Show Me The Body's "Stone Soup Outta You" is off of the trio's forthcoming album "SMTB," due April 21 via Letter Racer.
Kendrick Lamar and Elton John: together! At last!
Sort of. Those are just two headliners at the 2015 Outside Lands music fest, taking place Aug. 7-9 in San Francisco in Golden State Park.
Tickets go on sale on March 26 at 10 a.m. PST.
Here is the complete lineup:
Mumford & Sons
The Black Keys
Axwell & Ingrosso
D'Angelo and The Vanguard
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
The Devil Makes Three
First Aid Kit
Toro Y Moi
Lake Street Dive
Angus & Julia Stone
St. Paul and The Broken Bones
Green Velvet & Claude VonStroke: Get Real
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Langhorne Slim & The Law
Hurray for the Riff Raff
The Family Crest
Strand of Oaks
Alex Bleeker & The Freaks
The Sam Chase
From forthcoming album "Untethered Moon," out April 21 via Warner Bros. Get the vinyl copy early on Record Store Day on April 18.
FKA Twigs has a new message in her fresh song and music video: "Hold that purse for me."
That's taken straigh outta "Glass & Patron," which made its premiere during the YouTube Music Awards last night.
You may ask yourself, what are the YouTube Music Awards? And you may tell yourself, they're exactly what you think they would be. Other artists like Charli XCX made music video bows on the peg of the evening as well.
FKA Twigs' "LP1" was my favorite album last year. She has confirmed a new EP planned for release some time this year.
AUSTIN - This is a story about finger-banging to Kid Rock and marijuana gummi candies.
Or, rather, it's a game about it.
SXSW and St. Patrick's Day -- which both landed this week -- are in and of themselves drinking prompts, and a classic round of Two Truths And A Lie is how I found my way into an interview with comedians Ari Shaffir and Big Jay Oakerson.
Both were on hand for a night of Comedy Central stardom in Austin. Shaffir hosted a live version of his popular web series-turned-TV show "This Is Not Happening," which is just finishing its first season run this week. “What’s Your F@!?#ng Deal” boasted Oakerson's miracle crowd work, along with features from Nate Bargatze, Joe DeRosa, Todd Glass and Liza Treyger.
Put them together for telling facts and lies? A lot of naked truths. Watch our video above and play along.
Big names and headliners like Spoon, John Legend, TV On The Radio and Wiz Khalifa are headed to Austin for the South By Southwest music conference, but an influx of emerging talent still remains the best -- and most essential -- part of the fest.
From electro to hip-hop to indie noisemakers to singer-songwriters, below is a list of some new artists to check out and listen to, even if you're not SXSW-bound this week.
Shamir, Jamestown Revival, Chastity Belt, Remi, Lemaitre, Priory, Smallpools, Girl Band, Laura Welch, Kevin Gates and more are included.
Who are some highlights to your schedule? Who do you love right now that isn't headed to the Austin festival?
SXSW Music runs March 17 through this Sunday, March 22.
Jon Snow: snowy.
Tyrion: ferocious and cool.
Maisie Williams' hair is bundled in buns at the front crown of her head, wearing the illest pirate-chic garb this side of the Narrow Sea.
The Oscar-winning doc "20 Feet From Stardom" put a massive limelight onto the singers who helped to back some of the most beloved tracks in popular music history.
Similarly, "The Wrecking Crew" aims to celebrate some of the most vaunted session musicians who amplified an important era in the rock 'n' roll annuls and formed what would be called the West Coast Sound.
The Wrecking Crew was the group of musicians that played some of the Beach Boys' best known songs on record, for Frank Sinatra, Sonny & Cher, Herb Alpert and the Byrds; for great theme songs and jingles, as part of Phil Spector's "Wall Of Sound" formula and beloved Motown records...
As the exclusive TV spot above says, the Wrecking Crew were star-makers by simply being the behind-the-scenes stars themselves. You just may have never met them properly.
So extend your hand: "The Wrecking Crew" heads to select theaters and VOD on March 13; it was produced and directed by Denny Tedesco, son of the late, great Wrecking Crew guitarist Tommy Tedesco.
An exclusive alternate poster plus a Spotify playlist of Wrecking Crew tracks are also below. Which titles move you?