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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 »
Way back in November, Franz Ferdinand released the video for their track "Bullet." The video features stylized footage of the band performing the song -- and now we've got some non-stylized footage…   Read Story »
The floppy-haired Australian dance-rockers Cut Copy are the sort of band who practically seem genetically engineered to play festival stages, and Jimmy Kimmel Live put them on one last night. Or,…   Read Story »
Now that his lovely singer-songwriterly album Morning Phase is out and his two Coachella sets are done, the Beck comeback is officially in full swing. Last night, he brought his single "Blue Moon" to…   Read Story »
Synth-funk duo Chromeo are getting ready to put out their new album, White Women, next month. Last week they shared a new song featuring Ezra Koenig, and before that they did one with Toro Y Moi.…   Read Story »
The London soul man Sam Smith served as musical guest on Saturday Night Live a couple of weeks ago, but we should probably regard that as just the beginning of his American promotional push. Last…   Read Story »