Beginning at 6pm each night, AXS TV will be webcasting sets from some of Coachella’s biggest bands and re-airing them the following day at 11am, including Arcade Fire, Muse, Skrillex, Queens Of The Stone Age + more!
Day 3 was all about rule breaking for Arcade Fire and Beck, while Lana Del Rey took it as an opportunity to debut her new single.
Since the release of their fifth studio album, AM, in September of 2013, Arctic Monkeys have been at or near the top of the KROQ Playlist with “Do I Wanna Know?” Expect the same kind […]
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“It’s about ad executives in the ’60s? They’re going to make a show about that? Really? Um, I don’t think so,” he remembers saying. “Yeah, just like the best show ever made!”
Start your week off right with a first listen of Beck and St. Vincent’s new albums.
The artist is only weeks away from releasing the lush, acoustic ‘Morning Phase’ album on Feb. 25, which critics are already hailing among the finest full-lengths of the year.
Of the new album, Beck says “I think at one point we realized there was nothing faster than 60 BPM.”
Beck has spent the last few years covering other people’s songs, including David Bowie and Yanni, but with his new single, “Blue Moon,” he proves he’s not so bad at doing his own thing.