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A self-confessed loner who can only count six true friends in her life, Taylor maintains she isn’t bothered by what her critics think. In this exclusive interview Taylor discusses what it’s like being in the music industry, and her new life.
Tonight is the night! The 2011 Grammy Awards are finally here, and you can your favorite artists taking the stage, or arriving inside a giant egg, depending upon who it is (if you didn’t catch the show, Lady Gaga’s egg arrival provided the most memorable Grammy Awards picture). Of course, the most important thing about the Grammy Awards is the winners, and the Grammy Awards 2011 are no exception. Check out the Grammy winners for 2011 below!
Ten After Two is poised to establish itself as a heavy hitter in the post-hardcore scene when Truth Is… hits store March 29. In advance of the album, Ten After Two has released the single “Before You Know It,” which Bloginity is pleased to bring you – check it out below!
Little Monsters and fans of music in general have been waiting for a new Lady Gaga song since, well, the release of Gaga’s last album, and it is finally here. The new Lady Gaga song, “Born This Way,” is the first single from Gaga’s upcoming album of the same name. If the new Lady Gaga song is any indication of what Born This Way (pre-order here) will bring, then be prepared for a blitz of highly danceable, sing-along-in-your-bedroom anthems.
A lot of movie and comic fans have been eagerly awaiting the X-Men: First Class trailer, and Bloginity is pleased to bring it to you. Below, you’ll find two full minutes of X-Men: First Class footage, featuring glimpses of a plethora of characters from the film. The X-Men: First Class trailer focuses on Erik Lehnsherr and Charles Xavier, showing off sleek X-Men costumes, but appearances from other characters abound; Emma Frost, Mystique, Havok and Angel can also be seen.
If The Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas left you confused when he claimed that the band’s upcoming album, Angles, would feature a blend of 70s-era rock and “music from the future,” here’s your second shot at understanding – below you can listen to The Strokes – “Under Cover of Darkness,” the first single from Angles.