Ryan Adams was a musical guest on last night’s episode of “Late Late Show With James Corden.” He performed “Do You Still Love Me?” from Prisoner. Watch the performance below. Adams has also announced that he’s selling a signature Prisoner guitar pedal in collaboration with Reverb. Show More Summary
Lupe Fiasco was the musical guest on last night’s episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” He performed “Jump” from DROGAS Light, alongside Gizzle. Watch the performance below.
When it comes to mid-American big and loud Neil Young & Crazy Horse worship in 1988, no one quite nailed it like this song did by Soul Asylum. I saw them for the first time two years before this record came out. It was in Detroit and they were opening for Husker Du. Show More Summary
Dubai Events and Nightlife Blog | ClockOff Dubai Events and Nightlife Blog | ClockOff - Music & Entertainment, Dubai Nightlife and Events There are two types of people, one who likes to sleep at night and the other who likes to explore the Nightlife of the city. Show More Summary
Many of the things that Blues Control have done remind me of paintings of expansive landscapes. They don't do it with watercolor, acrylics, and oils though. They do it with sound. What are you listening to tonight?
Composer Hans Zimmer was the musical guest on last night’s episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Joined by a full orchestra, he performed his music from the nature documentary series “Planet Earth II.” Watch it all below. In April, Zimmer will head out on tour including appearances at Coachella.
Adele wasn’t the only big winner at “the biggest night in music” on Sunday—the late David Bowie’s Blackstar racked up five Grammys wins. Bowie’s final album, which proved to be as innovative as any of the works before it, received four...Show More Summary
Alexander Wang's Fall 2017 Ready-to-Wear collection debuted at New York Fashion Week late Saturday night in Harlem. The theater's vibe, music and aesthetics all perfectly complemented Wang's runway-take on New York street style. Models...Show More Summary
Rae Sremmurd were the musical guests on last night’s episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Backed by Jon Batiste and Stay Human, they performed “Black Beatles” from last year’s SremmLife 2. As Colbert pointed out, it was 53 years to the day since the Beatles made their live U.S. Show More Summary
Ty Segall wore a motherfucking cape on TV last night. That man is a superhero. The one-man garage-rock wrecking crew released a self-titled album a couple of weeks ago, and he served last night as the musical guest on Late Night With Seth Meyers. There, he played the shit out of "Break A Guitar," probably…
Ty Segall was the musical guest on last night’s episode of “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” Wearing a big, white cape, Segall was joined by Mikal Cronin, Charles Moothart, Emmett Kelly, and Ben Boye for the performance. Watch them play “Break a Guitar” from his new self-titled album below. Show More Summary
Word around the water cooler and social media today was abuzz about the big game last night. More than a few times the topic of the conversation was about the party they attended to watch the it. Some of the parties sounded fun...but not Brownsville Station fun. After all, they were the Kings of the Party! What are you listening to tonight?
One of the biggest sporting events in the world was TV today. I'm talking about the Puppy Bowl, of course. What are you listening to tonight?
This week’s episode of “SNL” was heavy on political commentary, with a handful of goofy concept sketches thrown into the mix for a little balance. The long-running late night comedy show proved they’ll be pulling no punches when it comes to President Trump’s administration, and they’re coming at him from every angle they can find, […]
Jeremih has shared the first release from his upcoming follow-up to last year’s Late Nights: Europe mixtape. It’s called “I Think of You,” and it features Big Sean and Chris Brown. Stream it below via Apple Music. The song samples Montell Jordan’s 2000 hit “Get It On Tonight.” Jeremih’s last album was 2015’s Late Nights: The Album. Show More Summary
It can't be easy for a band of two dudes to face the prospect of a late-night TV performance. But last night on Stephen Colbert's Late Show, Japandroids stepped the hell up. As the show's musical guests, Japandroids performed "Near To The Wild Heart Of Life," the title track from their great new album. And…
Japandroids were the musical guests on last night’s episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” They performed the title track from their new album Near to the Wild Heart of Life. Watch the performance below. Read Pitchfork’s feature, “Synths! Ballads! Acoustic Guitars! Welcome to Japandroids 2.0.” Watch Japandroids’ episode of “Over/Under” on Pitchfork.tv:
The creator and former star of Hamilton, the blockbuster Broadway musical that you wish you could afford tickets for, really knows how to capture emotion in song. Late last night, Lin-Manuel Miranda tweeted out a Spotify playlist toShow More Summary
"Burn Hollywood Burn" - Public Enemy Roamin' through Hollywood late at night/Red and blue lights what a common sight/Pulled to the curb gettin' played like a sucker/Don't fight the power the mother fucker "White, Discussion" - Live I talk of...
A sad yet familiar tale about the perils faced by a local, deeply loved musical institution