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    Drake Enlists Kanye West For NBA All-Star Weekend Show, Covers 'Only One'

    At this point, Drake's affinity for the NBA is well documented, so it's no surprise that he found himself performing as part of this year's All-Star weekend festivities. Friday night at New York City's Irving Plaza, Drizzy co-headlined a show with Nas and unleashed a number of cuts from his surprise mixtape If You're Reading This It's Too Late. But if that weren't enough, he brought out a slew of guests that were also in town for the weekend including his OVO cronies ILoveMakonnen and OB O'Brien, and none other than Kanye West.

  • Arcade Fire's Win Butler Leads Team to NBA All-Star Celebrity Game Win

    Arcade Fire's Win Butler Leads Team to NBA All-Star Celebrity Game Win

    Arcade Fire's Win Butler, aka DJ Windows 98, aka the newest barista at La Colombe in New York City, has long proven to be a man of many talents, but Friday night he put his basketball skills on display again in the Sprint NBA All-Star Celebrity Game. Butler played for the West alongside The Fault in Our Stars' Ansel Elgort, Little League baseball standout Mo'Ne Davis, and Tulsa Shock player Skylar Diggins. Kevin Hart played for the East with Common and Atlanta Dream player Shoni Schimmel.Butler ended up pulling down an outstanding 12 rebounds and scoring 8 points while his team rallied to a 59-51 victory, all while wearing a pair of the same Yeezy Red Octobers he occasionally wears on stage (as ArcadeFireTube points out). You can check out some video below of the sort of moves that Butler has.Win Butler balling tonight in his Red Octobers (by @kanyewest) he also wears on stage.

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    Death Grips Release Mysterious Friday the 13th Performance Clip

    Just in time for Valentine's Day, Death Grips are back again with more mystery. We're now over six months out from the official demise of the band, but in that time span, the duo hasn't really quieted down. In addition to their still unreleased double album the powers that b, for which they've offered occasional updates, they've released music videos and an instrumental album, let info slip about a collaboration with Robert Pattinson, you know, all sorts of things that bands that aren't broken up do. And last night, on Friday the 13th, the punk-rap pranksters released a surprise video that has more speculating about their return, a dark, low-quality performance clip from inside a tiny room.There's no official word yet on what it means, but if the Facebook post is correct in noting that it comes from "today," then that'd mean that they're at least together again in some capacity.

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    Gwen Stefani Debuts Sia Collaboration 'Start a War' at Rare Solo Show

    Since tonight is "Music's Biggest Night" all of music's biggest stars have spent the weekend palling around in Los Angeles, and Gwen Stefani for her part decided to put on her first full solo show since 2009. That alone would have been special enough, as she ran through songs from her two solo albums Love.Angel.Music.Baby and The Sweet Escape, but she also took the time to debut a unreleased song co-written with Sia called "Start a War." Based on fan-shot video, via Rolling Stone, the number seems to be the sort of skyward ballad that SPIN's 2014 Artist of the Year has made her wheelhouse, and it's certainly a good look for Stefani. The track will presumably appear on her as-yet-untitled third solo LP, but we still don't have much more information about that aside from a pair of singles called "Spark the Fire" and "Baby Don't Lie." Video of the performance is up above.

  • Kanye West Nike Big Sean New Slaves Hollywood Video

    Kanye West Guests, Takes a Dig at Nike During Big Sean Show

    Big Sean performed a livestreamed concert for Yahoo! last night in the Hollywood House of Blues, and with all of music's stars in town for tonight's Grammys ceremony he was able to enlist a few of his famous friends for guest spots, including his GOOD Music boss Kanye West. 'Ye showed up first during a performance Sean's recent single "Blessings" and then launched into a few of his own songs, including the Yeezus standout "New Slaves." But before launching into that track, the ever-opinionated aesthete took the occasion to fire shots at his former business partners in Nike, on the eve of the release of his new shoes for Adidas."I just want to talk to Portland right quick, everybody at the Nike office right quick," he began.

  • Foo Fighters Austin City Limits TV Performance Video Gary Clark Jr

    Watch Foo Fighters' Careening, Career-Spanning Set on 'Austin City Limits'

    Foo Fighters have already done their share of world-shattering shows in support of their 2014 studio album, but Saturday night another special one surfaced on this week's episode of Austin City Limits. Continuing the series of special bookings that the live music TV show has pulled for their 40th season, the alt-rock legends busted out a career-spanning set including a handful of relative rarities, their biggest hits, and the covers they've been breaking out recently (including the Fabulous Thunderbirds' "Tuff Enuff" with their guitarist Jimmie Vaughan. Gary Clark Jr. also turned up to reprise his appearance on Sonic Highways as well as a handful of other cuts. You can relive the whole set up above if you didn't catch it the first time around.

  • Bob Mould Letterman Late Show Tomorrow Morning Kid With a Crowded Face Video

    Bob Mould's 'Letterman' Performance Shook Dust From the Rafters

    Husker Dü founder Bob Mould returned to The Late Show With David Letterman on Friday night in support of his 2014 album Beauty & Ruin. Even just watching the broadcast, it's clear that the blistering runs through "Tomorrow Morning" and "Kid With a Crooked Face" were just a little more fiery than the studio is used to. But Mould's bassist Jason Narducy confirmed as much later, tweeting that members of the audience reported that "that dust fell from the rafters as [they] played." So it looks like they came pretty close to very literally bringing down the house at Letterman's midtown Manhattan studio. You can watch the whole performance up above, and though you can't make out the dust on the video recap, it's easy enough to see how a performance of that magnitude might threaten the structural integrity of the building that attempted to house it.

  • Neil Young Jack White Bruce Springsteen Bob Dylan Musicares Tribute Concert Grammys Video

    Neil Young, Jack White, and Bruce Springsteen Pay Tribute to Bob Dylan at MusiCares Concert

    This year's Grammys weekend started Friday night with the annual MusiCares Person of the Year Concert, which honored Bob Dylan for his lifelong achievements in music and his philanthropic efforts.A host of singer-songwriters that Dylan has influenced over the year paid tribute to him in a marathon concert of covers, featuring appearances from Beck, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Alanis Morissette, Sheryl Crow, John Mellancamp, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Tom Jones, Willie Nelson, and more.No full footage has surfaced from the show yet (Consequence of Sound speculates that a full video of the show will eventually be released), but the MusiCares Foundation shared a few clips from the show on Vine.

  • Tom DeLonge Release New Music Blink 182 Split Breakup March 1

    Tom DeLonge To Release New Music Following Split From Blink-182

    Over the course of the past couple of weeks, the original lineup of Blink-182 has done a fair bit of squabbling in the press over the current state of the band. Now that the dust has settled, it would seem that Tom DeLonge is definitively out of the band, but that doesn't seem to be stopping him from releasing new music. According to a Facebook post on Friday, via EW, the guitarist is now planning to put out new solo recordings on March 1."I have a lot of music I was working hard on," he wrote in the post. "Things happen, so I guess we have a change of plans… Either way, I think you guys should hear it."The "things" and the "change of plans" he's referring to undoubtedly refer to his unplanned departure from the band, but he nevertheless seems to be heading full steam ahead on this new material, which is already less than a month away from its release date.

  • Gorillaz Reunion Damon Albarn Jamie Hewlett Instagram

    Gorillaz Co-Creator Jamie Hewlett Confirms Rumors of the Band's Return

    In the cavalcade of interviews that Damon Albarn did in support of his Essential 2014 solo album Everyday Robots, he dropped hints occasionally that his band Gorillaz might be returning sometime soon. But as Revolt points out, Co-creator Jamie Hewlett confirmed those rumors in a vague Instagram post on Friday, saying "Yes Gorillaz Returns," to a fan's comment after he posted portraits of the band's "members" Murdoc and Noodle. It's unclear at this point what this "return" would entail, but any music produced would be the band's first material since their 2011 album The Fall. You can check out both of Hewlett's new drawings below as you anxiously await the return of the world's preeminent animated band. #Murdoc in colourA photo posted by hewll (@hewll) on Jan 30, 2015 at 11:36am PST #Noodle A photo posted by hewll (@hewll) on Jan 30, 2015 at 10:24am PST

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