Famous for their high-profile and sometimes less-than-authorized remixes, the L.A. trio is giving KROQ fans an exclusive look at their powerful new track, “Fly By Night Only” featuring haunting by vocals from Yaarrohs.
Young The Giant stopped by the KROQ Studios to discuss their forthcoming album ‘Mind Over Matter’ and their new song “It’s About Time’ in this exclusive interview.
Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds “flipped out” after hearing an acoustic version of X Ambassadors’ “Inconsolable” and subsequently signed them to his label with Alex Da Kid. Find out why in this exclusive interview.
Reggae-rock trio Pepper world-premiered their new track, “FKARND,” on Stryker’s 4:20. Listen to the song here and find out how the new song was created!
Shot in Tokyo, Japan, ‘Panic Station’ takes a page right out of a modern children’s TV show with colorful costumes, alien creatures, and a keyboard-player-attacking octopus. And what music video would be complete without a T-Rex?
Watch Muse’s ‘Panic Station’ video premiere Monday, April 22 beginning at 9:00 a.m. PDT (12:00 p.m. EDT / 17:00 GMT) exclusively at KROQ.com.
Papa’s Darren Weiss Gets Pooped On By A Bird & Other Amazing Reasons Why You Should Check Them Out At The Bootleg Next Monday
We met up with Papa for a video interview while they were soundchecking at the Bootleg Theater in East Los Angeles before their January Monday residency show. Since the dudes are locals, we mostly talked about their favorite spots to hit up in Los Angeles and some of the things they love about the city.
Having released their first album in 1982, it’s likely that Bad Religion founding member and frontman Greg Graffin never would have guessed his teen punk band would still be making music 30 years later, let […]
No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani joined husband Rossdale mid-song as he crooned his first major radio hit “Glycerine.” It’s clear this couple can make Christmas magic happen, even without the mistletoe.
Two Door Cinema Club Eat In-N-Out, Talk American Politics & Stereotypes After Exclusive Acoustic Performance
Irish synth-poppers, Two Door Cinema Club, eat In-N-Out and talk about their favorite American stereotypes, the pop stars they despise (that confession was cut and shall never reach the light of day), and their dislike of Mitt Romney. And watch their performance here!