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The alliance between Disclosure and Mary J. Blige isn't anything anyone could've predicted, but it's been yielding awesome things for the better part of a year now. Blige showed up on a new version…   Read Story »
People within the metal underground are always worrying that their scene is getting too friendly or commercialized. And to those people, I say: Don't you want to see a bunch of face-tatted…   Read Story »
Sharon Van Etten stopped by Jimmy Kimmel on Friday night to perform two songs from her fantastic new album Are We There. She did emotional and low-key performances of "Tarifa" and "Break Me." You can…   Read Story »
The former Hüsker Dü/Sugar frontman Bob Mould is a punk rock legend, and it turns out that he's also really, really great at performing on late-night TV talk shows. Remember when he ripped through…   Read Story »
It's hard to believe that, despite kicking around the blog world for over a year and releasing two EPs, Banks didn't make her TV debut until last night on Kimmel to promote her upcoming debut…   Read Story »
"Latch," Disclosure's first single from debut album Settle, was released in the UK on 10/08/12 -- about 21 months ago. The album itself came out 05/31/13 -- about 14 months ago. And when we named…   Read Story »
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers just released their new album Hypnotic Eye, and it's about to be their first-ever #1. That's probably not why Jimmy Kimmel Live made a big deal about featuring the…   Read Story »
Hey, remember Self? No. No, you probably don't. You're probably too young. It's OK; I'll fill you in. Self was the project of the Tennessee-based Matt Mahaffey, and he built himself up a serious cult…   Read Story »
Recently, a large collection of explicit love letters written by Warren G. Harding was released by the Library Of Congress, and it's become a popular late-night TV talking point. Jimmy Kimmel invited…   Read Story »
Last year, the California production duo Classixx released Hanging Gardens, one of those dance albums that doesn't make a huge impression the first time you hear it but which sticks around, sounding…   Read Story »