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Kongos is the South African 4-piece behind the catchy stomper "Come With Me Now" (video below) that you hear often on 101X. The band includes the four Kongos brothers, whose pop, John Kongos, wrote and performed the original version of "He's Gonna Step On You Again"--later a...
Even with SXSW behind us, the coming weeks are chock-full of British visitors to Austin clubs & festivals. We got to several of them on yesterday's UKTX. Hear it again below the list! Editors “Sugar” Chvrches “Recover” Jake Bugg “Song About Love” Royal Blood “Little Monster...
Last hour, Iron Mike Tyson--yes, that one--rolled out the first details on the Black Keys' eighth studio album, tweeting a link to the weird-ass video below. The details: Turn Blue is out 5/13 (the week after Xcursion winner Adam Saad gets to see them at Hangout!). Watch the...
Certainly you weren't up at 7 on Sunday, were you? I was, hosting UKTX. Below, catch what you missed--including several SXSW artists and some other acts headed our way soon. Play it back below the list! Bombay Bicycle Club “Luna” Temples “Shelter Song” Kaiser Chiefs "Coming Home...
A new Coldplay song that isn't "Magic"--and lots of attention for SXSW artists, including Drenge, Temples, Jake Bugg, & The 1975. If a shortened Saturday night made 7 too early for ya, have no fear--catch the show again below the list! Horrors "I See You" Coldplay "Midnight...
Blame technical difficulties in me not posting a show last week. Note the playlist and playback opportunity below the 3/2 show details. Last Sunday's UKTX featured first-timers from Kaiser Chiefs & The Horrors, with lots of SXSW and NME awards-related music, too (but sadly,...
Bastille and Arctic Monkeys cleaned up at this week's Brit Awards. Catch their latest singles back home, plus details and the latest from SXSW-bound acts Drenge & Temples--and lots more, below the list! Drenge “Bloodsports” Arctic Monkeys “One For The Road” Frank Turner “...
Alex Turner and band returned to the Madison Square Garden stage last weekend for an encore, mentioning the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' arrival in America and launching into a slowed-down version of the Lennon/McCartney staple "All My Loving."
101X's weekly nod to the best in new British indie aired yesterday, including a show debut from Drenge; Chvrches' next UK single; more. Hear the weekend's show again, below the list! Damon Albarn “Everyday Robots” Chvrches “Recover” Jake Bugg “Song About Love” Bombay Bicycle...