Just two years ago, Sam Lassner, aka Prince Fox, was a junior at NYU learning to create and produce music. Fast-forward to today and you’ll find him touring the festival scene and collaborating with the likes of Hailee Steinfeld (Ender’s Game, Pitch Perfect 2). Their first track together,...
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When it comes to picking a favorite collaborator from her debut album dropping this September, Carly Rae Jepsen just can’t do it. “I mean truthfully it’s hard to pick favorites like that because they are such different collaborations,” says Jepsen of the chart-toppers that range from Redfoo of LMFAO to Justin Bieber. “For me there’s still that moment where I kind of pinch myself and ask if this is all really happening.”
It's that time again: a veritable tidal wave of over-spending, over-eating, over-drinking, and pretty much over-anything-ing has inspired us to turn a new leaf with the turn of the calendar. Lookstyle has a way for you to make multiple resolutions you can actually keep!
Fall is a great time layer on your personality! It is so much fun to layer your turtlenecks under fur or under leather. It is fun to swap denim for skinny corduroys with knee high boots. Layer on on the accessories to enhance a basic ALL black outfit....
As we boarded luxurious 1898 yacht “Polaris” to begin our short passage to historic Black Point mansion in Lake Geneva, the dazzling colors of autumn encircled us and added to the grandeur that defines this all-season relaxation, romance and recreation destination.
With a voice reminiscent of Christina Aguilera in Burlesque and a face to match, Ivy Levan has been making quite the impression on the L.A. music scene. Influenced by everything from Whitney Houston to Depeche Mode, the brassy-voiced singer debuted her first EP, “Introducing the Dame,’ last June, though this isn’t her first brush with the music industry.
A California quintet hailing from Santa Barbara, Rebelution has a history of making sunny, island-flavored sound with a West Coast twist. Though reggae at its core, Rebeultion’s style is a medley of SoCal pop, breezy funk and acoustic folk with a burst of Jamaican dub, resulting in an unpredictable yet effortlessly refined flow.
Hailing from Dayton, Ohio, The Werks are a genre-hopping jam band that play everything but the kitchen sink. In fact, they’d probably play the kitchen sink, too, if it had any sort of musical resonance. Comprised of Rob Chafin, Chris Houser, and brothers Dino and Norman Dimitrouleas, the four-piece blends rock, funk, jam and everything in between into a kaleidoscopic mix of psychedelic dance rock.