From Vulture.com: Tell me the story of how you connected with Carly Rae Jepsen. I met Carly through [PC Music’s] Danny L Harle because they did a song together.
I’m lovin’ how the media is continuing to run with this story. It gives me hope: Earlier this week, former teen (she’s 20 now!!) pop music idol Lorde tweeted
Slant Magazine: #4 of 25 Carly Rae Jepsen’s best single since “Call Me Maybe” was almost never released. Reportedly one of over 250 songs written for 2015’s
From Wearetheguard.com: You co-wrote a song, “Trouble In The Streets,” for the band BC Unidos, a post-punk project of Patrick Berger, the producer behind
From LasVegasWeekly.com : On opening for Katy Perry: I had no idea I’d get to do this, but I’m more than thrilled. I’ve known Katy throughout the years
Good news for fans who have been wondering whether or not Carly will show up at the MMVA’s this year. Well now we have confirmation that Carly will be
Another exclusive interview, this time from Huffington Post. Here’s a snippet: What do you make of “Cut To The Feeling” being hailed as the song of the summer?
Spin.com posted up an interesting critique of the song “Backseat”: Heartsick uncertainties are stock in trade for Jepsen, who’s a friend of PC Music herself.
It all started with a simple little teaser photo over the weekend showing the two together with Jack Antonoff. But then recent Instagram story posts from
MTV.com has an interesting write-up on Carly that is chock-full of Simpsons references. Here’s an excerpt: There’s a moment in The Simpsons when Martin