>> How about let's all watch M.I.A. perform "Y.A.L.A." on Coco. Moving on, Childish Gambino rolled off the couch and did disjointed but interesting new song "Shadows" on Arsenio. Yes? No? How about Gaga and Muppets? How about Gaga's right titty? Sorry. I just wanna be yr tugboat captain.
>> "Technically my first job in NYC was acting in the Sheryl Crow video for "Everyday Is a Winding Road," which was filmed in Carroll Gardens. I was 10, and in the final cut you could only see my feet. Bummer." ~ Alexis Krauss, of Sleigh Bells
>> It doesn't look good for Rap Genius.
Duet For Theremin and Lap Steel's cavernous drones and slow motion ambiance graced the air waves via Live at WREK last night, making an excellent counterpart to the first night of unreasonably cold weather we've seen this year (November 12). If you didn't brave the elements to catch their performance at Under the Couch, and if you didn't tune in, the set will be streaming online at WREK for the next two weeks. Check it out below.
>> How much do you love the new Cate Le Bon Mug Museum song (and accompanying video for) "Are You With Me Now?" The answer is: Almost as much as you love the amazing new Lily Allen video for "Hard Out Here... for a bitch." Shots fired!
>> Listen to Lorde's questionable cover of the Tears For Fears/Real Genius classic "Everybody Wants To Rule The World." Sigh. We all love Lorde, but these molasses swaggering REIMAGINATIONS all decked with bursts of pretentious Hollywood studio magic bombast have got. to. stop.
>> Happy birthday, Neil Young.
>> Weekly Feed talks to Vampire Weekend about clearing album cover art, trilogies, money, and revising lyrics. Speaking of money, for Riff Raff, it's no longer freestyle, it's FEEstyle.
>> Watch Katy Perry perform Prism track "Unconditionally" live(?) from 20 feet above the crowd at the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards. Pretty good. Speaking of live music, Atlanta band Shantih Shantih performed their song "Come And Treat Me Now" live on a front porch.
>> With the Yeezus Tour still in the shop, Kanye found time over the weekend to pop up on stage at Leonardo DiCaprio's birthday party and at the second annual Odd Future Carnival at the Los Angles Coliseum, where he did Late Registration bonus track "Late" and "New Slaves" with big fan Tyler, The Creator. Nori who?
>> According to the cats at Buzzfeed, theses are the 30 Best Pop Songs You Might Have Missed.
>> Moving forward, managing the massive estate of Miles Davis.
The surf rock ladies of La Luz were involved in a serious car accident this past week, destroying their van and gear. There were some injuries reported, but all in all the band is in stable condition. However, as a result of the accident, the band is forced to cancel the rest of its remaining US tour dates with of Montreal.
A Paypal account has been set up to help the band get back on their feet. For those that want to help the cause, check out the Paypal website and donate to firstname.lastname@example.org. 100% of the proceeds will go towards medical bills, a new van, new instruments, and new merchandise.
In the group's absence, Little Tybee will open of Montreal's upcoming Atlanta show at Terminal West on Sun., Nov. 17.
>> Last night M.I.A. sat down for a sweet and self-depricating chat with Jimmy Fallon and then somehow summoned the zero energy to get up and (even with the aid 4 back-up singers) lip sync her fun fun fun in the sun sun sun new song "Come Walk With Me," with a little help from The Roots. M.I.A., I love you, but you're bringing me down.
>> Last night Tyler The Creator was a guest on the unstoppable new Arsenio Hall Show, where he was mostly his normal highly intelligent, colorful, hilarious, aaaand a little ignorant self.
>> Julie Hardy and Mike MacAllister are New York, New York's Clementine and the Galaxy, "a pop duo with their hands on synthesizers and heads in the clouds."
>> PUNCH grabs drinks with LCD Soundsystem's Nancy Whang.
>> Perpetua on Gaga and ARTPOP: Her entire career to date is basically a meta performance piece about the imperial phase ... it's increasingly disconnected from a need for the market to validate her success.
>> Watch the new cut, copy, paste video from Grass Widow's Hannah Lew's side project Cold Beat for "Worms." Nice retro vibes! Now watch something totally different in the form of a new video from rising British artist Rosie Low for "Right Thing."
>> Pitchfork has posted an enormous retrospective piece on Atlanta royalty Outkast. #longread
>> 18-year-old rap star Chief Keef is headed to rehab after violating parole after failing drug tests.
>> Worst performance on SNL ever LOL not even and the woman who said no to Kanye LOL not even(?) Miss Lana Del Rey seeks forgiveness for her sins from John wait for it Wayne in a new teaser for new project, Tropico.
>> Automatic For The People restaurant to close? Speaking of R.E.M.-related people, Jim McKay will be in Athens Nov. 15-18 for Everyday People: The Film, Television, and Video Work of Jim McKay. Bonus: R.E.M. Holy grail, Just Like A Movie, finds its way onto YouTube.
>> Beck made you a Spotify playlist of some of his favorite music. Thank you, Beck.
No Regular Play features Greg Paulus and Nick DeBruyn, two Brooklyn transplants who have an affinity for house and techno records recorded for the club, and the song structures of hip-hop, jazz, and R&B. The two have taken their influences to new territories within the realms of dance music with playful production that bounces between deep house and sexy electro funk to down-tempo melodies and afro-latin rhythms.
come on man you know you got a bromance. you probably still rock that OutKast…
Yes, 14 is the correct answer. I'll pass your info along to the group's manager,…
That was January of 2007, and they are 21 now, so I'm guessing 14?
WWW you trying to date big boi? Sounds like you got a lil bromance bruh