On today's edition of BrooklynVegan Blog Radio, we're peppering our playlist of new music (from the likes of Arcade Fire, Panda Bear, War on Drugs, St. Vincent, Liars and more) with a few Grateful Dead covers as a tip of the hat to Dead & Co's recent shows in NYC and Chicago.
Jane's Addiction, Jimmy Page, St. Vincent, Elton John, Laura Jane Grace, Anthrax, Devin Townsend, Dillinger Escape Plan, Yusuf/Cat Stevens, Q-Tip, Joe Russo, Ozzy Osbourne, and more react to Chris Cornell's death.
Watch St. Vincent make a brief appearance as Record Store Day Ambassador at Rough Trade, to kick off their afternoon of free performances and DJs. Check out pictures from the scene at other record stores today, too.
The 7-Inches for Planned Parenthood vinyl series features contributions from Bjork, St. Vincent, Sleater-Kinney, Sharon Van Etten, members of The National, and Bon Iver, among others, with proceeds going to Planned Parenthood.
In the world of traditional "indie rock", this year has already been pretty rewarding, musically speaking. Here's almost 30 more mostly-established indie rock artists we love that are releasing -- or probably releasing -- albums before 2018 gets here...
Few shows currently on TV are as music and song filled, without being a "musical," as Bob's Burgers. The animated series' many musical moments -- 107 of them to be precise -- have now been collected for The Bob's Burgers Music Album which will be out via Sub Pop on May 12. In addition to the regular cast...
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