Shop Boys Release 2 New Tracks, ‘Twenty-Something’ Remixes, Say ‘Wiedersehen’ to EU: LISTEN appeared first on Towleroad.
Yoo-Yoo is a new group from Sweden that, as former Korallreven member Marcus Joons tells us via email, is "made up by Korallreven, ORKID, Thanxxx, friends and lovers". Their blissed-out debut single elicits a breezy wistfulness and the...Show More Summary
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Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. Scroll through for our picks below. Radiohead, generally If you […]
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Electropop stalwarts tell a crushing tale of American justice in latest visuals behind new album.
Synthpop icons Pet Shop Boys have shared the video for "Twenty-something," the new single from their just-released album Super. Directed by Gavin Filipiak, the stark black-and-white clip is darker than we usually get from Pet Shop Boys... Continue reading…
If you haven’t seen the Pet Shop Boys live, well, it’s a sin. Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe are Britain’s top-selling duo in music history, and their live shows are even more compelling than their studio albums. Eighties fans who think of Pet Shop Boys as “just those guys behind West End …
Pet Shop Boys released their latest album, Super, back in April, and today they’re debuting the video for one of its stand-out tracks “Twenty-Something.” In the Gavin Filipiak-directed clip, an ex-gangster recently released from prison tries to get straight. Watch below. Super is out now via XL.
Jean-Michel Jarre recently announced a star-studded new album, Electronica 2: The Heart of Noise, featuring Pet Shop Boys, Cyndi Lauper, Julia Holter, Primal Scream, Gary Numan, and many more. Today, he's unveiled the final collaborator: NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Show More Summary