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2019/11/01   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

On a scale of one to Jeff Goldblum, how high are your energy levels right now? Before you answer, consider the facts of today: it’s a Friday, you just got paid, it’s also November, there are two months left in the decade and a brand-new jazz album is set to soundtrack your next soirée. Did we mention it’s by Jeff Goldblum and The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra? Did we also mention that it includes collaborations with artists such as Gregory Porter and Miley Cyrus? And a swooning lullaby from the man of the hour himself? So! Much! Joy!

Jazz has been moving at the speed of light this year. That’s largely down to the release of previously unheard material from its masters: namely John Coltrane’s lost soundtrack Blue World and Miles Davis’ shelved session Rubberband. It’s taken over cinema too: just a few weeks ago, Stanley Nelson premiered his Miles Davis documentary, Birth Of The Cool, during London’s Film Festival. Fans of the genre’s front-running artists have been blessed to say the least, but all of these brilliant recordings do stem from at least 30 years ago.

Enter Jeff Goldblum, his latest release is titled I Shouldn’t Be Telling You Thisand it follows on from his debut album, which dropped this time last year. Comprising eleven songs, it features some brilliant renditions of old-school favourites such as Chet Baker, Fred Astaire, Frank Sinatra and Jimmy Durante. But who’s taking on those vocals? Only some of the most sensational (and surprising) singers currently driving the music industry forward. Sharon Van Etten kicks off the album with a sultry cover of Irving Berlin’s “Let’s Face The Music And Dance”, Inara George covers Sonny and Cher favourite “The Beat Goes On” and Grammy-winning artist Gregory Porter joins Goldblum’s crew for a feature on “Make Someone Happy”.

Speaking of Gregory Porter, he once told GQ that “what makes jazz different is that you can’t predict it. Just when you think you know what you’re going to hear, a jazz musician will change it up.” Looks like Goldblum is a real jazz fellow then, because his choice to join forces with Miley Cyrus on one of the tracks has us shook. Cyrus’ previous repertoire has hit the pop, country and hip-hop styles with astounding success, but to see out the year she’s offering a lush arrangement of BB King’s “The Thrill Is Gone”. It’s an unexpected delight to hear her interpretation of the blues staple.

As for the man himself? His moment with the microphone is the final track on the album: an acoustic offering of Bill Crosby’s “Little Man, You’ve Had A Busy Day”. It’s a tailor-made track for Goldblum, not just because he likes to sing it to his two young sons, but also because it sums up his 2019. This year alone, he smashed a stellar set at Glastonbury as well as his show at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

One final word from the star: “I’m crying with ecstasy over this new album. Creatively, I’m happy as a clam. This collection of cohorts (cream of the crop), with whom I get to cavort, is outta this cosmos. Ouch, my crackling cranium! I’m crowing! Given that he’s sat at a white baby grand piano on a floating stage in Frank Sinatra’s pool for the cover, we don’t blame him – 2020 music (and mood) sorted.

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2019/09/09   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

Miley has been nominated for the 2019 E! People’s Choice Awards – the only awards show chosen by the fans – in the following categories:

• The Female Artist (#TheFemaleArtist)
• The Social Celebrity (#TheSocialCelebrity)
Fans can vote one of two ways:

1. Online at pca.eonline.com

2. Twitter by using the hashtag of the category (listed above), the nominee (#MileyCyrus) and #PCAs in the same post

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2019/09/09   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

SUPRISE!

Miley Cyrus has teamed up with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey for the lead track from the soundtrack of Charlie’s Angeles, which is dropping this Friday, 13th September, ahead of the film which is set to be released in November.

 

Pre-Save the new song on Spotify now, by clicking here!

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2019/09/06   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

Miley Cyrus will sacrifice high fashion for her art.

On Friday, the singer, 26, released a new music video for her breakup single “Slide Away” in which she floats in a pool fully clothed among abandoned chairs and bottles.

But Cyrus isn’t wearing a bathing suit to take a dip; instead, she opts for a gold vintage Versace chainmail dress. A similar style from the same era, designed by Gianni Versace in 1994, retails on 1stdibs for $50,000.

The former “Hannah Montana” star’s song addresses the end of her relationship with estranged husband Liam Hemsworth. With lyrics like “Once upon a time, it was made for us / Woke up one day, it had turned to dust / Baby, we were found, but now we’re lost / So it’s time to let it go” and the party visuals, Cyrus hints that her relationship with Hemsworth ended because of his partying ways.

The singer has since moved on very publicly with Brody Jenner ex Kaitlynn Carter.

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2019/09/06   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

On Friday, Miley Cyrus released the music video for her new breakup anthem “Slide Away.”

In the clip, the pop star — decked in a gold lamé jumpsuit — deals with the aftermath of a house party as she goes for a swim in a backyard pool, which is strewn with empty bottles and red cups from the bash.

The visuals, directed by Alexandre Moors, match the pensive lyrics of the track.

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2019/08/18   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

Miley Cyrus surprised fans by unexpectedly releasing a new single titled ‘Slide Away’ this weekend (16th August), shortly after her break-up from husband, Liam Hemsworth, could the song be related to Liam?

It is unsure whether the new single is from the next two EP’s which are both expected to drop in the next few months to make up the album ‘She Is: Miley Cyrus’ along with the first EP ‘She Is Coming’ which dropped back in May.

Check out ‘Slide Away’ now on all streaming services, by clicking here!

 

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