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The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (7-23-17)

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (7-23-17)

Portugal. The Man is #1 in audience; Arcade Fire is #1 in spins. The Killers is Top 10, and Vance Joy adds a week-best 178 spins to debut at #15…

Worth Watching - Portugal. The Man, Nine Inch Nails, Arcade Fire

Worth Watching – Portugal. The Man, Nine Inch Nails, Arcade Fire

It’s always good to have Rich Friends – Portugal. The Man explains; Nine Inch Nails goes 8-bit, and Arcade Fire drops yet another…

The Top 22 Alternative Rock Radio Songs (7-16-17)

The Top 22 Alternative Rock Radio Songs (7-16-17)

Portugal. The Man holds #1 in a largely unchanged Top 10. Imagine Dragons’ “Thunder” grabs a week-best 223 spins to move to #16, and Arcade Fire debuts in The Top 22…

Worth Watching - The Killers, Arcade Fire, 5 Billion in Diamonds

Worth Watching – The Killers, Arcade Fire, 5 Billion in Diamonds

There’s a whole dance-rock thing going on, and we’ve go the videos to prove it. Plus, superstar producer Butch Vig has a new project…

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (7-2-17)

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (7-2-17)

Portugal. The Man, Dan Auerbach, and Kings of Leon are 1-2-3. The upwardly mobile include Arcade Fire, Spoon, Jason Isbell, The Killers, and The Head and the Heart…

Worth Watching - Arcade Fire, Depeche Mode, Other Music Documentary

Worth Watching – Arcade Fire, Depeche Mode, Other Music Documentary

Arcade Fire goes Pop Up Video, Depeche Mode goes 360, and a trailer from a doc about an iconic NYC record store — all worth watching…

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (6-25-17)

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (6-25-17)

It’s Portugal. The Man followed by Dan Auerbach. Arcade Fire add a week-best 168 spins to move up to #6. The Killers (pictured) are Top 22 bound…

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (6-18-17)

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (6-18-17)

Portugal. The Man is #1, ahead of Dan Auerbach and The Lumineers. The National climbs, Arcade Fire adds a week-best 86 spins to land at #11, and Blondie cracks The Top 22…

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (6-11-17)

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (6-11-17)

Portugal. The Man (pictured) regains the top spot from Dan Auerbach; Spoon and Harry Styles show momentum, and Arcade Fire debuts in The Top 22…

Worth Watching - Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters, Radiohead

Worth Watching – Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters, Radiohead

Three new mini-movies from superstars this week — a long-awaited return from Arcade Fire, a surprise from Foo Fighters, and previously unreleased Radiohead…

Forecast - Arcade Fire, War On Drugs, Lorde

Forecast – Arcade Fire, War On Drugs, Lorde

Arcade Fire will likely win the week as they drop a new single; War on Drugs, Lorde, and Big Head Todd will rack up adds as well. See what’s in the consideration pile…

Forecast - John Mellencamp, Ray Davies, Arcade Fire, Goldfrapp

Forecast – John Mellencamp, Ray Davies, Arcade Fire, Goldfrapp

Icons John Mellencamp and Ray Davies have new songs in the music meeting; Arcade Fire, Alison Krauss, and Goldfrapp round out The Top 5…

2014 VMAs Lacking in Moments, Leans on Tropes

2014 VMAs Lacking in Moments, Leans on Tropes

With so much happening in the music video space, the 2014 VMAs appeared to be living in an alternate universe, a bit lost and recycling bits we’ve seen before…

Worth Watching: Ryan Adams, Beck, Arcade Fire, Sia [Video]

Worth Watching: Ryan Adams, Beck, Arcade Fire, Sia [Video]

Four relatively low-budget clips from big name stars again show that it’s not about how much money you spend, but rather the idea…

Worth Watching: Merge Records 25th Anniversary Mini Documentary

Worth Watching: Merge Records 25th Anniversary Mini Documentary

Merge Records, the North Carolina-based indie label has managed to do what so many others could not — turn 25. Watch this mini documentary to learn the story…

Worth Watching: Arcade Fire, Damon Albarn, Paul McCartney, Basement Jaxx

Worth Watching: Arcade Fire, Damon Albarn, Paul McCartney, Basement Jaxx

Some strong new clips worth taking a look at as Spider Man Andrew Garfield stars for Arcade Fire, Damon Albarn sings about an elephant, and Paul McCartney makes friends with a robot…

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