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Run the Jewels helped Stephen Colbert celebrate his birthday in the darkest way possible: Watch

In one of the late night universe’s better running bits, the blunt, fiery Run the Jewels have routinely run afoul of Stephen Colbert’s wholesome side. In 2016, they dirtied up his stab at a new Halloween dance, and then, this past Christmas, they brought some fierce, profanity-filled takes to his “Jingle Jingle (Santa Party)”. As such, Colbert was a

Pearl Jam eye 2019 release for new album

Subscribe via iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | YouTube | RSS Pearl Jam returned in March with “Can’t Deny Me”, which served as the first single off the band’s upcoming eleventh solo album. We haven’t heard much about the album since then, and that’s probably because it’s not yet finished. And it probably won’t be for some time. Appearing

Listen to Roger Daltrey's New Song, 'How Far'

The song first appeared on the 1972 self-titled album by Stills’ short-lived band Manassas, and is one of several covers on Daltrey’s upcoming LP. The record also includes takes on Stevie Wonder’s “You Haven’t Done Nothing,” Nick Cave’s “Into My Arms” and the title track by Garnet Mimms. Daltrey said the soul leanings of the album brought back

Live Review: Arctic Monkeys Check into Brooklyn Steel with New Music (5/9)

Setting the Stage: It took Arctic Monkeys seven years and five albums to really break through in America. “I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor” off their Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not debut was a world-wide hit, but subsequent albums failed to catch on as well as they did across

Live Review: Arctic Monkeys Check into Brooklyn Steel with New Music (5/9)

Setting the Stage: It took Arctic Monkeys seven years and five albums to really break through in America. “I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor” off their Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not debut was a world-wide hit, but subsequent albums failed to catch on as well as they did across

The History of Yes Live Albums

In their tumultuous half-century of existence, Yes have released 15 live albums. That’s way too many live albums. No band, not even the kings of progressive rock, should average one concert recording every 3.3 years. Given the sheer bloat, it’s no shock that their stage discography runs the gamut from cosmically consummate (1973 triple-LP Yessongs) to cringe-worthy (2015’s Like

Pearl Jam's Mike McCready Teams Up With KT Tunstall for Tom Petty Cover

Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready has joined forces with singer-songwriter KT Tunstall and Thunderpussy’s Leah Julius to record a cover of Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down.” They just released a video for the song — which raises funds for Pearl Jam’s Vitalogy Foundation — that features images of protests from around the world. McCready also produced