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Lily Allen

Lily Allen

Lily Allen’s 4th album No Shame is expected in June.

During the four years since Sheezus her marriage ended and she suffered an identity crisis, not relating to her musical choices.

Here are two from No Shame: Trigger Bang (Feat. Giggs) and the song Three, written from the point of view of a three-year old.

Missed her.

Trigger Bang


Lily Allen

I have deep abiding fondness for the acid-tongue pop of Lily Allen.

Her debut in 2006 Alright, Still was filled snappy melodies and in-your-face lyrics.

Her intelligent irony continued with 2009’s It’s Not Me, It’s You.

She took time off to have a family and has now musically resurfaced with a passion with Sheezus.

The title track “Sheezus”.

Mark Ronson covers Arcade Fire: Free download

Mark Ronson, is the highly acclaimed English DJ, producer (Amy Winehouse, Lily Allen, Kaiser Chiefs) and musician whose 2008 album, Version, garnered numerous British awards. He has just released his third album, Record Collection, billed as Mark Ronson & the Business Intl. While we’re absorbing this new offering, he has recorded a live version of Arcade Fire’s “We Used To Wait” which is available as a free download and is the Song of the Day.

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“We Used to Wait” by Mark Ronson and the Business Intl.

Oedipus Podcast #1: Best of 2010 (so far)

This is the 1st podcast on my new website.  Featuring some of the best music from 2010 (OK, some of these songs were released last year but are beginning to garner attention this year), here you will hear:

Elizabeth Fraser
Charlotte Gainsbourg
Green Day and the cast of American Idiot
Monsters of Folk
One Eskim0
Vampire Weekend
Lilly Allen
Gil Scott-Heron
Pantha du Prince
Wild Beasts
Greta and the One Night Stands


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This is only the beginning.  Stay tuned…


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