Videos

Hear New My Morning Jacket Songs In The Waterfall Album Trailer

By Tom Breihan / March 19, 2015
Festival kings My Morning Jacket are a month and a half away from releasing The Waterfall, their first new album in four years, and we've already heard first single "Big Decisions." The band has just posted a new two-minute trailer for the album, which is full of nicely-shot footage of the band at… More »


Watch Boots’ Larger-Than-Life Tonight Show Performance

By Tom Breihan / March 19, 2015
This time last year, Boots was the mysterious producer behind so many of the sounds on Beyoncé's self-titled album. But now he's stepped out on his own, making his Motorcycle Jesus short film and releasing its EP-length soundtrack. And last night, Boots was the musical guest on The Tonight Show. Boots cites Quee… More »


Watch Hannibal Buress Play Drums For Speedy Ortiz At SXSW

By Tom Breihan / March 18, 2015
Presumably for the hell of it, the great stand-up comic and Broad City star Hannibal Buress, currently enjoying the festivities at SXSW, said on Twitter that he'd like to drum for a band. He was careful to note that he does not actually play drums. Speedy Ortiz frontwoman Sadie Dupuis took him up on the… More »


Lil Wayne – “CoCo” Video

By Tom Breihan / March 18, 2015
Our last-ever Mixtape Of The Week column, before we switched over to the Week In Rap, was dedicated to Lil Wayne's Sorry 4 The Wait 2. Given that Wayne had a huge hand in making the mixtape landscape what it is, that's appropriate. The tape opened with Wayne's version of O.T. Genasis' pounding street… More »


Watch Jimmy Kimmel Get SXSW Attendees To Rave About Vlad & The Putins, Cheez Wiz Khalifa, DJ Cialis, & Other Made-Up Acts

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 18, 2015
Every music festival emits an unnecessary air of pretension, but SXSW is probably the least easily mocked. No one's walking around in a bikini and furry boots (and if they are, I haven't seen them), and for the most part, Austin is crawling with industry folks, which makes Jimmy Kimmel punking attendees all the more… More »


Watch Spoon Play Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s First Austin Show

By Tom Breihan / March 18, 2015
Back in June, Spoon were musical guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they played "Rent I Pay" and "Rainy Taxi," two of the songs from their album They Want My Soul. Last night, nine months later, Spoon were musical guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they played "I Just Don't Understand" and "Rainy… More »


Watch Modest Mouse Play “Lampshades On Fire” On The Tonight Show

By Tom Breihan / March 18, 2015
During all the years they spent between albums, Modest Mouse never really stopped touring. So now that it's time to promote their new Strangers To Ourselves, they're a polished and locked-in live band. Last night, they squeezed their full nine-piece touring lineup onto Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show stage and played "Lampshades On Fire,"… More »


Johnny Marr – “I Feel You” Video

By Tom Breihan / March 17, 2015
For a new Record Store Day single, the former Smiths axe wizard Johnny Marr has recorded a version of Depeche Mode's 1993 single "I Feel You." The Marr version switches out Depeche Mode's synth-throb for guitar crunch and turns it into a pretty straightforwardly bluesy Brit-rock song. The new video, from director DavidMore »


Watch Matthew E. White Strip Things Down On Letterman

By Tom Breihan / March 17, 2015
Richmond singer-songwriter Matthew E. White's greatest strength is his gift for piling horns and strings on top of each other into a big, soft, luxurious wall of sound. Playing live, he can't call on his pocket orchestra of studio musicians, and so he needs to switch things up. Last night on Letterman, he made the… More »


Earl Sweatshirt – “Grief” Video

By Tom Breihan / March 17, 2015
It seems like every night lately, a different beloved rapper is ready to announce a new surprise album right around midnight. Last night, it was Earl Sweatshirt, who has at least given us a week to mentally prepare for his Doris follow-up I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside. When making that announcement,… More »


Watch Tobias Jesso Jr. Play Conan With A Huge String Section & Danielle Haim

By Tom Breihan / March 17, 2015
The Vancouver singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr. drops his debut album Goon today, and his big Cinderella story marched on last night. A couple of weeks after Jesso played The Tonight Show with the Roots backing him up, he made his second late-night TV appearance on Conan. This time, he was singing "Without You,"… More »


Run The Jewels Attacked Onstage At SXSW

By James Rettig / March 16, 2015
During a performance at South By Southwest's Spotify House on Monday, Run The Jewels were attacked by someone from the audience. In video taken at the event, it looks like the person in question walks up onto the stage and attempts to punch one of them, but is intercepted and chased off the stage by… More »


Watch Courtney Barnett Play “Depreston” On Ellen

By James Rettig / March 16, 2015
Courtney Barnett made an appearance on The Ellen Degeneres Show earlier today for a performance of "Depreston," the moody centerpiece to her upcoming new record, Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit. Backed by her typical band of Australian pros, the singer-songwriter sounds particularly good. You can watch below. Sometimes I SitMore »


Björk – “Family” Moving Album Cover

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 16, 2015
Last week, Björk premiered the first video to accompany her devastating new album Vulnicura. The clip for "Lionsong" featured the Icelandic artist performing in a costume that closely resembles a psychedelic dandelion. This new Andrew Thomas Huang-directed visual for "Family" has been labeled a "moving album cover," and FACT reports that a frame… More »


Carnage – “I Like Tuh” (Feat. iLoveMakonnen) Video

By Tom Breihan / March 16, 2015
Last month, the trap-EDM producer Carnage and the rising Atlanta chillwave-rap cause celebre iLoveMakonnen teamed up for the ridiculously catchy single "I Like Tuh." Now, director Colin Tilley has used that song as his application to join the ranks of music-video directors who go on to make movies. Tilley's "I Like Tuh" video… More »


Watch Passion Pit Strip Down Two New Songs At BFD Fest Kick-Off Party

By James Rettig / March 16, 2015
Earlier this month, Michael Angelakos played a solo set of stripped down Passion Pit tracks at the kick-off party for California radio station LIVE 105's BFD Festival. The full band isn't playing the actual festival this year -- though they have in the past -- but Angelakos came out to show his support anyway. I… More »


Generationals – “Charlemagne” Video (Stereogum Premiere)

By James Rettig / March 16, 2015
I've never been to New Orleans, but I've only heard good things, and Generationals' new video for "Charlemagne" -- a track off the duo's most recent album, Alix -- only makes me want to visit more. The band highlights the abundant culture of their hometown by showing off some quick shots of the local character… More »


Leonard Cohen Triumphs Over Nickelback For Album Of The Year Juno

By Tom Breihan / March 16, 2015
You won't often see Leonard Cohen pitted, in direct competition, against Nickelback. But it happened last night, and, miracle of miracles, Cohen won. This is how he reminds us of what he really is. Last year, the Juno Awards, Canada's equivalent to the Grammys, went down at Hamilton's FirstOntario Centre. Most of the awards went… More »


Livestream PC Music’s Dog Food Event At SXSW

By James Rettig / March 15, 2015
PC Music are sure to be one of the most talked about parts of SXSW, and they're kicking everything off tonight with a special performance in Austin for Boiler Room and DailyMotion. GFOTY and Spinee are the main draws, celebrating the release of their recent Dog Food Mix. The show is described a… More »


Rae Sremmurd – “Throw Sum Mo” (Feat. Nicki Minaj & Young Thug) Video

By Tom Breihan / March 15, 2015
The Atlanta-via-Mississippi duo Rae Sremmurd released SremmLife, the most dizzily catchy pop-rap album in recent memory, at the top of the year. And "Throw Sum Mo," the album's Nicki Minaj/Young Thug collab, is quickly succeeding "No Flex Zone" and "No Type" as the duo's next massive hit. Given that the song i… More »


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