Wilco's Jeff Tweedy made an appearance on last night's episode of IFC's "Portlandia", where he hit the studio to record a new song. As he plays, label executives played by Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein
Tame Impala: "Stranger in Moscow" (Michael Jackson cover) (via SoundCloud) Tame Impala have shared their own version of Michael Jackson's late-90s hit "Stranger in Moscow". "MJ 4 eva," they write on Facebook.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live!" has been broadcasting live from SXSW, and last night, they welcomed musical guest Damon Albarn. Joined by a ukulele player and a full choir, he performed "Mr. Tembo" from his upcoming
Photo by Pooneh Ghana Following Charli XCX's great 2013 album True Romance, she's already working on the next one. The British pop singer tells Complex that she's working with Vampire Weekend's Rostam
Photo by Erez Avissar Roots drummer and "Tonight Show" bandleader ?uestlove will guest star, and die, on an upcoming episode of "Law & Order: SVU", Rolling Stone reports. Proof comes in the form of this
Tonight's episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" featured something fans of the show have no doubt been waiting for: a reprise of Fallon's "History of Rap" series featuring Justin Timberlake.
This year, Panda Bear will release the follow up to 2011's Tomboy. The album is tentatively titled Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper, it's being produced by Sonic Boom (who previously worked with Panda
While Arctic Monkeys are a household name in the UK, they’ve never quite made it big in America. Since releasing the UK’s fastest-selling debut album in 2006 – and representing their country on the world
Chvrches have recorded a cover of Arctic Monkeys' "Do I Wanna Know?" as part of Triple J's "Like a Version" studio series, Stereogum reports. Watch below. The band have recently done covers of Bauhaus'
L.A.'s Warpaint have announced a string of tour dates in support of their new self-titled album. They'll also play "Conan" on March 10. And: Yours Truly has shared one of its intimate, stripped-down performance
The ubiquity of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" just hit a new peak at the Opening Ceremony for the Sochi Olympics. The Russian Police Choir performed an incredibly bizarre cover of the song, complete with solos