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Though some health and financial woes may keep Cat Power from continuing her tour, that didn't stop Chan Marshall from hitting Conan last night. She performed Sun standout "Cherokee" and you can…   Read Story »
On last night's episode of Conan, the former Fleet Foxes percussionist J. Tillman, in his Father John Misty guise, acted as musical guest. In singing his Fear Fun single "Nancy From Now On," Tillman…   Read Story »
Last month, we saw former Hüsker Dü/Sugar frontman and general all-around indie-punk deity Bob Mould utterly wrecking shit on Letterman. Last night, we got an encore of sorts, and Mould once again…   Read Story »
This is Kendrick Lamar's coronation week, with his simply staggering new album Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City on a fast train into the public consciousness. And last night -- the night after the album hit…   Read Story »
Last night Ty Segall took to Conan to shred through Twins cut "Thank God For Sinners" for his late night television debut (he's already mastered the local morning news circuit). Watch it…   Read Story »
M. Ward's new video for "Me And My Shadow" features a poisonous relationship between a manager and a teen star, which in turn paves the way for a rogue rescue operation from a (braces-adorning) fan.…   Read Story »
Last night, Tegan & Sara went on Conan to air out their latest single, the dance-y jam "Closer." They last played on Conan's program in 2009; some things have changed since then! Watch their…   Read Story »
The Shins served as musical guests on last's night's episode of Conan, turning in a sparkling rendition of the percussive Port Of Morrow album track "No Way Down." And as an online bonus, they also…   Read Story »
Band Of Horses aren't exactly the type of band to play different songs when they show up on different late-night TV shows, even ones within a week of each other. Last week, they were on Letterman,…   Read Story »
Last night, Animal Collective, who don't exactly spend a ton of time on the late-night talk-show rounds, came through Conan and played their frantically dubby Centipede Hz single "Today's…   Read Story »