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My daughter once laughed uproariously for about 10 minutes straight after she heard the words "Dr. Dog" on the car radio; that band name, it turns out, is pretty much the height of three-year-old…   Read Story »
This week's episode of Yo Gabba Gabba! is all about spies (and co-stars Jason Bateman!), so who better to invite on as musical guests then spy anthem-creators Peter Bjorn & John? The trio perform…   Read Story »
So Volcom is making a clothing line based on the hyperkinetic kids' TV show Yo Gabba Gabba! That's vaguely interesting, I guess. Slightly more interesting: The clothing line will feature art from…   Read Story »
Bowling-shirt garage-punk legends Rocket From The Crypt broke up in 2005, but they recently reformed for one very special show: To perform a 90-second song called "He's A Chef" on the art-damaged…   Read Story »
On a forthcoming episode from season four of the indie-friendly candy-colored kids' show Yo Gabba Gabba!, Aussie synth-rock superstars Cut Copy show up to sing a quick song about exploring the…   Read Story »
As just about any parent of toddlers knows, Yo Gabba Gabba! is a Nick Jr. television program about a group of creatures who frequently get together to dance and/or learn life lessons, and it has the…   Read Story »
Children's TV program and occasional indie rock stop-through Yo Gabba Gabba! recently offered over its colorful set and cast of characters to Wayne Coyne and company, who in turn performed "I Can Be…   Read Story »
No one is happier than I am to hear that the hip Nick Jr. series Yo Gabba Gabba is changing its tunes. The show airs almost daily in my apartment and I am getting pretty sick of that Shins segment.…   Read Story »
Yesterday we brought you Weezer's buggy performance on Nickelodeon's kooky-cool children's show Yo Gabba Gabba. of Montreal will be on today's show (airing 10:30 ET/PT), but it won't be their first…   Read Story »
Big week for Nickelodeon's delightful hipster kids show Yo Gabba Gabba!. Yesterday Sarah Silverman debuted the “Time To Mime” dance and Black Kids sang “We Love Clowns.” Tomorrow Anthony…   Read Story »