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Earlier this year, the My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James released Regions Of Light And Sound Of God, his proper solo debut. And all year, he's been doing great work on the late-night circuit,…   Read Story »
Abel Tesfaye, bka the Weeknd, made his U.S. television debut last night on Kimmel. The Toronto singer and his backing band did an airy outdoor performance of "Pretty" from his first proper…   Read Story »
We wrote about the Brooklyn-based synth-pop duo Holy Ghost! last week in anticipation of their sophomore album Dynamics that was officially released today. Last night, the band appeared on Jimmy…   Read Story »
If you've been to a few big music festival in the past five or six years, you've probably seen the National play a huge outdoor stage like the one they played on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, and…   Read Story »
Jimmy Kimmel appears to be working on something resembling a beard, so it just makes sense that he'd devote a decent slice of his late-night show to swaggering stoner-rock. On last night's episode,…   Read Story »
Not too long ago, the L.A.-based bedroom-R&B duo Rhye kept themselves anonymous, surrounding themselves with a cloak of mystery. But now they're apparently comfortable enough to take the spotlight,…   Read Story »
Last night, Sam Beam brough Iron And Wine's lush and accessible indie-folk to the big outdoor stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live. And Beam rolled deep, bringing the biggest and most expansive backing band…   Read Story »
Sydney natives Empire of the Sun brought their theatrical brand of fantasy synth-pop to Jimmy Kimmel Live last night in Los Angeles. Appearing in support of their sophomore album Ice On The Dunes,…   Read Story »
The Lonely Island started as a video thing, and they've almost never taken their act to a stage -- any stage. Last night, however, they were musical guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they performed…   Read Story »
The day I realized I was on the slow and steady path to becoming an adult was when I stopped feeling shame about not knowing what someone else was talking about. Whether it's a book, or a band, or…   Read Story »