Partnering with Summer hitmaker Owl City, “That’s My Jam” harkens back to an earlier time in Relient K’s career. The introspective, somewhat folk sound of their last album has vanished and been replaced with radio-ready pop and studio magic. It’s a fun song that we’ll probably hear a lot this Summer, and that’s exactly what Relient K needs. You can stream the song below. (more…)
Owl City has released a stream of a new song entitled, “Feeder.”
Serving as the first new song to surface since his contributions to the fantastic film Wreck-It Ralph, “Feeder arrives just in time to ensure fans there is plenty more Owl City to come. Many were not exactly crazy about his recent studio effort, The Midsummer Station, but “Feeder” will likely have some thinking differently. Click here to listen and comment below to tell us if you agree.
Owl City recently launched a new line of merchandise on their digital store. Click here to check it out.
Enjoy Owl City? You might like OS artist Aubrey Wood.
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In today’s world of radio ready music, there’s very little originality hitting the waves. Musicians are constantly under fire for borrowing or outright stealing melodies, and for the most part it goes unnoticed or unmentioned. However, in a recent lawsuit issued by singer/songwriter Allyson Nichole Burnett, it looks like Carly Rae Jepsen and Owl City‘s Adam Young will have some explaining to do to the courts for their recent summer hit, Good Time. Check out more details after the jump. (more…)
Although the tour won’t kick off until Feb. 13, you can check out dates here and pre-order tickets as early as Oct. 27 through Live Nation. Once you have your tickets safely in hand, don’t forget keep an eye out for their third single, Daylight to debut on The Voice Nov. 8.
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No. 1 with a bullet: Ah, that once-relatively elusive and exclusive room at the top. The holy grail for the pop single, it used to be as high an honor and as highly desirable as gold and platinum albums. But what does it mean when a star as marginally talented as Katy Perry can hit No. 1 five times on Billboard’s Hot 100 in the space of one album (six times in one and a half albums, if you count Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection)? Or when Rihanna, who still hasn’t scored a chart-topping album in six tries, can do in less than six years what took Madonna a dozen (hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 one time short of a dozen)?
Does Teenage Dream have, well, a dream of ever being as iconic as Michael Jackson‘s Bad (which spawned five No. 1 hits and thus shares the record for most No. 1 singles from one album with Teenage Dream), George Michael‘s Faith (which produced four) or even Adele‘s 21 (a contemporary that launched three), none of which had to be re-released as a special expanded edition in order to pad its hit list and sales tally? For all her No. 1 singles, will any Rihanna album thus far ever be considered as landmark as Madonna’s 1983 self-titled debut through 1989’s Like a Prayer, which covered a comparable career time frame? Rihanna’s yet to even break through the double-platinum glass ceiling.
Then there’s Carly Rae Jepsen‘s Call Me Maybe, which just spent nine weeks atop Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart, making it the biggest song of the summer, if not 2012. It also makes her a surefire nominee for Best New Artist at the 2013 GRAMMY Awards ceremony. She’ll face stiff-ish competition from Gotye and fun., who spent eight and six weeks at No. 1, respectively, with their respective singles, Somebody That I Used to Know and We Are Young. (more…)