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While in L.A., the xx swung by Conan to perform their new single "Angels." Not surprisingly, they turn the lights down low for this one. Watch it below. (via the Audio Perv) Coexist is out…   Read Story »
El-P is a man who knows how to seize his moment. So when he rolled through Conan last night to promote his album of the year contender Cancer For Cure, he didn't just bark out a song with a couple of…   Read Story »
Last night, Big K.R.I.T. brought his vast reserves of energy to Conan, smashing his way through the Live From The Underground single "I Got This." It's a weird match of show and performer, but say…   Read Story »
White Rabbits took their Milk Famous cut "The Day You Won The War" to Conan last night, getting a little help from Conan's house band. Watch it below. Milk Famous is out now on tbd and…   Read Story »
Last night, Girls were the musical guests on Conan, playing "Love Like A River," one of many standouts from Stereogum's favorite album of last year, while wearing their finest thrift-store clothes.…   Read Story »
Record Store Day is Saturday 4/21, and Arctic Monkeys are waving the RSD flag with this performance of "R U Mine?" for Conan last night. The track is available on the vinyl holiday, Alex Turner's…   Read Story »
Last night on Conan, M. Ward served as musical guest. Ward performed "Primitive Girl," the single from his new album A Wasteland Companion. He and his band dressed up nice for the occasion, which is…   Read Story »
In January, SVE made her TV debut on Fallon; three months later she's laid down a confident, winning take on latest Tramp single "Leonard" for the benefit of Conan O'Brien. See her below with her…   Read Story »
On the heels of Jack White's new album announcement as well as the unveiling of Blunderbuss's first single "Love Interruption," we thought it was time to revisit the hits -- not the literal ones,…   Read Story »
On last night's episode of Conan, twisty indie-pop duo Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. came though to make their late-night TV debut. Dressed in nattily matching prom-night tuxes and Chucks, the band played a…   Read Story »