This past Sunday Fox enlisted Brooklyn indie rockers The National for an emotional performance during Bob’s Burgers‘ Thanksgiving episode.
Vinyl is not dead. Nor does it only appeal to the “older generation” or “hipsters”. Many people across all ages are still choosing to purchase vinyl records over the common alternatives of CD or MP3, especially when it comes to their favorite albums or artists. Several new release albums are still being offered in vinyl form due to the existing market for them. So, in no particular order, here’s our list of the top ten vinyl album releases of 2013.
ONXRT arrives next month at Target stores throughout the Chicago area, and today we are giving you a heavy dose of album highlights during New Music Thursday. Here’s a special sneak preview of ONXRT 15 with The National’s Don’t “Swallow the Cap” recorded….
His first album in 10 years and surprise announced on his birthday in January, Bowie had our heads turning before The Next Day had even been released. The album incorporates a slew of classic rock sounds while still whisking us away to some weird, off-kilter planet where only the starman himself could take us.
It appears that the new video for The National’s “Graceless” was shot when the boys were goofing off at Matt Berninger’s folks’ house in Cincinnati. Shotgunning beers, riding bikes into pools, super-sized slip-’n’-sliding and slow-pitch […]
End your summer with a feel good video that will have you rolling off your chair when you watch this. It’s Not All Sadness With The National At Lollapalooza [Watch] Download FREE Music Connect With […]
The National’s Bryce Dessner and Scott Devendorf stopped by the “XRT Media Complex” before taking the stage at Lollapalooza. It’s been a busy year for the indie rockers. They released their latest album Trouble Will […]
Matt Berninger, lead singer from the Nationals was at Bonnaroo this past weekend behind scenes talking to Marty Lennartz. After a little bit of ‘messing around’, Matt states that their band was in need of […]
Letterman’s having a pretty good week. On Monday night, The National ended the show with a performance of their song, “Don’t Swallow The Cap,” and last night John Fogerty closed with Dawes. What song did […]
If you’re a fan of Brooklyn’s The National, you’re a happy camper today with the release of their sixth album, Trouble Will Find Me. It goes without saying that you’re probably listening to the album […]