Lawless

101X's Lawless with singer-songriter Barns Courtney Ipswich (UK) and Seattle's Barns Courtney made friends with us at the last couple of SXSWs. This week we got some extra time with the singer-songwriter, when he dropped by the studios to play four songs for staff and guests...
A new one from The Coral also debuts. Hear it all again, below the playlist! Blossoms "Getaway" Coral "Holy Revelation" Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds "You Know We Can't Go Back" Coldplay "Up and Up" Richard Ashcroft "Hold On" Jack Garratt “Surprise Yourself” Biffy Clyro “...
The Stone Roses helped launch a movement in the 80s; today they launched a pretty great comeback salvo. A handful of live dates, including a June MSG performance and a four night stand at hometown Man City's Etihad Stadium loom, and singer Ian Brown recently told NME that "...
Monty played their all-new "Daydreaming" a little later on Sunday's Chillville--this morning, I got to the first official single from the new Radiohead set, which will be released in-full in a matter of hours. Hear our all-British new music specialty show, below the playlist!...
The Red Hot Chili Peppers have rolled out album artwork and details on their new album, The Getaway . "Dark Necessities" (below, and available for download at the link) precedes the 6/17 full-length release as the first single. The Getaway marks the first RHCP outing in over 25...
Check out the Paul Thomas Anderson-directed clip for the quietly intense "Daydreaming", from the forthcoming new Radiohead album below. The accompanying YouTube notes indicate that the band's ninth album will become available digitally Sunday at 1 pm CDT.
No details have been shared yet of a larger project that "Burn The Witch" might be part of, but ogle the new Radiohead video below, and keep an ear out for the song on 101X. Radiohead plays Lollapalooza this summer; we have plans to send some of you there. And, with an Austin...
Southern California's Young The Giant has announced plans for an August release for third album Home of the Strange . The band is putting finishing touches on the new one between a series of well-spaced festival shows this spring and summer, including this month's Shaky Knees...
Cooking Hostile is a Youtube-based cooking show parody, on which creator Joey Siler features hard rock stars displaying their culinary chops. Previous "guests" have included Anthrax's Scott Ian and Suicidal Tendencies' Mike Muir, among others. Check out the latest episode of...