• Beck Austin City Limits Full Episode Video

    Beck Kicked Off 'Austin City Limits' 40th Season With a Career-Spanning Set

    Austin City Limits, PBS' long-running music TV show, finally kicked off its 40th season on Saturday night after months of teasing the opening with mini-performances from Nine Inch Nails, Beck, and Foo Fighters. The show finally aired the full hour-long Beck episode, and it's just as exciting as all of the promo clips would've suggested. Though the setlist leans on his February LP Morning Phase, the show seems to have been a pretty accurate showcase of the Los Angeles experimentalist's recent tour, meaning there were requisite runs through "Loser," "Girl," "Where It's At," and a host of other hits. You can watch the whole thing above.

  • Foo Fighters Roky Erikson Two Headed Dog Cover Video

    Watch Foo Fighters' Freewheeling Cover of Roky Erickson's 'Two Headed Dog'

    PBS' live music TV show Austin City Limits is gearing up to celebrate its 40th season starting Saturday, October 4 and though they've already celebrated that occasion with teaser performances from Nine Inch Nails and Beck, they've enlisted another crew of '90s alt-rock legends to herald the first episode. Friday, Foo Fighters shared a blitzing cover of psych-rock explorer Roky Erickson's "Two Headed Dog." Though the cover is a fairly faithful representation of the Erickson's raspy original, Dave Grohl's take offers a refreshingly freewheeling side of the Foos. If nothing else, it serves heighten anticipation for the October 17 debut of Grohl's Sonic Highways show and the November 10 release of the album of the same name. Watch above via Consequence of Sound.

  • Pharrell Daft Punk Gust of Wind Edgar Wright Video Teaser

    Pharrell Finds Daft Punk-Shaped Boulders in 'Gust of Wind' Video Teaser

    Though Pharrell just released another cutesy animated visual for "It Girl," the hat-wearing multi-hyphenate superstar is already teasing the release of another clip from his March solo album G I R L, this time for the Daft Punk-collaboration "Gust of Wind." He's only shared just 30-seconds of the video, but it looks to be the high-budget sort of exercise you might expect.Directed by filmmaker Edgar Wright, who also directed Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and Scott Pilgrim Versus the World the short clip features Pharrell in another iconic hat traipsing through a forest before coming upon some familiar robot-shaped boulders. No other information is available about the visual just yet, but it looks mysterious if nothing else. The end of the teaser promises that it's "coming soon."

  • Jack White Pearl Jam Mike McCready Interview Pearl Jam Sexism

    Jack White Talks Music Industry Sexism in Interview With Pearl Jam's Mike McCready

    Aside from making buzzy blues-rock records and crafting the latest in kitschy vinyl releases, Jack White has also become known as something of an unpredictable interview subject. After being forced to apologize for comments he made earlier this year about Adele, the Black Keys, and his former bandmate Meg White, you'd think that the Third Man Records boss might be a little more hesitant to interact with the press. But Sirius/XM satellite radio has started to tease another big interview with the old-timey impresario and it appears that he actually has some pretty progressive things to say about the perception of women in the music industry.In a clip from a conversation with Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready (the interview will air on the band's dedicated station), White talks about his decision to use an all-female band on occasions over the past couple of years.

  • Weezer Best Coast Go Away Everything Will Be Alright in the End Live Video

    Weezer and Best Coast Strip Down for 'Go Away' Performance on KROQ

    After months of teasers, Weezer's ninth studio album Everything Will Be Alright in the End finally hits shelves next week. The alt-rock heroes have already released a handful of stunning singles, a low-gravity video, and streamed the whole thing, but Friday evening they shared a set of special performances from Los Angeles radio station KROQ.Full band in tow, Rivers Cuomo brought a lighter touch to some tracks from the album, offering the same anthemic melodies, but on a host of acoustic guitars rather than with muscular Ric Ocasek production. And for their performance of "Go Away," Cuomo and co. brought along that song's co-writer, Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino. You can watch video of that performance above, as well as stripped-down performances of "Lonely Girl" and "Ain't Got Nobody" below.Everything Will Be Alright in the End is out October 7 on Republic Records.

  • Weezer Back to the Shack Everything Will Be Alright in the End Video

    Weezer Jam on the Moon in Their 'Back to the Shack' Video

    Just about everything in the lead-up to Weezer's ninth studio album Everything Will Be Alright in the End has been about gazing backwards. In interviews, they've called this a successor to their most beloved material from the early '90s. They've also reenlisted producer Ric Ocasek, who handled the boards on The Blue Album and Pinkerton.The record's nostalgically minded first single "Back to the Shack" also takes a look into the rearview mirror and attempts to right some wrongs, but the video, which Cuomo and crew have shared today, instead decides to look forward to a gleeful future where an alt-rock band can jam on the moon without astronaut suits or an apparent need for oxygen.

  • black sabbath final album tour 2015 interview

    Black Sabbath Schedule Their Final Album and Tour for 2015

    After the worldwide success of their comeback album from last year, 13, it seems natural that the English metal progenitors in Black Sabbath would attempt to get back into the studio to try to capture some more of that dark magic. By singer Ozzy Osbourne's estimation in an interview with Metal Hammer, a new album is planned for "sooner rather than later," but despite their chart-topping recent success, it seems this record will be their last."We're going to do one more album, and a final tour," Osbourne says. The trio doesn't have any new material written yet, but Osbourne says sessions should begin in early 2015."Obviously a lot of it is coming down to [guitarist] Tony [Iommi]'s health, he's obviously got his cancer treatment, but we'll get onto it next year," Osbourne explained.

  • Kid Cudi Outkast Erykah Badu Meltdown

    Kid Cudi Reportedly Berates Crowd, Storms Offstage at OutKast Festival

    OutKast's marathon reunion tour still has to roll on through a couple of music festivals in the coming weeks, but this past weekend, an Atlanta fest dubbed #ATLast served as a landmark event in the duo's comeback. Reports from the event suggested that spirits were high, as one might expect for a high-profile homecoming show, but it seems that at least one attendant wasn't sharing in the celebratory vibe. According to the NME, Kid Cudi wasn't too happy with a disinterested crowd, but rather than take the opportunity to try and win over new fans, he sarcastically berated the attendees.After starting the show by saying that he "[knew] who [the fans] came here to see tonight," he later backhandedly thanked his "five fans" who were at the show.

  • aretha frankling rolling in the deep adele cover song

    Aretha Franklin Schools Adele on Roiling 'Rolling in the Deep' Cover

    Over the course of her 50-plus years of churning out boisterous and soulful vocal jams, Aretha Franklin has established herself as one of the most technically talented and emotionally affecting singers in the history of pop music. For her next studio record, she's celebrating that legacy by taking on what she's describing as some of the "great diva classics" that have been released over the course of her lengthy career.Contemporaries like Etta James, Gloria Gaynor, and Gladys Knight are all represented, as are a handful of her disciples including Adele, Alicia Keys, and Sinéad O'Connor. The cover of Adele's chart-shattering "Rolling in the Deep" is available today, and it's a surprisingly stunning rendition of the track.

  • Snoop Dogg Weed Alaska Show News Reporter Interview

    Snoop Dogg Will Play an Alaska Show If Local Voters Legalize Weed

    Snoop Dogg has made sure over the years that his love for all things weed-related has been well documented, so he's found something of a kindred spirit in former Alaskan news reporter Charlo Greene. The former KTVA reporter just recently quit her post in dramatic fashion by revealing that she was the owner of the Alaska Cannibis Club.

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