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Charli XCX continued her Sucker promotional tour with a stop by David Letterman where she played album closer "Need Ur Love." She was joined by Vampire Weekend's Rostam Batmanglij, who she wrote the…   Read Story »
Every year since 1986, David Letterman has invited Darlene Love to perform on the last show of the year before Christmas. Every year, she sings "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)," her Phil…   Read Story »
Anytime you go to a Wu-Tang Clan show, it's always interesting to see how many of the crew's nine members will actually show up. (The most I've ever seen is eight; the least is four.) This apparently…   Read Story »
TV On The Radio just put out their new album Seeds -- which we think is pretty good -- and they stopped by Letterman to perform "Happy Idiot" for the show. Tunde Adebimpe looks stylish in what…   Read Story »
Hiss Golden Messenger's winding, scraggly roots-rocker Lateness Of Dancers is one of those 2014 albums you should really make sure not to overlook. The North Carolina moaner M.C. Taylor did…   Read Story »
The Irish balladeer Damien Rice just made his big return with My Beautiful Faded Fantasy, his first album in eight years. And last night on Letterman, Rice served as musical guest, playing his grand…   Read Story »
Father John Misty is the musical guest on Letterman tonight, and his performance has turned up a little early. The folk-rocker sings a new song called "Bored In The USA," which he's been performing…   Read Story »
Run The Jewels capped off a very busy week with their network television debut, performing RTJ2 standout "Early" on Letterman with Boots, DJ Trackstar, and skeleton-faced backup singers in tow. It…   Read Story »
Perfume Genius brought "Queen" to Letterman last night. Rocking an all-white suit with a collar around his neck, Mike Hadreas gave a stunning performance for his late-night TV debut. His voice sounds…   Read Story »
Last night, Atlanta metal monsters Mastodon were the musical guests on the Late Show With David Letterman, and it is still weird to see these grimy motherfuckers on network TV. They played "The…   Read Story »