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Latest From Foo Fighters And Banks Is Now On The KROQ Playlist

Check out the newest from Foo Fighters and Banks on this week’s KROQ Most Played list.


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[Internet Roundup] Peyton Manning: OH YEAH!, Plizzanet Earth With Snoop Dogg + More

On this edition of the Internet Roundup: Peyton Manning, OH YEAH! Another Walking Dead Bad Lip Reading, the scariest 1 minute you’ll ever see, an honest trailer of X-Men: Days of Future Past, Plizzzanet Earth with Snoop and more.


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Flea: Next Red Hot Chili Peppers Album Will Be ‘Super Danceable’

Although we have no idea when the Red Hot Chili Peppers will release their forthcoming album, Flea has confirmed they’re writing some pretty funky stuff.


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Lorde Tags Chemical Brothers, Miguel for ‘Hunger Games’ Song ‘This is Not a Game’

The song is a formidable welcoming back for the Chemical Brothers.


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Foo Fighters Debut ‘Something from Nothing’ Lyric Video, Featuring Rick Nielsen

Sonic Highways is out Nov. 10. The second episode of the HBO series airs this Friday, Oct. 24.


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The Cat & Fiddle Closing Its Doors Forever On December 15

Whether you loved going there during the World Cup or you went there for a proper British pint after work, Hollywood’s beloved The Cat & Fiddle is pouring it’s last brew on December 15.



Travis Barker On New Famous Stars & Straps Family Guy & Misfits Collaborations, Forthcoming Memoir + More

Travis Barker stopped by The Kevin & Bean Show to talk about the latest Famous Stars & Straps collaborations with Family Guy and The Misfits. Travis also discusses playing with Demi Lovato, his crazy schedule, and his forthcoming memoir.



Watch Hozier Perform “Take Me To Church” and “To Be Alone” Live on Kevin & Bean

Hozier stopped by the KROQ studios to talk about his new self-titled album and perform “To Be Alone” and “Take Me To Church” live on The Kevin & Bean Show. Watch now!


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Interview: Gavin Rossdale on Bush, Gwen & Being Young and Dumb

Looking back on his past achievements, the Bush singer can’t help but cite the Buddhist philosophy that says everyone suffers from the concept of time. Time, and what one chooses to do with it, is something that Rossdale’s been contemplating.



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