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On 3/25 and 3/27, theaters across America will screen Tales Of Us, Goldfrapp's film inspired by last year's album of the same name, followed by an encore performance of last week's livestreamed…   Read Story »
Apparently, Twin Shadow's George Lewis, Jr. isn't spending all his time lately coming up with songs to cover in his great UNDER THE CVRS video series, though god knows he's spending a lot of time…   Read Story »
Name: Goldfrapp Progress Report: Alison Goldfrapp talks about The Singles and opens up about the recording of a new album. Earlier this year Goldfrapp released The Singles -- a tidy 14-track…   Read Story »
Electro-pop mainstays Goldfrapp have a new greatest-hits compilation coming out, and it features a deeply pretty new track called "Yellow Halo." The song's video is a sort of meditative travelogue…   Read Story »
Gaga is set to drop a slate of products on 11/21 and 11/22, including a remix CD, a deluxe repackaging of her 2011 LP Born This Way, a DVD of her Madison Square Garden Performance and a photo/art…   Read Story »
As mentioned a ways back, in its original Head First form, Goldfrapp's "Believer" would work well on the rollerskating rink where you'd also lace-up for “Rocket”'s Pointer Sisters on Xanadu. This…   Read Story »
Goldfrapp's videos are always entertaining because they never take themselves too seriously. That sense of humor comes out in this clip for next single "Alive," which, without giving away too much,…   Read Story »
Goldfrapp's fifth album Head First heralds a return to synth dance for the London duo. And that also means a return to dance videos. We've heard (and heard remixes of) first single "Rocket" already,…   Read Story »
The fifth album from Goldfrapp got its start (and got us thinking about the Pointer Sisters and ELO) with "Rocket," followed by "Better" just earlier today. The anticipation builds with this remix…   Read Story »
Goldfrapp's first Head First track "Rocket" sounded like the Pointer Sisters with a touch of Xanadu. "Believer" should go over well at the roller skating rink, too. Listen at HypeM.   Read Story »