Earlier this week we heard a new remix of Rocko’s “U.O.E.N.O” by Black Hippy, the group consisting of Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, and Schoolboy Q. Now, Schoolboy Q has also released a new track of his own, “Hell Of A Night”. Check it out below.
Driving to the Sasquatch! Festival on Thursday I opted to skip out on I-90 from Seattle and instead drive way up north and take Route 2. It still gets you where you’re going, but the traffic-congested two-and-a-half hour trip you get with 90 becomes an isolated six-hour journey if you choose Rt. 2. It’s completely [...]
Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan dedicated a few moments of Live! With Kelly and Michael to Daft Punk this week. Ripa brought out a copy of the new Rolling Stone with Daft Punk on the cover, before commenting, “They’re saying it’s the return of Daft Punk. First of all, I said to myself, ‘Return of? [...]
Last night, Baroness played their first show as a full band since a bus accident in England last August that injured every member of the group. It was also the band’s first show with a new line-up: Nick Jost on bass and Sebastian Thomson on drums. Below, watch fan footage of the first song the [...]
Stone Temple Pilots are suing Scott Weiland. The band filed a lawsuit again him on Friday, claiming to have lost millions of dollars on the Stone Temple Pilots 20th anniversary tour because Weiland was late for shows and promotional events. “Enough is enough,” says band’s lawsuit. “Without relief from the court, Weiland will continue violating [...]
Sigur Rós have a new album out soon via XL, Kveikur, out internationally on June 17 and in the US June 18. Last night the band stopped by The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to play the album’s title track. Check it out below.
One week ago, Kanye premiered Yeezus‘s ferocious “New Slaves” by projecting his face onto buildings throughout the world. (He performed it the next day on SNL, too.) It was the best video of the week and you can watch it on the side of a building IRL tonight in these cities. The rapper’s new music [...]
The theatrical Swedish metal band Ghost B.C. have already shown that they have a way with the incongruous cover song; we posted their version of Abba’s “I’m A Marionette” back in January. And apparently, the Japanese version of their new album Infestissumam includes a cover of Depeche Mode’s gloomy 1990 synth ballad “Waiting For The [...]
If it seems as though we’ve been talking about the National’s excellent new record Trouble Will Find Me for weeks now it’s because we have. Even though the record was just released this week, fascination with the band and a buzzing curiosity about how they might follow up 2010′s powerhouse High Violet have kept music [...]
Sweden’s Shout Out Louds performed on last night’s Leno to promote their album Optica. Following interviews with guests Tyler Perry and Isla Fischer, the band performed album cut “Walking In Your Footsteps.” Check it out below. Optica is out now via Merge.
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