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After a way-too-long absence, Spoon will return to us later this summer with their new album They Want My Soul, and last night, they played two of the album's skeletal sidewinders on Jimmy Kimmel…   Read Story »
Next month, the British synth-funkateers Jungle will release their self-titled debut album. And last night, they brought their horn section, backing singers, slick harmonies, and studio-style mics to…   Read Story »
The Danish pop singer Karen Marie Ørsted, aka MØ, has been gaining more and more attention worldwide, whether due to her original music or her cover of a Spice Girls song. Now she's made her US TV…   Read Story »
Little Dragon recently put out Nabuma Rubberband and have been supporting it with some televised performances. Last night they stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to play the single "Klapp Klapp" and album…   Read Story »
Lykke Li has presence when she sings live, and that presence has only grown as she's become more mature as a songwriter and stopped covering "Can I Kick It?" Last night, she held down the big outdoor…   Read Story »
The reigning viral video of the week is this clip of an impromptu jam session that broke out among three strangers in front of a grocery store in Irving, Texas. The video has accumulated 10…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, Charli XCX linked up with the Atlanta-via-Australia rapper Iggy Azalea to sing the hook on Iggy's song "Fancy," which has since gone on to become Charli's first real American hit.…   Read Story »
Pharrell stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live (again) last night and did his thing. In fact, he did his thing three times over, performing a three-song set on Kimmel's enormous (by late-night standards)…   Read Story »
After his past 12 months of absolute dominance, Pharrell is now the type of pop star who gets to appear on late-night talk shows and do things other than perform his new single. Last night, Pharrell…   Read Story »
The last time Baltimore synthpop expressionists Future Islands did musical-guest duties on a late-night TV program, it was the Letterman performance that made them, more or less, famous. I don't know…   Read Story »