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Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, the latest project from Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin mastermind Andrew McMahon, has a big 2017 on tap. On February 20, McMahon will release Zombies on Broadway, the second full-length album under this moniker. It’s the follow-up to 2014’s self-titled debut, which was led by the hit single “Cecilia and the Satellite.” In advance of the new album, McMahon premiered the single “Fire Escape” back in September and, more recently, “Brooklyn, You’re Killing Me:” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mD_RkL8VkuM McMahon characterized the new material with a message: I wrote this album in the middle of a whirlwind, when the future was…

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English singer/songwriter David Gray, currently out on the road performing songs from throughout his career in support of his new collection The Best Of David Gray, continued his victory lap with a stopover at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. There, Gray performed his still-ubiquitous hit, “Babylon,” off his seven-million-selling 1998 album White Ladder: In commemoration of the Best Of album, Gray and Spotify teamed up for a dynamic playlist that changes every Monday, adding and subtracting songs depending on the previous week’s play count. It’s a pretty fresh way to experience songs from throughout his career, including the hits “Babylon”…

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Highly Suspect, a three-piece alt/rock band from Cape Cod, is rather quickly becoming a big deal in the rock scene. Their sophomore album, The Boy Who Died Wolf, was released on Nov. 18 and, thanks to the dynamic lead single “My Name is Human,” they’re garnering a lot of attention: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljvZ928YGrQ The album, meanwhile, is currently holding down the top spot on Billboard’s Alternative Albums chart, and comes on the heels of the band’s 2015 debut, Mister Asylum, which also earned them two Grammy nominations (for Best Rock Album and Best Rock Song, “Lydia”). They also premiered a video for…

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In The Empire Strikes Back, the middle chapter of George Lucas’ original Star Wars trilogy, Luke Skywalker has an intense experience with a wise old Jedi master name Yoda on the swamp planet Dagobah. His encounter, geared around harnessing his new Jedi powers effectively, was a serious, work-based affair — but thanks to the YouTube series Bad Lip Reading there’s an entirely new way to look at it. You see, around the Thanksgiving break this video popped up and, as you can see below, transformed the entire narrative into an infectious and hilarious song about seagulls and a bunch of…

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Guitar legend Eric Clapton doesn’t tour much these days, but on Monday he announced a quartet of concerts set to take place in March 2017. On March 19 and 20, Clapton will perform at Madison Square Garden, and the following weekend (March 25 and 26) he’ll do the same at the Forum in Los Angeles. Special guests Gary Clark Jr. and Jimmie Vaughan will take part in all four shows, so this is obviously a can’t-miss night of music. Rolling Stone revealed Clapton’s backing band for these shows: Clapton will be joined by keyboardists Walt Richmond and Chris Stainton, drummer…

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The music video wizards in OK Go are back. On Wednesday, the power-pop outfit premiered a video for a song called “The One Moment” (off their 2014 album Hungry Ghosts) and consistent with their never-ending legacy of absolutely jaw-dropping visual effects this one’s on another level. Everything you see in the clip below was filmed in just 4.2 seconds. FOUR SECONDS. It’s the shortest amount of footage filmed for a music video ever, according to Rolling Stone, and a lot happens in that time. Things explode, paint is thrown around, band members fly through the air and it’s all just…

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Fresh off the release of his new mini-LP and just in time for Thanksgiving, Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins has debuted a music video for the song “Range Rover Bitch.” The clip, which is a glammed-up nostalgic look at the ’80s, was premiered over at Rolling Stone and can be viewed below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSs9EDzS4Ik The amusing video is the work of noted director Liam Lynch, and Hawkins told Rolling Stone he’s quite pleased with the result: “Liam Lynch did an incredible job on the ‘Range Rover Bitch’ video. I think our shared love of that pre-MTV late ’70s/very early ’80s direct-to-video late…

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Green Day sure have been busy since the release of their new album Revolution Radio. In addition to shows across the country, the band also paid a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday for two performances: first, of the album’s single, “Bang Bang”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dn9zOvkJ15Q And then the title track, “Revolution Radio”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wI_5dTAFqY Their appearance came just after making headlines for a performance at the American Music Awards, also of the song “Bang Bang,” but with a rather aggressive anti-Donald Trump message delivered by front man Billie Joe Armstrong: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSZ0KzA9e1s Check out their slate of tour dates below, and stay…

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2016 was a banner  year for James Corden, and he’ll start off 2017 with a bang by hosting the 59th annual Grammy Awards. The news came down on Tuesday, with Corden — host of CBS’ The Late Late Show — replacing LL Cool J as the Grammys’ MC, a position LL held for five years. Corden’s viral smash Carpool Karaoke, a skit he churns out regularly on the Late Late Show, has yielded some highly amusing results. In the skit, Corden rides around in a car with the likes of Sir Elton John, Lady Gaga, Adele, the Red Hot Chili…

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Recently, Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders released a great new record, Alone, a collection of new songs produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. On Monday night, Hynde, the band and Auerbach stopped by the Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform the LP’s lead single, “Holy Commotion,” and things got pretty loud: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WW8TtBrcRzs Hynde and the band are gearing up for a big run alongside Stevie Nicks on Nicks’ 24 Karat Gold tour — check out their full slate of shows below! [bbit bandname=”The Pretenders”]

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