Tag: Video

Watch S.G. Goodman Play “If It Ain’t Me Babe” on Her Porch for “Neighborhoods”

The Nashville-based songwriter performs the track from her newly released debut album.

Watch Pete Yorn Play “Life on a Chain” and “Jeannine” From His Backyard for “Neighborhoods”

The songwriter plays a pair of tracks from his home in Palm Springs.

Watch Dayglow Perform in His Yard for “Neighborhoods”

Sloan Struble performs “Can I Call You Tonight?” and “Fuzzybrain” from his home in Austin.

Watch Remi Wolf Play LA’s First Drive-In Show for “Neighborhoods” Session

The first live show in Los Angeles since the pandemic unfolded raised funds for PLUS1 for Black Lives Fund and Summaeverythang.

Brendan Benson Performs “Dear Life” on the Tracks for “Neighborhoods” Session

The Raconteurs vocalist/guitarist plays the title track from his new solo album for FLOOD’s outdoor live video series.

How Artists Are Making Some of the Year’s Best Music Videos in Quarantine

Evanescence, Glass Animals, Jessy Lanza, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, and their video directors talk about transcending quarantine’s creative limits.

Watch Reignwolf Play “Cabin Fever” At His Elementary School for “Neighborhoods,” Plus Fan Q&A

Ask Reignwolf anything after the debut episode of “Neighborhoods,” our new live performance series.

Watch the Stars of the Original “Valley Girl” Movie Reunite in a Video Conference

Deborah Foreman, E.G. Daily, and Heidi Holicker chat with Amy Talkington, writer of the new musical adaptation.

PREMIERE: Get a Grip of Divino Niño in the “Le Bon Gripper” Video

“The Shady Sexyfornia Tapes” is out May 13 via The Native Sound.

PREMIERE: Daniel Martin Moore and Wussy’s Lisa Walker Cover Hank Williams’s “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”

Filmed in the same studio where Hank and The Pleasant Valley Boys cut the original in 1949.

PREMIERE: Plants and Animals Invite You to “Stay” for Live Session

Taken from the band’s forthcoming fourth record, “Waltzed in from the Rumbling.”

PREMIERE: Fruit Bats’ Eric D. Johnson Declares Self “Absolute Loser,” Still Seems Pretty Happy

It’s the title track from Fruit Bats’ forthcoming record of the same name.

PREMIERE: Mothers Deliver a Trio of Live Songs for Public Radio Sessions Video Series

The Athens quartet disturb the neighbors during last week’s Savannah Stopover.

WATCH: Jean-Michel Jarre and Peaches Give You “What You Want” in Mini-Doc

Plus, Peaches plays FLOODfest Austin tonight.

WATCH: Grace Mitchell Shows You the Best Places in Portland, Oregon

The songstress gives you the lowdown on the city’s food, shops, and venues.

WATCH: Matt Damon Finally Makes it onto “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

“I’ve been figuratively carrying him for years!”

LISTEN: Titus Andronicus and Craig Finn Cover One Another’s Songs, Embark on Tour, Are Best Friends

Your current leader for best record sleeve of 2016.

WATCH: Kanye West Brings “The Life of Pablo” to “Saturday Night Live”

Plus, he shuts Kyle Mooney down in a rap battle.

WATCH: Arcade Fire Shares Touching Mini-Documentary About Bowie Second Line

“I hope he can hear it a little bit.”

WATCH: Paul McCartney Writes Emoji Music, The Cosmic Ballet Goes On

Ten new “Love Mojis” featuring the Beatle’s take on 8-bit melodies are now on Skype.

WATCH: Jessica Williams Unpacks the Importance of Beyoncé’s Super Bowl Appearance on “The Daily Show”

Are you not entertained?

Beyoncé Slays at the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show featuring Coldplay and Bruno Mars

Shoutout to Mark Ronson for also showing up!

WATCH: Drake’s Acting Chops Return in T-Mobile Super Bowl Commercial

“I love changes.”

WATCH: Mike Huckabee Drops “Hello, HUCK,” an Adele Remix Track

No word on details or a release date for LP1.

WATCH: Paul Rudd, Stephen Hawking, and Keanu Reeves Save the World Through One Game of Quantum Chess

“Stephen Hawking? He can open for me!”

WATCH: Look at the Very Definition of “Suck” in First “Yoga Hosers” Clip

Kevin Smith’s latest film premiered at Sundance yesterday.

WATCH: The City of Compton Comes Together to Sing Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright”

The Grammys will air on February 15.

Starman: David Bowie on TV

Some of Bowie’s best televised moments.


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