It’s Monday, and that means some free music coming your way. This week we feature new tunes from Ghostly International, Yo La Tengo and Jeff Mangum.
It’s Monday and that means some free music coming your way. This week we feature new material from Ryan Adams, Mogwai and a video from Sufjan Stevens.
It’s Monday and that means some free music coming your way. This week we feature The Decemberists, Stereolab and Michael Jackson.
It’s Monday, and that means some free music coming your way. This week we feature a mix from critic Christopher Weingarten, a mashup from The Rally to Restore Sanity and Cee-Lo Green.
It’s Monday and that means some free music coming your way. This week we feature music from Brian Eno, Kanye West and John Vanderslice.
It’s Monday, and that means some free music coming your way. To kick off your your work week, today we bring you new tunes from Sean Lennon, Avey Tare and a free concert from the Dan Deacon Ensemble.
It’s Monday and that means some free music coming your way. This week we feature the debut of Belle and Sebastian’s new album, The Morning Benders covering Bob Dylan and Kanye getting his promotional on.
It’s Monday and that means some free music heading your way. Free Music Mondays have been on hiatus for a while, but we’re back and ready to dish out the best that the web has to offer. This Monday we feature new material from Sufjan Stevens’ new album, “The Age of Adz,” five free tracks from the Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross produced soundtrack to “The Social Network” and free downloads of Pavement’s shows from last week in NYC.
Hold onto your hats New Yorkers, we could be in for a bumpy ride this Labor Day weekend. While the Category 3 monster Hurricane Earl is not expected to make direct landfall here in New York, we could experience some nasty leftovers if it continues on its current West-bound course.
Conan O’Brien is shooting for modesty with this one after his not so surprising loss to The Daily Show at the Emmy’s. After a set up featuring a cat-purring drum roll and what he says was exhaustive and expensive research, O’Brien revealed the title—”Conan.”
The song of the summer, and possibly the year, finally has an official video. And it turns out even girls in the 1960s were pretty bitchy. In Cee-Lo’s “Fuck You” generations of lil’ Cee’s get embarrassed by the girl of his dreams
Yesterday, it was all about the Arcade Fire and The Drums and now we’re bringing both of them together. With the release of their “Down By The Water” video yesterday, The Drums stressed the influence of 50′s and 60′s girl groups but now they’re shifting decades.
The Internet Has Killed The Printed Oxford English Dictionary: Now What To Do With The Leftover Volumes?
The printed edition of the Oxford English Dictionary may be dying but that doesn’t mean we have some ideas for those stacks of left over volumes.
CMJ Music Marathon and Film Festival announces their initial line-up featuring Surfer Blood, Ghostface Killah, The Drums and more.
The affable Brooklyn duo will release their next full-length “Sidewalks” on November 2, but they release a free sneak peek of lead single “Cameras” today.
For The Drums and Surround’s Brian Palmer—simplicity is the name of the game in their new video for “Down By The Water.”
Music Monday Part 2: Digging a little deeper, we have found even more free music from Kanye West and The Thermals.
Arcade Fire have released a new interactive video for “We Used To Wait.” Designed in HTML5 by Chris Milk and the good people at Google, the video prompts you to enter your childhood home address and takes you on a truly interactive video trip incorporating Google Maps. It’s crazy.
We’ve dug through the Internet and this Monday we feature free new tracks from Sufjan Stevens, Kanye West and Spanish artist El Guancho.
Baltimoreans Beach House took the indie world by storm last year with their phenomenal record “Teen Dream” and light, melancholia breeze pop. Specifically, “Norway” gave the blogosphere it’s first collective orgasm in a while. Now, Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally have returned with a live EP recorded specially for iTunes