Well, goddamn. When the hell did Carly Rae Jepsen start to sound like this? Overnight, she put out the latest song from her upcoming record E•MO•TION (out August 21). And she continues down the path she established with "All That," the track she released earlier with Dev Hynes. Show More Summary
When Scott’s hotly anticipated after-show hamburger is purloined (purloined, get it? Because it’s a cut of beef? Admittedly, not a cut commonly used for burgers, but, oh, just forget it) by The Ham Robberer (Stacy Elaine Dacheux), a merry chase is afoot. Show More Summary
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“Warm Blood,” the new single from Carly Rae Jepsen’s third studio album, E•MO•TION, seems designed to get your pulse racing along with it. While “I Really Like You” was the bubblegum-pop spiritual successor to “Call Me Maybe,” Jepsen’s latest single is a breathier, more slow-burning synth track co-written by Rostam Batmanglij of Vampire Weekend. Show More Summary
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Carly Rae Jepsen guest-starred in the forthcoming episode of Comedy Bang Bang!, which airs tomorrow, during which she was accused of coming on to the show’s host, Scott Aukerman, in the form of her forthcoming album’s debut single “I Really Like You.” Aukerman supposedly (remember, this is a comedy show) thought that Jepsen’s song was […]
Successful pop songs sound like sugar: easily dissolved and leaving you hungry for more. Carly Rae Jepsen is an earworm machine. All of her singles smash the charts and have you tapping your toes, willingly or unwillingly. Her new single "Run Away With Me," is no exception, and lots of people are singing its praises. Show More Summary
The song will be heading up the charts in no time.
“Carly Rae Jepsen doesn’t write love songs; she writes about what lives before and lingers after love, what pulses beneath it, the swarming galaxies of desire which do not originate from the longed-for body any more than the rays of the sun emanate from our open eyes.” While we’re on the subject, a young person […]
This is the opener on Carly Rae’s new album Emotion, and on this day in the year of our Pop Lord 2015, it is the best song in the world. Read more...
“Run Away With Me” is her best song to date.
Summer is rushing by and we still don’t have an official Song of Summer 2015—you know, that jam you hear in every club, store, radio station […]
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Welcome to The Hot Take, a feature where a selection of writers discuss some of the noteworthy single releases of the closing week. This time we take a look at the new singles from Carly Rae Jepsen, Robyn and La Bagatelle Magique, Disclosure, Kurt Vile, Vic Mensa and Skrillex, and LIZ and... Continue reading
Carly Rae Jepsen gets the party going while performing at 2015 Portsmouth Live! on Saturday (July 25) in Portsmouth, England. The 29-year-old “Run Away With Me” musician wore a cute fedora with her bright yellow pants for the concert, as a part of the America’s Cup World Series. “Portsmouth had me feeling like I could [...]
Carly Rae Jepsen heads into BBC Studios on a rainy Friday afternoon (July 24) in London, England. The 29-year-old singer recently took to her Instagram to share Tove Lo‘s cover of her summer hit “Run Away With Me.” In the short clip, Tove Lo performs a slowed down version of the jam while sitting at [...]
Carly Rae Jepsen lets the wind blow her hair all over while arriving at the Kiss FM Studios on Friday morning (July 24) in London, England. The 29-year-old “I Really Like You” singer is promoting her new single, “Run Away With Me” and her upcoming album, Emotion. “I’m permanently jet-lagged, which is like a new [...]
This week was a stacked one, and plenty of great videos didn’t make the cut for this list, including Thundercat’s existential samurai joke and Carly Rae Jepsen’s joyous travelogue. But I only want to talk about one of them, and that’s the Black Eyed Peas’ giddily sacrilegious retro-rap odyssey “Yesterday.” I have no idea what […]