Posted: July 23, 2014
All the while, the viewer sees serene images of a surfer riding the waves as the drums and post-punk guitar kick in.
“All the Rage Back Home” is on Interpol’s upcoming album El Pintor, which is scheduled to drop Sept. 9. In the meantime, check out the video below.
Posted: July 14, 2014
And that wasn’t all. Earlier in the show, host Jimmy Fallon, who has been known to pull off some amazing impressions of musicians, came out dressed as Neil Young to play pop songstress Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy.” Who would eventually join Fallon but Stephen Stills, David Crosby and Graham Nash themselves, marking a pseudo-reunion of CSNY for the next-level cover.
Watch both performances below and click here for a list of Crosby, Stills and Nash’s summer tour dates.
Posted: July 11, 2014
The BBC posted evidence of Band of Skulls in festival action, with a clip of the band rocking out the track “I Guess I Know You Fairly Well.”
The song comes off Band of Skulls’ 2014 album Himalayan, and you can watch the trio play it below.
Posted: July 7, 2014
The clip depicts a raucous party that begins in a living room and spills out into a backyard, where the family vibe is certainly evident.
Check out the video below.
Posted: July 3, 2014
With a new album on the way called Rockabilly Riot: All Original (Aug. 12), the great Brian Setzer dropped an advanced track that is a perfect representation of his electric 1950s-inspired sound.
“Let’s Shake” clocks in at 3:29 and is pure rockabilly, with hand claps, a jangly pace and a searing Setzer guitar solo.
Speaking of guitar solos, Setzer recently shared his favorite one with Time.
“We could talk all day about that, but the best guitar solo, the one that changed everything for me, was in ‘Be-Bop-A-Lula,’” he told the magazine. “I was in a punk rock club in New York. I was underage, 17 or so, so it must have been ’79 or ’78. The music was all punk rock and New Wave was just starting, but I heard ‘Be-Bop-A-Lula’ come on and it was like a hand came across the room and grabbed me and said, ‘Listen to this!’ That guitar solo was half twangy, half rock ‘n’ roll. It made no kind of sense, but all kind of sense. It had it all. It had beautiful finger-picking, it had single string; it was musical, but it was rock ‘n’ roll. That guitar solo has them all beat.”
Stream the audio for “Let’s Shake” below and just try to stay in your seat.
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