Christa B. Allen and Johnny What of Pour Vous release an ode to female sexuality for the #MeToo era
For fans of BRÅVES, the pop-rock band's the high-concept video for the song “Me The Thief,” in which a trio of women (two of them apparently identical twins) exchange in slow-motion kisses, likely came as little shock. After all, BRÅVES’s Johnny What has been known for his boundary-pushing More
How Anthony Russo went from a typical high schooler to supporting G-Eazy on tour
As the fresh-faced supporting act on G-Eazy's ongoing Beautiful & Damned tour, singer Anthony Russo is getting his first taste of stardom. With his clean-cut, swanky image, Russo's confidence oozes even on the phone. “Let’s throw gasoline on everything behind us, light a match and keep walking forward. There was no ... More
Peek inside the oasis where Erika Girardi, wife and mother, becomes Erika Jayne, pop diva extraordinaire
When Virginia Woolf proposed in A Room of One’s Own that women need their own domains in order to create, she might not have imagined that one day Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Girardi would carry on this feminist tenet in Barbie-pink high relief. In addition to sharing ... More
Our five favorite moments from this year's music portion of Austin's South by Southwest
Even in the last few days of this year's South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, the city felt completely invigorated by the music buffs, cocktail connoisseurs and lifelong hipsters that flock there each year. In addition to headliners in music, film and tech, the ten-day long festival also ... More
Enjoy our top five musical picks from this week to start your weekend right
There’s something refreshing about artists we love reemerging with new music. As always, we’ve rounded up our top five new releases from the week, this time including a few artists who we have been covered by DuJour in the past. Specifically the female powerhouse FLETCHER who we loved from the moment ... More
The Dutch producer opens up about his new album Future and why he never stops to sleep
When Don Diablo arrives to meet me at the Standard Hotel in New York City, his hug and incessant apologies more than make up for his moderate lateness. After all, he's a busy guy. Since landing in New York the previous day, he’s been in and out of ... More
The Unlikely Candidates reflect on how they got their start and their newest single "Oh My Dear Lord"
Formed in 2008, The Unlikely Candidates have an unlikely origin story. As two members of the humble, southern-mannered five-piece tell me on a recent phone call, they probably wouldn't be a band at all if it wasn't for one chance encounter.
It all started when guitarist Cole Male ... More
From Austin haunts to intimate gigs, here are our suggestions for what to do during this week-long creative bonanza
The thriving city of Austin, Texas never fails to disappoint. Visitors can find colorful murals, bustling bars and restaurants and even a few natural springs to frolic in when the Texas heat gets to be too much. One key component to think about when traveling to Austin is timing. From ... More
Be sure to check out these emerging artists performing in Austin throughout the week
The annual SXSW Music & Arts Festival hosts thousands of creatives from a range of industries such as film, art, music and media. Attendees are granted access to must-see film screenings, technology-focused conferences, musical showcases featuring emerging artists and more. With hundreds of singers on the docket ... More
The badass frontwoman of an edgy pop band opens up about their newest single "I Did It!"
With a bright personality and an even brighter style, retro darling Chloe Chaidez offers an energized pop sound on her band KITTEN’s newest single, “I Did It!” When this frontwoman walks through the DuJour offices, she is donning a multi-colored jacket with faux fur and an adorable pixie ... More