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Last night on The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert played host to handsome whistling man Stephen Colbert, receiving the coveted Colbert Bump in the process. Bird, you will be unsurprised to learn,…   Read Story »
On the heels of Jack White's new album announcement as well as the unveiling of Blunderbuss's first single "Love Interruption," we thought it was time to revisit the hits -- not the literal ones,…   Read Story »
If you're going to walk into The Colbert Report with a giant red Brillo-pad wig on, you should expect to become a target. When Björk stopped by the show last night, Colbert could've justifiably…   Read Story »
DVR alert! As previously reported, Björk will bring her Biophilia live show, which blew Scott and Amrit's minds in Iceland last year, to New York for a 10-show run that starts Friday. And now…   Read Story »
For the past week, the internet has been a party to an entertainingly dumb debate about the exact definition of the archaic hip-hop term "illin'," which was an answer in Saturday's New York Times…   Read Story »
The Black Keys should already feel comfortable on the Colbert Report stage; they were there earlier this year to clown themselves for having so many damn songs in TV commercials. Last night, they…   Read Story »
Last night's guest on The Colbert Report was Tinariwen, "from a North African nomadic tribe, which means they're always on tour." (Also: "Our guests tonight are a North African refugee band, so their…   Read Story »
The musical guest on last night's Colbert Report was art-rock genius and production mastermind Brian Eno. During his interview with Colbert, he laughed a lot and did the Montgomery Burns finger-tent…   Read Story »
Last night, Coldplay were guests on The Colbert Report. Chris Martin, wearing some absurd sneakers and a weird splash of paint on his wrist, sat down with Colbert himself, mostly laughing at…   Read Story »
Way the hell back in 1998, underground-rap leading lights Mos Def and Talib Kweli teamed up to record the collaborative album Mos Def And Talib Kweli Are Black Star. They've both stayed plenty busy…   Read Story »