Fun. delivers operatic vocals, theatrical cocktails, and dapper grins in their intro to “Some Nights.”
Hurricane Bells get a second chance after revisiting the painful ruins of the past.
Members of The Radio Dept branch out into wild Samoan-inflected sounds
Seven guys in a van looking for the best dosa in NYC.
Nick Mason opens up about Syd Barrett and about making the right sounds at the right time.
Eight-time Grammy winner Adele was nothing if not modest last night, thanking her collaborators during each walk to the glittery stage. But those listening closely may have caught one name that stood out: Dan Wilson, the co-writer of the ubiquitous “Someone Like You.” While no stranger to the award show (he picked up a Best…
Watch the raw spectacle of Graham Van Pelt’s supernatural misfit story.
Grab hold of the good old jangle, “It Hurts Every Time.”
Daydream Vacation is the new project from Head Like a Kite and Smoosh
The French duo discuss their soundtrack to the newly restored 1902 George Méliès film “Le Voyage Dans La Lune”
St. Vincent stopped by the 4AD Sessions and Portlandia.
Lindsay Fuller’s debut video features the singer in a blood bath, mourning the loss of a dear friend.
Article: Soundtracks: “Chronicle”
Dark superpower thriller, “Chronicle,” taps into the musical tastes of indie youth.
Virgin Forest, the darker side of Phosphorescent, follow their friend on a night on the town in “Don’t Be Afraid.”
Check out the latest video from Portland-based band Radiation City
Watch John K. Samson drive into the heart of his “Provincial” Manitoba.
There are a set of challenges to making a great concert film. The movie should make you feel like a participant at the event, give you the full expanse of the stadium show as though you are in the back of the house, and finally, connect you with the band as though you have better…
Watch Danger Mouse, Daniele Luppi, and Norah Jones perform a song from “Rome” live.
Download the new Zuccotti Park sing along from This Is The Now!
The show heads to Broadway in preview performances starting February 28.
An Horse worries over the fear of flying while folding laundry… or is it?
Article: Shelf Life: “The Last Waltz”
During the oddball January clash between straggling awards-season fare and low-heat studio releases hoping to die a quiet death, it’s really a “whoever wins, we lose” kind of situation: few of the real critical knockouts take until the new year to find audiences, and the studio dregs often demand that their audience be literally knocked…
Watch the timeless, “Time Heals,” from the magnificent debut of songwriter Bhi Bhiman.
In what’s certainly the cutest Internet video since that cat watching tennis (which I can’t seem to find, so maybe I dreamt that one), “500 Days of Summer” stars Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt have recorded themselves covering Nancy Wilson’s holiday ditty, “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?” With Deschanel strumming the ukulele and…
Article: IFC.com’s 2011 Holiday Gift Guide
As we approach the festive holidays, surely one of the most important questions is what exactly to pick up your gadget-loving relatives. Luckily IFC is here to help. We’ve sorted through stacks of movies, music, video games, comic books and gadgets to filter out the best gift offerings of 2011. From the return of George…