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5 Disney Princess Songs That Could Transform Into Pop-Punk Anthems

When you think about your favorite childhood films, it is likely that a Disney Princess or two come to mind. If you grew up in the late 90s or early 2000s, you were probably obsessed with singing songs from each soundtrack with your parents. Something is to be said about how this music made us feel as kids. With today’s diverse and inclusive lineup of characters, how this music makes us feel today.  The current catalog of Disney Princess songs features a wide range of genres and cultural influences. From the shimmering sounds of Middle Eastern guitars in ‘Aladdin,’ to… Read more »


Record labels follow Disney into "tween" market

Faced with a protracted sales slump, record labels are now tapping into the tween scene, after Walt Disney Co. has become the unlikely hitmaker of the year with chart toppers like “Hannah Montana” and “High School Musical.” “A lot of entertainment companies are trying to figure out how to replicate Disney’s formula and crack the tween code since it’s one of the market’s few sweet spots,” said entertainment lawyer Fred Goldring. After mostly ignoring tweens, kids aged 6 to 12, music labels from Sony BMG Music to Warner Music Group and EMI Group Plc are now signing or distributing tween… Read more »


Sirius Tunes in Its 100 Channel Lineup

Sirius Satellite Radio, the satellite radio broadcaster, today announced the programming lineup for its 100 channels of digital entertainment. Sirius will broadcast 60 original music channels, all commercial-free, in almost every musical genre, from rap to reggae, classical to country, new rock to hard rock, as well as HITS channels playing all the top hit songs virtually on demand. Rounding out its lineup, Sirius will broadcast 40 world-class channels of the best variety of sports, news, talk and entertainment. TOP HITS ONLY ON SIRIUS With distinct channels dedicated to the top hit songs for Rock, Top 40, Country, R&B, Rap… Read more »


XM Announces Q2 Losses; Adds ABC, ESPN, And Disney Programming

XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. yesterday reported financial and operating results for the second quarter ending June 30, 2001. During the quarter, XM Radio achieved several critical milestones including successfully launching its second satellite, “Roll,” signing programming deals with leading brand names including MTV, VH1, CNBC, and CNET, and launching a redesigned website in preparation for commercial launch planned for late this summer. With all that activity, and not a single paying subscriber, it stands to reason that the company suffered losses in consolidated operating loss (EBIT), consolidated net losses, and consolidated net loss available to common shareholders. For the… Read more »


talker Is The Opposite Of “Easygoing” In Music Video For New Single

talker is back with her newest single, “Easygoing.” This is the first taste of what to expect from her anticipated debut album that drops later this year. The music video for it is a slow descent into obsessive, delulu energy that contrasts the catchy, poppy tune. With this latest single, she enters her singer-songwriter, girlie-pop era with hypnotic guitars and soft vocals. Celeste Tauchar, the creative mind behind talker, says that while it’s her favorite piece of music she’s worked on so far, it’s “one of the scariest to release.” It isn’t due to the relaxed tone that counteracts the… Read more »


LØLØ Is Down Bad On New Single “faceplant”

Love doesn’t always feel like there are butterflies in your stomach. In fact, the emotions can feel so overwhelming that it’s like you’re diving headfirst into the concrete every time they say your name. LØLØ is expressing this relatable sensation in her latest single, “faceplant.”  Co-written by Grammy-nominated writer Mike Robinson and pop-rock songstress Marisa Maino, the track is reminiscent of early 2000s guitar-driven bangers such as “The Middle” by Jimmy Eat World but adds a modern pop production. It encaptures LØLØ’s “take-no-prisoners” attitude and fiery writing perspective through fun vocal delays and unexpected harmonies. Just take a look at… Read more »

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