Entries in TGITunes (24)
The great Icelandic pixie and Mrs. Matthew Barney herself blessed the world with a preview of her upcoming album Biophilia, which was recorded largely using an iPad and a series of apps. You can't exactly dance to it, but we're sure some of you will dig this first track, 'Crystalline,' which does break down with an onsalught of beatz around the 4:15 mark.
Oh, Wendy. Example lyric: "It’s like you always tweekin / Every day and on the weekend / Dontchoo even try to pretend / Thatchoo ain’t been crackin out."
Today's tune comes from late 60s pop outfit called Twinn Connexion, made up of two identical gay twins Jerry and Jay Hopkins. Only one of them is still alive (Jay passed away in 2001), and today he gives an interview to Queer Sighted in which he talks about their career, playing up their youth and beauty in teen magazines, and their sister Patti, who was a Playboy bunny.
Below, hear their teeny-bopperish-sad breakup song, "I Think I Know Him." And see a pic of them with a bunch of Playboy bunnies.
Yes, children, there was once a magical decade called the 80s, and once a lady named Toni Basil was given her own TV show. This little video comes from that show, and it's for her little known single "You Gotta Problem."
We're featuring this here track more for the video than anything else. This little bit of beat-making comes from DJs Mehdi and Riton, known collectively as Carte Blanche, and this song can be found on their new EP titled Black Billionaires. Some nerds on YouTube are quick to point out that the video is a straight ripoff of one by Voice Hands Machine for their song "Get U on the Dancefloor," so we're sharing that after the jump. Good times.
Not to be confused with the Chromeo song of the same name, this new single comes from Kele Okereke, the gay frontman of Bloc Party who's got a new solo album, The Boxer, about to drop on June 22. He's just going by his first name now, Kele, and he's hiding those little dreads under a hat lately (or are they gone?). But he is still hot, and the song's got a good hook.
Swedish pop wonder Robyn's got a new album due out June 15th, and here's a live version of one of the new tracks, "Fembot," from a Swedish television show called Skavlan.
The weather's warming up in various parts of the country and it's time for a few more pop songs in our lives. These cute blokes, Two Door Cinema Club, hail from Northern Ireland and just released their debut album Tourist History. Download a good and peppy remix of the above track right here. [Broken Silence]
Now, the best part about this video may be lost on you, because this is actually the mother of a friend of ours who once did Playboy. Okay, maybe that's actually not the best part. But anyway, ain't it swell how literally *everything on earth* makes it onto YouTube eventually, including obscure Vegas performances from the Maxim Hotel in the early 80s? Thank you, internet. Thank you, Debra Raye.
We would have given you the official video of the regular track, but embedding was disabled, and we hate that. So here's a remix by Sound of Arrows instead. It's kinda catchy, and that singer is dreamy.
Just in time for Christmas, it's a new video for the song "Bossy Bottom" by Jonny McGovern, a.k.a. The Gay Pimp. We wish it were catchier, but this remix does feature Adam Joseph of "Faggoty Attention" fame, as well as two trannies we've never heard of named Linda James and Erickatoure. Buy the track now on .
Hey guys... we know. We're being very quiet and irresponsible in our posting, but forgive us. This week is nuts and we're trying to prepare our Le Fag Xmas mixtape for you tomorrow. In the meantime, please accept this preview. One of the best Christmas songs ever: "New York City Christmas" by The Cover Girls.