You wouldn’t expect reggae to be an obvious choice of style to cover Adele, but Alaine did it and it’s good.
Massive Adele remix from MORTEN.
Wet take on Adele’s debut. Cute.
Oooof… Aretha gives it a go… AND it ends in a gospel anthem. Damn!
While it’s an interesting choice to win, personally I haven’t been much a fan of this band although I did suspect that they would top the poll going by the amount of buzz that’s been going around in the blogosphere.
Having formally predicted the rise of artists such as Jessie J, Adele, 50 Cent and Ellie Goulding, the ‘BBC Sound’ poll is generally seen as one of the more accurate new-music predictors, so it should be interesting to see how Haim pan out over the next year.
The new movie’s out soon, and the song will take the name of the film itself, Skyfall. Most likely to be out in October. Exciting!
This new video from Dante; it’s pretty brilliant. Those Swedes…
It’s just gone 7 times platinum. Good song, maybe an English version would make a lot of people happy?
1. Veronica Maggio ”Jag Kommer”
2. Bruno Mars ”Grenade”
3. Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull ”On The Floor”
4. Daniel Adams-Ray ”Gubben i lådan”
5. September ”Mikrofonkåt”
6. Adele ”Rolling in the deep”
7. Chris Medina ”What Are Words”
8. Pitbull – feat Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer ”Give Me Everything”
9. Alexandra Stan ”Mr. Saxobeat”
10. Eminem & Rihanna ”Love The Way You Lie”
Covers are everywhere- specially for songs that are in the process of defining current pop. This is Work Drugs‘ cover of Adele’s ‘Rolling In The Deep’ and it’s turned a very bolshy and intense original into a breezy, sort of sad track. I like this a lot.
This has to be absolutely my favourite song of the month. Previously featured on here back in March this year, this is the new single from Maverick Sabre. It’s a boy version of Adele and Amy. This is TALENT.
… until I saw this young student, Jade Richards, belt out some Adele on tonight’s show. It’s watching moments like this that make me feel so lucky to love music as much as I do. Spectacular.
I remember the first time I heard Adele‘s Chasing Pavements and being driven to tears, even though I had no idea what chasing pavements stood for. Now I do. But it’s testament to this girl’s amazing talent. Buffetlibre are one mighty big set of remixers- check out this download of ‘Someone Like You’.