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Defense comes up big for Alabama Crimson Tide once again

When Alabama couldn’t shake Texas A&M in a battle of unbeaten, top-10 teams, it was Jonathan Allen’s scoop-and-score defensive touchdown that effectively brushed aside the latest would-be challenger.  What else?  A star defensive end, Allen returned a fumble 30 yards for a touchdown in the final...

No. 1 Alabama shakes off No. 6 Texas A&M to flex SEC dominance

Nick Saban now takes his 8-0 record into the bye week, with really only two tests left.        

Of Empires - Baby Darlin' Sugar

Sounds like: MIllions, Alabama Shakes, Saint Motel Song: Of Empires - Baby Darlin' Sugar What's so good? If you've been craving some classic British rock and roll, then you've certainly come to the right place. Brighton quartet Of Empires...Show More Summary

Tim Kaine Calls Himself “Lil Kaine” After Listening to Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne’s “No Problem”

Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Senator Tim Kaine, is a big music fan. He’s revealed his love of the Replacements (namely, Let It Be), as well as David Bowie, Alabama Shakes, Lucy Dacus, and others. Kaine is also an avid harmonica player, and like any great musician, he deserves a moniker. Show More Summary

John Legend Enlists Chance the Rapper, Miguel, Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard for New Album

Last night, John Legend released a new song called “Love Me Now.” It’s the first track from his upcoming album Darkness & Light. Along with releasing the song, Legend took to Facebook Live to answer a few fan questions. He revealed that Chance the Rapper, Miguel, Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard, and Kamasi Washington will feature on the new album. Show More Summary

Jaala - Junior Spirit

Sounds like: Hiatus Kaiyote, Alabama Shakes, Joanna Newsom Song: Jaala - Junior Spirit What's so good? Melbourne's Jaala has returned with "Junior Spirit," following on from last year's debut album Hard Hold.  Vocalist, guitarist and...Show More Summary

Tim Kaine Shouts Out Lucy Dacus, David Bowie, Alabama Shakes

Earlier this summer, it was revealed that Tim Kaine–Hillary Clinton’s running mate–is a Replacements fan. He said that their 1984 record Let It Be is one of his favorite albums. For good measure, he also said he loves Bob Dylan’s “Buckets...Show More Summary

Jim James Announces New Solo Album Eternally Even

My Morning Jacket’s Jim James has announced his second solo project, Eternally Even, out later this fall. The album, produced by James himself and Fiona Apple/Jenny Lewis/Alabama Shakes collaborator Blake Mills, is more political than any of his music up to this point. That it will be released during the final week of frenzied buildup […]

Jim James Announces Second Solo Album ‘Eternally Even’ – Announces Tour

Defying categorization, James’ second solo project, Eternally Even, co-produced by Blake Mills (Alabama Shakes) and Jim James, is a heart-thumping call to action. The timing of its release, smack in the middle of election season, is no accident. Show More Summary

Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard shows how they make clear vinyl albums

last monthHumor / odd : Boing Boing

This delightful tour of how the United Record Pressing plant in Nashville makes clear vinyl albums is narrated by Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes. (more…)

Music Midtown 2016: How to buy tickets, how to get to Piedmont Park, full schedule

You might notice a few changes with Music Midtown this weekend. Most notably, there’s a younger cast of artists — including Twenty One Pilots, Deadmau5, DNCE, Leon Bridges, Logic and Alabama Shakes — spread among the...

Music Midtown 2016: 8 artists to catch at festival this weekend

Whether your musical interests fall in the pounding electronic beats of Deadmau5 or the rootsy yowls of Alabama Shakes, the 2016 installment of Music Midtown should at least pique your curiosity. The two-day festival...

‘Transparent’ Season 3 Trailer: Warmth and Dysfunction Abound, of Course

“When one person in a family transitions, everyone transitions” says Judith Light’s character Shelly Pfefferman in the exquisite (but really: Alabama Shakes’ “Sound and Color” sets a lulling tone that turns each character into an oil painting) first trailer for Transparent‘s third season. The line is perfect: this has always seemed the thesis of Jill Soloway’s show, […]

Kurt Vile, Alabama Shakes, Low Cut Connie, Old Crow Medicine Show Highlight XPoNential Music Festival

The 2016 XPoNential Music Festival Sponsored by Subaru took place July 22-24, 2016 at BB&T Pavilion in Camden, NJ. Featured artists included White Denim,The Suffers,Colvin & Earle, Kurt Vile and the Violators, The Record Company, The...Show More Summary

Panorama 2016, more day 1 pics & review (Arcade Fire, Alabama Shakes, Broken Social Scene, more)

Friday got the momentum rolling with a performance from hip hop DJ and producer Madlib, who's worked with MF Doom, Kanye West, Freddie Gibbs, and countless others. He of course had plenty of material to pull from on Friday, and the crowd was excited to hear all of it... Continue reading…

Alabama Shakes, Middle Brother, Phil Cook And More Close Newport Folk Festival 2016 On High Note (REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Peace flowed freely out of Fort Adams for the final day of Newport Folk Festival, which began traditionally, with gospel music pouring off the Fort stage and out into the crowd. The Berkelee Gospel Choir eased festival-goers into the...Show More Summary

Panorama sets streaming on SiriusXM

Hear sets from Alabama Shakes, The National, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Run the Jewels, Major Lazer, Foals, White Lung, Silversun Pickups, Sufjan Stevens and more, Continue reading…

XPoNential Music Festival live-streaming this weekend (Father John Misty, Mavis Staples, Alabama Shakes & more)

For those of you who can't make it out to NJ, WXPN is live-streaming a bunch of the artists over the course of he weekend. Continue reading…

Stream: Breanna Barbara’s bluesy, sweat-soaked new album Mirage Dreams

Alabama Shakes producer Andrija Tokic works his magic alongside another Southern treasure.

Forecastle 2016 Festival Review: The 10 Best Performances

Alabama Shakes, Bully, and Death Cab for Cutie towered over Louisville's Waterfront Park.

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