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We’re free fallin’… into Tom Petty’s Buried Treasure on Deep Tracks

Airs Friday 6/27 at 5 pm ET through Sunday 6/29 on Deep Tracks, Ch. 27 if you’re a Tom Petty fan, then you might already listen to Tom Petty’s Buried Treasure every week on Deep Tracks (Thursdays at 5 pm … Continued

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We’re free fallin’… into Tom Petty’s Buried Treasure on Deep Tracks

Airs Friday 6/27 at 5 pm ET through Sunday 6/29 on Deep Tracks, Ch. 27 if you’re a Tom Petty fan, then you might already listen to Tom Petty’s Buried Treasure every week on Deep Tracks (Thursdays at 5 pm … Continued

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Nothing More stays at No. 1 on this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown (6/25/14)

In this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns countdown, Nothing More’s ‘This Is The Time (Ballast)’ takes the number one spot for the second week in a row. Dominating at number two, Pop Evil moves up from their previously held number five spot with … Continued

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Nothing More stays at No. 1 on this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown (6/25/14)

In this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns countdown, Nothing More’s ‘This Is The Time (Ballast)’ takes the number one spot for the second week in a row. Dominating at number two, Pop Evil moves up from their previously held number five spot with … Continued

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Hi-de-ho, eager beavers! 40s on 4 is back!

Dynamite news! After a few months of all things Billy Joel, the Piano Man is movin’ out and making way for the return of 40s on 4! Starting at 12 pm ET, Thursday 6/26, 40s pop tunes will officially return … Continued

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Hi-de-ho, eager beavers! 40s on 4 is back!

Dynamite news! After a few months of all things Billy Joel, the Piano Man is movin’ out and making way for the return of 40s on 4! Starting at 12 pm ET, Thursday 6/26, 40s pop tunes will officially return … Continued

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Suicide Silence at Number 1 on LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (6/24/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen Liquid Metal countdown, Slayer’s ‘Implode’ falls to number five after debuting at number one way back on 5/13 as Suicide Silence’s ‘Cease to Exist’ claims the number one spot. Whitechapel’s ‘The Saw Is the Law’ is at number … Continued

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Suicide Silence at Number 1 on LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (6/24/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen Liquid Metal countdown, Slayer’s ‘Implode’ falls to number five after debuting at number one way back on 5/13 as Suicide Silence’s ‘Cease to Exist’ claims the number one spot. Whitechapel’s ‘The Saw Is the Law’ is at number … Continued

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Boy & Bear Still at No. 1 in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/21/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, both Boy & Bear and Milky Chance withhold their No. 1 and No. 2 spots with Southern Sun and Stolen Dance, respectively. The Black Keys sneak up to No. 3 with Turn Blue, … Continued

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Boy & Bear Still at No. 1 in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/21/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, both Boy & Bear and Milky Chance withhold their No. 1 and No. 2 spots with Southern Sun and Stolen Dance, respectively. The Black Keys sneak up to No. 3 with Turn Blue, … Continued

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TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie guest DJs SiriusXM’s The Coffee House

Airing Tuesday 6/24 at 10 am ET on The Coffee House Rebroadcasting Tuesday 6/24 at 1 pm and 10 pm ET; Wednesday 6/25 at 8 am and 8 pm ET Who knew that TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie was a Coffee House … Continued

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TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie guest DJs SiriusXM’s The Coffee House

Airing Tuesday 6/24 at 10 am ET on The Coffee House Rebroadcasting Tuesday 6/24 at 1 pm and 10 pm ET; Wednesday 6/25 at 8 am and 8 pm ET Who knew that TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie was a Coffee House … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (6/23/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 countdown, for the first time in three weeks, Arctic Monkeys’ Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High? departs from the number one spot and moves back to number four. Tove Lo advances up in the lineup from number five … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (6/23/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 countdown, for the first time in three weeks, Arctic Monkeys’ Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High? departs from the number one spot and moves back to number four. Tove Lo advances up in the lineup from number five … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (6/23/14)

In this week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 countdown, Lana Del Rey is hot at the top with Shades Of Cool at number one. Alt-J proves hungry for the number two spot as Hunger Of The Pine knocks down last week’s New Pornographers’ … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (6/23/14)

In this week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 countdown, Lana Del Rey is hot at the top with Shades Of Cool at number one. Alt-J proves hungry for the number two spot as Hunger Of The Pine knocks down last week’s New Pornographers’ … Continued

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Nothing More at No. 1 on this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown (6/14/14)

In this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns countdown, Pop Evil falls from the top spot as Nothing More’s ‘This Is The Time (Ballast)’ works its way to number one from number five. And there’s no need for Avenged Sevenfold to start a war since … Continued

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Nothing More at No. 1 on this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown (6/14/14)

In this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns countdown, Pop Evil falls from the top spot as Nothing More’s ‘This Is The Time (Ballast)’ works its way to number one from number five. And there’s no need for Avenged Sevenfold to start a war since … Continued

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Behind the scenes: Soundgarden 20th anniversary Superunknown concert

The day before the 20th anniversary re-issue of Superunknown, Soundgarden performed their 1994 album in its entirety at New York City’s Webster Hall. Now, you’ll get to hear it. The June 2 show, which according to billboard.com left “the audience … Continued

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Behind the scenes: Soundgarden 20th anniversary Superunknown concert

The day before the 20th anniversary re-issue of Superunknown, Soundgarden performed their 1994 album in its entirety at New York City’s Webster Hall. Now, you’ll get to hear it. The June 2 show, which according to billboard.com left “the audience … Continued

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Boy & Bear Makes the Leap to #1 on The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/14/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen the reigning No. 1, the Black Keys, cool down, dropping to No. 4 with Turn Blue, while runner-up Coldplay also finds themselves falling down the chart landing at No. 3. Finishing out the Top 3, … Continued

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Boy & Bear Makes the Leap to #1 on The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/14/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen the reigning No. 1, the Black Keys, cool down, dropping to No. 4 with Turn Blue, while runner-up Coldplay also finds themselves falling down the chart landing at No. 3. Finishing out the Top 3, … Continued

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Slayer Continues 6 Week Run at Number 1 on LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (6/17/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen Liquid Metal countdown, Slayer continues to slay all others on the list with ‘Implode’. The song remains on top of the list for the sixth week in a row, after debuting at number one way back on 5/13. … Continued

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Slayer Continues 6 Week Run at Number 1 on LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (6/17/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen Liquid Metal countdown, Slayer continues to slay all others on the list with ‘Implode’. The song remains on top of the list for the sixth week in a row, after debuting at number one way back on 5/13. … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (6/16/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15 countdown, Jack White replaces Parquet Courts’ “Black and White” with his debut at number one with “Just One Drink.” The New Pornographers grab number two with “Brill Bruisers.”, Spoon takes number three with “Rent I Pay” … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (6/16/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15 countdown, Jack White replaces Parquet Courts’ “Black and White” with his debut at number one with “Just One Drink.” The New Pornographers grab number two with “Brill Bruisers.”, Spoon takes number three with “Rent I Pay” … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (6/16/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 countown, for the second week in a row Arctic Monkeys hold onto the number one spot with “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?”. Jack White and Foster The People move up to the … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (6/16/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 countown, for the second week in a row Arctic Monkeys hold onto the number one spot with “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?”. Jack White and Foster The People move up to the … Continued

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Listen to Sylvan Esso cover Cosmos by Porches

Just so everyone’s aware, the song Cosmos is a garage rock-leaning, guitar-driven track by a New York-based act called Porches, and it’s very good. It does not, for the record, sound anything like Sylvan Esso, a band that’s prone to … Continued

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Listen to Sylvan Esso cover Cosmos by Porches

Just so everyone’s aware, the song Cosmos is a garage rock-leaning, guitar-driven track by a New York-based act called Porches, and it’s very good. It does not, for the record, sound anything like Sylvan Esso, a band that’s prone to … Continued

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Slayer Continues 5 Week Run at Number 1 on LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (6/10/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, Slayer’s Implode remains on top of the list for the fifth week in a row, after debuting at number one way back on 5/13. Suicide Silence continues their domination as well with Cease to Exist … Continued

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Slayer Continues 5 Week Run at Number 1 on LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (6/10/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, Slayer’s Implode remains on top of the list for the fifth week in a row, after debuting at number one way back on 5/13. Suicide Silence continues their domination as well with Cease to Exist … Continued

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The Black Keys turn Coldplay blue, stealing the No. 1 spot in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/7/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, The Black Keys turn Coldplay blue by knocking last week’s No. 1 contenders down to number two. St. Paul and the Broken Bones retains their number three spot with Call Me, while The Black Keys’ Fever falls to number … Continued

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The Black Keys turn Coldplay blue, stealing the No. 1 spot in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/7/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, The Black Keys turn Coldplay blue by knocking last week’s No. 1 contenders down to number two. St. Paul and the Broken Bones retains their number three spot with Call Me, while The Black Keys’ Fever falls to number … Continued

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Sharon Van Etten’s ‘Sun’ goes down as Parquet Courts tops SIRIUSXMU’s Download 15 (6/9/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15 countdown, Sharon Van Etten loses the number one spot to Parquet Courts’ Black And White, followed by The Orwells at number three. Rounding out the top five are Hamilton Leithauser’s ‘I Retired’ at number four … Continued

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Sharon Van Etten’s ‘Sun’ goes down as Parquet Courts tops SIRIUSXMU’s Download 15 (6/9/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15 countdown, Sharon Van Etten loses the number one spot to Parquet Courts’ Black And White, followed by The Orwells at number three. Rounding out the top five are Hamilton Leithauser’s ‘I Retired’ at number four … Continued

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Alt 18 Countdown: Arctic Monkeys Snag Number One (6/9/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Arctic Monkeys grab the number one spot with “Why’d You Only Call me When You’re High?” Sleeper Agent’s “Waves” is bumped down to number two after their two-week streak in the number one spot. … Continued

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Alt 18 Countdown: Arctic Monkeys Snag Number One (6/9/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Arctic Monkeys grab the number one spot with “Why’d You Only Call me When You’re High?” Sleeper Agent’s “Waves” is bumped down to number two after their two-week streak in the number one spot. … Continued

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Slayer Spends 4 weeks at the top on LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (6/3/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, Slayer’s Implode takes the number one spot for the fourth week running, after debuting at number one way back on 5/13. Following up Slayer’s impressive run is Suicide Silence with Cease to Exist at … Continued

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Slayer Spends 4 weeks at the top on LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (6/3/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, Slayer’s Implode takes the number one spot for the fourth week running, after debuting at number one way back on 5/13. Following up Slayer’s impressive run is Suicide Silence with Cease to Exist at … Continued

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Sharon Van Etten, Parquet Courts + The Black Keys top SIRIUSXMU’s Download 15 (6/2/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15 countdown, The Black Keys get pushed back to number four, while Sharon Van Etten nabs number one for the first time with Every Time The Sun Comes Up. Next up, Parquet Courts make their … Continued

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Sharon Van Etten, Parquet Courts + The Black Keys top SIRIUSXMU’s Download 15 (6/2/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15 countdown, The Black Keys get pushed back to number four, while Sharon Van Etten nabs number one for the first time with Every Time The Sun Comes Up. Next up, Parquet Courts make their … Continued

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Coldplay works their “Magic,” nabs the No. 1 spot in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/31/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, Coldplay works their Magic on The Black Keys, knocking the No. 1 contenders down to number two. In third place is St. Paul and the Broken Bones with Call Me, The Black Keys show … Continued

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Coldplay works their “Magic,” nabs the No. 1 spot in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/31/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, Coldplay works their Magic on The Black Keys, knocking the No. 1 contenders down to number two. In third place is St. Paul and the Broken Bones with Call Me, The Black Keys show … Continued

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Sleeper Agent makes Waves in the ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (6/2/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Sleeper Agent takes the number one spot for the second week in a row with Waves. Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys are at number two with Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?, The Black … Continued

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Sleeper Agent makes Waves in the ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (6/2/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Sleeper Agent takes the number one spot for the second week in a row with Waves. Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys are at number two with Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?, The Black … Continued

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Governor’s Ball ’14: See Pics from Jack White, Foster the People, Janelle Monae and more!

Governors Ball came and went this weekend, and SiriusXM was there for it all on Randall’s Island along with the rest of the Tristate area’s music fans. Boasting a lineup comprised of basically every genre, from garage rock to indie to hip-hop, Gov … Continued

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Governor’s Ball ’14: See Pics from Jack White, Foster the People, Janelle Monae and more!

Governors Ball came and went this weekend, and SiriusXM was there for it all on Randall’s Island along with the rest of the Tristate area’s music fans. Boasting a lineup comprised of basically every genre, from garage rock to indie to hip-hop, Gov … Continued

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Song Premiere: Listen to Linkin Park brand-new song, Wastelands

Hard rock staple Linkin Park is on the cusp of releasing their sixth studio album, The Hunting Party, which is obviously cause for celebration — especially since it’s produced by the band’s own Mike Shinoda and Brad Delson. Though the … Continued

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Song Premiere: Listen to Linkin Park brand-new song, Wastelands

Hard rock staple Linkin Park is on the cusp of releasing their sixth studio album, The Hunting Party, which is obviously cause for celebration — especially since it’s produced by the band’s own Mike Shinoda and Brad Delson. Though the … Continued

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Watch David Crosby perform Long Time Gone, Radio + Déjà vu

Bow down before rock royalty! David Crosby, otherwise known as the founding member of The Byrds, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (or Crosby, Stills & Nash, depending on the era), and CPR recently stopped by SiriusXM for an intimate Artist … Continued

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Watch David Crosby perform Long Time Gone, Radio + Déjà vu

Bow down before rock royalty! David Crosby, otherwise known as the founding member of The Byrds, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (or Crosby, Stills & Nash, depending on the era), and CPR recently stopped by SiriusXM for an intimate Artist … Continued

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Pop Evil’s Torn to Pieces tears up this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown (5/17/14)

In this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns countdown, Gemini Syndrome gets wiped off the charts after finally making it back to number one, and Volbeat sink to number six after debuting in last week’s top three. Trivium’s Strife is our only top … Continued

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Pop Evil’s Torn to Pieces tears up this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown (5/17/14)

In this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns countdown, Gemini Syndrome gets wiped off the charts after finally making it back to number one, and Volbeat sink to number six after debuting in last week’s top three. Trivium’s Strife is our only top … Continued

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The Black Keys, Sylvan Esso + tUnE-yArDs top the SiriusXMU Download 15 for the 2nd week (5/26/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15 countdown, The Black Keys are still at number one, only with a new song: It’s Up to You Now, from their latest album, Turn Blue. Next up, Sylvan Esso is at number two for … Continued

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The Black Keys, Sylvan Esso + tUnE-yArDs top the SiriusXMU Download 15 for the 2nd week (5/26/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15 countdown, The Black Keys are still at number one, only with a new song: It’s Up to You Now, from their latest album, Turn Blue. Next up, Sylvan Esso is at number two for … Continued

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The Black Keys rock Nashville: See pics + videos from the duo’s exclusive SiriusXM show

Who listened to The Black Keys live at The Mercy Lounge in Nashville last night? High fives all around if you did! Alt Nation aired an exclusive show by The Black Keys, where vocalist/guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney … Continued

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The Black Keys rock Nashville: See pics + videos from the duo’s exclusive SiriusXM show

Who listened to The Black Keys live at The Mercy Lounge in Nashville last night? High fives all around if you did! Alt Nation aired an exclusive show by The Black Keys, where vocalist/guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney … Continued

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Slayer + Killer Be Killed rule in this week’s LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (5/29/14)

This week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown has Slayer and Killer Be Killed at number one and two, respectively, while Suicide Silence’s Cease to Exist jumps up three spots to close out the top three. At number four is Whitechapel with The … Continued

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Slayer + Killer Be Killed rule in this week’s LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (5/29/14)

This week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown has Slayer and Killer Be Killed at number one and two, respectively, while Suicide Silence’s Cease to Exist jumps up three spots to close out the top three. At number four is Whitechapel with The … Continued

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Hear The Black Keys perform LIVE tonight at 10 pm ET on Alt Nation!

Airing Tuesday 5/27 at 10 pm ET (9 pm CT) on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replaying Wednesday 5/28 at 12 am ET Friday 5/30 at 10 am & 8 pm ET Saturday 5/31 at 11 am & 4 pm ET … Continued

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Hear The Black Keys perform LIVE tonight at 10 pm ET on Alt Nation!

Airing Tuesday 5/27 at 10 pm ET (9 pm CT) on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replaying Wednesday 5/28 at 12 am ET Friday 5/30 at 10 am & 8 pm ET Saturday 5/31 at 11 am & 4 pm ET … Continued

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The Black Keys spend another week atop The Spectrum’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/24/14)

After getting taken down by Ray LaMontagne two weeks ago, The Black Keys have reclaimed their rightful position atop The Baker’s Dozen countdown. Coming in at number one for a second time, Fever is number one, followed by Jack White’s … Continued

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The Black Keys spend another week atop The Spectrum’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/24/14)

After getting taken down by Ray LaMontagne two weeks ago, The Black Keys have reclaimed their rightful position atop The Baker’s Dozen countdown. Coming in at number one for a second time, Fever is number one, followed by Jack White’s … Continued

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Sounds of Summer: All the music you’ll ever need for Memorial Day Weekend

Happy Memorial Day Weekend! What’chu got planned for Saturday, Sunday, and Monday? Maybe a little early beach trip? (Careful, the water’s gonna be COLD.) Maybe a BBQ? Maybe a day on the couch clutching your iPad while everyone else is off to the … Continued

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Sounds of Summer: All the music you’ll ever need for Memorial Day Weekend

Happy Memorial Day Weekend! What’chu got planned for Saturday, Sunday, and Monday? Maybe a little early beach trip? (Careful, the water’s gonna be COLD.) Maybe a BBQ? Maybe a day on the couch clutching your iPad while everyone else is off to the … Continued

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Gemini Syndrome makes a hard rockin’ return in the Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown (5/17/14)

On this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns countdown, Trivium falls to number three after debuting in the top spot last week. Meanwhile, Volbeat starts off strong, debuting at number two with Dead But Rising. And at number one, Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust makes … Continued

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Gemini Syndrome makes a hard rockin’ return in the Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown (5/17/14)

On this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns countdown, Trivium falls to number three after debuting in the top spot last week. Meanwhile, Volbeat starts off strong, debuting at number two with Dead But Rising. And at number one, Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust makes … Continued

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Blondie is back: See performance pics + listen this weekend on 1st Wave

Premieres Friday 5/23 at 8 pm ET on 1st Wave, Ch. 33 Replays Saturday 5/24 at 10 am, Sunday 5/25 at 5 pm, Monday 5/26 at 12 pm, and Tuesday 5/27 at 12 am ET In between performances of One Way … Continued

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Blondie is back: See performance pics + listen this weekend on 1st Wave

Premieres Friday 5/23 at 8 pm ET on 1st Wave, Ch. 33 Replays Saturday 5/24 at 10 am, Sunday 5/25 at 5 pm, Monday 5/26 at 12 pm, and Tuesday 5/27 at 12 am ET In between performances of One Way … Continued

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1st Wave has come to wish Morrissey an ‘Unhappy Birthday’

Happy birthday, Morrissey! I mean… UNhappy birthday. Well, no matter how you choose to spend it, 1st Wave has a few things in store to celebrate. Today 5/22 at 3 pm ET, DJ Richard Blade will air an interview clip … Continued

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1st Wave has come to wish Morrissey an ‘Unhappy Birthday’

Happy birthday, Morrissey! I mean… UNhappy birthday. Well, no matter how you choose to spend it, 1st Wave has a few things in store to celebrate. Today 5/22 at 3 pm ET, DJ Richard Blade will air an interview clip … Continued

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Slayer Stands Strong in this week’s LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (5/22/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, Slayer’s Implode stands strong, claiming the top spot for the second week in a row. Meanwhile, Kyng continues to fall down the charts, landing outside of the top three at number four. Filling out … Continued

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Slayer Stands Strong in this week’s LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (5/22/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, Slayer’s Implode stands strong, claiming the top spot for the second week in a row. Meanwhile, Kyng continues to fall down the charts, landing outside of the top three at number four. Filling out … Continued

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The Black Keys, Sylvan Esso + tUnE-yArDs rule the SiriusXMU Download 15 (5/17/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15 countdown, The Black Keys continue their reign with Turn Blue. Next up is Sylvan Esso’s Play It Right, then tUnE-yArDs follows at number three with Wait For A Minute. Pains of Being Pure At … Continued

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The Black Keys, Sylvan Esso + tUnE-yArDs rule the SiriusXMU Download 15 (5/17/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15 countdown, The Black Keys continue their reign with Turn Blue. Next up is Sylvan Esso’s Play It Right, then tUnE-yArDs follows at number three with Wait For A Minute. Pains of Being Pure At … Continued

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The Black Keys can’t kick their Fever in Alt Nation’s Alt 18 Countdown (5/19/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 countdown, The Black Keys’ Fever continues to run high at number one, while Arctic Monkeys’ Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High? comes in at number two. At number three is Sleeper Agent with … Continued

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The Black Keys can’t kick their Fever in Alt Nation’s Alt 18 Countdown (5/19/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 countdown, The Black Keys’ Fever continues to run high at number one, while Arctic Monkeys’ Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High? comes in at number two. At number three is Sleeper Agent with … Continued

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Watch 3 exclusive clips from ‘Billy Joel’s A Matter of Trust: The Bridge to Russia’ documentary

As Billy Joel prepares to release A Matter of Trust: The Bridge to Russia, which is comprised of two CDs and one DVD and is released 5/19, his camp has unveiled three exclusive bonus video clips of never-before-seen footage from … Continued

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Watch 3 exclusive clips from ‘Billy Joel’s A Matter of Trust: The Bridge to Russia’ documentary

As Billy Joel prepares to release A Matter of Trust: The Bridge to Russia, which is comprised of two CDs and one DVD and is released 5/19, his camp has unveiled three exclusive bonus video clips of never-before-seen footage from … Continued

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Slayer predictably slays this week’s LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (5/15/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, Slayer pushes Kyng to second place with Implode. Meanwhile, Whitechapel slices into number three with The Saw Is The Law, Killer Be Killed is at number four with Face Down, and Suicide Silence makes … Continued

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Slayer predictably slays this week’s LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (5/15/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, Slayer pushes Kyng to second place with Implode. Meanwhile, Whitechapel slices into number three with The Saw Is The Law, Killer Be Killed is at number four with Face Down, and Suicide Silence makes … Continued

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Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/10/14): Ray LaMontagne breaks the Black Keys’ Fever

Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova breaks the Black Keys’ three-week Fever streak at number one in this week’s Spectrum countdown. Coldplay’s Magic makes a comeback at number three, but Boy & Bear falls down to number four. Hozier’s Take Me To Church … Continued

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Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/10/14): Ray LaMontagne breaks the Black Keys’ Fever

Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova breaks the Black Keys’ three-week Fever streak at number one in this week’s Spectrum countdown. Coldplay’s Magic makes a comeback at number three, but Boy & Bear falls down to number four. Hozier’s Take Me To Church … Continued

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tUnE-yArDs, Damon Albarn + Hamilton Leithauser top SiriusXMU’s Download 15 Countdown (5/10/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15, Tune-Yards’ Wait For a Minute takes the number one spot from Damon Albarn’s Lonely Press Play, which falls to number two. Hamilton Leithauser’s In The Shadows takes the number three spot, Black Keys’ Turn … Continued

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tUnE-yArDs, Damon Albarn + Hamilton Leithauser top SiriusXMU’s Download 15 Countdown (5/10/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15, Tune-Yards’ Wait For a Minute takes the number one spot from Damon Albarn’s Lonely Press Play, which falls to number two. Hamilton Leithauser’s In The Shadows takes the number three spot, Black Keys’ Turn … Continued

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The Black Keys’ Fever won’t break in the ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (5/12/14)

Guess that Tylenol PM hasn’t been working, ’cause Fever by The Black Keys is still at number one in this week’s Alt 18 countdown! Sleeper Agent’s Waves stays steady at number two, and Arctic Monkeys are at number three with … Continued

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The Black Keys’ Fever won’t break in the ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (5/12/14)

Guess that Tylenol PM hasn’t been working, ’cause Fever by The Black Keys is still at number one in this week’s Alt 18 countdown! Sleeper Agent’s Waves stays steady at number two, and Arctic Monkeys are at number three with … Continued

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Roger Daltrey: It was ‘amazing’ to work with terminally ill Dr. Feelgood rocker Wilko Johnson

If you had exactly one year left to live, what would you do? If you’re rocker Wilko Johnson, formerly of pub rock band Dr. Feelgood (and, fun fact, also the mute/mutinous Ser Ilyn Payne on HBO’s Game of Thrones), then … Continued

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Roger Daltrey: It was ‘amazing’ to work with terminally ill Dr. Feelgood rocker Wilko Johnson

If you had exactly one year left to live, what would you do? If you’re rocker Wilko Johnson, formerly of pub rock band Dr. Feelgood (and, fun fact, also the mute/mutinous Ser Ilyn Payne on HBO’s Game of Thrones), then … Continued

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Starset finally turns the tables in the Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown (5/3/14)

In this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown, Starset’s My Demons makes an impressive jump to the number one spot, knocking Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust down to number two and Like a Storm’s Love the Way You Hate Me to number three … Continued

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Starset finally turns the tables in the Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown (5/3/14)

In this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown, Starset’s My Demons makes an impressive jump to the number one spot, knocking Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust down to number two and Like a Storm’s Love the Way You Hate Me to number three … Continued

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Kyng crowned again in this week’s LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (5/5/14)

For the third week in a row, Kyng’s Burn the Serum takes the top spot in Liquid Metal’s Devil’s Dozen countdown. Whitechapel’s The Saw Is The Law hangs tight at number two, and Killer Be Killed’s Face Down is up … Continued

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Kyng crowned again in this week’s LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (5/5/14)

For the third week in a row, Kyng’s Burn the Serum takes the top spot in Liquid Metal’s Devil’s Dozen countdown. Whitechapel’s The Saw Is The Law hangs tight at number two, and Killer Be Killed’s Face Down is up … Continued

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Hear The Black Keys perform live from Nashville on Alt Nation

Airing Tuesday 5/27 at 10 pm ET (9 pm CT) on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replaying Wednesday 5/28 at 12 am ET Mark your calendars: Garage/blues rock duo The Black Keys are performing at The Mercy Lounge in Nashville this … Continued

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Hear The Black Keys perform live from Nashville on Alt Nation

Airing Tuesday 5/27 at 10 pm ET (9 pm CT) on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replaying Wednesday 5/28 at 12 am ET Mark your calendars: Garage/blues rock duo The Black Keys are performing at The Mercy Lounge in Nashville this … Continued

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Coldplay LIVE at the Beacon Theatre: See photos of the special show

Who listened to Coldplay’s live performance at the Beacon Theatre on Alt Nation? If you did, then full marks! You officially win the Coldplay game. You got to hear Chris Martin utter phrases like, “If only we had the courage to … Continued

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Coldplay LIVE at the Beacon Theatre: See photos of the special show

Who listened to Coldplay’s live performance at the Beacon Theatre on Alt Nation? If you did, then full marks! You officially win the Coldplay game. You got to hear Chris Martin utter phrases like, “If only we had the courage to … Continued

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Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/3/14): The Spectrum’s got a Fever, and the only cure is more Black Keys

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen, there’s just no stopping the Black Keys, who hit the top yet again with their No. 1 ranking single Fever. Meanwhile, Boy & Bear come in at number two with Southern Sun, Ray LaMontange warms … Continued

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Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/3/14): The Spectrum’s got a Fever, and the only cure is more Black Keys

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen, there’s just no stopping the Black Keys, who hit the top yet again with their No. 1 ranking single Fever. Meanwhile, Boy & Bear come in at number two with Southern Sun, Ray LaMontange warms … Continued

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Damon Albarn, Pixies + Tune-Yards top SiriusXMU’s Download 15 Countdown (5/5/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15, Damon Albarn’s Lonely Press Play takes the number one spot from Jack White’s Lazaretto, which falls to number four. Pixies’ Greens and Blues makes an impressive jump to number two, as does the Tune-Yards’ … Continued

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Damon Albarn, Pixies + Tune-Yards top SiriusXMU’s Download 15 Countdown (5/5/14)

In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15, Damon Albarn’s Lonely Press Play takes the number one spot from Jack White’s Lazaretto, which falls to number four. Pixies’ Greens and Blues makes an impressive jump to number two, as does the Tune-Yards’ … Continued

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The Black Keys rise back to the top in this week’s Alt 18 Countdown (5/5/14)

The doctor must be in, because Fever by The Black Keys is back at number one in this week’s Alt 18 countdown! Sleeper Agent’s Waves turns the tide at number two for Grouplove’s Shark Attack, which falls to number three … Continued

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The Black Keys rise back to the top in this week’s Alt 18 Countdown (5/5/14)

The doctor must be in, because Fever by The Black Keys is back at number one in this week’s Alt 18 countdown! Sleeper Agent’s Waves turns the tide at number two for Grouplove’s Shark Attack, which falls to number three … Continued

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Cinco de Mayo: Celebrate on SiriusXM Caliente, Ozzy’s Boneyard + Águila!

Cinco de Mayo has several origins: 1) Mexican-American communities in the West celebrating freedom and democracy in the first years of the Civil War; 2) commemorating the Mexican army’s victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla in 1862; … Continued

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Cinco de Mayo: Celebrate on SiriusXM Caliente, Ozzy’s Boneyard + Águila!

Cinco de Mayo has several origins: 1) Mexican-American communities in the West celebrating freedom and democracy in the first years of the Civil War; 2) commemorating the Mexican army’s victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla in 1862; … Continued

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Like A Storm, Gemini Syndrome + Thousand Foot Krutch Top Octane’s Big ‘Uns Countdown (4/26/14)

When it rains, it pours in this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown. Like A Storm is back at number one with Love The Way You Hate Me, knocking Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust down a peg at number two. Thousand Foot Krutch … Continued

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Like A Storm, Gemini Syndrome + Thousand Foot Krutch Top Octane’s Big ‘Uns Countdown (4/26/14)

When it rains, it pours in this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown. Like A Storm is back at number one with Love The Way You Hate Me, knocking Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust down a peg at number two. Thousand Foot Krutch … Continued

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Watch Hurray for the Riff Raff perform I Know It’s Wrong (But That’s Alright)’

Hurray for the Riff Raff frontwoman, singer-songwriter, and banjo player Alynda Lee Segarra is one of the more fascinating ladies in contemporary music. Originally from the Bronx, Segarra spent her formative years connecting with the Lower East Side’s hardcore punk … Continued

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Watch Hurray for the Riff Raff perform I Know It’s Wrong (But That’s Alright)’

Hurray for the Riff Raff frontwoman, singer-songwriter, and banjo player Alynda Lee Segarra is one of the more fascinating ladies in contemporary music. Originally from the Bronx, Segarra spent her formative years connecting with the Lower East Side’s hardcore punk … Continued

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Kyng reigns supreme in this week’s LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (4/28/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, Kyng takes the crown for the second week running with Burn The Serum. Whitechapel’s The Saw Is The Law hangs tight at number two, and Down’s We Knew Him Well is up at number … Continued

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Kyng reigns supreme in this week’s LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (4/28/14)

In this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, Kyng takes the crown for the second week running with Burn The Serum. Whitechapel’s The Saw Is The Law hangs tight at number two, and Down’s We Knew Him Well is up at number … Continued

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Melissa Etheridge covers Billy Joel’s ‘Only The Good Die Young’

During SiriusXM’s 2013 Town Hall with Billy Joel, hosted by the King of All Media, Howard Stern, Melissa Etheridge performed a fantastic cover of Joel’s Only The Good Die Young. So in honor of The Billy Joel Channel, airing Friday, January … Continued

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Melissa Etheridge covers Billy Joel’s ‘Only The Good Die Young’

During SiriusXM’s 2013 Town Hall with Billy Joel, hosted by the King of All Media, Howard Stern, Melissa Etheridge performed a fantastic cover of Joel’s Only The Good Die Young. So in honor of The Billy Joel Channel, airing Friday, January … Continued

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The Black Keys heat up the Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/26/14)

Call a doctor! In this week’s Baker’s Dozen countdown, the Black Keys’ Fever takes the top spot for the third week running. The War On Drugs’ Red Eyes makes an impressive leap to number two, knocking Coldplay’s Magic down to … Continued

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The Black Keys heat up the Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/26/14)

Call a doctor! In this week’s Baker’s Dozen countdown, the Black Keys’ Fever takes the top spot for the third week running. The War On Drugs’ Red Eyes makes an impressive leap to number two, knocking Coldplay’s Magic down to … Continued

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Jack White enters (and tops!) SiriusXM U’s Download 15 Countdown (4/28/14)

Jack White’s rockin’ Lazarretto enters SiriusXMU’s Download 15 countdown at number one this week! Thee Oh Sees The Drop takes the second spot, and The Afghan Whigs hangs tight at number three with Algiers. Parquet Courts’ Sunbathing Animal makes an … Continued

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Jack White enters (and tops!) SiriusXM U’s Download 15 Countdown (4/28/14)

Jack White’s rockin’ Lazarretto enters SiriusXMU’s Download 15 countdown at number one this week! Thee Oh Sees The Drop takes the second spot, and The Afghan Whigs hangs tight at number three with Algiers. Parquet Courts’ Sunbathing Animal makes an … Continued

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Grouplove, The Black Keys + Sleeper Agent top the Alt 18 Countdown (4/28/14)

For the third week in a row, Grouplove’s Shark Attack sinks its teeth into the number one spot of the Alt 18 Countdown. The Black Keys’ Fever rises to number two, and Sleeper Agent’s Waves follows suit at number three. … Continued

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Grouplove, The Black Keys + Sleeper Agent top the Alt 18 Countdown (4/28/14)

For the third week in a row, Grouplove’s Shark Attack sinks its teeth into the number one spot of the Alt 18 Countdown. The Black Keys’ Fever rises to number two, and Sleeper Agent’s Waves follows suit at number three. … Continued

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Bastille, Neon Trees + John Legend rule The Pulse’s Top 15 countdown (4/25/14)

For the fifth week running, Bastille’s Pompeii grabs the number one spot in The Pulse’s Top 15 Countdown, and Neon Trees’ Sleeping With a Friend follows suit at number two for the fourth week. Meanwhile, 2008 had Sara Bareilles’ Love … Continued

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Bastille, Neon Trees + John Legend rule The Pulse’s Top 15 countdown (4/25/14)

For the fifth week running, Bastille’s Pompeii grabs the number one spot in The Pulse’s Top 15 Countdown, and Neon Trees’ Sleeping With a Friend follows suit at number two for the fourth week. Meanwhile, 2008 had Sara Bareilles’ Love … Continued

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The String Cheese Incident host a track-by-track special of Song In My Head on Jam ON

Next week, Colorado jam band favorites The String Cheese Incident will release their first studio album in almost a decade. To celebrate, the band members will host a track-by-track special on SiriusXM’s Jam ON, where they’ll provide exclusive commentary and … Continued

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The String Cheese Incident host a track-by-track special of Song In My Head on Jam ON

Next week, Colorado jam band favorites The String Cheese Incident will release their first studio album in almost a decade. To celebrate, the band members will host a track-by-track special on SiriusXM’s Jam ON, where they’ll provide exclusive commentary and … Continued

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Party On! Tune into Classic Rock Party’s sneak preview weekend takeover on Classic Rewind

Airing Friday 4/25 at 5 pm ET through Monday, 4/28 at 3 am ET on Classic Rewind, Ch. 25 The weekend is just around the corner, and you know what that means… PARTYYYYYY! That’s right: SiriusXM Classic Rock Party (Internet Radio, … Continued

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Party On! Tune into Classic Rock Party’s sneak preview weekend takeover on Classic Rewind

Airing Friday 4/25 at 5 pm ET through Monday, 4/28 at 3 am ET on Classic Rewind, Ch. 25 The weekend is just around the corner, and you know what that means… PARTYYYYYY! That’s right: SiriusXM Classic Rock Party (Internet Radio, … Continued

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From the archives: Pictures of Billy Joel through the years, plus Bridge to Russia video

As we get closer and closer to Monday’s historic SiriusXM Town Hall event with Billy Joel, hosted by Howard Stern, we’ve found ourselves itching for more classic Piano Man content. Lucky for us, Joel’s archivist hooked us up with photos from throughout … Continued

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From the archives: Pictures of Billy Joel through the years, plus Bridge to Russia video

As we get closer and closer to Monday’s historic SiriusXM Town Hall event with Billy Joel, hosted by Howard Stern, we’ve found ourselves itching for more classic Piano Man content. Lucky for us, Joel’s archivist hooked us up with photos from throughout … Continued

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Hear Real Estate perform Crime on The Loft, talk about their own ‘legal issues’

New Jersey indie-rock outfit Real Estate have reached new levels of wistfulness on their third studio album, Atlas, but, as they prove in their new live performance for The Loft, they’re not so dragged down by sad bastard nostalgia that … Continued

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Hear Real Estate perform Crime on The Loft, talk about their own ‘legal issues’

New Jersey indie-rock outfit Real Estate have reached new levels of wistfulness on their third studio album, Atlas, but, as they prove in their new live performance for The Loft, they’re not so dragged down by sad bastard nostalgia that … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (4/19/14)

For the second week running, Gemini Syndrome hangs tight at the top of the Big ‘Uns Countdown. Like A Storm’s Love The Way You Hate Me takes second place this week, knocking Starset’s My Demons into the fifth slot. Three … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (4/19/14)

For the second week running, Gemini Syndrome hangs tight at the top of the Big ‘Uns Countdown. Like A Storm’s Love The Way You Hate Me takes second place this week, knocking Starset’s My Demons into the fifth slot. Three … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (4/21/14)

Kyng’s Burn The Serum is the reigning champion in this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, knocking Killer Be Killed’s Face Down to number three. Whitechapel’s The Saw Is The Law hang tight at number two between them, and Hellyeah’s Cross to … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (4/21/14)

Kyng’s Burn The Serum is the reigning champion in this week’s Devil’s Dozen countdown, knocking Killer Be Killed’s Face Down to number three. Whitechapel’s The Saw Is The Law hang tight at number two between them, and Hellyeah’s Cross to … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/19/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen, the temperatures show no sign of dropping as Black Key’s Fever grabs the number one spot for the second time. Meanwhile, Coldplay’s Magic comes in at number two, Hozier’s Take Me To Church clocks in … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/19/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen, the temperatures show no sign of dropping as Black Key’s Fever grabs the number one spot for the second time. Meanwhile, Coldplay’s Magic comes in at number two, Hozier’s Take Me To Church clocks in … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (4/20/14)

In this week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 countdown, the unstoppable Black Keys are at number one with Turn Blue. At number two is Twin Shadow’s To The Top (which he debuted on SXMU just last week — nice work!), and … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (4/20/14)

In this week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 countdown, the unstoppable Black Keys are at number one with Turn Blue. At number two is Twin Shadow’s To The Top (which he debuted on SXMU just last week — nice work!), and … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (4/21/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Grouplove takes the the top spot with Shark Attack. Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys climb toward the top with Why Do You Always Call Me When You’re High?, and The Black Keys’ Fever drops a degree … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (4/21/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Grouplove takes the the top spot with Shark Attack. Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys climb toward the top with Why Do You Always Call Me When You’re High?, and The Black Keys’ Fever drops a degree … Continued

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Hair Nation’s M3 Festival Week: Hear fest highlights + interviews with Tesla, Sebastian Bach + more

Pre-M3: Airing Monday 4/21 at 6 am ET through Saturday 4/25 at 6 pm ET M3 Live Broadcast: Saturday, 4/25 at 6 pm to 11 pm ET, Sunday, 4/26 at 11 am to 11 pm ET If you regularly listen … Continued

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Hair Nation’s M3 Festival Week: Hear fest highlights + interviews with Tesla, Sebastian Bach + more

Pre-M3: Airing Monday 4/21 at 6 am ET through Saturday 4/25 at 6 pm ET M3 Live Broadcast: Saturday, 4/25 at 6 pm to 11 pm ET, Sunday, 4/26 at 11 am to 11 pm ET If you regularly listen … Continued

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Coachella artists Bear Hands, Warpaint, Bombay Bicycle Club + more go acoustic at SONOS Studio

If you’re a band playing Coachella, then it’s probably safe to say that you’ll spend some time feeling hot and dusty (that California desert does not mess around). On the plus side, if you’re a Coachella band tapped to play … Continued

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Coachella artists Bear Hands, Warpaint, Bombay Bicycle Club + more go acoustic at SONOS Studio

If you’re a band playing Coachella, then it’s probably safe to say that you’ll spend some time feeling hot and dusty (that California desert does not mess around). On the plus side, if you’re a Coachella band tapped to play … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (4/16/14)

Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust is back and bad in this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown, taking the number one spot away from Like a Storm, who falls to number three with Love The Way You Hate Me. Starset’s My Demons makes … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (4/16/14)

Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust is back and bad in this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown, taking the number one spot away from Like a Storm, who falls to number three with Love The Way You Hate Me. Starset’s My Demons makes … Continued

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Listen: Twin Shadow premieres anthemic new single To The Top

If you’re an ’80s synth-pop enthusiast, then chances are you already listen to Twin Shadow (aka Florida’s George Lewis, Jr.), who’s built a career crafting highly danceable synth-lined pop tracks. Allegedly working on a brand-new album (the follow-up to 2012’s … Continued

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Listen: Twin Shadow premieres anthemic new single To The Top

If you’re an ’80s synth-pop enthusiast, then chances are you already listen to Twin Shadow (aka Florida’s George Lewis, Jr.), who’s built a career crafting highly danceable synth-lined pop tracks. Allegedly working on a brand-new album (the follow-up to 2012’s … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (4/12/14)

In this week’s Liquid Metal Devil’s Dozen countdown, Killer Be Killed takes the number one spot with Face Down, while Kyng sits at number two with Burn The Serum. Meanwhile, Whitechapel comes in at number three with The Saw Is … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (4/12/14)

In this week’s Liquid Metal Devil’s Dozen countdown, Killer Be Killed takes the number one spot with Face Down, while Kyng sits at number two with Burn The Serum. Meanwhile, Whitechapel comes in at number three with The Saw Is … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/12/14)

The temperatures are finally starting to rise this week, and Black Key’s Fever follows suit, grabbing the number one spot in The Spectrum‘s Baker’s Dozen Countdown. Hozier’s Take Me To Church makes a comeback at number two after last week’s … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/12/14)

The temperatures are finally starting to rise this week, and Black Key’s Fever follows suit, grabbing the number one spot in The Spectrum‘s Baker’s Dozen Countdown. Hozier’s Take Me To Church makes a comeback at number two after last week’s … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (4/14/14)

Future Islands’ summer fling frustration jam Seasons (Waiting On You) grabs the number one spot in this week’s Download 15 countdown, as Tune-Yards makes a countdown comeback at number two. Debuting on this week’s Download 15 we have Avey Tare’s … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (4/14/14)

Future Islands’ summer fling frustration jam Seasons (Waiting On You) grabs the number one spot in this week’s Download 15 countdown, as Tune-Yards makes a countdown comeback at number two. Debuting on this week’s Download 15 we have Avey Tare’s … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (4/14/14)

Much like Steven Spielberg’s summer smash hit Jaws and the spontaneous spring weather, Grouplove’s Shark Attack sneaks into the number one spot in this week’s , knocking Magic Man’s Paris into the third slot after its two week run at … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (4/14/14)

Much like Steven Spielberg’s summer smash hit Jaws and the spontaneous spring weather, Grouplove’s Shark Attack sneaks into the number one spot in this week’s , knocking Magic Man’s Paris into the third slot after its two week run at … Continued

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Hear Coachella artists Chvrches, HAIM, Bastille, Capital Cities + more on SiriusXMU and Alt Nation

If you’re one of the lucky few who managed to nab tickets to Coachella, then good on ya! You win the live music game. But If traveling to the deserts of Southern California isn’t logistically feasible (or you simply don’t … Continued

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Hear Coachella artists Chvrches, HAIM, Bastille, Capital Cities + more on SiriusXMU and Alt Nation

If you’re one of the lucky few who managed to nab tickets to Coachella, then good on ya! You win the live music game. But If traveling to the deserts of Southern California isn’t logistically feasible (or you simply don’t … Continued

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Valyrian steel or Liquid Metal: SiriusXM soundtracks Game Of Thrones

Now that HBO’s Game of Thrones is on its fourth season (!!!), our thoughts have turned to dragons, wolves, Valyrian swords, golden hands, kings, queens, feuding families, bloodcurdling battles, and, of course, hot sex scenes. (Erm, did we just say … Continued

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Valyrian steel or Liquid Metal: SiriusXM soundtracks Game Of Thrones

Now that HBO’s Game of Thrones is on its fourth season (!!!), our thoughts have turned to dragons, wolves, Valyrian swords, golden hands, kings, queens, feuding families, bloodcurdling battles, and, of course, hot sex scenes. (Erm, did we just say … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (4/5/14)

Pushing Gemini Syndrome back to number two in this week’s Big ‘Uns Countdown, Like a Storm’s Love the Way You Hate Me is back at number one. Meanwhile, Pop Evil is at number three with Torn To Pieces, Thousand Foot … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (4/5/14)

Pushing Gemini Syndrome back to number two in this week’s Big ‘Uns Countdown, Like a Storm’s Love the Way You Hate Me is back at number one. Meanwhile, Pop Evil is at number three with Torn To Pieces, Thousand Foot … Continued

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Watch Kutless perform In Jesus’ Name on The Message

Though Bible Appreciation Month may be over, it’s never the wrong time of year to celebrate life — or rock out while doing it. Whether you worship on the regular, dig Christian rock, or are simply a self-proclaimed “music nerd,” … Continued

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Watch Kutless perform In Jesus’ Name on The Message

Though Bible Appreciation Month may be over, it’s never the wrong time of year to celebrate life — or rock out while doing it. Whether you worship on the regular, dig Christian rock, or are simply a self-proclaimed “music nerd,” … Continued

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Listen to Jam_ON’s Wanee Weekend, featuring performances by The Allman Brothers + more

Well, we made it. Festival season is FINALLY here! This weekend, SiriusXM Jam_ON will broadcast live from the main stage at Wanee Festival in Live Oak, FL, featuring two nights of headlining sets by The Allman Brothers Band on Friday … Continued

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Listen to Jam_ON’s Wanee Weekend, featuring performances by The Allman Brothers + more

Well, we made it. Festival season is FINALLY here! This weekend, SiriusXM Jam_ON will broadcast live from the main stage at Wanee Festival in Live Oak, FL, featuring two nights of headlining sets by The Allman Brothers Band on Friday … Continued

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ICYMI: Hear Courtney Barnett’s charming rendition of the Lemonheads’ Bein’ Around

We’d like to call “LATE PASS” on this one: A couple weeks back, Shaggy-haired alt-rock revivalist Courtney Barnett stopped by SiriusXMU to record a minimalist, vulnerable-sounding, and shockingly pretty rendition of The Lemonheads’ cutesy and oh-so ’90s B-side Bein’ Around. … Continued

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ICYMI: Hear Courtney Barnett’s charming rendition of the Lemonheads’ Bein’ Around

We’d like to call “LATE PASS” on this one: A couple weeks back, Shaggy-haired alt-rock revivalist Courtney Barnett stopped by SiriusXMU to record a minimalist, vulnerable-sounding, and shockingly pretty rendition of The Lemonheads’ cutesy and oh-so ’90s B-side Bein’ Around. … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (4/7/14)

In this week’s Liquid Metal countdown, Killer Be Killed makes Carcass mincemeat, knocking Master Butcher’s Apron down to the fourth spot as Face Down makes an epic leap from number twelve to number one! Whitechapel’s The Saw Is The Law … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (4/7/14)

In this week’s Liquid Metal countdown, Killer Be Killed makes Carcass mincemeat, knocking Master Butcher’s Apron down to the fourth spot as Face Down makes an epic leap from number twelve to number one! Whitechapel’s The Saw Is The Law … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (4/7/14)

In this week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 countdown, we’ve got Cloud Nothings at number one with Now Hear In from their new album, Here and Nowhere Else. Next up is Future Islands with their highly addicting single Seasons (Waiting On … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (4/7/14)

In this week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 countdown, we’ve got Cloud Nothings at number one with Now Hear In from their new album, Here and Nowhere Else. Next up is Future Islands with their highly addicting single Seasons (Waiting On … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/5/14)

Coldplay may be crooning about falling hard and fast in Magic, but the first single off of their upcoming album, Ghost Stories, stands strong once again at number one in this week’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown. Ray Lamontange’s Supernova follows suit, … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/5/14)

Coldplay may be crooning about falling hard and fast in Magic, but the first single off of their upcoming album, Ghost Stories, stands strong once again at number one in this week’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown. Ray Lamontange’s Supernova follows suit, … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (4/7/14)

For the second week running, Magic Man’s Paris takes the number one spot in Alt Nation‘s Alt 18 countdown. Grouplove’s Shark Attack creeps along from number four to number two this week, knocking Big Data’s Dangerous down to number three. … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (4/7/14)

For the second week running, Magic Man’s Paris takes the number one spot in Alt Nation‘s Alt 18 countdown. Grouplove’s Shark Attack creeps along from number four to number two this week, knocking Big Data’s Dangerous down to number three. … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

’80s on 8: Big 40 Countdown April 4, 1987 (4/7/14)

1987 was a legendary year for unstoppable artists (and for their legendary hair). Aretha Franklin was the first woman to ever be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Madonna and Tina Turner were the talk of … Continued

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’80s on 8: Big 40 Countdown April 4, 1987 (4/7/14)

1987 was a legendary year for unstoppable artists (and for their legendary hair). Aretha Franklin was the first woman to ever be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Madonna and Tina Turner were the talk of … Continued

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Meet SiriusXM’s Spectrum Certified Artist: The War On Drugs

Here at The Spectrum, we search out up-and-coming bands for you, our listeners. We’re dubbing these artists you might not yet have heard Spectrum Certified. Here’s an artist we can’t stop listening to: The War on Drugs. Who: The War … Continued

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Meet SiriusXM’s Spectrum Certified Artist: The War On Drugs

Here at The Spectrum, we search out up-and-coming bands for you, our listeners. We’re dubbing these artists you might not yet have heard Spectrum Certified. Here’s an artist we can’t stop listening to: The War on Drugs. Who: The War … Continued

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Howard Stern to host special ‘Town Hall’ event with Billy Joel

There are SiriusXM Town Halls, and then there are SiriusXM Town Halls. Monday on The Howard Stern Show, Howard announced he will be hosting a special Town Hall event with the one and only Billy Joel. "We are going to do a … Continued

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Howard Stern to host special ‘Town Hall’ event with Billy Joel

There are SiriusXM Town Halls, and then there are SiriusXM Town Halls. Monday on The Howard Stern Show, Howard announced he will be hosting a special Town Hall event with the one and only Billy Joel. "We are going to do a … Continued

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’70s on 7: AT40 Countdown for March 31, 1973 (4/05/14)

It’s time for your ’70s on 7 American Top 40 Countdown! Let’s go back to January 1973, when Roberta Flack’s Killing Me Softly With His Song (later covered by The Fugees), was at the top of the charts, beating out … Continued

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’70s on 7: AT40 Countdown for March 31, 1973 (4/05/14)

It’s time for your ’70s on 7 American Top 40 Countdown! Let’s go back to January 1973, when Roberta Flack’s Killing Me Softly With His Song (later covered by The Fugees), was at the top of the charts, beating out … Continued

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E Street Radio’s Rock Hall week: Little Steven Van Zandt, Bruce Springsteen Town Hall + more

Airing Monday 4/7 at 4 pm ET through Sunday 4/13 at 8 pm ET on E Street Radio, Ch. 20 The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is fast approaching (Thursday, April 10 at 7 pm ET), and … Continued

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E Street Radio’s Rock Hall week: Little Steven Van Zandt, Bruce Springsteen Town Hall + more

Airing Monday 4/7 at 4 pm ET through Sunday 4/13 at 8 pm ET on E Street Radio, Ch. 20 The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is fast approaching (Thursday, April 10 at 7 pm ET), and … Continued

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Remember Kurt Cobain on the 20th anniversary of his death + hear Nirvana’s Road to the Rock Hall

Since his untimely death in 1994, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain has been immortalized by the music industry via countless posthumous awards, editorial profiles, and Best Of lists. In fact, Nirvana, a legendary alternative/grunge three-piece that’s gone on to sell more … Continued

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Remember Kurt Cobain on the 20th anniversary of his death + hear Nirvana’s Road to the Rock Hall

Since his untimely death in 1994, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain has been immortalized by the music industry via countless posthumous awards, editorial profiles, and Best Of lists. In fact, Nirvana, a legendary alternative/grunge three-piece that’s gone on to sell more … Continued

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Hear highlights from the 29th annual Rock Hall induction ceremony when Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Radio takes over Classic Vinyl

On Thursday, April 10, the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame will pay tribute to this year’s inductees: Peter Gabriel, Daryl Hall and John Oates, KISS, Nirvana, Linda Ronstadt, Cat Stevens, the E Street Band, Brian Epstein, and Andrew Loog Oldham. Kind of a … Continued

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Hear highlights from the 29th annual Rock Hall induction ceremony when Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Radio takes over Classic Vinyl

On Thursday, April 10, the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame will pay tribute to this year’s inductees: Peter Gabriel, Daryl Hall and John Oates, KISS, Nirvana, Linda Ronstadt, Cat Stevens, the E Street Band, Brian Epstein, and Andrew Loog Oldham. Kind of a … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (3/29/14)

Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust is back and bad at number one in this week’s Big ‘Uns Countdown. Like a Storm’s Love the Way You Hate Me drops down to number two. Seether’s Weak makes a formidable leap to the third spot, … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (3/29/14)

Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust is back and bad at number one in this week’s Big ‘Uns Countdown. Like a Storm’s Love the Way You Hate Me drops down to number two. Seether’s Weak makes a formidable leap to the third spot, … Continued

Music, Rock

LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen, Pantera track-by-track (3/28/14)

Good Tuesday afternoon, metal mayhem makers. In honor of last week’s Pantera 20th anniversary album special on Liquid Metal, this week’s Devil’s Dozen features a track-by-track review of Pantera’s Far Beyond Driven. Read on, and rawk on. 12. “Strength Beyond … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen, Pantera track-by-track (3/28/14)

Good Tuesday afternoon, metal mayhem makers. In honor of last week’s Pantera 20th anniversary album special on Liquid Metal, this week’s Devil’s Dozen features a track-by-track review of Pantera’s Far Beyond Driven. Read on, and rawk on. 12. “Strength Beyond … Continued

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’80s on 8: Big 40 Countdown March 28, 1989 (3/31/14)

1989 may have been the year of When Harry Met Sally, the Energizer Bunny, Field of Dreams, “This is your brain on drubs,” and “Eat my shorts,” but it was also a big year for the Bangles, Milli Vanilli (pre-lip-synching … Continued

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’80s on 8: Big 40 Countdown March 28, 1989 (3/31/14)

1989 may have been the year of When Harry Met Sally, the Energizer Bunny, Field of Dreams, “This is your brain on drubs,” and “Eat my shorts,” but it was also a big year for the Bangles, Milli Vanilli (pre-lip-synching … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/29/14)

Coldplay’s Magic moves on up to the number one spot in this week’s Baker’s Dozen. Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova drops down to number two, but Beck’s Blue Moon beats out Hozier’s Take Me to Church for this week’s number three spot. … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/29/14)

Coldplay’s Magic moves on up to the number one spot in this week’s Baker’s Dozen. Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova drops down to number two, but Beck’s Blue Moon beats out Hozier’s Take Me to Church for this week’s number three spot. … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Watch Vance Joy perform an acoustic cover of Bruce Springsteen’s Dancing in the Dark

You might already know folk-pop prince Vance Joy (aka Australia’s James Keogh) from his Spectrum hit, Riptide, but did you know that the shaggy-haired singer also has a special gift for stripping down ’80s pop hits and morphing them into … Continued

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Watch Vance Joy perform an acoustic cover of Bruce Springsteen’s Dancing in the Dark

You might already know folk-pop prince Vance Joy (aka Australia’s James Keogh) from his Spectrum hit, Riptide, but did you know that the shaggy-haired singer also has a special gift for stripping down ’80s pop hits and morphing them into … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (3/31/14)

In this week’s Download 15 Countdown, the Black Keys burn up the number one spot with Fever, knocking Tune-Yards’ Water Fountain down to number four. Future Islands makes an impressive leap to number two with Seasons (Waiting On You), as … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (3/31/14)

In this week’s Download 15 Countdown, the Black Keys burn up the number one spot with Fever, knocking Tune-Yards’ Water Fountain down to number four. Future Islands makes an impressive leap to number two with Seasons (Waiting On You), as … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (3/31/14)

After taking the third spot in the Alt 18 countdown last week with Paris, Magic Man hits number one this time around. Big Data’s Dangerous hangs tight at number two, but Foster the People’s Coming of Age drops down to … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (3/31/14)

After taking the third spot in the Alt 18 countdown last week with Paris, Magic Man hits number one this time around. Big Data’s Dangerous hangs tight at number two, but Foster the People’s Coming of Age drops down to … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Grouplove are REALLY good at table tennis. Relive Alt Nation’s epic Ping-Pong Throwdown!

Yesterday, Alt Nation held its third Ping-Pong Throwdown. This time, it was scraggly haired indie-pop collective Grouplove who joined in. Grouplove didn’t just play ping-pong, either — they also rocked out in the SXM Fishbowl. The group covered Beyonce’s Drunk In Love … Continued

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Grouplove are REALLY good at table tennis. Relive Alt Nation’s epic Ping-Pong Throwdown!

Yesterday, Alt Nation held its third Ping-Pong Throwdown. This time, it was scraggly haired indie-pop collective Grouplove who joined in. Grouplove didn’t just play ping-pong, either — they also rocked out in the SXM Fishbowl. The group covered Beyonce’s Drunk In Love … Continued

Country, Music, Rock

Hear Johnny Cash: Out Among the Stars in Outlaw Country, hosted with commentary from Cash’s son

Airing Saturday 3/29 at 9 am ET and 5 pm ET on Outlaw Country, Ch. 60 Replaying Sunday 3/30 at 12 pm ET and 9 pm ET If all you know of Johnny Cash’s story is movie Walk the Line, … Continued

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Hear Johnny Cash: Out Among the Stars in Outlaw Country, hosted with commentary from Cash’s son

Airing Saturday 3/29 at 9 am ET and 5 pm ET on Outlaw Country, Ch. 60 Replaying Sunday 3/30 at 12 pm ET and 9 pm ET If all you know of Johnny Cash’s story is movie Walk the Line, … Continued

Music, Rock

OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (3/22/14)

In this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown, Like A Storm is back with another number one for Love The Way You Hate Me (check out the video below). Meanwhile, former reigning champion Gemini Syndrome is at number two with Stardust, … Continued

Music, Rock

OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (3/22/14)

In this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown, Like A Storm is back with another number one for Love The Way You Hate Me (check out the video below). Meanwhile, former reigning champion Gemini Syndrome is at number two with Stardust, … Continued

Entertainment, Pop Culture, Rock, WWE

So Hulk Hogan tried to play bass for both Metallica and the Rolling Stones

Prior to his pro wrestling career, Hulk Hogan slapped a little bass, he confirmed this week on The Opie & Anthony Show. So how confident was Hulk in his bass-playing acumen, brother? He tried to join both The Rolling Stones and Metallica. … Continued

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So Hulk Hogan tried to play bass for both Metallica and the Rolling Stones

Prior to his pro wrestling career, Hulk Hogan slapped a little bass, he confirmed this week on The Opie & Anthony Show. So how confident was Hulk in his bass-playing acumen, brother? He tried to join both The Rolling Stones and Metallica. … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Hear Grouplove square off against SXM listeners in Alt Nation’s latest Ping-Pong Throwdown

Airing Thursday 3/27 at 1 pm ET on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replaying Thursday 3/27 at 10 pm ET and Friday 3/28 at 10 am ET Heads up: Alt Nation is organizing another Ping-Pong Throwdown, and this time they’re inviting … Continued

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Hear Grouplove square off against SXM listeners in Alt Nation’s latest Ping-Pong Throwdown

Airing Thursday 3/27 at 1 pm ET on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replaying Thursday 3/27 at 10 pm ET and Friday 3/28 at 10 am ET Heads up: Alt Nation is organizing another Ping-Pong Throwdown, and this time they’re inviting … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Watch The Fray toss back shots + perform Love Don’t Die at NYC’s Webster Hall

With his cute bald head and cheerful demeanor, Fray lead singer Joe King doesn’t exactly look like your average rock star. But as he stomp-clapped his way through The Fray’s new single, Love Don’t Die, and tossed back shots during … Continued

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Watch The Fray toss back shots + perform Love Don’t Die at NYC’s Webster Hall

With his cute bald head and cheerful demeanor, Fray lead singer Joe King doesn’t exactly look like your average rock star. But as he stomp-clapped his way through The Fray’s new single, Love Don’t Die, and tossed back shots during … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (3/22/14)

In this week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 countdown, Tune-Yards comes in at number one with Water Fountain. Next up is Black Lips with Dandelion Dust, followed by F*cked Up’s Paper The House. At number four is Kevin Drew’s Good Sex, … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (3/22/14)

In this week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 countdown, Tune-Yards comes in at number one with Water Fountain. Next up is Black Lips with Dandelion Dust, followed by F*cked Up’s Paper The House. At number four is Kevin Drew’s Good Sex, … Continued

Music, Rock

LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (3/27/14)

After an uproarious five week stint at number one, Behemoth’s Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer gets knocked down a peg by dark horse Carcass with Master Butcher’s Apron in this week’s Liquid Metal countdown. Whitechapel’s The Saw Is The Law follows … Continued

Music, Rock

LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (3/27/14)

After an uproarious five week stint at number one, Behemoth’s Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer gets knocked down a peg by dark horse Carcass with Master Butcher’s Apron in this week’s Liquid Metal countdown. Whitechapel’s The Saw Is The Law follows … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/22/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, the previously reigning Hozier gets knocked down a peg by Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova. Meanwhile, Beck too gets pushed down to number four and replaced at number two by Hozier. Vance Joy, once at number … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/22/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, the previously reigning Hozier gets knocked down a peg by Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova. Meanwhile, Beck too gets pushed down to number four and replaced at number two by Hozier. Vance Joy, once at number … Continued

Music, Rock

Liquid Metal celebrates 20 years of Pantera’s seventh studio album, Far Beyond Driven

Airing Monday 3/24 at 6 pm ET through Monday 3/31 at 3 am ET If Pantera’s seventh studio album, Far Beyond Driven, holds a special place in your metal mantle, then listen up: To celebrate Far Beyond Driven’s 20th birthday, … Continued

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Liquid Metal celebrates 20 years of Pantera’s seventh studio album, Far Beyond Driven

Airing Monday 3/24 at 6 pm ET through Monday 3/31 at 3 am ET If Pantera’s seventh studio album, Far Beyond Driven, holds a special place in your metal mantle, then listen up: To celebrate Far Beyond Driven’s 20th birthday, … Continued

Hip-Hop/R&B, Music, Rock

Listen to Matisyahu’s soulful new single, Watch the Walls Melt Down

We’ve got something to smile about today: Sirius XM’s Jam ON has the web exclusive of Matisyahu’s brand new single “Watch the Walls Melt Down”, the first song from his forthcoming album Akeda, due out later this year.

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Listen to Matisyahu’s soulful new single, Watch the Walls Melt Down

We’ve got something to smile about today: Sirius XM’s Jam ON has the web exclusive of Matisyahu’s brand new single “Watch the Walls Melt Down”, the first song from his forthcoming album Akeda, due out later this year.

Music, Pop, Rock

ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (3/24/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Foster The People takes the number one spot from Big Data, who are now at number two. Meanwhile, Magic Man’s Paris is at number three, Bastille’s Bad Blood hangs tight in the top five … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (3/24/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Foster The People takes the number one spot from Big Data, who are now at number two. Meanwhile, Magic Man’s Paris is at number three, Bastille’s Bad Blood hangs tight in the top five … Continued

Music, Rock

OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (3/15/14)

In this week’s Big ‘Uns Countdown, Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust pushes Like a Storm’s Love The Way You Hate Me down to the number two spot. Devildriver’s Sail makes its first appearance on the countdown, impressively grabbing the number three spot. … Continued

Music, Rock

OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (3/15/14)

In this week’s Big ‘Uns Countdown, Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust pushes Like a Storm’s Love The Way You Hate Me down to the number two spot. Devildriver’s Sail makes its first appearance on the countdown, impressively grabbing the number three spot. … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/15/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, Hozier continues his Number One reign with the all-consuming Take Me To Church. Meanwhile, Beck is at number two with Blue Moon, Vance Joy is number three with Riptide, Marcus Mumford and Oscar Isaac … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/15/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, Hozier continues his Number One reign with the all-consuming Take Me To Church. Meanwhile, Beck is at number two with Blue Moon, Vance Joy is number three with Riptide, Marcus Mumford and Oscar Isaac … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (3/17/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Big Data’s Dangerous takes the top spot for the third week running! Foster The People’s Coming of Age hits the second slot this time around, knocking Magic Man’s Paris to number three. Bastille’s Bad … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (3/17/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Big Data’s Dangerous takes the top spot for the third week running! Foster The People’s Coming of Age hits the second slot this time around, knocking Magic Man’s Paris to number three. Bastille’s Bad … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

SXSW Day 4 Recap: Phantogram, Sylvan Esso, The Black Lips + more

Well, we did it. We made it through SXSW ’14! And what do we have to show for it? Oh, just some moments idolizing the great Damon Albarn, talking career resurgences with Gary Numan, hanging with SiriusXMU at the Fader … Continued

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SXSW Day 4 Recap: Phantogram, Sylvan Esso, The Black Lips + more

Well, we did it. We made it through SXSW ’14! And what do we have to show for it? Oh, just some moments idolizing the great Damon Albarn, talking career resurgences with Gary Numan, hanging with SiriusXMU at the Fader … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

SXSW Day 3 Recap: Dee Dee from Dum Dum Girls talks Blondie collab, Damon Albarn talks going solo + more

Day three of SXSW has come and gone, and we’re nowhere near tired of gorging on breakfast tacos, catching showcase after showcase, and hanging at the Fader Fort. If you’ve been listening to SiriusXMU this week, then you’ll already know … Continued

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SXSW Day 3 Recap: Dee Dee from Dum Dum Girls talks Blondie collab, Damon Albarn talks going solo + more

Day three of SXSW has come and gone, and we’re nowhere near tired of gorging on breakfast tacos, catching showcase after showcase, and hanging at the Fader Fort. If you’ve been listening to SiriusXMU this week, then you’ll already know … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

SXSW Day 2 Recap: Cloud Nothings talks Wavves collab, Steve Aoki causes mass hysteria + more

Day two of SXSW has come and gone, and we’re feeling exhilarated, overwhelmed, full of Tex-Mex, and frankly a little out of breath. (People do a lot of walking in Austin.) Anyway. If you’ve been following along in your prayer … Continued

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SXSW Day 2 Recap: Cloud Nothings talks Wavves collab, Steve Aoki causes mass hysteria + more

Day two of SXSW has come and gone, and we’re feeling exhilarated, overwhelmed, full of Tex-Mex, and frankly a little out of breath. (People do a lot of walking in Austin.) Anyway. If you’ve been following along in your prayer … Continued

Music, Rock

Watch Hozier’s first US Radio performance of Take Me to Church

I first heard Hozier towards the end of last year and was immediately struck by his voice – I hadn’t heard a voice that special in a really long time. While everyone is saying his single Take Me To Church … Continued

Music, Rock

Watch Hozier’s first US Radio performance of Take Me to Church

I first heard Hozier towards the end of last year and was immediately struck by his voice – I hadn’t heard a voice that special in a really long time. While everyone is saying his single Take Me To Church … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

SXSW 2014 Day 1 Recap: SiriusXMU befriends London Grammar, Charli XCX, Bob Mould + more

SXSW 2014 is finally here! (Well, the music portion is, anyway.) Technicalities aside (love you, Interactive and Film!), the fact remains that #SpringBreakAustin is officially underway, and SiriusXMU is along for the ride. Stationed at the Fader Fort all week, … Continued

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SXSW 2014 Day 1 Recap: SiriusXMU befriends London Grammar, Charli XCX, Bob Mould + more

SXSW 2014 is finally here! (Well, the music portion is, anyway.) Technicalities aside (love you, Interactive and Film!), the fact remains that #SpringBreakAustin is officially underway, and SiriusXMU is along for the ride. Stationed at the Fader Fort all week, … Continued

Music, Rock

OCTANE: Big Uns Countdown (3/12/14)

In this week’s Big Uns Countdown, Gemini Syndrome’s hard rock anthem Stardust finally grabs the number one spot. Last week’s reigning champ Love the Way You Hate Me (by Like A Storm) eats its dust at number two, and Starset’s … Continued

Music, Rock

OCTANE: Big Uns Countdown (3/12/14)

In this week’s Big Uns Countdown, Gemini Syndrome’s hard rock anthem Stardust finally grabs the number one spot. Last week’s reigning champ Love the Way You Hate Me (by Like A Storm) eats its dust at number two, and Starset’s … Continued

Country, Music, Rock

Watch The Wild Feathers get country rock right with Got It Wrong

Despite their roots in music hotspots like Tennessee, Texas, and Oklahoma, The Wild Feathers are hardly a five-piece country band. By the same token, their rock music has that signature hint of Southern sound. The band has made this combination … Continued

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Watch The Wild Feathers get country rock right with Got It Wrong

Despite their roots in music hotspots like Tennessee, Texas, and Oklahoma, The Wild Feathers are hardly a five-piece country band. By the same token, their rock music has that signature hint of Southern sound. The band has made this combination … Continued

Music, Rock

LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (3/7/14)

For the fifth week running, Behemoth triumphs at number one with the unapologetic Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer in the Devil’s Dozen countdown. Just as impressively, Whitechapel’s The Saw Is the Law takes a massive leap from number 12 to number … Continued

Music, Rock

LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (3/7/14)

For the fifth week running, Behemoth triumphs at number one with the unapologetic Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer in the Devil’s Dozen countdown. Just as impressively, Whitechapel’s The Saw Is the Law takes a massive leap from number 12 to number … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/8/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Hozier’s Take Me to Church takes the number one spot again while Vance Joy’s Riptide sticks to number two. Beck’s Blue Moon makes an impressive jump to number three. U2’s Ordinary Love advances to … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/8/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Hozier’s Take Me to Church takes the number one spot again while Vance Joy’s Riptide sticks to number two. Beck’s Blue Moon makes an impressive jump to number three. U2’s Ordinary Love advances to … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (3/10/14)

In this week’s Download 15 countdown, indie rockers Real Estate makes the number one spot with Crime. Last week’s reigning champ St. Vincent gets knocked down to number two with Digital Witness, and Beck follows suit at number three with … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (3/10/14)

In this week’s Download 15 countdown, indie rockers Real Estate makes the number one spot with Crime. Last week’s reigning champ St. Vincent gets knocked down to number two with Digital Witness, and Beck follows suit at number three with … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (3/10/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Big Data takes the the top spot for the second week in a row with Dangerous. Meanwhile, previously reigning countdown champion Bastille stays steady at number four with Bad Blood, Magic Man’s Paris grabs … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (3/10/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Big Data takes the the top spot for the second week in a row with Dangerous. Meanwhile, previously reigning countdown champion Bastille stays steady at number four with Bad Blood, Magic Man’s Paris grabs … Continued

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More fun than fun.: Jack Antonoff talks solo project Bleachers on OutQ

Fun. fans will be pleased to know that lead guitarist Jack Antonoff has been hard at work (while on and off tour, no less) on a solo project known as Bleachers, which will be releasing an album later this spring. … Continued

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More fun than fun.: Jack Antonoff talks solo project Bleachers on OutQ

Fun. fans will be pleased to know that lead guitarist Jack Antonoff has been hard at work (while on and off tour, no less) on a solo project known as Bleachers, which will be releasing an album later this spring. … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (3/5/14)

The Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown is back! Like A Storm’s hard rock anthem Love the Way You Hate Me snags the number one spot once more, and Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust is still perfect in our minds as it takes the … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (3/5/14)

The Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown is back! Like A Storm’s hard rock anthem Love the Way You Hate Me snags the number one spot once more, and Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust is still perfect in our minds as it takes the … Continued

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Watch Jagwar Ma perform a psych-pop cover of Solange’s Losing You

Australian psych-dance outfit Jagwar Ma have a lot of buzz surrounding their 2013 debut album, Howlin’. (I mean, one doesn’t earn a 7.7 on Pitchfork and positive recognition from NME, Drowned In Sound and AllMusic without achieving something of an … Continued

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Watch Jagwar Ma perform a psych-pop cover of Solange’s Losing You

Australian psych-dance outfit Jagwar Ma have a lot of buzz surrounding their 2013 debut album, Howlin’. (I mean, one doesn’t earn a 7.7 on Pitchfork and positive recognition from NME, Drowned In Sound and AllMusic without achieving something of an … Continued

Music, Rock

LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (2/28/14)

It’s another top week for Behemoth on the Liquid Metal Devil’s Dozen countdown with Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer earning the number one spot for the fourth week running. Meanwhile, Carcass jumps up to number two from last week’s five with Master … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (2/28/14)

It’s another top week for Behemoth on the Liquid Metal Devil’s Dozen countdown with Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer earning the number one spot for the fourth week running. Meanwhile, Carcass jumps up to number two from last week’s five with Master … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (3/1/14)

In this week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 countdown, we’ve got the silver-haired St. Vincent at number one with Digital Witness. Next up is Beck with Blue Moon at number two, then Phantogram follows at number three with Black Out Days. … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (3/1/14)

In this week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 countdown, we’ve got the silver-haired St. Vincent at number one with Digital Witness. Next up is Beck with Blue Moon at number two, then Phantogram follows at number three with Black Out Days. … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/1/14)

The Spectrum–spanning the past, present, and future of Rock–provides excellent listening for all generations, which is highlighted by their weekly Baker’s Dozen countdown. This week, Spectrum Certified artist Hozier took the top spot with Take Me To The Church, while … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/1/14)

The Spectrum–spanning the past, present, and future of Rock–provides excellent listening for all generations, which is highlighted by their weekly Baker’s Dozen countdown. This week, Spectrum Certified artist Hozier took the top spot with Take Me To The Church, while … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (3/3/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Big Data takes the the top spot with Dangerous. Meanwhile, previously reigning countdown champion Bastille gets knocked down to number four with Bad Blood, Magic Man’s Paris grabs the second spot, and Foster the … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (3/3/14)

In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Big Data takes the the top spot with Dangerous. Meanwhile, previously reigning countdown champion Bastille gets knocked down to number four with Bad Blood, Magic Man’s Paris grabs the second spot, and Foster the … Continued

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Watch Young the Giant rock out live to Firelight and It’s About Time on SiriusXM

California indie-rockers Young the Giant recently performed a private concert for SiriusXM subscribers at The Studio at Webster Hall in NYC, where they rocked out, harmonized like pros, busted a move or two, and showed off some impressive falsetto (seriously, … Continued

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Watch Young the Giant rock out live to Firelight and It’s About Time on SiriusXM

California indie-rockers Young the Giant recently performed a private concert for SiriusXM subscribers at The Studio at Webster Hall in NYC, where they rocked out, harmonized like pros, busted a move or two, and showed off some impressive falsetto (seriously, … Continued

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Real Estate turns George Harrison’s Behind That Locked Door into indie-pop paradise on SiriusXMU

How legendary is George Harrison’s 1970 single Behind That Locked Door? Let’s review: 1) It’s originally from Harrison’s third studio album, All Things Must Pass, 2) Harrison wrote it about Bob Dylan — or, more specifically, about Dylan’s elusive reputation, … Continued

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Real Estate turns George Harrison’s Behind That Locked Door into indie-pop paradise on SiriusXMU

How legendary is George Harrison’s 1970 single Behind That Locked Door? Let’s review: 1) It’s originally from Harrison’s third studio album, All Things Must Pass, 2) Harrison wrote it about Bob Dylan — or, more specifically, about Dylan’s elusive reputation, … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (2/22/14)

The Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown is back! This week, Like A Storm snagged the title with Love The Way You Hate Me, pushing last week’s reigning winner, Gemini Syndrome, back to number two. Starset captures the third spot with My … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (2/22/14)

The Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown is back! This week, Like A Storm snagged the title with Love The Way You Hate Me, pushing last week’s reigning winner, Gemini Syndrome, back to number two. Starset captures the third spot with My … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (2/21/14)

This week’s Liquid Metal Devil’s Dozen countdown has Behemoth landing at number one for another week with Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer. Meanwhile, Suicide Silence and Phil Bozeman fall at number two with Unanswered (Live), Periphery is at number three with Feed … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (2/21/14)

This week’s Liquid Metal Devil’s Dozen countdown has Behemoth landing at number one for another week with Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer. Meanwhile, Suicide Silence and Phil Bozeman fall at number two with Unanswered (Live), Periphery is at number three with Feed … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/22/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Vance Joy’s Riptide sticks to the number one spot, and Broken Bells are still Holding on for Life, grabbing the number two spot that Hozier held last week. Hozier takes hold of the … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/22/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Vance Joy’s Riptide sticks to the number one spot, and Broken Bells are still Holding on for Life, grabbing the number two spot that Hozier held last week. Hozier takes hold of the … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (2/22/14)

This week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 sees Phantogram taking the number one spot with Black Out Days. Meanwhile, Real Estate is at number two with Crime, followed by St. Vincent’s Prince Johnny at number three. Check out the rest below: … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (2/22/14)

This week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 sees Phantogram taking the number one spot with Black Out Days. Meanwhile, Real Estate is at number two with Crime, followed by St. Vincent’s Prince Johnny at number three. Check out the rest below: … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (2/24/14)

This week on Alt Nation‘s Alt 18 Countdown, Bastille keeps the number one crown yet AGAIN with Bad Blood. Big Data gets Dangerous at number two, and Magic Man rounds things out at number three with Paris. Remember to request … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (2/24/14)

This week on Alt Nation‘s Alt 18 Countdown, Bastille keeps the number one crown yet AGAIN with Bad Blood. Big Data gets Dangerous at number two, and Magic Man rounds things out at number three with Paris. Remember to request … Continued

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Meet SiriusXM’s Spectrum Certified Artists: Hozier + Bear’s Den

Written by The Spectrum’s Jess Besack Here at The Spectrum, we search out up-and-coming bands for you, our listeners. We’re dubbing these artists you might not yet have heard Spectrum Certified. Here are two new artists we can’t stop listening … Continued

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Meet SiriusXM’s Spectrum Certified Artists: Hozier + Bear’s Den

Written by The Spectrum’s Jess Besack Here at The Spectrum, we search out up-and-coming bands for you, our listeners. We’re dubbing these artists you might not yet have heard Spectrum Certified. Here are two new artists we can’t stop listening … Continued

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Listen: Los Campesinos! cover Blink 182

Calling all indie rock fans! Hailing all the way from the UK, Los Campesinos! stopped by SiriusXM to give us an exclusive listen to their cover of Blink 182’s Going Away to College during SiriusXM U Sessions. Check out replays … Continued

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Listen: Los Campesinos! cover Blink 182

Calling all indie rock fans! Hailing all the way from the UK, Los Campesinos! stopped by SiriusXM to give us an exclusive listen to their cover of Blink 182’s Going Away to College during SiriusXM U Sessions. Check out replays … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (2/15/14)

Octane‘s Big ‘Uns Countdown is back this week with a new number one song: Shepherd Of Fire by Avenged Sevenfold. At the number two spot is last week’s number one: Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust. Meanwhile, Starset comes in at number three … Continued

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OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (2/15/14)

Octane‘s Big ‘Uns Countdown is back this week with a new number one song: Shepherd Of Fire by Avenged Sevenfold. At the number two spot is last week’s number one: Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust. Meanwhile, Starset comes in at number three … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (2/14/14)

In this week’s Liquid Metal Devil’s Dozen countdown, Behemoth takes the number one spot yet again with their track Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer. Meanwhile, Carcass climbs to number two with Master Butcher’s Apron, and the previously reigning Skeletonwitch falls back to … Continued

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LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (2/14/14)

In this week’s Liquid Metal Devil’s Dozen countdown, Behemoth takes the number one spot yet again with their track Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer. Meanwhile, Carcass climbs to number two with Master Butcher’s Apron, and the previously reigning Skeletonwitch falls back to … Continued

Music, Rock

ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (2/15/14)

This week on Alt Nation‘s Alt 18 Countdown, Bastille’s Bad Blood nabs the number one spot once again. At number two is Big Data with Dangerous, Magic Man’s Paris is at number three, Young The Giant’s It’s About Time comes in … Continued

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ALT NATION: Alt 18 Countdown (2/15/14)

This week on Alt Nation‘s Alt 18 Countdown, Bastille’s Bad Blood nabs the number one spot once again. At number two is Big Data with Dangerous, Magic Man’s Paris is at number three, Young The Giant’s It’s About Time comes in … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/15/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Lorde finally comes unstuck from number one to make way for Vance Joy’s Riptide. Hozier takes the number two spot with Take Me to Church, and Broken Bells is Holding On For Life … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/15/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Lorde finally comes unstuck from number one to make way for Vance Joy’s Riptide. Hozier takes the number two spot with Take Me to Church, and Broken Bells is Holding On For Life … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (2/15/14)

This week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 has Broken Bells taking the number one spot yet again with After The Disco, while the Black Lips comes in at number two with Justice After All. Temples shows up at number three with … Continued

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SiriusXM U: Download 15 Countdown (2/15/14)

This week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 has Broken Bells taking the number one spot yet again with After The Disco, while the Black Lips comes in at number two with Justice After All. Temples shows up at number three with … Continued

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’80s on 8: Big 40 Countdown Feb. 14, 1982 (2/15/14)

This week the ’80s on 8 Big 40 Countdown brings us back to Valentine’s Day, ’82. Ah, 1982. The year of the Commodore 64 computer, SONY’s first CD player, EPCOT Center, the death of John Belushi (R.I.P.), and the birth … Continued

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’80s on 8: Big 40 Countdown Feb. 14, 1982 (2/15/14)

This week the ’80s on 8 Big 40 Countdown brings us back to Valentine’s Day, ’82. Ah, 1982. The year of the Commodore 64 computer, SONY’s first CD player, EPCOT Center, the death of John Belushi (R.I.P.), and the birth … Continued

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