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Saturday Night Live cast member Vanessa Bayer has a fun sideline going with her Sound Advice video series, in which she plays a media coach who gives terrible advice and free-floating insults to…   Read Story »
This past weekend, New York City hosted the annual Governors Ball, whose 10 Best Sets we counted down for you right here. Photographer Luis Ruiz was on site to document the festival for Stereogum,…   Read Story »
Did you know that Jesse Cohen, percussionist in Brooklyn-based indie band Tanlines, has a podcast called No Effects? The description of said podcast reads: "From one of the people who brought you…   Read Story »
The 17th Annual Webby Awards went down last night at Wall Street's cavernous Cipriani's. Hosted by Patton Oswalt, the ceremony featured a performance by Tanlines, who played their song "All Of Me,"…   Read Story »
The common refrain about Coachella dictates: "It's not about the music, man, it's about the festival experience." With the dance/sex tents in full swing, dozens of corporate-sponsored hideaways at…   Read Story »
SpaceGhostPurrp doesn't really scream Sunday brunch hour entertainment, but he and his crew Raider Klan were one of the acts to kick off Day 3 of Coachella. Yet, he, Key Nyata, and the whole lot of…   Read Story »
Coachella Weekend 1 strikes tomorrow! If you’re heading out to Indio for the festival, we know you’re probably intending to check out Blur, Phoenix, the Postal Service, and many of the other…   Read Story »
Last week, in conjunction with the Creators Project, Tanlines released an interactive version of their video for "Not The Same." The clip takes on the same concept as their original, with multiple…   Read Story »
Last night, the Brooklyn duo Tanlines made their late-night TV debut, playing their great synthpop single "All Of Me" on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Watch the performance below. (via the Audio…   Read Story »
Tanlines keeps the string of great videos alive with their new clip for "Not The Same," a visual where the band's Eric and Jesse go all Multiplicity on everyone. The band directs. Watch it…   Read Story »