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Hit of The Week: Billie Eilish and Rosalía “Lo Vas A Olvidar”

Earlier this week, Billie Eilish and Rosalía teased their long-awaited collaboration, titled “Lo Vas A Olvidar”. Now, the song has finally arrived alongside a hazy, atmospheric music video directed by Nabil.

“Lo Vas A Olvidar” marks the first collab between the pair, also featuring production from Eilish’s brother and longtime producer Finneas. The song also sees the “Therefore I Am” singer perform in Spanish for the first time, as she alternates lines with Rosalía.

Music by Bergman: Sports

Oklahoma duo Sports blends psychedelic R&B with indie rock from the South West. Made up of brothers Christian and Jacob Theriot, this “band of Wizards” has been playing together for a decade, including five years in their current form.

Their 2015 debut Naked All the Time, was both glitzy and lo-fi, like a half-hour spent in the arcade from Stranger Things. The band’s sound matured on 2016’s People Can’t Stop Chillin and now they return with their new single “The Look”. Following on from their critically acclaimed tracks “Tell You Something”, “Baby Baby” and “Never Know”, the new single is the last release to come ahead of their new EP “Get A Good Look Pt.1”, which is due out 12th Feb.


L’Impératrice offer a nice alternative: a trip back to the seventies and eighties, in a dark, mysterious club, illuminated by disco balls and sequined dresses. One girl and five boys make up this collective of musicians from Paris. Guitarist Achille Trocellier and bassist David Gaugué are definitely cornerstones in the band’s search for groovy rhythms, reminiscent of Chic. Two keyboardists join them in this hedonistic party, adding entrancing, synthetic melodies played with vintage equipment. Disco and funk come back to life in the hands of these agile performers.

Parisian disco six-piece, have released their latest single, “Peur des Filles.” The sarcastic new wave single is the second from the band’s upcoming second album, Tako Tsubo, coming March 26.

4Ever Songs: Eagles “Hotel California”

“Hotel California” is arguably the Eagles’ most iconic song. The hit tune was a billboard chart-topper; it sold over 16 million copies in the U.S. alone and was on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 19 weeks, peaking at No. 1. In 1978, the song won a Grammy award for Record of the Year. Hotel California saw the Eagles abandon their country origins in favour of full-blown rock & roll, and made them one of the biggest selling groups in the world.

The muses of La Musa: Adult Mom

Adult Mom began as the solo project of Stevie Knipe at Purchase College. Adult Mom now falls between the playful spectrum of solo project and collaborative band with beloved friends and musicians Olivia Battell and Allegra Eidinger. Since forming in 2012, Adult Mom has released five EPs and two full-length albums. Knipe writes clever and intimate indie pop songs that offer a glimpse into the journey of a gender-weird queer navigating through heartache, trauma and subsequent growth.

Few days ago Adult Mom has announced their new album Driver will be released March 5 via Epitaph, and to celebrate, has shared new single “Sober.”

Divus Julius presents: Magic Wands

Magic Wands are Chris and Dexy Valentine. Influenced by British and European new wave, post punk and 80’s pop music with a futurist flare, the couple formed the band in 2011, first linking up through Myspace while living on opposite sides (in Los Angeles and Nashville).

In the past few years, LA dreampop / lovewave duo Magi Wands released two albums – ‘Abrakadabra’ and ‘Aloha Moon19’. Last year they presented their fourth long-play‘ILLUMINATE’– a collection of songs they produced, mixed and recorded themselves in their home studio over the past six months. This inspiration for this album lies in introspection, escapism, fantasy, love and dreamscape scenarios.