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Watch Mumford & Sons, Mark Hoppus + Tom Morello Play Blink 182’s ‘What’s My Age Again?’
Morello also performed a cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Ghost Of Tom Joad."
Listen to Nirvana’s Previously Unreleased Nine-Minute Jam, ‘E-Coli’
The track is a noisy, relatively unstructured jam with unintelligible vocals that comes off as more off a soundcheck recording than a completed song.
Paul Thomas Anderson Made a Documentary About Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood
The documentary follows Greenwood on a trip to India where he recorded an album with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur.
Aimee Mann, Ted Leo + Conan O’Brien Play a Campaign Song for Presidential Candidate Lincoln Chafee
Lincoln Chafee needs 1% support to take part in the upcoming presidential debates. Conan O'Brien enlisted some friends to help him out.
13 Years Ago: Interpol Release Their Debut, ‘Turn on the Bright Lights’
Although it borrows from so many eras in history – both cultural and political – 'Turn on the Bright Lights' has remained timeless 13 years after its release.
Tag Along on Tour With Joywave in the Video for ‘Now’
The New York synth-pop outfit have shared a tour-based video for the song from their full-length debut.
Mumford & Sons Reveal Their Boy Band Origins on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’
Watch the British folk-rockers in a hilarious sketch on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.'
Dave Grohl Sought After to Direct Movies + Commercials Following ‘Sonic Highways’
The Foo Fighters frontman said, "I started getting offers to do everything from narrative features to Heineken commercials."
Action Bronson in Hot Water for Unauthorized Salsa Samples
The rapper is being sued for sampling songs by salsa legends El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico on his 2011 mixtape, 'Blue Chips.'
Jeff Tweedy Explains the Title and Enigmatic Artwork for Wilco’s ‘Star Wars’
Tweedy on the album title: "Everybody advised me against it, because there is a heavily protected trademark involved."