The band makes its only late night TV appearance this year with a blistering rendition of “Art of Almost,” plus a Loose Fur cover.
The five-song digital EP is the band’s first release of new material in 14 years.
New box set version of the album comes with six discs.
Yesterday, Bat For Lashes joined the ranks of famous buck-naked album covers. Enjoy this obviously NSFW list of some of our favorite in-the-buff LPs.
Uncle R plays a seductive cut off his new record on “Jimmy Fallon.”
Canadian duo Purity Ring debut with a record that’s sound manipulations and wide-eyed vocals pull inward like a tractor beam.
Angelic ambient drones set to hip-hop beats. Yes, please!
The nation has delved into Batmania yet again, so let’s take a moment to look back into the dark history of the character’s previous film series.
Will this tour be like a real-life rock & roll “Mrs. Doubtfire”?
The New York rapper runs into some law trouble, but of what variety?
Nigel Godrich’s new band will release their debut record in October.
The harpest hangs out in a closet, makes strange faces, eats rotisserie chicken, and plays a toy keyboard.
It’s unlikely this video will make it past the MTV Hits censors so you might as well watch it here.
“To Who Knows Where” reminds us of the good old days when James Iha was Billy Corgan’s right-hand man. Check out its video along with a trip back into his best Pumpkins work.
The ’90s rap veteran stops by “The Late Show” again with killer track “Daughters” from his forthcoming record.
Get in the spirit of Friday the 13th with a selection of music videos made you squirm in your seat.
The duo duo transforms the original’s lush soft rock to a rigid blues dirge.
The Raveonettes are back again with more sunset-tinged dream pop.