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Kings Of Leon's sixth studio LP Mechanical Bull is out in September and the band will support its release by performing the next AMEX Unstaged live webcast. The performance will take place at famed…   Read Story »
Kings Of Leon is the next AMEX Unstaged artist and their live webcast will be directed by SNL alum Fred Armisen. The broadcast, which will stream live via both Vevo and YouTube, airs on 8/9 from the…   Read Story »
The new Queens Of The Stone Age album ...Like Clockwork came out a few weeks ago, and there's a decent chance you've already bought a copy; it gave the band their first-ever Billboard #1. You may,…   Read Story »
The 17th Annual Webby Awards went down last night at Wall Street's cavernous Cipriani's. Hosted by Patton Oswalt, the ceremony featured a performance by Tanlines, who played their song "All Of Me,"…   Read Story »
It seems Fred Armisen is leaving Saturday Night Live. In addition to two epic Kanye West performances, last night's episode featured a super-group of indie rock stars joining Armisen on stage for…   Read Story »
A couple weeks back, soon after the passing of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, we were introduced to Ian Rubbish & The Bizarros, via the SNL sketch History Of Punk. The fictional…   Read Story »
Roseland Ballroom is up on 52nd St. in Manhattan, about 40 blocks higher than most indie rock bands ever venture. But in an amusing case of geographic razzmatazz, last night it hosted uptown's most…   Read Story »
In real life, the Sex Pistols were no fans of Margaret Thatcher, but in the wake of the former prime minister's passing, this weekend's SNL re-imagined a world in which Johnny Rotten (or a thinly…   Read Story »
Last night, a motley crew of stage and screen stars paid tribute to newly resurgent pop legend Prince at NYC's Carnegie Hall. Among the performers: D'Angelo, the Waterboys, Elvis Costello, Chris…   Read Story »
Last night, SNL/Portlandia's Fred Armisen played a solo show at Bowery Ballroom in NYC. He was joined by a grip of friends, including Marnie Stern, Les Savy Fav's Tim Harrington, and Leigh Nash,…   Read Story »