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Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Live In Concert: SXSW 2013 : NPR

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Live In Concert: SXSW 2013 : NPR:




Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Recorded Live At Stubb's - Austin, TX - March 13, 2013April 11, 2013 Karen O, Nick Zinner and Brian Chase's performance at NPR Music's SXSW showcase was the band's only appearance at this year's festival. The New York trio performed their new single "Sacrilege" for the first time in front of an audience and dazzled the packed Stubb's crowd with a bunch of beloved hits from yesteryear. Watch highlights from the show here.

::Set List::

"Mosquito" "Cold Light" "Under the Earth"* "Art Star" "Gold Lion"* "Zero" "Subway"* "Maps" "Sacrilege"* "Cheated Hearts" "Miles Away" "Heads Will Roll"*


Head over to NPR, to read more of Stephen Thompson's review of the show,




New Video: "How Long" from Trent Reznor's, New Band; "How To Destroy Angels"

The members of How To Destroy Angels, a collective featuring Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor, his wife and singer Mariqueen Maandig, art director Rob Sheridan and the brilliant composer Atticus Ross, have an unambiguously grim view of where civilization is headed. In a new video for the song "How Long," from the band's upcoming album Welcome Oblivion, man hunts man in (surprise) a terrifying, dystopian future.

Credit: Courtesy of the artist The video was created and directed by the London-based visual arts collective Shynola. While there are only three characters in the short film, it speaks volumes about our reptilian instincts for survival. In a joint email, the members of Shynola say they "had a great conversation where the band articulated their ideas about modern identity, the effect of technology on culture and our inability to connect with others. We're fascinated by anthropology and coincidentally we had been toying with ideas for a feature film a…

Newport Folk 2012 gets a Full Stream Treatment on NPR: Full Performances by Wilco, Blitzen Trapper, Alabama Shakes, and More

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via npr.org Wilco performed at the 2012 Newport Folk Festival, recorded live on Friday, July 27 in Newport, R.I.Set List:"Christ For President"
"Art Of Almost"
"I Might"
"Poor Places"
"Spiders/Kidsmoke"
"Impossible Germany"
"Born Alone"
"Laminated Cat"
"Open Mind"
"Handshake Drugs"
"Can't Stand It"
"Whole Love"
"Box Full Of Letters"
"Always In Love"
"Heavy Metal Drummer"
"I'm The Man Who Loves You"
"Dawned On Me"
"A Shot In the Arm"
"California Stars"
"Airline To Heaven"
"The Late Greats"
"Walken"
"Hoodoo Voodoo"Wilco Live from Newport via npr.org Blitzen Trapper performs as part of the 2012 Newport Folk Festival, recorded live on Friday, July 27 in Newport, R.I. :Set List: "Astronaut" "Fletcher" "Black River Killer" "Furr&q…

Listen: Ryan Adams, 'Ashes And Fire' in Full | NPR

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Photo: David Black Ryan Adams' new album, Ashes & Fire, comes out Oct. 11. You never know which Ryan Adams you're going to get. Is he crooning, or is he raging? Is the music metal, or twangy country? He can successfully crib just about any style of popular music he chooses: the Dead, the Stones, The Flying Burrito Brothers — it's all in his wheelhouse. You can't help but ask: Will the real Ryan Adams ever stand up?
Now, throw into that complex mix his recent marriage to Mandy Moore, a two-year hiatus from music (long for him, certainly), and a chronic and painful inner-ear affliction called Ménière's disease, which apparently causes him to hear strange tones and fall over things. No, it's not the drink or drugs: He says he's clean and living healthy. In a recent interview, Adams said he's had to completely relearn music because of the Ménière's.
This time out, we have a happy (we hope) and clean (we'll take his word) Adams, making perhaps hi…

Live Today: Deer Tick In Concert : NPR

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via npr.org The Show Begins At Noon ET Posted via email from Second Verse...Same As The First