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Pandora Discovery Den SXSW 2015: Day 2

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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 matches music to fashion in Britomart

Britomart Fashion Series

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

Taylor Radio

World 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 Discovery Den 2015: Day 1

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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 →

Pandora Whiteboard Sessions: The Ting Tings perform “Do It Again”

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.

Pandora Whiteboard Sessions: Fever Fever performs “Hypnotized”

Fever Fever is an alternative rock band from Columbus, OH. Their style features mellow rock instrumentation, with frequent of vocal harmonies and accordion. Other artists that can be heard on their station include One Direction, St Lucia, and Matchbox Twenty. They came by and played “Hypnotized” off their album Aftermath.

Announcing the 4th Annual SXSW Pandora Discovery Den Lineup

It’s almost time for us to hit the road to Austin again for the South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference and Festival, and we couldn’t be more excited for the amazing lineup this year at the Pandora Discovery Den.  We have an incredibly diverse mix of 37 artists representing eight countries, from the legendary, like Wyclef Jean, to emerging buzz phenomena, like ODESZA,  Madisen Ward & the Mama Bear and Aussie outfit Peking Duk.  There is something for everyone to discover with four days of both emerging and established artists performing across four genres – electronic, hip hop/R&B, Americana and rock.

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Announcing the 4th Annual SXSW Pandora Discovery Den Lineup

It’s almost time for us to hit the road to Austin again for the South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference and Festival, and we couldn’t be more excited for the amazing lineup this year at the Pandora Discovery Den.  We have an incredibly diverse mix of 37 artists representing eight countries, from the legendary, like Wyclef Jean, to emerging buzz phenomena, like ODESZA,  Madisen Ward & the Mama Bear and Big Data.  There is something for everyone to discover with four days of both emerging and established artists performing across four genres – electronic, hip hop/R&B, Americana and rock.

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Sweating to Katy Perry?

When it comes to working out, putting in those long hours at the gym just isn’t the same without music.  And let’s be honest, with it now being almost a full two months into the new year, we figured it’s about that time for some musical motivation to help keep those fitness  resolutions alive.

Pandora’s got your workout stations covered – with everything from Spinning to 80s Cardio to Bollywood Workout, our curation team has created a whole host of workout playlists to keep you sweating.

With so many options, we took a look at your favourite workout stations so far for this year, with Pop and Hip Hop Power Workout being the unanimous favourite overall. Breaking it down, Hard Rock Strength Training and Rap Strength Training came out on top for men, while Pop Fitness and Yoga Fitness stations ranked highest for women – interesting, given that Yoga came in as the top group exercise for both sexes. Read More →

Resonance: Weekly Curator Picks

In the true spirit of Florence, “What Kind Of Man” is big and bold. 

Screen Shot 2015-02-27 at 1.06.24 PMFlorence + The Machine return this summer with their highly anticipated new album How Big How Blue How Beautiful, featuring the standout single “What Kind Of Man.” Florence Welch’s ethereal voice is layered with brass and a sharply defined beat – an epic return to the spotlight.

 

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CURATOR’S CHOICE
King of Beats boots up James Yancy’s disk drive to showcase Hip Hop’s lost instrumentals.

Screen Shot 2015-02-27 at 1.09.35 PMHonoring a fallen soldier in the production game, this box set explores the original boom bap sound that made J Dilla famous producing for A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Pharcyde and countless others.

 

 

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