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Virginia's GMU Patriot men's basketball team is a perennial post-season entry, urged on by the often pretty-cool repertoire of GMU's pep band. Check 'em out, readying for the upcoming season with a rehearsal cover of Rage Against The Machine's "Bulls On Parade." The woodwinds...
Alt-J's new This Is All Yours is out next week; catch the latest UK single below, along with the latest from Arctic Monkeys & more! Bastille “Oblivion” Alt-J “Every Other Freckle” Royal Blood “Figure It Out” Manic Street Preachers “Futurology” Jamie T “Zombie” Kooks “Forgive...
With big plans for station debuts from Arctic Monkeys and Alt-J this weekend, here's a look back to last, when we featured new songs from Catfish & The Bottlemen and Bastille, among others. Replay last week's show below the list, & listen in this Sunday morning! Kasabian...
A ton of rock royalty has offered tribute to Sir Paul McCartney on a new covers collection due out later this fall. The Art of McCartney arrives in November, featuring luminaries ranging from Dylan to Billy Joel; from Willie Nelson to that guy from Def Leppard (Joe Elliott)...
We all got to know NYC's Bear Hands pretty well early this year, via the single, "Giants." The band has paid us several visits since winter, including the one during which Dylan Rau and company made time for this chat with Toby Ryan--and now there's word that Bear Hands is...
The original version of Bastille's next single "Oblivion" can be found on the Bad Blood album, but it's also to be the title track of a new EP out in the UK next Monday, September 8. The rest of the record will include the obligatory live takes and remixes of songs we know, but...
SBTRKT teams up with Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig for a new song; this week's show also features new Dry The River and the return of Birthday Series artists Arctic Monkeys and Kaiser Chiefs. Hear it all again below the playlist! Jamie T “Zombie” Manic Street Preachers “...
Growing up in Turner Broadcasting's backyard, Atlanta's Mastodon has forged a long-running relationship with the folks at Turner's Cartoon Network, and the creative forces behind the network's Adult Swim franchise. Who could forget the band's call for good theatre etiquette that...
George Ezra's a 21-year-old Hertfordshire native with an old man's voice and soul; catch his show debut, plus the latest from Jake Bugg, Arctic Monkeys, Courteeners, and much more--all below the playlist! Royal Blood “Come On Over” George Ezra “Budapest” Jamie T “Zombie” Kooks “...