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In the June 2, 2012 issue of the NME, Kevin Shields said the long-awaited third album from My Bloody Valentine –- the first since 1991's classic Loveless –- is imminent. The UK mag quotes Shields…   Read Story »
Tebowie returned to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night, with a version of "Ziggy Stardust" detailing Tim Tebow's plight as the Broncos moved to acquire Peyton Manning. Oh, and how portentous…   Read Story »
Y'all might have heard that D'Angelo is back, but so far, his performances are flexing more muscle than anyone could have anticipated. In Paris' Le Zénith, D'Angelo covered David Bowie's "Space…   Read Story »
I know what you're going to say and, believe me, I was skeptical also, but I can actually sign off on this: Jimmy Fallon channels Bowie and Tim Tebow as TeBowie, in which he stages a dialogue between…   Read Story »
It's a new year, and every Thursday, we're going to be publishing a new list in this space. You guys like lists, right? Good! For our first one, we got to talking about Guided By Voices, who just…   Read Story »
Here we are with the Horrors, adepts of fashionable retro-rock synthesis, adeptly tackling Bowie's Ziggy Stardust wham-bam-thank-you-mammer for Channel 4's On Track... programme. It's a live take,…   Read Story »
Here's something we missed on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon the night before last. Fallon and guest Joseph Gordon-Levitt, apparently friends in real life, got together to sing karaoke and do…   Read Story »
The Shins have a new lineup, a new label (Columbia imprint Aural Apothecary), and a handful of new tunes that will appear on the band's long awaited, Greg Kurstin-produced fourth LP, due next year.…   Read Story »
It happened last night (4/14) at an after-party at Bar Secreto in Sao Paulo following the final show of the band's South American tour. Bono does "Psycho Killer" (with the assistance of Larry Mullen…   Read Story »
Instead of a punchline-filled sendup, Ferrell and Reilly (sorta) faithfully recreate David Bowie and Bing Crosby's "The Little Drummer Boy / Peace On Earth." It's mostly word-for-word, and outside…   Read Story »