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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 »
Right now, the War On Drugs are embroiled in the bitterest alt-rock blood feud since Pavement/Smashing Pumpkins. (Somehow, though, both the War On Drugs and Sun Kil Moon are Pavement in this one,…   Read Story »
Just a little more than a month ago, Beck was a musical guest on Conan; he'd come through to cover George Harrison's solo song "Wah-Wah" as part of the show's George Harrison Week. Last night, Beck…   Read Story »
The New Pornographers were the musical guests on Conan last night. They performed Brill Bruisers single "Dancehall Dominae," which they recently put out a great video for. This was the band's first…   Read Story »
Ryan Adams has been touring with a full band lately, and nobody has been complaining. But the man does some of his best work when he's full-on solo acoustic, and that's basically the version of him…   Read Story »
Last night, an all-star cast of artists piled into L.A.'s Fonda Theatre to pay tribute to the late Beatle George Harrison. The event, George Fest, was a benefit for the Jameson Neighborhood Fund and…   Read Story »