Noel Torres is a contemporary Regional Mexican singer and accordionist. Stylistically rooted in the Norteño tradition, he performs both corridos and ballads with an updated feel and approach, backed by both conjuntos and bandas. Other artists that can be heard on his station are Gerardo Ortiz, Calibre 50 and Voz De Mando. Noel stopped by our office and played “Para Qué Tantos Besos” from his latest release La Balanza.
Noel Torres es un cantante y acordeonista contemporáneo de música regional mexicana. Con un estilo caracterizado por raíces tradicionales norteñas, él es intérprete de corridos y baladas con un enfoque y aire moderno, acompañado igualmente por conjuntos y bandas. Otros artistas que se pueden escuchar en su estación son Gerardo Ortiz, Calibre 50 y Voz De Mando. Noel visitó nuestra sede y tocó para nosotros el tema “Para Qué Tantos Besos” de su álbum más reciente La Balanza.
No matter who you’re rooting for when it comes to college basketball, at Pandora, we do know that there is nothing like a good song to get you pumped up – regardless of what colors you’re sporting.
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How are you celebrating the third annual International Day of Happiness on March 20? We are happy (get it?) to have teamed up with Pharrell Williams to help promote the celebration of happiness.
Pharrell curated a special mixtape, with artists including A Tribe Called Quest, Beck, Gwen Stefani, Luther Vandross, Weezer and more. Not only will you find a pretty solid listening experience, the mixtape also has information on how you can participate in Pharrell’s Happy Party.
What songs make you happy?
We’re following Friday’s feast of Americana with a plethora of sweet Saturday rock ambrosia. Brooklyn basted Ex Cops set the tone with indie pop confectionary perfection. Imagine all the flavors of vintage Sarah Records sprinkled over a glossy, synthy foundation.
Next up, Zella Day’s beautifully bittersweet melodies intertwine with the complex flavors that can only come from a magically produced concoction of keyboard wizardry, next-level production and timeless melodies culled from a lifelong collection of vintage vinyl. Read More →
For SXSW’s Friday menu, Pandora offers hearty courses of tangy, twangy Americana – beginning with a serving of Andrew Combs’ sophisticated songs. You’ll detect hints of Ryan Adams on the surface, but the deeper flavors recall Guy Clark and Mickey Newbury.
Follow this up with a side of Israel Nash’s desert folklore. Dripping with buttery vocal inflections and timeless guitar tones, Nash cooks up the kind of Neil Young inspired love songs that would make Lucinda Williams blush. Read More →
Following the coattails of “Call Me Maybe,” the breakout anthem of 2011, Canada’s Carly Rae Jepsen’s 80s-inspired, sugary single “I Really Like You” is slated to be one of the big hits of the summer. Make sure to check out the music video featuring Tom Hanks lip-syncing her lyrics!
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Nitty-gritty sophomore album from Oakland supergroup Sir Lord Von Raven.
After a six-year wait, The Age Of Machines has finally landed and was worth the wait. Featuring members of The Time Flys, The Gris Gris and Extra Classic; the impressively lengthy album (22 tracks!) crosses ‘60s Detroit soul/psych-rock and 70s glam with a toughness and swagger that rivals Mick Jagger.
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Thursday, March 19th at the Discovery Den Antonique Smith brings the smoky, gritty side of Broadway. She’s famous for her portrayal of Faith Evans in “Notorious.” Sample a satiating slice of her edgy, up-tempo, soul pleaser “Hold Up, Wait a minute,” and you’ll be hooked!
Sam Dew brings you a taste of Chicago via Roc Nation, with his soulful singer/songwriter skills that landed him a couple of kitchen-side features with Wale & Prefuse 73. Read More →
Pandora Internet Radio are today proud to announce a strategic sponsorship alliance with the Britomart Fashion Sessions.
This annual event features runway shows from some of New Zealand’s top designers including Zambesi, WORLD, Kathryn Wilson, Trelise Cooper and Taylor. The event will be held on March 20th and 21st in Britomart’s Atrium on Takutai.
Key to our sponsorship is working with each of the shows designers in order to create their very own tailored Pandora Station. The stations are designed to match the mood and feel of the runway show, and will play at the stylish pre-show event at The Nathan Club in the lead up to the shows. In addition the Britomart Fashion Sessions stations (click on them below) will also be available to all existing and new Pandora listeners.
Trelise Cooper Radio
Kathryn Wilson Radio
Britomart Fashion Sessions Radio
Join the conversation with us as we lead up to the event by hash-tagging #britomartfashionseries and tweeting us at @PandoraNZ
Photography: Michael Ng
Pandora’s Wednesday menu for SXSW is a Prix Fixe offering of Electronic textures to make your ears’ tastebuds get up and dance. Elliphant’s spicy attitude as a Swedish singer and rapper deviates from the textbook ingredients of dance and hip-hop. She’s shared kitchen space with Jungle, Skrillex, Diplo, Bunji Garlin, Riton and Gaslamp Killer.
Australian DJ Duo Peking Duk gets you “High” in the club, marinating a stew overflowing with big beats and heavy synths. This allows the choppy vocal melodies to rise to the top. Read More →
The Ting Tings are an electro-dance-pop duo from Manchester, England. Their danceable style features punk, disco, and electronica influences with interweaving vocal harmony and a prominent use of synth. Other artists that can be heard on their station include Lily Allen, M.I.A., and The Shins. Katie and Jules came by and played “Do It Again” off their latest album Super Critical.