Sleater-Kinney confirms new album ‘No Cities To Love’ and 2015 tour
One of the advantages movies have over books is the sonic potential of music
Did you know that Garfunkel and Oates was once a trio? Find out more on this week’s episode, but prep first by getting acquainted with these musicians who got booted from their bands before fame came calling.
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On this week’s Garfunkel and Oates, Riki and Kate sing an ode to getting high… legally. Catch the episode Thursday 10p.
Get ready to rock with “Start Together” out Oct. 21.
Sure, numerically speaking, the numbers 29 and 31 are only separated by a single digit, but in reality, they are a world apart.
Cults are OVER!
Go Sports Go!
Riki and Kate sing about marriage equality.
Michael Cera just released an album, True That.
Arguably the three best things about watching sports are getting drunk, trash talking (while drunk) and a good fight song (to drink to).
Continuing on his streak of making every day this week totally awesome, Weird Al drops the video for “Handy” – his parody of Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy.”
Music is such an integral part of the world of Quentin Tarantino, it’s difficult to think about your favorite scenes from one of his films without hearing a ’70s soul classic or a track from some obscure spaghetti Western score.
Not since Hall & Oates have we been this excited about a two-piece.
Weird Al stops by Comedy Bang! Bang! tonight at 10:30p.
While Celine Dion and this guy trapped at a Las Vegas airport, thought they had cornered…
Catch Michael Nesmith of the Monkees tonight at 10/9c on Portlandia.
This Saturday is Record Store Day, the perfect opportunity to get out of the house and pick up some new music. For some suggestions, we turned to noted vinyl enthusiast Marc Maron, who shot us back a list – and descriptions – of records he’s listening to right now. Check them out below. 5. Mothers…
Comedy Bang! Bang! returns to IFC on Thurs, May 8 at 10:30 p.m. ET.
Watch Fred Armisen attempt to make the ultimate Beatles documentary on this week’s Portlandia, airing Thurs at 10/9c.
Portland sludge rockers Red Fang have released a new video, featuring Portlandia‘s Fred Armisen hiding from an undead horde. While Fred has a lot of experience running from DJ zombies, the walking dead in this clip don’t want you to come to their DJ night, they want your beer. They want ALL the beer and…
While you were eating leftovers on Friday, Portlandia star Carrie Brownstein was getting the band back together. When Pearl Jam stopped over in Portland, Ore., Carrie hit the stage with her Sleater-Kinney bandmates Janet Weiss and Corin Tucker. The alt-rock heroes performed together for the first time since 2006, much to the delight of fans,…
R. Kelly teamed up with Lady Gaga last night on the American Music Awards and the results were completely, perfectly, amazingly over the top. They dynamic duo fashioned themselves as a salacious secretary (that bore a striking resemblance to Marilyn Monroe) to “President Kelly” while playing their new hit “Do What U Want” in a…
J. Mascis and Fred Armisen reunited over the weekend, but not for another Battle of the Gentle Bands. The Portlandia star was in Boston to play a set of songs, including some Ian Rubbish numbers, at the Berklee College of Music and the Dinosaur Jr. frontman joined him on stage (along with Leigh Nash of…
How do you improve one of the greatest songs ever written? How about a fantastic lip-synching job by Marc Maron? To promote an upcoming box set, Bob Dylan has a released an interactive, television-themed video for his 1965 classic “Like a Rolling Stone,” featuring Marc, along with the Pawn Stars guys, Drew Carey, and other…