Alabama Shakes knew right away that their second album was going to take them down a strange new path. The first track the band laid down for Sound & Color (out April 21st) was "Gemini," a six-minute slow-crawl mood piece that sounds more like Sly Stone's There's a Riot Goin'...
Photo by Vanessa Heins Father John Misty has announced an extension to his current tour. It will take him around the world this summer and fall, in support of his recent I Love You, Honeybear. He'll hit various festivals and open for Alabama Shakes. Show More Summary
The New Pornographers band member to hit Northside Festival and play alongside Alabama Shakes.
Alabama Shakes have shared a new song from their upcoming album, Sound & Color. It’s… Read more articles like "New: Alabama Shakes – “Future People”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post New: Alabama Shakes – “Future People” appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
An incredibly groovy number taken from the band's forthcoming LP, Sound & Color.
With its highly anticipated second album, this band of small-town misfits finally has a ticket out — not that they would ever leave.
Alabama Shakes gave a taste of what to expect from their forthcoming album during a high energy show last weekend. [ more › ]
photo: The Cribs at Bowery Ballroom in 2008 (more by Tim Griffin) You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... D'Angelo and the Vanguard @ Best Buy Theatre Neo-soul great...
Roots rockers showcase their new single "Don't Wanna Fight".
Your new music round-up for the week of March 2, featuring the follow-up to "Call Me Maybe," a stirring performance by Alabama Shakes, and more. Get caught up on the new music from this past week and find out what's coming for the week ahead in just one minute. Show More Summary
Including dates with Father John Misty, Strand of Oaks, and Courtney Barnett.
Mumford & Sons' traveling festival Gentlemen of the Road returns this year, with a stopover not far from NYC in Seaside Heights, NJ on June 5 & 6 with The Flaming Lips, Alabama Shakes, The Vaccines, The Maccabees, Dawes,...
Alabama Shakes - Don't Wanna Fight (Live on SNL) Last night, Alabama Shakes rocked 30 Rock...
HearYa session alums tore SNL apart with two new tracks, “Don’t Wanna Fight” and “Gimme All Your Love,” off their upcoming album Sound & Color. It will be out on April 21st via ATO. To think it was just a mere three years since they graced the HearYa studios for a session. In case you [...]
We've known for two weeks now that not only was Dakota Johnson hosting, but that we'd have plenty of references to her starring role in the film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey. Johnson mentioned it during #SNL40, and all of the promos leaned on the source material's S&M/T&A. I cannot help but remember, however, […]
After a few weeks off the air to focus on the SNL 40th Anniversary Special (and subsequent hangover), Saturday Night Live returned to its proper night yesterday with host Dakota Johnson and musical guest Alabama Shakes. [ more › ]
This week's episode of Saturday Night Live with host Dakota Johnson and musical guest Alabama Shakes averaged a 1.9 adults 18-49 rating
Goosebumps, all around.
Roots rockers perform "Don't Wanna Fight" and "Gimme All Your Love".
“I’m not an actor, I’m a [movie/TV] star!” For all her Fifty Shades Of Grey currency, Dakota Johnson made her best impression yet as the co-lead of the undeservedly short-lived sitcom Ben And Kate, where her winsome charms as a capable...Show More Summary