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Conan O'Brien, with his pompadour and his longtime Jack White homeboy status, has always come across as something of a garage rock head. So I imagine he was amped when garage snot-lord King Tuff was…   Read Story »
Still lightly frostbitten from their brief affair with a Buffalo snowstorm, Interpol made an appearance on Conan last night to perform El Pintor track "My Desire." This is their fourth late-night…   Read Story »
For tUnE-yArDs, "Water Fountain" isn't just the stickiest song from the 2014 album Nikki Nack. It's also the name of Merrill Garbus' group's new nonprofit fund, which raises money to assist with…   Read Story »
The Decemberists stopped by Conan last night to perform "Make You Better," the lead single from their forthcoming new album What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World. The last time the band…   Read Story »
In the never-ending curious case of Radiohead, you have a slew of their most iconic songs out there -- beloved, covered, cited. Songs that have little to nothing to do with them now, whether they're…   Read Story »
Real Estate's remarkably pleasant album Atlas is something like eight months old now. But that thing has legs, and it makes sense that they're still in the late-night musical-guest roundtable. Last…   Read Story »
Sylvan Esso were the musical guest on last night's episode of Conan. The duo's airy and tip-toeing synth arrangements were a good fit for the small Conan stage, backed by a simple but elegant…   Read Story »
First Aid Kit came all the way from Sweden to bring their brand of blustery folk-pop to Conan last night. They performed the title track from their third studio album, Stay Gold, which was released…   Read Story »
The Flaming Lips are making the late-night rounds for their new Sgt. Pepper's tribute album, With A Little Help From My Fwends. They did "With A Little Help From My Friends" and "Lucy In The Sky With…   Read Story »
Bleachers played "Rollercoaster" from their debut album, Strange Desire, on last night's Conan, and they brought out a bunch of little kids (Lil Bleachers!) that were wearing identical clothes to…   Read Story »