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The giddy crossover-pop weirdo Sia helped arrange the songs for the new remake of the Annie musical, a movie my daughter is very excited about. And she also sang three songs on the soundtrack,…   Read Story »
Amid all of the controversy surrounding the Sochi Olympics, Norwegian pop singer Annie has decided to add her voice to the mix. She's teamed up with New York-based artist Bjarne Melgaard and director…   Read Story »
Thanks to years of label drama and just the simple passage of time, it's easy to forget the various ways that Anne Lilia Berge Strand changed the way dorks on the internet listened to, and thought…   Read Story »
"Back Together" is the new single that brings Swede-pop queen Annie back together with Richard X, the British producer who gave her, among others, the blog-pop classic "Chewing Gum." The track…   Read Story »
I don't want to bum anybody out, but summer's almost over. With an emphasis on almost, meaning anything can still happen (aside from reclaiming that unbridled feeling of summer's start and infinite…   Read Story »
When we take songs into consideration for this column, we're open to including tracks we wouldn't necessarily cover on the site. For this week's collection, we teetered on the precipice of adding new…   Read Story »
Annie's 2013 EP A&R is a five-song collabo with producer Richard X, most of which we've wrapped our ears around already: See "Back Together," "Hold On," "Invisible." Today's track has the best title…   Read Story »
"Invisible" is another peek into Annie's upcoming collaborative EP with dance producer Richard X, A&R. But unlike the glimmering "Hold On" we heard before this, this new cut is dark and bolstered by…   Read Story »
The mid-'00s Swede-pop queen Annie has teamed up with the great London synthpop producer Richard X to crank out some absolute fucking jams in the past; they're jointly responsible for minor classics…   Read Story »
It’s been interesting how Annie has come back to catch our attention recently, mainly because it all feels like it's happened before. After we all fell in love with her debut album, Anniemal, it…   Read Story »