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Austin City Limits has just announced their impressive line-up of fall tapings and we're jumping up and down for the chance to catch these acts in person. El-P and Killer Mike will be kicking things off with a Run the Jewels performance on October 14th, in support of their...
The ever-elusive Radiohead has continued their recent streak of stunning new music videos today with the surprise drop of ‘Lift’; four minutes of vocalist Thom Yorke trapped in an elevator, passing through an array of strange and surrealist floors whilst remaining comically...
During their live BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge performance, 30 Seconds of Mars took a moment to perform a medley of songs that paid tribute to a number of our fallen great artist. In the 3:45 clip, Jared Leto sings David Bowie's "Heroes," Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun," Linkin Park's...
Photo Credit: Getty Images Weezer have officially confirmed their new album Pacific Daydream will be released this fall, October 27th! Check out the Facebook announcement below where they share the album artwork and quote Zhuangzi. Who the hell is Zhuangzi?! I asked myself the...
Lorde and Jack Antonoff performed the Paul Simon classic "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard" at the Outside Lands Festival. Watch below:
Today, Wolf Alice released the third track from their upcoming album. The four-piece band will release their second album "Visions of A Life" on September 29. Listen below to "Beautifully Unconventional:"
Photo Credit: Getty Images Just 15 more days until we get to hear the new QOTSA album Villains , set to be released August 25th. They just released another new song titled “The Evil Has Landed” - you might have seen video online of them performing it live but we now have the...
Photo Credit: Getty Images I had no idea Weezer were big Guns N' Roses fans! They pay tribute to the band in new "Feels Like Summer" music video by dressing up like them (I do get a kick out of watching Rivers Cuomo dressed up as Axl Rose). The track was released earlier this...
Photo Credit: Getty Images Over the weekend, Arcade Fire not only headlined Lollapalooza in Chicago, they also played a tiny set at The Metro. During the performance, they covered John Lennon's "Mind Games," mixed with parts of Radiohead's "Karma Police", David Bowie's "Oh! You...