Watch Better Oblivion Community Center Play “Sleepwalkin’” On James Corden

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Conor-Oberst-and-Phoebe-BridgersA couple of months ago, Better Oblivion Community Center announced their existence to the world, and they did it on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show. The duo — the team-up of absurdly charismatic indie rock singer-songwriter all-stars Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst — had been widely rumored and teased, but they didn’t make their … More »

Watch POND Cover Madonna’s “Ray Of Light”

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Australian psych-rockers Pond released their new album, Tasmania, earlier this month. Today, they stopped by the Australian radio station Triple J to perform an excellent cover of Madonna’s 1998 hit “Ray Of Light,” which turned 20 just last year. More »

Watch Kacey Musgraves Perform “Rainbow” With Coldplay’s Chris Martin At The 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards

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Kacey Musgraves performed at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles alongside Coldplay’s Chris Martin. Martin played piano while she sat atop a giant glowing rainbow and sang “Rainbow” from Golden Hour, one of the best albums of 2018. Musgraves performed the song at this year’s Grammys, where … More »

These New Puritans – “Where The Trees Are On Fire” Video

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Next week, These New Puritans are releasing their first album in six years, Inside The Rose, the follow-up to 2013’s Field Of Reeds. They started sharing tracks from it last fall, with “Into The Fire,” and we’ve gotten two more singles from it in the last couple months, the album’s More »

Carly Rae Jepsen – “Now That I Found You” Video

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A couple weeks ago, Carly Rae Jepsen released two new tracks, “Now That I Found You” and “No Drug Like Me,” and today she’s put out a music video for the former. It’s her second video for this era, following “Party For One” from last fall. This is an extended Breakfast … More »

Watch Strand Of Oaks Play Colbert With Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires

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Strand-Of-Oaks-on-ColbertNext week, Tim Showalter, the burly rock classicist who records as Strand Of Oaks, will release the new album Eraserland. It’s a big swing. Showalter recorded the song with a pretty impressive backing band: All the non-Jim James members of My Morning Jacket. A few weeks ago, he shared “Ruby,” a sparkling reminisce … More »

Watch Tomberlin Make Her Late-Night TV Debut On Kimmel

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Last year, Artist To Watch alum Sarah Beth Tomberlin put out her really great debut album, At Weddings — we named it one of the best of the year. Last night, she made her late-night television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live, performing a few songs from it, including “Seventeen,” … More »

Baroness – “Borderlines” Video

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Baroness-Gold-And-GreyThe Philadelphia-based metal adventurers Baroness have returned. Baroness recently embarked on a massive co-headlining tour with fellow boundary-pushing rockers Deafheaven, and they’ve just announced the details of their latest album Gold & Grey, which is set to arrive in a few months. It’s the band’s first LP with new guitarist Gina Gleason, and … More »

Grimes – “Pretty Dark” Video

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Grimes-Pretty-Dark-videoGrimes has been in the news a lot lately, but it’s mostly been for reasons that don’t have anything to do with her music. She’s been working on a new album for a long time, and thus far, all we’ve heard is the 2018 single “We Appreciate Power.” Last night, however, Grimes came … More »

Vampire Weekend – “Sunflower” Video (Feat. Jerry Seinfeld) (Dir. Jonah Hill)

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Last week, Vampire Weekend released two new songs, “Sunflower” and “Big Blue,” the second in a trio of two-song drops leading up to their fourth album, Father Of The Bride, which comes out the first week of May. More »