When most people think of Russia, rock music is not something that comes to mind. For many, the amount of Russian bands they know could be counted on less than one hand, and for most on less than one finger. However, the five-piece band...Show More Summary
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Danish pop singer MØ played the final show of her UK tour last night at the Roundhouse in London. While she was singing her cover of the Spice Girls’ “Say You’ll Be There” during the encore, actual Spice Girl Melanie C, aka Sporty Spice, joined her onstage, turning the performance into a duet. Watch below. […]
The 2016 election is right around the corner, and many celebrities are giving one final push for the candidate of their choice. Mostly, that means stuff like Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry campaigning for Hillary in college dorms. But, as Billboard points out, it also means former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic making the rounds to […]
Today is the one-year anniversary of the release of Joanna Newsom's excellent fourth album Divers, and in celebration of that, she's released an outtake from the album's sessions. Continue reading…
Benedict Cumberbatch, who's starring in the upcoming Doctor Strange movie, will host the episode. Continue reading…
Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party airs November 7 on VH1.
Indie pop duo Mates of State played a one-off NYC show at Rough Trade. With no new record to plug (last year's You're Going to Make It EP is their most recent), it was a low-pressure, high enegy set which included "Staring Contest," "Rearrange Us," "Get Better" and a cover of Nico's "These Days... Continue reading…
A cry for human decency in this election season highlights its director's best and worst.
Google just launched their new Pixel smartphone, and, of course, the launch of any product comes with lots of ads. Ads often come with music, and in the case of Google Pixel, they come with some pretty good music! One commercial is soundtracked by Lou Reed’s “Walk On The Wild Side,” another by Django Django’s […]
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Metallica played at Neil Young’s all-acoustic Bridge School Benefit concert in Mountain View, California last night. Young himself performed with Roger Waters and My Morning Jacket, and he also joined Metallica for a cover of Buffalo Springfield’s “Mr. Soul.” Watch that plus Metallica’s acoustic rendition of the Clash’s “Clampdown” below.
Tune in November 5th for the Benedict Cumberbatch-hosted show.
What's so good? I was not entirely prepared for what was about to happen when Anderson.Paak and his band The Free Nationals took the stage last night at The Fillmore in San Francisco. I was tired. There was a long line to get in, snaking around the block. Show More Summary
Phoenix Piano Trio performing Schumann at the Weston Library - photo Oxford Lieder Festival This year's Oxford Lieder Festival is focusing on Robert Schumann, performing his complete songs and much else besides. Threaded through theShow More Summary
Kanye West cares about awards shows more than anyone else on the planet. And he really, really cares about the Grammys. He’s already threatened to boycott the Grammys unless the Grammy people promise him Album Of The Year and threatened to boycott the Grammys unless the Grammy people help him fix the Grammys, and now […]
Always Watch Your Back.