5 items from 2015
The classic Suzanne Vega hit gets a breathy electronic update for this remake, which features on Moroder's latest album Déjà Vu.
This lyric video for 'Tom's Diner' was directed by Superbros, the creative team who have worked for the Snowbombing Festival and Trojan in the past.
Moroder announced the track as his next release on Twitter today (October 9), writing: "Excited to announce my new single, 'Tom's Diner' feat. @britneyspears!"
Excited to announce my new single, "Tom's Diner" feat. @britneyspears! Watch the lyric video! https://t.co/LVUapgkCBs #TomsDiner #Dejavu
— Giorgio Moroder (@giorgiomoroder) October 9, 2015
Moroder released his 17th studio album Déjà Vu in June - making it his first collection of new music in 30 years.
Giorgio Moroder already has what we're calling one of the most addictive songs of the Summer, his track "Déjà Vu," featuring Sia. Now, the DJ and disco legend has released a new music video megamix of his entire album, featuring a crazy-awesome blend of modern ballet, disco, and break dancing by So You Think You Can Dance-worthy performers. It doesn't hurt that the album also features collaborations with Britney Spears, Charli Xcx, Foxes, and Kelis, just to name a few. Give it a watch, but we're warning you: you might find yourself dancing in your desk chair if you're at work. »
Lily Donaldson is the face of this year's Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign. The Victoria's Secret Angel has been joined by fellow model Abbey Clancy, musician Alice Dellal and singer Foxes to front the poster campaign, shot by famed photographer Simon Emmett, to encourage women across the country to buy items from this year's Fashion Targets Breast Cancer collection and support them in the fight against the illness. This collection includes collaborations with retailers M&S, River Island, Warehouse, Topshop, Laura Ashley, Debenhams, Superga, Baukjen and The Cambridge Satchel Company with products ranging from spring tops to dreamy summer dresses and prices starting at £2.50 to £189. The campaign, which launches today (14.04.15), will appear on billboards across the UK and has previously raised over £13.5 million for charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Lily, 28, said: ''Fashion Targets Breast Cancer is a cause close to my heart, so I didn't hesitate to take part in this »
By David Savage
Kino Lorber was right to bring out Foxes (1980) in Blu-ray under their Kl Studio Classics series. The elegant re-issue seems aimed at convincing film snobs that this little gem from the last days of disco finally deserves their attention after a distance of 35 years, during which time it was either dismissed as another insignificant teen comedy of the ‘80s, or as a guilty pleasure. But longtime champions of the film, myself included, need no convincing. We owned the clamshell VHS, we owned the first-generation DVD, and now, if anything, I’d venture to say we feel vindicated that it now carries the stamp as a bonafide classic by a home video label as respected as Kino Lorber. Indeed, a major fist-pump moment comes during director Adrian Lyne’s remark in the audio commentary that Roger Ebert selected it as his favorite film of 1980 and took it with »
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The legendary producer admitted that he was supposed to meet up with the Us singer earlier in the year, but their studio session had to be pushed back.
Asked who his favourite modern artists are, Moroder told Digital Spy and other journalists: "I love Rihanna and I'm going to work with Lady Gaga when I'm back.
"I was going to meet her in the studio about a week ago, but I had a terrible cold so I couldn't. So of the new [artists], those two are great."
"I have an offer to do a big movie," he said. "I cannot tell you »
5 items from 2015
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