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Watch Florence Join The Rolling Stones In London

The Rolling Stones are in London playing a string of shows in celebration of the band's 50th anniversary, and last night the band brought out Florence Welch to wail on "Gimme Shelter." She obliged. Watch it below. More »

By: Corban Goble / November 30, 2012

The Rolling Stones – “Doom And Gloom” Video (Feat. Noomi Rapace) (NSFW)

It's tough to rationalize the existence of new Rolling Stones music in 2012, and it's even tougher to figure out what the hell is going on in the video for their new single "Doom And Gloom." As far as I can tell, the video captures the fever dreams of actress Noomi Rapace, as she… More »

By: Tom Breihan / November 21, 2012

The Rolling Stones – “One More Shot”

A little while back, the Rolling Stones unraveled a new song called "Doom And Gloom" which will be included on their forthcoming hit compilation GRRR!. Today they let go of another new swaggering rocker called "One More Shot." Hear it below. More »

By: Corban Goble / November 7, 2012

The Rolling Stones – “Doom And Gloom”

The Rolling Stones will be putting out the hits collection GRRR! in November, a release that will feature two new songs. Today, the first of those two songs debuted on BBC Radio 2, a hard-charging, catchy number called "Doom And Gloom." Hear it below. More »

By: Corban Goble / October 11, 2012

MGMT Cover The Rolling Stones’ “Angie”

MGMT haven't played a whole ton of shows lately; their Friday night set at Montreal's Osheaga festival was their first since April. But they've clearly been practicing hard in their time offstage. On Friday, the band covered the Rolling Stones' "Angie." It's not exactly easy to summon the gravitas required to do that song,… More »

By: Tom Breihan / August 6, 2012

The Rolling Stones Turn 50 Today

Fifty years ago today -- July 12, 1962 -- the Rolling Stones played their first show, at the Marquee Club in London. Back then, they were the Rollin' Stones. Mick and Keef were still teenagers. More »

By: Michael Nelson / July 12, 2012

The Walkmen – “Blue Turns To Grey” (Rolling Stones Cover)

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first Rolling Stones show ever -- 7/12/1962 -- BBC 6Music is running a series of programs during July to commemorate the occasion. They're having some of the station's favorite bands take on classic Rolling Stones tracks, so, without much further ado, here's the Walkmen's faithful cover… More »

By: Corban Goble / July 10, 2012

Watch Mick Jagger, Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters On SNL Season Finale

Saturday Night Live host and musical guest Mick Jagger got a hand from Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters, Jeff Beck, and the Strokes' Nikolai Fraiture when he performed on the show's 37th season finale last night. Arcade Fire (with Nikolai) backed the Rolling Stone on "The Last Time," and returned later with a medley of "She'… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / May 20, 2012

Dinowalrus – “Happy” (Feat. Patrick Stickles) (Rolling Stones Cover) (Stereogum Premiere)

For no particular reason, the Brooklyn trio Dinowalrus have corralled a buddy of theirs, Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles, into helping them out on a cover of the Rolling Stones classic Exile On Main Street rave-up "Happy." Their version is sloppy, drunk, and fun, as a Rolling Stones cover ideally should be. Download it… More »

By: Tom Breihan / May 11, 2012

Download Matthewdavid Jewelry EP

The texture-heavy but energetic bass music producer Matthewdavid has a new eight-song album called Jewelry that he's posted for free download, and it features the nifty twin-Rakims image you see above -- exactly the sort of thing I would've killed to have on my dorm-room wall. Below, grab the album opener "Gold Rope (Stones Flip),"… More »

By: Tom Breihan / March 6, 2012

The 13 Best Jack White Collaborations

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, unfortunately -- of White's wide-reaching, strange and prolific career so far. So, here's 13 of Jack White's most memorable… More »

By: Stereogum / February 2, 2012

Watch U2 Sing Bowie, Stones, Talking Heads

It happened last night (4/14) at an after-party at Bar Secreto in Sao Paulo following the final show of the band's South American tour. Bono does "Psycho Killer" (with the assistance of Larry Mullen and Muse drummer Don Howard on percussion), the Edge handles "Let's Dance" and "Miss You," and Mullen offers his star tur… More »

By: brandon / April 15, 2011

Watch Arcade Fire Cover The Rolling Stones At Surprise Haiti Gig

According to the NME, Arcade Fire played a surprise concert in Port-Au-Prince on Tuesday night, performing a dozen songs over 45 minutes at the Hotel Oloffson. Arcade Fire's connections to Haiti have always been strong, but their fund-raising for the country became even more urgent after the country's January 2010 earthquake. More »

By: jessica / March 31, 2011

Rolling Stones Headlining Coachella 2011 Says Rumor Mill

For all of your fancy guesswork on our "Who Should Headline Coachella 2011?" post this summer, nobody came up with the apparent top contender for this year's big paycheck, at least according to Hits Daily Double's rumor mill. HDD has "sources," which I'm told are a thing that used to exist before blogs,… More »

By: Amrit Singh / November 16, 2010

VH1 100 Greatest Artists Of All Time

You guys love lists, and we love to start our holiday weekend early, so thanks VH1 for putting together this 100 Greatest Artists Of All Time countdown. (Spoiler Alert: No Wavves...) You should compare it to VH1's 100 Greatest Artists Of Rock & Roll from 1998 (back when VH1 was VH-1) to see some… More »

By: brandon / September 3, 2010

Phish Bring “Loving Cup” To Fallon For Exile On Main St. Week

All week, Jimmy's been shining a light on the Stones-cold classic Exile On Main St. with cover performances and the occasional awkward satellite patch-in by Keith and Mick. It's all an extended promotional celebration for the legendary LP's reissue next week, coming to a heady head last night with Phish's take on "Loving Cup."… More »

By: Amrit Singh / May 14, 2010

The Rolling Stones – “Plundered My Soul”

Although Record Store Day always yields some high-profile goodies, this year the offerings were particularly noteworthy, with a new track from Blur and this "new" track from the Rolling Stones. Context: Next month the Stones re-release their '72 classic Exile On Main St., re-mastered and stacked with some unheard tracks from the sessions. More »

By: Amrit Singh / April 20, 2010

Neil Young, Will Ferrell Play Conan’s Final Tonight Show, “Freebird”

It seems like just seven months ago we were blogging about Pearl Jam playing "Get Some" on the very first Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien. Now the deals have been brokered, the lawyers have been lawyered, and the good times, which is to say the Not Jay Leno times, come to an end. Coco'… More »

By: Amrit Singh / January 22, 2010

Stereogum & team9 Present… MySplice III: 2008 Mashed Up

For the third year in a row, we've turned to master bootlegger team9 to take some of our favorite songs of the year and mash them together. On Stereogum & team9 Present... MySplice III you'll hear familiar blog hits from artists like Lykke Li, of Montreal, the Breeders, Bloc Party, Crystal Castles, and Beck… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / December 16, 2008

Faces Reunion A Go

Faces broke up when Ronnie Wood left to join the Rolling Stones in 1975, but more than 30 years later, they're reuniting, Rod Stewart and all. A psyched Stewart says they'll be playing shows next summer. We won't make any Faces Lift jokes if you don't. More »

By: brandon / November 13, 2008