Watch the latest TV appearances from Arctic Monkeys, The Shins, Alabama Shakes & Feist
Rather than publishing a million (well, four) articles on all the artists that appeared on TV last night (via Conan/Jimmy Kimmel/Leno/Letterman) - we've put them all together in this handy little post. We've got Feist performing 'The Bad in Each Other', The Shins performing 'Simple Song' and 'The Rifles Spiral', Arctic Monkeys performing 'R U Mine?' and Alabama Shakes wrapping things you with a performance of 'Hold On'.
What do we Brits get? The occasional pop band on Graham Norton. There really is no justice in this world. [videos via The Audio Perv].
Arctic Monkeys - R U Mine?
Alabama Shakes - 'Hold On'
The Shins - 'Simple Song'
The Shins - 'The Rifles Spiral'
Feist - 'The Bad In Each Other'
Shortlisted nominees for the second annual AIM Independent Music Awards include Enter Shikari, Alabama Shakes, and more. [read more]
For whatever reason, the once-gargantuan sound of Britain’s underbelly has been bludgeoned. The screams and cries from the streets of Manchester have been silenced and London’s extensive reach has been disarmed. We spoke to an archetypal figure of the scene, Jace Lasek, principal songwriter of Jagjaguwar’s The Besnard Lakes. As a humble country whose global identity and appeal is attributed to forethought and innovation in music, we should be the first to admit that we’ve fallen behind. [read more]
It's s powerful, soulful approach to the song that gives us a totally different perspective of Turner's track. [read more]