« Dolly Rockers Show Us How To Do Big Hair... | Main | Antigone Talks About The Concept of "Antigoneland" »

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Antigone To EQ: "Girls Don't Like Guys Who Don't Dance"

EQ Talks To Antigone About "Funky Dancers" from EQ Video

In our continuing series of exclusive video vignettes about Antigone's stellar new electronica album "Antigoneland", we find Mizz Tiggy dishing the deets on the meaning behind her first single - the outrageously brilliant "Funky Dancers"

If you're as crazy for Antigone as we are, we are promising more video vignettes coming soon - so stay tuned!


  • Never miss an EQ beat! Membership RULES and that's why we have setup our first-ever EQ mailing list for members!

    Subscribe to our EQ Mailing List and we'll make sure to send you our latest and greatest email alerts straight to your inbox! From exclusive contests and swag, to breaking news about our EQ Live events and tours - you'll be "in the know" on-the-go! And don't worry - we're spam free and won't share your details!


EQ Interviews

  • We don't just blog about pop stars, we talk to them too! EQ is committed to "digging a little deeper" and "getting closer" to generate original pop content that goes beyond the average pop waffling and news bytes so that you are always "in the know" from the artists themselves.

    From the mega stars like Lady Gaga and Adam Lambert to the latest indie sensations like Bright Light Bright Light and Simon Curtis, to the electronica and pop pioneers like Imogen Heap and Erasure, to X-Factor creations like Joe McElderry and Shayne Ward, they all have contributed some great interviews to EQ.

    Click here to access our extensive EQ interview archive.

    "I too am an Electroqueer!"
    LADY GAGA interview

  • Click here for more EQ interviews with the likes of Lee Ryan, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Monarchy, Example, Calvin Harris, Blake Lewis, Ou Est Le Swimming Pool, Agnes, Erasure, Imogen Heap, Roisin Murphy, Little Boots, Patrick Wolf, Lights, Basshunter, Frankmusik, Dragonette & Darren Hayes to name a few...

Blog powered by TypePad
Member since 10/2004