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In the seriously awesome video for White Women jam "Old 45's," Chromeo flirt with a sexy brunette and kick it with HAIM at an old-fashioned dive bar before Jon Heder shows up -- apparently in…   Read Story »
Haim have allegedly started work on their follow-up to last year's highly rated debut album Days Are Gone, which -- and this seems crazy to me -- isn't even a year old yet. So although the album…   Read Story »
This was generally a busy week, music-video-wise, but the biggest stories were two flashy, conversation-starting pop videos that seemed to represent two different sides of an ideological divide, even…   Read Story »
We warned you that it was coming, and now it's here: HAIM's ridiculous and cameo-packed video for the Days Are Gone highlight "My Song 5." The video turns out to be for the remixed A$AP Ferg version…   Read Story »
"My Song 5" is an anomaly on HAIM's great debut album Days Are Gone: A seesawing, fearsome almost-dubstep digital-bass attack. Honestly, I'm surprised it hasn't become a single yet; it does, after…   Read Story »
Nearly 200 years ago, back when the shoreline dunes of San Francisco were considered uninhabitable, they came to be known as the Outside Lands -- terrain fit only for the bravest pioneers. These days…   Read Story »
The Killers will close out Outside Lands tonight in San Francisco, and they showed up a day early to play a relatively intimate gig at the Independent. Haim played Outside Lands yesterday, and since…   Read Story »
More than most North American cities, Montreal gets it right when it comes to hosting music festivals. Fortunate enough to have a setting like Parc Jean-Drapeau, located in the heart of the city, a…   Read Story »
In the past few weeks of her Sound Advice video series, SNL cast member Vanessa Bayer, in the guise of media coach Janessa Slater, has given terrible advice to Drake, TV On The Radio, Tegan And Sara,…   Read Story »
HAIM's debut album Days Are Gone is nine months old now, and it hasn't remotely stopped sounding amazing. The album's biggest curveball remains "My Song 5," with its gigantic seesawing almost-dubstep…   Read Story »