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Death Cab For Cutie's new album, Thank You For Today, is out today. Its release coincides with the 20th anniversary of their debut album, Something About Airplanes, which we looked back on to honor the occasion. The band went on The Late Late Show With James Corden yesterday to perform the album's very first single,…
Listen to the exhilarating Decomposing Deity Dancehall by Victorian black metallers A Forest Of Stars
Flip These Houses, a benefit concert celebrating "Protest Music, Political Music, and Unity through song," will be held on 9/28 at the Knockdown Center in Queens. The bill features Spoon's Britt Daniel, Superchunk's Mac McCaughan, Ted Leo, Walkmen's Hamilton Leithauser, the Wrens' Charles Bissell, the Hold Steady's Craig Finn.
Interpol's newest full-length Marauder is out tomorrow. We've already heard "The Rover" and "Number 10," and today they're sharing the album’s third single "If You Really Love Nothing" and accompanying music video just in time for the album's release.
The Mountain Goats leader John Darnielle has always been a vocal and eloquent fan of death metal. I once asked him why he never tried to play it himself, and he answered that he simply could never be a good enough musician, that death metal musicians are the types who will sit around playing classical…
Last week, Death Cab For Cutie released their latest album, Thank You For Today, and the band has been making the promotional rounds for it, appearing on late-night shows and stopping by the SiriusXM studios, where they covered Richard Swift's "Most Of What I Know," off the musician's 2006 album Dressed Up For The Letdown.
Deerhoof are big fans of the Shining. Today the San Francisco art-punks are announcing their forthcoming tribute Deerhoof Plays The Music Of The Shining and sharing the haunting single "Midnight, The Stars And You."
Got some spare money? Get a snap out of it... Arctic Monkeys' Alex TurnerArctic Monkeys have announced details of a charity auction to win 12 limited edition prints, personally signed by the band. The prints, which were taken by Zackery Michael, capture the band during the recording and touring of their acclaimed latest album ‘Tranquil...
The premiere of Dancing With The Stars' 27th season (wow!) aired tonight on ABC. We care because Tinashe is one of this season's contestants. On tonight's episode, she danced jive alongside professional dancer Brandon Armstrong to a cover of Meghan Trainor's "I'm A Lady" and earned the highest score of the night. Congrats, Tinashe! Back…
The lads pulled out another classic for their home crowd Alex Turner onstage in SheffieldArctic Monkeys surprised fans with a stripped-back performance of ‘A Certain Romance’ during the final show of their hometown stint last night (September 22). Check out a clip of the moment below. Read More: The Arctic Monkeys from High ...
It's continuing the 'Tranquility Base...' vibesArctic Monkeys live at The O2, LondonArctic Monkeys have released their very own take on a 2004 track from songwriter Stephen Fretwell. The cover, which is known only as ‘-‘, was recorded by the band for a new Spotify Singles session. The new offering was revealed on Spotify late...
Literate bar-rock legends the Hold Steady have been releasing a whole lot of music lately, even if it's been more than four years since Teeth Dreams, their last proper album. This year, they've been cranking out a steady diet of double-A-sided singles. First, there was "Entitlement Crew" b/w "A Snake In The Shower." And then…
Hyperliterate indie-rock veterans the Decemberists put out their synth-heavy new album I'll Be Your Girl earlier this year. And earlier today, they took it to CBS This Morning, performing anthemic early single "Once In My Life" for the show's long-running Saturday Sessions series. Sadly, they didn't bring the really tall guy from the music video...
"Me and peas have had no relationship for decades"Richard Ashcroft/ The Coral's Nick Power liveThe Coral have taken aim at Richard Ashcroft  – with a hilarious spoof of the Verve musician’s recent drugs denial. Check out the video below. Read More: Richard Ashcroft thinks he’s the only solo act that can support Oasis Over...
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