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Last night, the great Vancouver duo Japandroids played a show in Charlottesville, about five minutes from my house. (I didn't go, couldn't bring myself to miss NBA Finals game seven, but skipping the…   Read Story »
After a long weekend spent gracing multiple stages at Bonnaroo, My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James remained on his grind last night, serving as the musical guest on the Late Show With David…   Read Story »
With "Falling" and now "Forever," sisterly act Haim are on some other shit, nailing a strain of soulful, syncopated, and clean LA studio pop with just the right touch of fashion, finesse, and…   Read Story »
Last night, Queens Of The Stone Age became the latest band to participate in the Late Show With David Letterman's Live On Letterman concert series, playing an entire hour-long show in Letterman's…   Read Story »
So many great late-night performances last night! We've already posted Savages on Fallon, Divine Fits on Conan, and Disclosure on Jools Holland. And now here's the footage of Local Natives, in all…   Read Story »
The members of the National are gracefully-aging Midwestern-transplanted New Yorkers who wear suits a lot, and the same is also true of David Letterman. They're a natural fit for one another. Today,…   Read Story »
Last month, Kurt Vile released his fifth studio album Wakin on A Pretty Daze via Matador. In support of its release, Vile and his band stopped by Late Show With David Letterman last night to play…   Read Story »
James Blake is a marvel for his alchemical ability to make dour and skeletal, glum-electro music telegenic, though the real reason to watch any Letterman performance is for David's response at the…   Read Story »
When you put the words "Phoenix" and "Letterman" together, most people are automatically going to think of this. Last night, though, it meant something much less squirmy, as the elegantly whimsical…   Read Story »
There are many questionable things about Snoop's fake patois-drenched reboot as roots-reggae uplifter Snoop Lion -- and perhaps, per the NYT, tapping fellow Caribbean appropriators Major Lazer to…   Read Story »