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Senior Director of Music at Billboard Jason Lipshutz joins DJ Louie to discuss everyone's favorite off-the-grid alt-pop icon, Lorde. First, Louie and Jason break down the EDM pop and festival boom of the late aughts and early 2010s. They then break down how Lorde's “Royals” presented an appealing response to that escapist era of pop culture and how the success of her debut album, Pure Heroine, set the stage for an anti-pop movement that's only gained steam since with acts like Halsey, Billie Eilish, and Olivia Rodrigo, the critical triumph and commercial underperformance of her sophomore album, Melodrama, and how it purposefully de-centered her pop stardom, and they give early opinions on her latest album, last month's Solar Power. Finally, Louie and Jason rank Lorde in the official Pop Pantheon. Check out Louie's Playlist of Lorde Essentials on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4vfnoV3z77iXG1SlrKduZn?si=b2cb2233b6524a4e Join the Pop Pantheon Lorde Discord Chat w/ DJ Louie on 9/9 at 8PM ET / 5PM PT!: https://discord.gg/e43UF2MZ Follow DJ Louie XIV on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/djlouiexiv/ Follow DJ Louie XIV on Twitter: https://twitter.com/djlouiexiv Follow Pop Pantheon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/poppantheonpod/ Follow Pop Pantheon on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PopPantheonPod Follow Jason Lipshutz on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jasonlipshutz
Lorde released her first full-length album, Pure Heroine, back in 2013 and it struck a chord around the world, selling 5 million copies, picking up two Grammys and inspiring a new generation of pop artists.Four years later Lorde returned with her follow-up, the critically acclaimed but much less commercially successful, Melodrama.Another four years down the track, she's back with her third album, Solar Power. It's a pretty big gear shift, and the sunny, warm sound reflects the new, luxe lifestyle Lorde has been living. The same kind of lifestyle she mocked backed on Pure Heroine. The reception has been pretty mixed, and the fan and critical reaction divisive.This week, culture writer and critic Elle Hunt joins The Culture to help break down the album, and why it isn't quite landing the same way as Lorde's earlier work.Guest: Culture writer and critic Elle HuntBackground reading: Review: Lorde's Solar Power in The Saturday Paper See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Yo soy Buda y esto es Panorama POP La cantante neozeolandesa Lorde sorprendió en el 2013 a sus 16 años con su hit "Royals" posicionandose en el número 1 de los listados de música más importantes, al igual que con su primero álbum. En el 2017 lanza lo que para muchos es considerados el mejor álbum de la nueva generación. Hoy en Panorama POP haremos la review de "Pure Heroine" y "Melodrama" los dos álbumes de estudio de Lorde. Empezamos!!! Escúchanos todos los Domingos a las 19.00 a través de: ▶ IVOOX ▶ SPOTIFY ▶ APPLE PODCAST ▶ GOOGLE PODCAST ▶ YOUTUBE También NO OLVIDES de seguirnos en nuestra redes sociales ✔ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/panoramapop.podcast/ ✔ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/panoramaPOPpodcast ✔ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/PopPanorama
Today Juan poses a deep question about that moment, that artist, album or maybe even a song that changed your perception of music. Song Samples from the Discussion:Animal Collective – “Daily Routine” from Merriweather Post Pavilion (2009)Beach Boys – “That’s Not Me” from Pet Sounds (1966)Pink Floyd – “Dogs” from Animals (1977)The Grateful Dead – “New Speedway Boogie” from Workingman’s Dead (1970)Miles Davis – “So What” from Kind of Blue (1959)David Bowie – “Be My Wife” Low (1977)The Ramones – “Loudmouth” The Ramones (1977)Thelonious Monk – “I Surrender, Dear” Brilliant Corners (1956)John Coltrane – “My Favorite Things” My Favorite Things (1961)Lorde – “Tennis Court” from Pure Heroine (2013)Duster – “Inside Out” from Stratosphere (1998)Marty Robbins – “Billy The Kid” from Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs (1959)Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – “Everybody I Love You” from Deja Vu (1970)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/SchizoMusic)
It's a battle of the Kiwis on this week's episode! Benee's debut record 'Hey u x' is up against Lorde's hugely successful 2013 debut 'Pure Heroine'. Both super unique artists who definitely let their personalities shine through their music. Enjoy!
Gracie Abrams sits down with Kyle Meredith to discuss her debut album, Minor, and the recently released followup single "Brushfire". Abrams tells us how the two are thematically linked, writing the track with Tobias Jesso Jr., and the process of letting go during co-writing. The indie-folk songwriter also takes us into the story behind songs "21" and "Friends", being inspired by Lorde’s Pure Heroine early on, and finding her own voice with the title track. Already working on new music, we’re also given a peak into what to expect from her next set of music, which may draw on more worldly topics. Follow on Facebook | Podchaser | Twitter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Mailbag episode! Kirk answers your burning musical questions about songs from Parks & Rec, Black Sails, Lovecraft Country, and What We Do in the Shadows, as well as microtones, minimalist songwriting, the bebop scale, practicing habits, and more. REFERENCED ON THIS EPISODE: “Parks & Recreation” by Gaby Moreno and Vincent Jones, 2009 “Black Sails” by Bear McCreary, 2014 “You’re Dead” by Norma Tanega from Walking My Cat Named Dog, 1966 “Lonely World” by Moses Sumney from Aromanticism, 2017 A 2018 Refinery29 article by Courtney E. Smith on the gender gap in TV composing “Melting” and "Rattlesnake" by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard from Flying Microtonal Banana, 2017 “Can I Believe You” by Fleet Foxes from Shore, 2020 “Moon River” by Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer, performed by Jacob Collier on Djesse vol. 2, 2019 “Money” by Pink Floyd from The Dark Side of the Moon, 1973 “Buzzcut Season” by Lorde from Pure Heroine, 2013 “I’m Down” by Paul McCartney recorded by The Beatles, 1965 “Kiss” by Prince from Parade, 1986 “End Credits” by Danny Elfman from The Nightmare Before Christmas, 1993 Twenty Thousand Hertz episodes on The Loudness Wars, Perfect Pitch, and Dies Irae (featuring Kirk!) “American Pie” by Don McLean from American Pie, 1971 "S.O.B." by Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats from their 2015 self-titled album, and live on the BBC, 2015 OUTRO SOLOIST: Dan Nervo This episode's outro soloist is the fantastic Dan Nervo. Dan plays guitar in the San Francisco Bay Area in bands like Neon Velvet, and also teaches private guitar lessons. Hit him up if you want to get good at guitar: https://www.facebook.com/DanNervoGuitarLessons/ KEEP IT SOCIAL You can follow Strong Songs on Twitter @StrongSongs: http://twitter.com/strongsongs And you can find Kirk on Twitter @Kirkhamilton and on Instagram at @Kirk_Hamilton: https://www.instagram.com/kirk_hamilton/ NEWSLETTER/MAILING LIST Sign up for Kirk's mailing list to start getting monthly-ish newsletters with music recommendations, links, news, and extra thoughts on new Strong Songs episodes: https://kirkhamilton.substack.com/subscribe STRONG PLAYLISTS Kirk has condensed his Strong Songs picks into a single new list, which you can find on Spotify, Apple Music, and thanks to listener L.B., it's now on YouTube Music. SUPPORT STRONG SONGS ON PATREON! Strong Songs is entirely made possible thanks to the support of the show's wonderful patrons. For more on how to join their ranks, go here: https://Patreon.com/StrongSongs OCTOBER 2020 WHOLE-NOTE PATRONS Jeffrey Jue Bonusround Rick Klaras Niko Laurie Acreman Ken Hirsh Jez Jenness Gardner Simon Cammell Guinevere Boostrom Jill Smith-Moore Narelle Horn Mickey Clark Nathaniel Bauernfeind Simon Cramp Bill Rosinger Anne Britt David Zahm Erin Aidan Coughlan Jeanneret Manning Family Four Matt Butler Doug Paton Robert Paul R Watson Viki Dun Christer Lindqvist Sami Samhuri Craig J Covell AccessViolation Ryan Torvik Merlin Mann Fraser Glenn CALEB ROTACH Andre Bremer Chad Barnard Mark Schechter Dave Florey Dan Apczynski OCTOBER 2020 HALF-NOTE PATRONS Rich Roskopf Melissa Gallo Joel Stevenson Will Dwyer Alethea Lee Lauren Reay Eric Prestemon Erika L Austin Cookies250 Spencer Shirley Joshua Jarvis Damian Brady Angela Livingstone Jeffrey C. Yarnell David Friedman Phillip Dalton Christopher Cudnoski Mark Edwards Randall Browning Sarah Sulan Diane Hughes Kenneth Tiong Jo Sutherland David Catlett Joe Laska Michael Casner Michael York Barb Courtney Derek Bender Melanie Andrich Franco Famularo Don Hutchison Lowell Meyer Etele Illes Jeff Almond Stephen Tsoneff Lorenz Schwarz Becca Sample chamomiatea Wen Jack Sjogren Aparajit Raghavan Benedict Pennington Geoff Golden Robyn Fraser Alexander Geddes Pascal Rueger Randy Souza Joe C Latifah Makuyi Clare HOLBERTON Jake Tinsley Georgia Livesay David Zucker Diane Turner Tom Coleman SUELLEN MOORE Judy Chapple Stuart Terry Mark Perry Malory Dhu Wik Eric Helm Jake Roberts Briony Leo Bill Fuller Jonathan Daniels Sheilah Steven Maron MH Michael Flaherty Jarrod Schindler Zoe Little Albukitty Caro Field Wayne Marsh Judith Stansfield Jenifer Carr michael bochner Duncan Dave Sharpe brant brantphillip Leigh Sales Markus Koester David Cushman Alexander Toni Isaacson Jeremy Dawson Robbie Ferrero Gavin Doig Sam Fenn Tanner Morton AJ Schuster Jennifer Bush David Stroud Amanda Furlotti Andrew Baker Brooke Wilford Cyrus N. White Chris Brown Mark Haberlen Juan Carlos Montemayor Elosua Kate Albury Matt Gaskell Jules Bailey Eero Wahlstedt Bill Thornton Brian Amoebas Brett Douville Jeffrey Olson Matt Betzel Mueller Nate from Kalamazoo Melanie Stivers Richard Toller Alexander Polson John and Sharon Stenglein Tom Lauer Forrest Chang Earl Lozada Jon O’Keefe Justin McElroy Arjun Sharma Shane DeLeon James Johnson Andrew Lee Kevin Morrell Tom Clewer Kevin Pennyfeather Nicholas Schechter Justin Liew Emily Williams
This week, I talk to my good friend, Tori Kilkenny, about the album Pure Heroine by Lorde. We talk about all the "weird kid" stuff we used to do, dictate our living wills, and we talk about Amanda Bynes. This is a Knaveryink podcast.
Lâlka joins us again to discuss Lorde's stunning debut. Pure Heroine is an amazing album, and the fact that it was created by a 16-year old is even more mind-blowing. Will Liam and Grant think it's Flawless? Flawless is hosted by Liam McGinniss, George Mannion and Grant Parkin, and produced by Liam McGinniss. Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flawlessamp/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/flawlessamp Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flawlessamp/ All music samples used in this episode are copyright Universal Music Group.
We discuss Fearless, Heartbreaker, Back to Black, An Innocent Man and the series finale Pure Heroine. Our website: We Don’t Wanna Wait Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @WeDontWannaWait Join our discussion group: facebook.com/groups/Dawsonsgroup Download
Welcome to Episode 1: Surprises in the Woods This week, Evan and Matt kick things off by discussing the rocky launch on Saturday, which included defending ourselves against charges of Maoism! After Evan regales Matty with harrowing journeys going to and from hockey games in West Quebec in the winter and the importance of Bug-Out Bags, they preview the first segment (1/3) with Jenna Corbitt host of the Meet me in the Woods podcast, a show all about surviving and thriving in them woods. In this segment, Jenna provides a concise set of do’s and don’t while also sharing her hard-fought secrets of surviving barefooted in the woods for FIVE YEARS!! After she tells y’all about how she found herself out there in the backwoods of Arkansas we hear a beautiful rendition of Royals by Gigi and Jake Edgley, followed by a surprise bonus segment at the end. No spoilers, but I will say…the quality of the musical accompaniment takes a marked downturn around the 49:12 mark. Yikes! Things Noted See what the Jenna(ator) is up to, at the Meet me in the Woods Podcast The EMP ep with Seed Recommendations The Jennanator’s Origin Story, part 1 and part 2 Rob, the bully beater, Kristoffersen host of Our Strange Skies podcast The Campaign in Support of the Johnson’s #hellocancerWTF Music Royals – Gigi Edgley and Jake Edgley (cover), Originally written by Lorde and Joel Little, originally performed by Lorde on Pure Heroine (2013) True – Spandau Ballet, performed by Matt Sanderson, I am so very sorry…but this will happen again Website and Archive of Episodes: https://nooksandcrannies.podbean.com Segment ideas are always encouraged: email@example.com See Matt give up his privacy rights on Facebook: @nooksandcranniespodcast Watch blurry Evan on Instagram: @nooks_and_crannies_pod Graphics by Donna Hume (https://donnahumedesigns.com/) Talk to Y'all Soon N&C
On our first episode ever, i’m bringing in my right hand lady, Sophie Henry. Sophie & I are music junkies who love everyone’s favorite lady Lorde. In 2013, Ella-Yelich O’Connor was 16 while releasing her first debut album, Pure Heroine. This album gives us an introduction to Lorde who simply gives very few fucks, announcing in the first 20 seconds that she’s bored. Twice. Theres something about her voice that’s almost like a clenched growl, filled with emotions flying through your ears. The luxurious contemporary pop that shows real teen imagery with a hint of charm. I’m very excited to introduce to you, But Have You Heard This? Featuring Pure Heroine & Sophie Henry. Twitter: @jmouur Instagram: @j.mour
On the TFT Podcast, we listen to and discuss Lorde’s sophomore album “Melodrama,” the follow-up to her smash hit debut “Pure Heroine.” Episode 268: After the Party It’s Crying in the Taxi originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
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Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronica Album Making Gaga the first artist in digital history to have three singles (alongside "Just Dance" and "Poker Face") to pass the four million mark in digital sales, its lead single "Bad Romance" topped the charts in eighteen countries and reached the top two in the US, Australia and New Zealand while accruing the Grammy Awards for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Short Form Music Video. T Chvrches (pronounced as "churches", sometimes stylised as CHVRCHES or CHVRCHΞS) are a Scottish electronic music band, formed in 2011. The group consists of Lauren Mayberry (lead vocals, additional synthesisers, and samplers), Iain Cook (synthesizers, guitar, bass, vocals), and Martin Doherty (synthesizers, samplers, vocals Recover Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor (born 7 November 1996), known by her stage name Lorde (/ˈlɔrd/), is a New Zealand singer-songwriter. Born in Takapuna and raised in Devonport, Auckland, she performed in various singing and drama classes as a child, and at the age of thirteen signed with Universal. Her musical debut was an EP, entitled The Love Club, which was released in November 2012, and her first single, "Royals", debuted at number one on the New Zealand Top 40, and also reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2013, making her the first New Zealand solo artist to have a number one song in the United States. Her debut album, Pure Heroine, was released in September 2013, receiving critical acclaim and commercial success worldwide. Royals Her work has earned her numerous awards and accolades. In October 2013, she jointly won the 2013 Silver Scroll award for "Royals", which celebrates outstanding songwriting achievements in original New Zealand pop music. For the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, Lorde received four nominations, in which she won Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance for "Royals". 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Review of “Pure Heroine” by Lorde. Grades: Music B+ Lyrics B+ Production A- Overall B+ Email your comments and album suggestions to Feedback@FiveMinuteMusicReviews.com If you’d like to purchase this album, please click here: Email your comments and album suggestions to Feedback@FiveMinuteMusicReviews.com Follow [...]
Where's the Fu at?We went to New Orleans! Colette is the coolest. Amazing service. Uncompromising DJ. Awesome decor. Should definitely be on your must-do list. Plus we had a surprise encounter when we got there.A successful meet and greet with the San Antonio Pervs at the Bonham Exchange.Odds and EndsThe Pervy Little Social Club takes a misstep -- or how not to grow an orgy group.Sober Summer is drawing to a close this Sunday Funday.Like little, boozy gems.TopicsThoughts on the "Once Per Month" rule -- for newbies. Mix it up. You'll thank us later.Computers lie. Don't let your expectations get set too high for no good reason. What's up with no phone calls? Don't let people hide behind their computer. Get out and meet people in person.Coming Up?OktoberFUst und Herr Swap Fu's lederhosenIf it's wrong to love a pair of lederhosen, I don't want to be right.Fill me up!Shout OutsLos Swingers' amazing Jello Shots http://www.losswingers.com/podcastBliss Bringers http://blissbringers.com/The Black Ring effort http://blackringrighthand.com/Club Colette New Orleans http://coletteclubs.com/neworleans/San Antonio Pervs (Find them on SDC and Kasidie)This episode's song is "Royals" by New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde, on her debut album Pure Heroine. Check her out! The Swap Fu podcast contains explicit, adult content, intended for listeners 18 years of age or older. The Swap Fu Podcast is intended for entertainment purposes only. We are not health or sexuality professionals and anything we say should not be construed as professional advice. Please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Twitter @swapfu Call us at 609-3SWAPFU Just remember Your Marriage May Vary!