In the new LG Electronics commercial, a woman embarks on a dreamlike journey through the clouds and uncovers a number of flawless home appliances along the way, including the perfect dishwasher, oven, refrigerator and washing machine. The charming tune featured in the 30-second clip is ‘Littlest Things’ by Lily Allen, who is now professionally known as Lily Rose Cooper.
If you don’t have tickets for Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival this weekend, don’t be too upset — you can catch a number of performances via a YouTube live stream. Starting today (May 23), the webcast will broadcast sets from such top-name acts as Tame Impala, Dinosaur Jr., the Postal Service and Grizzly Bear, plus many more. Check out the complete schedule below.
The upcoming NBC series ‘The Michael J. Fox Show’ centers around Mike Henry’s (Michael J. Fox) battle with Parkinson’s disease, as the illness forces him to leave his beloved career as a news anchor. Paired with the trailer for the brand-new show is ‘Float On’ by Washington-based indie-rockers Modest Mouse.
UGG is ready for summer with its new line of ‘Indah’ slip-on flats. The commercial for the designer shoes portrays a woman dancing slowly through a dark room, popping balloons with an umbrella. What’s the song in the charming ad?
Rock 'n' roll has no shortage of male guitar virtuosos, as well as extremely talented singer-songwriters who can pluck a mean six- or 12-string, but for this piece, we're focusing on the ladies. The notion that girls can't rock is absolutely preposterous -- particularly when you consider the history of indie rock -- and with this list of 10 Extraordinary Female Guitarists, we're honoring the coolest rocker chicks ever to pick up Fenders or Martins (or whatever brand of axe they happen to prefer) and blow our minds
In Caveman’s new video for ‘In the City,’ you may see a couple of familiar faces, as Julia Stiles and Fran Kranz take a charming tour of New York City. Their happy, carefree outing becomes much darker and more sinister as the day unfolds. Watch the riveting clip above, and keep an eye out for the surprising twist at the end.
You’ve seen them at parties, lurking in the corner, waiting to engage in battle disguised as conversation. They’re indie rock know-it-alls, and no matter what band or musician you mention, they’ve got an opinion — strong and almost certainly negative — ready to ram down your throat
To say the Misfits defined a genre is an understatement. They essentially created horror-punk and owned it so definitively that any band who followed in their footsteps looked like they were doing a second-rate impression. By combining their love of punk rock, 1950s doo-wop and horror flicks, the Misfits crafted a sound and an image so unique they'll never