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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 »
Earlier this month, the Australian dance-rockers Cut Copy released their very good new album Free Your Mind. And last night, they were the musical guests on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, where they…   Read Story »
Johnny Marr's headlining tour hits NY this weekend, and in advance of the concert he returned to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon yesterday to perform The Messenger's "Generate! Generate!" along with…   Read Story »
M.I.A. stopped by 6A last night to perform "Come Walk With Me" with the Roots, but not before talking to Jimmy Fallon about the time she embarrassed herself in front of them at a Japanese club. It's…   Read Story »
When D.C. postpunk greats the Dismemberment Plan first reunited nearly three years ago, one of their first stops was Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, which was a fun headfuck for anyone who'd seen them…   Read Story »
Last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, two important Canadian duos came together. Montreal synth-funkers Chromeo were there to play "Sexy Socialite," the new single from their forthcoming album…   Read Story »
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon has been celebrating "Pearl Jam Week" all week. We've already seen video of the band playing "Sirens" on Thursday night, now check out a performance of "Lightning Bolt"…   Read Story »
It's been Pearl Jam week all week long on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, and we've seen luminaries like Chris Cornell, Robin Pecknold, and Dierks Bentley cover the band. On last night's show, we got…   Read Story »