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Last night, on the release date of his major label debut Long.Live.A$AP, A$AP Rocky debuted on the Late Show With David Letterman stage in as grand a fashion as possible. Rocky started out his…   Read Story »
Morrissey's song "Action Is My Middle Name" is a couple of years old now, but he hasn't gotten around to releasing it yet, since he hasn't found the right label for whatever new album he might have.…   Read Story »
Last night, Big Boi played musical guest on the Late Show With David Letterman, surging through "Apple Of My Eye," a rippling funk track from his new solo album Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors. Big…   Read Story »
Last night, downtown future-popper MNDR was David Letterman's musical guest. She brought a full string quintet along with her, as well as a percussionist and an electronic-gizmologist. Tom Cruise,…   Read Story »
Fresh off of walking away with this year's Best New Artist Gummy Award, DIIV made their network television debut last night with a "Doused." Dave gives DIIV a "Fantastic." Watch it below. (via…   Read Story »
As they did for Colbert and Jools, Grizzly Bear used their opportunity to interface directly with a nation's insomniacs/next-morning-video-embed-watchers with a performance of "Yet Again" from…   Read Story »
A couple of months ago, the new Britt Daniel/Dan Boeckner/Sam Brown supergroup Divine Fits made their triumphant late-night debut, playing the everliving shit out of the Daniel-sung single "Would…   Read Story »
Last night, Dirty Projectors brought their endlessly tricky chamber-pop to the stage at the Late Show With David Letterman, playing the Swing Lo Magellan single "About To Die" while the classical…   Read Story »
Soundgarden release their reunion album King Animal today, and they celebrated release date eve by appearing on the Late Show With David Letterman, stomping their way through the single "Been Away…   Read Story »
Messy San Franciscan garage punk Ty Segall is an unlikely recent entrant into the late-night musical-guest roundtable, and his thrashed-out tantrums will always look pretty incongruous on…   Read Story »