Carly Rae Jepsen was one of many acts to perform at this year's Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago's Union Park. Below, you can watch her perform “Run Away With Me” and “All That” alongside Dev Hynes (aka Blood Orange). Both songs appeared...Show More Summary
Last night, PC Music held its Pop City Party at L.A.’s Create. As well as scheduled performances from A.G. Cook, Danny L. Harle, QT, Hannah Diamond, and more, the show featured cameos from a pair of PC Music affiliates: Carly Rae Jespen and Charli XCX. Show More Summary
A few months ago, producer Danny L Harle debuted his Carly Rae Jepsen collaboration “Supernatural” live at PC Music’s UK event Pop Cosmos, and last night at another PC Music-themed night in Los Angeles, Jepsen came out to perform the song, ostensibly for an upcoming music video. In the time in between, a studio version […]
Last night, the pop-music experimentalists of PC Music threw themselves a big party, which they called Pop City, at the Los Angeles venue Create. And they got a couple of honest-to-god pop stars to take part. Carly Rae Jepsen joined Danny L Harle for “Supernatural,” a collaboration that leaked last week. And Charli XCX, who […]
The British label held live event in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
TMT is now two for two for dream collabs. First, we tweeted a dream collab between DJ Rashad and Danny Brown, and we got it. And then, on Christmas Eve last year, we tweeted the following: 2016: @pcmus(ic) + @carlyraejepsen #please —...Show More Summary
Pitchfork Radio kicks off this morning from Madison, Wisconsin! Presented by Goose Island from Migration Week in Madison and powered by TuneIn, we’ll be broadcasting live from High Noon Saloon (701A E. Washington Ave) July 18-22. The broadcast hours are from 11:00 a.m. Show More Summary
Pitchfork Fest 2016 is underway at Union Park in Chicago and streaming online. We already posted a set of Ben's pictures from the first day. Here's more about what happened. Continue reading…
Has Canada finally turned on two of its greatest exports in years, Justin Bieber and Drake? Probably not, but hey, at least Carly Rae Jepsen has finally been vindicated. Years ago, Jepsen released the greatest song of the decade, only to then be totally ignored by the prestigious Polaris Music ... More »
The 2016 Polaris Music Prize short list is out! It includes: Carly Rae Jepsen — E•MO•TION Grimes — Art Angels PUP — The Dream Is Over White Lung — Paradise Kaytranada — 99.9% Basia Bulat — Good Advice Jessy Lanza — Oh No Andy Shauf — The Party U.S. Girls — Half Free Black Mountain […]
The shortlist has been revealed for the 2016 Polaris Music Prize, which honors the best album of the year by a Canadian artist. It is: Black Mountain's IVBasia Bulat's Good AdviceGrimes' Art AngelsCarly Rae Jepsen's E•MO•TIONKaytranada's 99.9%Jessy Lanza's Oh NoPUP's The Dream Is OverAndy Shauf's The PartyU.S. Show More Summary
Grimes, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Jessy Lanza are all in the running for the $50,000 prize.
Inspired by Kanye’s risqué “Famous” music video, which shows the singer sleeping in a large bed surrounded by nude waxworks of famous personalities (including the likes of Taylor Swift, Bill Cosby and Caitlyn Jenner), BBC Radio 1 decided to create a “safe for work” parody featuring A-list singers chatting in bed while fully-clothed. The SFW... Read more »
This year’s Pitchfork Music Festival is only one week away. From July 15-17, Chicago’s Union Park will host Sufjan Stevens, Brian Wilson, Miguel, Broken Social Scene, Beach House, FKA twigs, Savages, Blood Orange, Carly Rae Jepsen, Anderson.Paak, and many more. Show More Summary
It stars Justin Bieber, Nick Jonas, and Carly Rae Jepsen along with a bunch of people we don't know because they're too British.
According to Kanye West, everyone who wasn't in his "Famous" video wanted to be in it, and so BBC1 made some celebrity dreams come true with a SFW version of the video. Yeezy's pal Justin Bieber, Nick Jonas, Meghan Trainor, 5 Seconds...Show More Summary
In a new video by the BBC, Justin Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen, and numerous other pop stars parody Kanye West's controversial "Famous" video in a fully clothed "SFW version." The video is by no means a shot-for-shot remake of West's nine-minute voyeuristic art piece, which features doubles of Taylor Swift, Donald Trump, George W. Show More Summary
The world has seen, and can never unsee, the giant bed of naked celebrities in Kanye West's "Famous"controversy-bait/music video, but now BBC Radio 1 released its own safe-for-work version, also with stars between the sheets (Justin Bieber, Nick Jonas, Carly Rae Jepsen, Meghan Trainor, others) that leaves us with just ... More »