The other night Little Dragon stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman to perform their new single “Klapp Klapp.” It’s off their upcoming album Nabuma Ruberband. The performance was great, sounding just as awesome as the recorded version of the track.
Last night David Letterman may have won late night tv for the rest of 2014. I don’t know if anyone else can out do the lineup he had last night: Louis C.K. and Arctic Monkeys. Hot damn.
Arctic Monkeys dropped in ahead of their sold out show at Madison freaking Square Garden on February 8 to play “Do I Wanna Know?” Nick is now sported a full on beard and Alex is still shaking those hips.
They’ve recently re-released the deluxe edition of their debut album Youth. Earlier in the week they stopped by Jimmy Fallon to play “Thunder Clatter.” It was their television debut, and they knocked it out of the park.
By Will Oliver, January 12th 2014 — with 1 comment
In case you missed it, here’s Parquet Courts incredibly air tight performance of “Stoned and Starving” on Jimmy Fallon last week. It made me even more excited to see these guys play in Brooklyn in a few days.
This week on The Colbert Report, Colbert is doing various Christmas carols with various artists. Last night Colbert performed “Silver Bells” with Matt Berninger and Byrce & Aaron Dessner of The National, as well as Gregg Allman.
Even if you’re not one for Christmas songs, you’ll still find enjoyment in this just purely to hear The National covering a Christmas song.
King Krule keeps the TV appearances going strong. Last week he stopped by Letterman to play “Easy Easy.” Then last night he stopped by Conan to play “Lizard State” with a 3-piece horn section and all. The guy just keeps amazing me.
By Will Oliver, October 30th 2013 — with 1 comment
King Krule made his U.S. TV debut the other night on Letterman, giving a hot performance of 6 Feet Beneath The Moon track, “Easy Easy.” They really knocked it out of the park. Watch the performance below. Read the rest of this entry »
On Tuesday night Arcade Fire stopped by the Colbert Report. Win and Will did a quick interview with Colbert, then the band performed Reflektor tracks “Normal Person” for the show, as well as “Afterlife” for the web exclusive.