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The Black Keys are releasing Turn Blue next week -- it's streaming now! -- and as monstrously successful rock bands are wont to do, they've just announced a North American arena tour that will…   Read Story »
The Long Island PS22 children's choir have long been music blog darlings for their enthusiastic covers of artists including Ariel Pink and Tame Impala. Now they've taken a crack at St. Vincent's…   Read Story »
Spring has finally sprung, which means what remains of the traditional network TV season is winding down, and with it the 39th season of Saturday Night Live. As such, the show announced its hosts and…   Read Story »
Last night, the surviving members of Nirvana made a surprising and awesome decision. On their way into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, those members played the ceremony, with a succession of badass…   Read Story »
So the 2014 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony happened at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, and this year, it's relevant to your interests! As you might have heard, Nirvana were inducted by…   Read Story »
Yesterday marked 20 years since the death of Kurt Cobain. Last night St. Vincent paid tribute to the Nirvana leader during her show at Chicago's Riviera with a cover of "Lithium." Watch fan-captured…   Read Story »
Annie Clark has a long history of collaborating with Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein -- it started with the music video for "Laughing With A Mouth Of Blood" and she's shown up on Portlandia two…   Read Story »
Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington, as Darkside, have released a tremendous remix of St. Vincent's "Digital Witness." What once was a sproingy art-funk excursion has been repurposed as a futuristic…   Read Story »
Annie Clark has been through Portlandia before to model a sexy new police uniform, and as promised, she's back on IFC's indie-rock-friendly sketch show for Season 4. Below, in a preview of this…   Read Story »
St. Vincent's much-loved new self-titled album is out in the world now, and now a few associated tracks are finding their way to the internet. The zippy and lively "Del Rio," for instance, is a…   Read Story »