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At this point, the best reason to look forward to a new Bruce Springsteen album might be the Springsteen-themed episodes of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon that will inevitably follow. Last time around,…   Read Story »
The silky, restrained British trio London Grammar walks a line between synthpop and R&B that suggests, say, the xx if they spent a year straight listening to nothing but Sade. (They also collaborated…   Read Story »
Just like in last week's video for "Stranger To Happiness," Sharon Jones, in the wake of beating cancer, delivered a fantastic performance on Fallon last Friday. You can watch her play the previously…   Read Story »
More than a year ago, the New York-via-Texas DIY band Parquet Courts self-released Light Up Gold, their excellent debut album. It's a long way from there to a network-television late-night spot, but…   Read Story »
Today, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks release Wig Out At Jagbag's, the first big, important indie rock album of the new years. And last night, they appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to perform…   Read Story »
Christmastime has given us some classic Saturday Night Live episodes over the years. This past weekend's show, hosted by ex-cast member and future Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon, was not one of the…   Read Story »
"Fairytale Of New York," the 1987 duet from the Pogues and Kirsty MacColl, is the best Christmas song ever recorded, and I will not hear any arguments to the contrary. Last night, a roots-music…   Read Story »
The beloved West Coast psych-goth-folkies Mazzy Star made their grand return this year with Seasons Of Your Day, their first album in 17 years. In turn, last night on Fallon they made their first TV…   Read Story »
Sleigh Bells came into this world as a two-piece and played amazing shows for a couple of years as a two-piece, so it'll always be weird to see them expanding that roster further and further. On Late…   Read Story »
While last week's Gagathon was hit or miss, Saturday Night Live should get back on track with a trio of comedic actors returning to host the show's final episodes of 2013. Paul Rudd's up 12/7 with…   Read Story »