Our Live Act of the Year performs “New York”, “Los Ageless”, and “Slow Disco”.
Billy Corgan performs Ogilala tracks and a Smashing Pumpkins classic for NPR Tiny Desk Concert: Watch
All while bundled up in a down jacket and thick scarf.
Stripped-down versions of “Hard Times”, “26”, and “Fake Happy”.
Chicago’s finest covers “They Won’t Go When I Go” and also performs a mellowed version of “Juke Jams”.
Reunited shoegaze icons will return for a new round of dates before year’s end.
A mix of new cuts “3WW” and “In Cold Blood” with two older songs.
David Byrne defends federally funded arts programs: “It is by far one of the best investments the government can make”
President Trump recently announced plans to strip funding of the NEA, NEH, and Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Meanwhile, heads of NEA and CPB issue statements protesting the decision.
NPR, PBS, and other public broadcasting platforms would be stripped of $445 million of federal funding.
Federally funded art programs stand to be eliminated as part of 2018 budget.
Killer Mike and El-P deliver “Talk to Me”, “Legend Has It”, and “A Report to the Shareholders” from the smallest stage ever.
Frontman Martin Courtney: “We’re always trying to recreate The Beatles, especially Abbey Road.”