• 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

  • Black Keys Austin City Limits PBS Video

    The Black Keys Bring Bluesy Blitz to 'Austin City Limits'

    Though they're already working on their next album, the Black Keys are still touring on the back of their 2014 LP Turn Blue, and recently that trek took them through the studios at Austin City Limits. We got a little preview of the episode last week, but on Saturday night the PBS show aired in full. The Akron-based duo played a brief, but career-spanning, set that demonstrates the sort of careening live behemoth that they've grown into over the years. Count that as another great performance in this 40th season of the live music TV show. J Roddy Walston & the Business also performs a brief set. You can check out the whole thing up above, and be on the lookout for new Black Keys material, likely sooner than later.

  • Dangelo Saturday Night Live Really Love the Charade Black Messiah Video Stream

    D'Angelo's 'Black Messiah' Tracks Proved Moving on 'Saturday Night Live'

    D'Angelo's been a pretty stellar live TV performer over the course of his nearly two-decade long career, and he proved this weekend on Saturday Night Live that nothing much has changed. On the J.K. Simmons-hosted episode of the sketch comedy show, the Voodoo singer showed up for a couple of stellar, and surprisingly affecting performances. "The Charade," which was the night's second performance, was the obvious highlight. The track's political message was echoed by his band's members' choice to wear shirts that read "Black Lives Matter" or "I Can't Breathe". There was also a chalk outline of a body on the floor, making literal the harrowing content of the track and confirming just how moving some of these Black Messiah cuts can be. "Really Love" proved a lighter warmup number with D'Angelo sporting a tasteful poncho and a hat worn askew.

  • Temple of the Dog Mad Season Seattle Symphony Orchestra Video Stream

    Mad Season and Temple of the Dog Reunited With Help From a Full Orchestra

    Some rock reunions can drag on forever, but whether out of respect for the circumstances or general prudence a couple of Seattle icons got back together for a one-off show on Friday night. Temple of the Dog, who's been known to occasionally join up for a nostalgic number, and Mad Season performed with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, marking the latter act's first live appearance in decades. The night largely revolved around Pearl Jam's Mike McCready, who played in both acts and was debuting several classical compositions with the orchestra, according to Rolling Stone.Mad Season was originally fronted by Alice In Chains singer Layne Staley, who passed away in 2002, so Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell filled in for the three singles from the band's only album Above.

  • Jack White Q-Tip Excursions Madison Square Garden Video

    Jack White and Q-Tip Bring the Blues to A Tribe Called Quest's 'Excursions' in New York

    As if a sold out show at Madison Square Garden with Run the Jewels opening wasn't enough to make Jack White's Friday night tour stop in New York a little out of the ordinary, he also had another big trick up his sleeve in the form of A Tribe Called Quest's Q-Tip. In the midst of his performance of the Lazaretto standout "The Black Bat Licorice," the legendary rapper came out on stage to finish out the track before launching into a bluesy full-band rendition of the Tribe's own Low End Theory track "Excursions."Not to be outdone by the headlining act, Run the Jewels had a guest rapper of their own earlier in the evening, enlisting Zach De La Rocha of Rage Against the Machine to perform on the Run the Jewels 2 cut "Close Your Eyes (and Count to Fuck)." You can catch that performance below, and the Q-Tip/Jack White performance up above.

  • Rihanna Paul McCartney Kanye West FourFiveSeconds Behind the Scenes Video

    Go Behind the Scenes on Rihanna, Kanye West, Paul McCartney's 'FourFiveSeconds' Video

    Just last week, Rihanna shared "FourFiveSeconds," the first taste of new music from her long-gestating eighth studio album, which happened to feature a couple of pop music's all-time greats, Kanye West and Paul McCartney. Friday night, she teased the video for that song with a short clip from the set of the shoot. McCartney and 'Ye are both on hand as she reveals a few details about the track, including that Kanye came up with the "street denim, all-american" look for the video. You can catch the whole clip above, which features some choice preening from McCartney in the background. The Unapologetic singer's new album is expected out later this year, but there's few other details available as of yet.

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