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‘Hold Me’ is ONO’s 10th Number One on the the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Charts

Today (18 April 2013), ONO soars to the top of the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Chart with her 10th #1 chart-topping single, HOLD ME featuring Dave Audé with mixes by EDM A-Listers Dave Audé, Ralphi Rosario, R3HAB, Papercha$er, Dirty Loud, Emjae, Rich Morel, Ivan Gomez & Nacho Chapado and Tommie Sunshine. ONO, once again, soars [...]

2013-04-18T06:39:35-05:00April 15th, 2013|Discography, Music News, Yoko listens|

ONO: Move On Fast is #1 in the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Chart

Yoko Ono continues her dance floor domination with her 6th consecutive #1 Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Chart-topper MOVE ON FAST. Featuring explosive mixes by Dave Aude, Digital Dog, Ralphi Rosario, Richard Morel, Chris The Greek, Emjae, Twisted Sound+Vision, DJ Yiannis, Nacho & Ivan and Timmy Loop Sitting atop the cream of the pop crop [...]

2011-05-09T02:46:31-05:00March 3rd, 2011|Discography, Music News|

Unmixed Q&A + FREE download ♬ ONO “Give Me Something” (Junior Boys Remix)

Yoko Ono has had four consecutive No. 1 hits on the Dance/Club song charts, heralding what she calls the "new era of Yoko Ono." Surprisingly, she says this success originated from something akin to rebellion against her father. Ono was only about four years old when her father, a brilliant pianist, decided she should have formal musical schooling in her home country of Japan. From there, she learned pitch, chords, harmony, melodies both in class and through frequent concerts given before parent-filled audiences.

2011-05-09T02:47:17-05:00May 8th, 2010|Awards, Discography, Music|

Popwreckoning interview with Yoko Ono

from Popwreckoning Yoko Ono is one of the most recognizable, successful female artists in pop culture today. In 2009, she released the album Between My Head and the Sky, produced by her son, Sean. In the wake of the success of “Give Me Something,” Yoko’s fourth single in a row to reach #1 on the [...]

2010-04-21T18:55:41-05:00April 21st, 2010|Interviews & Articles|

Yoko Ono: Enjoying music is enjoying life (LA Record)

Yoko Ono is one of the most polarizing figures in rock ‘n’ roll history. The people that love her LOVE her and the people who don’t love her never will. Aside from being married to John Lennon, she also created the blueprint for avant-punk and electronic music, and remixes of her songs have been regularly charting in the top ten of Billboard’s dance music chart for the last decade. Ono has an amazing new CD, Between My Head and the Sky, that continues her artistic progression and has to be the greatest rock record ever recorded by a 76-year-old.

2010-02-25T09:24:44-05:00February 25th, 2010|Interviews & Articles|

Mother Jones: 15 mins with Yoko Ono

Yoko Ono still wants to reconnect humanity with its long-lost id. From Fluxus to songstress, the 77-year-old has used every free-associative vocal, literary, and visual avant-garde tool at her disposal to help resuscitate the uncensored thoughts of audiences around the world. Born in 1933 in Japan, Ono was the first female artist to market experimental primal wails as legitimate music at a time when demure vulnerability was prized over a woman’s angst-ridden screams. Her proto-feminist punk, often orgasmic vocals were inspired by childbirth; musically, her spawn includes bands like Deerhoof, Animal Collective, Sonic Youth, Bikini Kill and the whole riot grrrl gang- who owe their flagrant embrace of the loud and the absurd to Ono's radical displays of freedom.

2010-02-23T08:45:29-05:00February 23rd, 2010|Interviews & Articles|

THE SUN IS DOWN! remix competition – THE 20 WINNING REMIXES

Dear Friends A BIG THANKYOU to over 200 remixers who took part in the THE SUN IS DOWN! remix competition. The 20 prizewinning remixers are: Bill Kates, Billy Martin, Damien Price, DJ Chernobyl, Jorge Artajo, King Louis & Mighty Jay, Konrad Behr, Mabarak, Madeon, Nick Vernier Band, Pedro Vainer, Posterboys, Rondo Brothers, Rumours of Whores, [...]

2010-07-31T07:57:55-05:00January 26th, 2010|Imagine All The People, Music, Yoko listens|

ONO: I’m Not Getting Enough (remix) #1 on Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart.

ONO: I'm Not Getting Enough (2009 Remixes) Mixes by Dave Aude, Ralphi Rosario, Eddie Amador, Craig C & Niques, Zoned Out, Morgan Page and Double B. Available NOW from the iTunes Music Store on Mindtrain/Twisted Records 01  I'm Not Getting Enough (Dave Aude Club Mix)   7:08 02  I'm Not Getting Enough (Dave Aude Dub)   [...]

2011-05-09T02:47:40-05:00June 4th, 2009|Discography, Feature, Music News|

YOKO ONO INTERVIEW: GAY.COM

She may be 75, but she hit number one on the Billboard club chart with her "Give Peace a Chance (the Remixes)" this month. The song's release marked the 39th anniversary of the song's original recording -- during her and Lennon's legendary week-long Bed-In for Peace at Montreal's Queen Elizabeth Hotel -- giving new life [...]

2008-11-07T19:04:24-05:00August 29th, 2008|Interviews & Articles|

THE MUSIC SLUT: 8 QUESTIONS WITH YOKO ONO

Over the past few years you've collaborated with many groundbreaking artists including (but not limited to) Antony, Peaches, Spiritualized, Le Tigre & Cat Power. Whom did you have the best time working with and why? Also, is Peaches as twisted as we're led to believe? They are all great people. I didn't know much about indie music [...]

2008-10-24T18:27:10-05:00August 28th, 2008|Interviews & Articles, Music News|

PREFIX INTERVIEW WITH YOKO ONO

Yoko Ono has spent nearly 50 years on the front lines as a challenging, provocative artist, from her early-'60s work as a visual artist on the New York avant-garde scene to her legendary work with third husband John Lennon up through 21st century collaborations with everyone from Cat Power to DJ Spooky. Now, for the [...]

2008-10-24T14:39:12-05:00July 10th, 2008|Interviews & Articles, Music News|

ONO – GIVE PEACE A CHANCE (2008 Remixes)

ONO: 'Give Peace A Chance' (The 2008 Remixes) are a group of digital releases from Mindtrain/Twisted Records available at Beatport.com & iTunes Music Store from 1 June 2008, the 39th anniversary of the historic original recording.  Following the massive critical and commercial success of Yoko Ono’s ambitious remix collections – Yes, I’m A Witch and Open Your Box (Mindtrain/Astralwerks) which paired [...]

2008-12-29T10:25:40-05:00June 1st, 2008|Discography, Yoko recommends|

ONO: No, No, No

1. Linus Loves Hyped Vocal Mix 2. Linus Loves Hyped Dub Mix 3. Tom Novy Vocal Mix 4. Tom Novy Dub 5. Eric Kupper Vocal Mix 6. Eric Kupper Dub 7. Friscia & Lamboy Vocal Mix 8. Friscia & Lamboy Dub 9. Peter Bailey Dub 10. Mike Cruz Dub 11. Lindbergh Palace Redub 12. Double [...]

2008-10-24T18:00:57-05:00June 1st, 2008|Discography|

ONO: You’re The One

ONO: You're The One 1. Bimbo Jones Vocal Mix 2. Bimbo Jones Dub 3. Morel's Pink Noise Vocal Mix 4. Morel's Pink Noise Dub 5. Claude Le Gache Vocal Mix 6. Claude Le Gache Mixshow Edit 7. Claude Le Gache Dub 8. Friscia & Lamboy Tribal Dub Mindtrain/Twisted Records 1. Claude Le Gache Vocal Mix [...]

2008-11-12T16:04:02-05:00June 1st, 2008|Discography|

ONO: Open Your Box

Release Date: April 03, 2007 Label: Astralwerks Length: 72:45 Synopsis Following on the heels of the critically praised Yoko Ono collaborations album Yes, I’m A Witch, is Open Your Box, the first album to compile Yoko Ono’s Billboard Club-charting remixes.With guest appearances at clubs in New York, Miami, London, and San Francisco, Yoko Ono has [...]

2008-10-24T17:30:26-05:00April 3rd, 2007|Discography|
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