Tag: Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Previously Unheard Tracks from David Byrne, Big Boi, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Many More Available This Friday

Part 2 of “Good Music to Avert the Collapse of American Democracy” is available October 2 only on Bandcamp.

WATCH: Yeah Yeah Yeahs Perform a Socially Distanced “Phenomena”

Karen O performs the “Show Your Bones” track from the closet with her band phoned in.

PLAYLIST: oso oso’s Songs That Inspired “basking in the glow”

Jade Lilitri offers up ten tracks that informed the sounds of his band’s latest LP.

Just Like Heaven Festival Brings Classic Indie to Long Beach

Phoenix, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, MGMT, and Beach House headline new Queen Mary event in May.

Karen O and Danger Mouse Got a Thing Going On

It’s called “Lux Prima,” and it comes out in March. 

LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Ohana Fest 2018

The Eddie Vedder–curated SoCal festival featured all of your favorite artists covering all of your favorite songs.

It’s Time to Talk About Those “Music From and Inspired by ‘Spider-Man’” Albums

The official unofficial soundtracks to Sam Raimi’s trilogy reflect an odd moment in the history of popular movie soundtracks—namely one in which the soundtracks’ songs don’t actually appear in the movies.

LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Governors Ball 2018 Rolls Through Randall’s Island

The NYC-based music festival’s eighth year featured headlining performances by Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Travis Scott, Eminem, and Jack White.

PREMIERE: Deap Vally Give You a Taste of “Royal Jelly” on “Nic Harcourt’s TRANSMISSIONS”

The band’s full set airs next Tuesday on WorldArts.

Who Cares About Becky with the Good Hair?

To make “Lemonade” all about her potential marital troubles is to once again yoke Beyoncé’s success to her husband—and to stay mired in the madness that this album was built to expose and transcend.

RSVP: Head Wound City at The Del Monte Speakeasy

Our latest Red Bull Sound Select show is hitting Venice Beach in LA on May 3.

Saddle Up the Palomino: For Two Nights Only, Neil Fest Is Headed for New York

Ryan Adams, Sharon Van Etten, Charles Bradley, Elvis Perkins, Norah Jones, Body/Head, and plenty more thrashers will roll by, with further additions to come.

Karen O Casts Doubt On The Future of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Says Band Is On Hiatus

In the wake of her debut solo album Love Songs, Karen O recently spoke with NME about the future of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and—sorry to…


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