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


Live: Gary Clark Jr. performs Catfish Blues on Jam On

One of the most exciting artists on the scene today, it’s quite clear that Gary Clark Jr. has just GOT it.  Blending old crusty grooves with vocals that bridge the gap between classic rock and modern pop sensibilities, his style … Continued


Live: CHVRCHES perform The Mother We Share and We Sink on SiriusXM U

If you’re obsessed with electro-dance bands, then chances are Scottish-born synthpop act CHVRCHES (Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook, and Martin Doherty) have been at the top of your playlist ever since they dropped their debut album, The Bones of What You … Continued


Live: James Blunt performs Bonfire Heart and Heart to Heart on The Pulse

Talk about setting hearts aflame! Soft-pop performer James Blunt recently stopped by The Pulse to play live, acoustic renditions of his hit singles Bonfire Heart and Heart to Heart, from his latest studio album, Moon Landing. Sure, you might’ve already heard … Continued


Franz Ferdinand’s Right Action

Fresh off the release of their fourth album, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action, Glasgow rockers Franz Ferdinand stopped by the SiriusXM studios and performed their single Right Action for Alt Nation. For a free 30-day trial, click here


Jimmy Eat World: Something old and something new

Instagram don’t lie. Jimmy Eat World did indeed stop by the SiriusXM New York City studios bright and early to perform a session for Alt Nation. After sound check (and several cups of coffee) we got songs old and new, … Continued


WATCH: The Tantrums meet The Raconteurs with a cover of “Steady As She Goes”

Fitz and his Tantrums rock steady at the SiriusXM studios in New York with this raucous rendition of The Raconteurs’ “Steady As She Goes.” Look out, Jack White, here they come.