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We, as a society, have finally shaken off the grim specter of Jay Leno, who hosted his last Tonight Show last week. Jimmy Fallon will take over the institution and move it back to its original home…   Read Story »
On Friday night, Justin Vernon sat in with the Roots on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, doing a short and funkily reworked version of Bon Iver's "Woods" on the show. But as a treat for the live crowd,…   Read Story »
On Friday night, the guests on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon were David Beckham, Inside Comedy host David Steinberg, Busta Rhymes, and a whole mess of NFL players. But for many of us, the coolest…   Read Story »
ScHoolboy Q landed on our latest Best Songs Of The Week with "Break The Bank," but it was another Oxymoron cut, the Chromatics-sampling "Man Of The Year," that the Black Hippy rapper took to Late…   Read Story »
Last night, the groups behind two of last year's best albums showed up on American late-night TV. First, there was Vampire Weekend on Kimmel. Then, there was the two Lawrence brothers of Disclosure,…   Read Story »
Last night, Drake was on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, but he wasn't the musical guest. (That was Neon Trees, which yergh.) He was there for other reasons. Drake is hosting SNL tomorrow night, and so…   Read Story »
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 »