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The 10 best albums of 2020 so far, definitively ranked

New music by Bob Dylan, Fiona Apple and Jessie Ware has been a gift in an increasingly frustrating year. Here are the best albums (so far) of 2020.          [Author: USA TODAY]
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The 10 best albums of 2020 so far, definitively ranked

New music by Bob Dylan, Fiona Apple and Jessie Ware has been a gift in an increasingly frustrating year. Here are the best albums (so far) of 2020.          [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Jessie Ware, Usa Today, Bob Dylan Fiona Apple


The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). This week's countdown is below, and you can listen to a playlist of all our 5 Best Songs on Spotify. More »
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Premature Evaluation: Jessie Ware What’s Your Pleasure?

Jessie Ware was in need of a rebirth. Her most recent album, 2017's Glasshouse, was a paradox -- her most personal songwriting in the wake of becoming a mother, but stylistically lost to sounds that didn't feel like her own. But beginning with “Adore You” way back in February of 2019 and continuing with a … More »
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Jessie Ware: What's Your Pleasure? review – rooted in lustful disco

Jessie Ware: What's Your Pleasure? review – rooted in lustful disco. (Virgin)The singer-songwriter swaps luxe pop for the energy of the dancefloor on her heady fourth album
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Megan Thee Stallion, Blackpink and More in Top New Singles of the Week

One silver lining of the pandemic has been an absolute avalanche of songs dropping every week — there are 99 in Spotify’s “New Music Friday” and we’ve heard loads more. There were fewer protest-themed songs this week than in the past couple, and while we certainly applaud and encourage social relevance in song — something […]
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How Jessie Ware Cooked Her Way Into a Musical Fantasy

The British pop singer and songwriter was feeling stalled. A food podcast with her mother showcased her charming personality — and unlocked her creativity.
Tags: News, Podcasts, Jessie Ware, Jessie, Ware, Cooking and Cookbooks, Pop and Rock Music, What's Your Pleasure? (Album


How Jessie Ware's podcast made her music 'faster, sexier, naughtier'

The pop star says she was "scared and nervous". Then she made a hit podcast with her mum.
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Watch Several Jessie Wares Perform “Save A Kiss” On Corden

Jessie Ware is releasing her new album What's Your Pleasure? next week. It's shaping up to be a good one, a disco- and house-infused return to her dance club roots. And last night, she was a virtual guest on The Late Late Show With James Corden, promoting the LP with a remote performance and an … More »
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Jessie Ware – “Save A Kiss”

Jessie Ware's new album What's Your Pleasure? is out next month, and Ware has already given us a bounty of early singles. For over a year, since long before announcing the album, she's been hitting us with quality selections from the tracklist: "Ooh La La," "Spotlight," "Mirage (Don't Stop)," … More »
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Jessie Ware – “Ooh La La”

Jessie Ware properly announced her fourth album, What's Your Pleasure?, a couple months back with "Spotlight," following an excellent run of singles that included "Mirage (Don't Stop), "Adore You," and "Overtime." … More »
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Jessie Ware - "Spotlight" (Singles Going Steady)

Jessica Brant: A young Diana Ross, a track where house and disco cross paths. Reminds me of the underground voguing scene of 1980s NYC. This song should be included in FX's Pose soundtrack if it isn't already. [7/10]Mike Elliott: Jessie Ware delivers a smooth pop masterpiece of driving rhythms, understated vocals, and lyrics of longing and lust. [8/10]SCORE: 8.00Keep Reading
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Jessie Ware: What’s Your Pleasure?

Featuring her dramatic delights “Adore You” and “Spotlight,” Jessie Ware’s upcoming fourth studio album What’s Your Pleasure is available for pre-order. With production and writing credits from Kindness, Metronomy’s Joseph Mount, Danny Parker, Benji B and others—along with singer/songwriter Ware herself, of course—the record will officially release on 5 June. If the sultry, hypnotic and infectious singles are teasers, this new album promises to be …
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Listen Up

Spanish-language funk, jazz with Nigerian rhythms, hypnotic nu-disco and more new music this week Jessie Ware: Spotlight Lush, hypnotic, dramatic, and drenched in disco, Jessie Ware’s “Spotlight” is everything one could ask for in a club-ready tune. From her upcoming fourth LP What’s Your Pleasure? (the follow up to 2017’s Glasshouse), the song was co-written with Danny Parker, Shungudzo Kuyimba and Arctic Monkeys producer James …
Tags: Design, Disco, Music Videos, Pop, Hip-hop, House, Jazz, Jessie Ware, Rb, Spanish, Listenup, Funk, New Music, Austra, Afrobeat, Alternative hip-hop


The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). This week's countdown is below, and you can listen to a playlist of all our 5 Best Songs on Spotify. More »
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Jessie Ware – “Spotlight”

Jessie Ware has been releasing a ton of good songs over the last year or so, including "Overtime," Adore You," and "Mirage (Don't Stop) -- they all made our list of the 5 best songs of the week when they came out -- … More »
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Emilia Clarke Says No More Fan Photos After Being Approached During a Panic Attack

Emilia Clarke says she won’t be taking selfies with fans anymore after she was approached by a fan for a photo while she was suffering from a panic attack. In an interview with Jessie Ware on the Table Manners podcast, the Game of Thrones star said that she began reconsidering how she wanted to interact with her fans after she began having a panic attack in an airport. “I was genuinely walking through an airport and I suddenly started having what I can only believe to be a panic attack brou...
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Jessie Ware – “Mirage (Don’t Stop)”

For years now, the great UK singer Jessie Ware has been making tender, exquisite blue-eyed soul. But before she found her lane doing that, Ware got her start singing on slinky club anthems from producers like SBTRKT and Joker. And on a string of great recent singles, Ware has returned to those roots. She is … More »
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Listen Up

Rowdy rap, haunting electro-pop and more new tunes this week Jessie Ware: Adore You Mellow and a little haunting, Jessie Ware‘s new song “Adore You” (co-written and produced by Metronomy’s Joseph Mount) is a sublime return to the London-based singer/songwriter’s electronic roots. The house-pop track is airy and delicate, and Ware’s vocals are perfectly pared back to match. Part ballad, part disco tune, this is …
Tags: Music, Design, London, Disco, Pop, Hip-hop, Jessie Ware, Metronomy, Wu-tang Clan, Listenup, New Music, Electro, Ghostface Killah, Ware, Electro-pop, Listen Up


The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Do you need some new music for the long weekend? Several of these songs are very melancholic and one is a retro-pop track with a video in which everyone gets brutally murdered! At least Jessie Ware has got you covered. Check out the 5 best songs of the week below. 5. pronoun - … More »
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Jessie Ware: Adore You

Mellow and a little haunting, Jessie Ware‘s new song “Adore You” (co-written and produced by Metronomy’s Joseph Mount) is a sublime return to the London-based singer/songwriter’s electronic roots. The house-pop track is airy and delicate, and Ware’s vocals are perfectly pared back to match. Part balled, part disco tune, this is a one-off release at the moment, with no LP announced from Ware since her …
Tags: Music, Design, London, Pop, Culture, Jessie Ware, Metronomy, Listenup, Electronic, New Music, Ware, Joseph Mount


On 'Adore You,' Jessie Ware Makes A Return To House Diva Excellence

"Adore You" is a feat of airy house-pop, a masterclass in under-the-covers intimacy that feels enticing and familiar. (Image credit: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images)
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Jessie Ware – “Adore You”

It looks like Jessie Ware might be gearing up for a new album, her first since 2017's Glasshouse. A few months ago, she returned with the one-off single "Overtime," a propulsive old-school house banger that we named the best song of the week when it came out back in … More »
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Nicki Minaj Cover Billboard Magazine, Sensasional !

Sudah kurang dari seminggu dan Nicki Minaj berhasil tampil di sampul majalah lain, kali ini untuk Billboard Magazine. Billboard merilis beberapa kutipan dengan wawancara mereka dengan Nicki, di mana dia mengeluarkan pernyataan berani mengenai album “The Pink Print” yang tertunda. Itu norak ketika rapper merasa telah berhasil dan mereka tidak perlu membuktikan diri lagi. Anda harus selalu bersaing. Anda harus selalu bertaruh untuk menunjukkan bahwa Anda yang terbaik. Album saya akan menjadi p...
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Wisebuddah wins Best Production Company award

Wisebuddah has been crowned as Production Company of the Year at the Audio Production Awards in London. Overall 21 different independent production companies won a total of 32 awards, along with several national and local BBC stations, plus a range of grassroots and commercial broadcasters picking up awards. The freelance community was also well represented. Out–of–London winners included Manchester’s Reform Radio (Gold for ‘Best Grassroots Production’), and Scotland’s Gusman Productions (Gol...
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New Music This Week: Jessie Ware's Dance Floor Return, Justine Skye Builds A Man & More

After my first job at MTV working as a music programmer, I can't stop trying to matchmake people with music they might like. So, I wrote a book calledRecord Collecting for Girls and started interviewing musicians. The Music Concierge is a column where I share music I'm listening to that you might enjoy, with a little context. Follow me on Twitter or Facebook, or leave me a comment below and tell me what you're listening to this week. Jessie Ware "Overtime"In 2012, for at least a full year, I o...
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The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

This week in headlines: A Star Has Been Born, We're Out Of The Shallow Now, Lady Gaga Should Sit On The Supreme Court, Maybe It's Time To Let The Old Ways Die. More »
Tags: Music, Jessie Ware, Thom Yorke, The 5 Best Songs Of The Week, Sharon Van Etten, Adrianne Lenker, Ian Sweet


Cat Power Creates A Meta Modern Album With Wanderer

In a time of great turmoil for women and marginalized populations, people are taking to the streets, to their congressional offices, and to their social media feeds to protest. While most women are making their voices louder, Cat Power is doing what she’s done with grace and casual virtuosity for two decades now: looking quietly inward.On Wanderer, her tenth album, Cat Power explores the same sonic territory she’s occupied since 2003’s You Are Free; it is driven by straightforward guitar melodi...
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Jessie Ware – “Overtime”

It's been nearly a year since Jessie Ware released her third album Glasshouse. And today, out of nowhere, the smooth and subtle UK soul singer has come back with a new standalone single called "Overtime," which she premiered last night on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show. Produced by Bicep's Andy Ferguson and … More »
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BBC dominates shortlist for ARIAS 2018 radio awards

The nominations for the Audio and Radio Industry Awards have been unveiled by Capital South Wales Breakfast presenters, Matt Lissack and Polly James, live at the Next Radio conference in London. They are dominated by the BBC with 58 nominations, followed by Bauer with 30, Wireless with 13 and Communicorp with four. The rest is made up of Prison Radio (3) Celador (1), UKRD (1) JACK (2), BFBS (1), Q Radio (1), community radio, independent producers, individuals and podcasts. Noticeable non-cont...
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