Last year, neo soul singer Miguel released one of the best R&B albums of the decade, 'Kaleidoscope Dream.' Last night, he dropped by 'Saturday Night Live' and performed two songs from the record.
If it seemed like Linkin Park were all over modern-rock radio in 2003, there's a good reason for that: They were. The Los Angeles band had three No. 1 alt-rock hits that year, including 'Numb,' which spent a whopping 12 weeks at the top spot
With a couple of Grammys under his belt, Frank Ocean has earned the right to brag about his successful, jet-setting lifestyle, and he does exactly that in his new video for ‘Lost.' The clip portrays the ‘Thinkin’ About You’ singer in various spots around the world, playing shows, engaging with fans and generally living it up.
Major Lazer's sophomore album, ‘Free the Universe,’ is due out next week, and they stopped by ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’ last night (April 11) to perform a new song from the disc. The clip (watch above) features electronic mastermind Diplo jamming out onstage to ‘Get Free’ alongside the Dirty Projectors’ Amber Coffman and David Longstreth and the show’s house band, the Roots.
There's a pretty cool story behind 'Let the Day Begin,' the first single off Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's new 'Specter At the Feast' album: It's a cover of a song by the Call, an '80s rock band that was fronted by Michael Been, father of BRMC's own Robert Levon Been and longtime sound man on the road. Sadly, Michael died a few years ago, and the Motorcycle Clubbers decided to pay tribute to their late mentor by recording a version of his band's biggest hit.
Doldrums goes all 50 shades of grey for the first three minutes of his 'Lost On Everyone' video, with scenes of ordinary nature life -- the ocean, a tree on the side of a hill, rain hitting puddles -- colored in black, white and a million variations in between, making the first half of this clip rather uneventful. Even the music, which comes across as Dirty Projectors with a skittering, abstract beat, kind of lives up to its name.
Palma Violets let loose in their new video for ‘We Found Love.’ The feelgood clip (watch above) is sure to get you ready for the weekend, which is less than 48 hours away. (Not that we're watching the clock or anything.)
James Blake's new sophomore album 'Overblown' establishes the moody electronica artist as someone "whose execution has finally matched his inventive vision," our review of the disc reads, and the title track may be the best example of that progress. "Sure, may be a textural wonder," the review continues, "but it’s also a proper song, with a clear build of tension and release."