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Last month, Phantogram released their new album, Voices, which was preceded by singles "Black Out Days" and "Fall In Love." The band stopped by Letterman last night to play a song that wasn't…   Read Story »
Theatrical Baltimore new wave weirdos Future Islands are nearing the release of their 4AD debut Singles, and this morning they've got a new video and a Letterman performance to prove it. First,…   Read Story »
The inventive Gothenburg, Sweden pop group Little Dragon has been away for a little while, but they're back this spring with the new album Nabuma Rubberband. And last night, David Letterman -- who,…   Read Story »
Last week The Late Show featured a diverse group of artists covering the Beatles in honor of the 50th anniversary of their performance on the Ed Sullivan Show. We got the Flaming Lips and Sean Lennon…   Read Story »
David Letterman continued his week-long tribute to the Fab Four with a performance from the Flaming Lips, who were joined by Sean Lennon to cover "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds." Throughout the week,…   Read Story »
Eagulls, the Leeds punk band we first heard three years ago, will release their self-titled debut LP next month. Its current single "Possessed" was one of our 5 Best Songs Of The Week recently, and…   Read Story »
Everybody's celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Beatles' arrival in America, even us. But CBS is celebrating extra hard because they hosted the original Ed Sullivan Show broadcast that helped…   Read Story »
This week, the young god Miles Bowe took over the Album Of The Week column because he wanted to write about Actress's experimental electronic swan song Ghettoville. Miles wrote about it very well,…   Read Story »
Last week, Against Me! released Transgender Dysphoria Blues, the greatest and most purposeful rock album I'm heard in some time. Last night, the band played the Late Show With David Letterman, giving…   Read Story »
I have no idea how this is even possible, but Arctic Monkeys' collective swagger manages to grow deeper and stronger every time they appear on our computer screens. Last night, the Monkeys were…   Read Story »