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Glastonbury 2022: Watch Paul McCartney and Dave Grohl Perform “Band on the Run”

Also Watch McCartney Perform "I’ve Got a Feeling" with Archival Footage of John Lennon

Jun 27, 2022

Paul McCartney was one of many performers at Glastonbury this past weekend. He performed “I Saw Her Standing There” and “Band on the Run” alongside Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters, and was also joined by Bruce Springsteen for performances of “Glory Days” and “I Wanna Be Your Man.” McCartney also performed The Beatles’ 1970 song “I’ve Got a Feeling” up against archival footage of John Lennon. More

Spoon Share Cover of The Beatles’ “Christmas Time (Is Here Again)”

Recorded for Spotify Singles: Holiday Edition 2021

Nov 17, 2021

Spoon have shared a cover of The Beatles’ 1967 fan club single, “Christmas Time (Is Here Again).” It is the latest release from Spotify Singles as part of their 2021 Holiday Edition. More

Oct 26, 2021

Wilco have shared covers of two songs by The Beatles, “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Dig a Pony,” both originally from the sessions for their 1970 album Let it Be. The covers are being released as a part of Amazon Music’s month-long [RE]DISCOVER campaign in celebration of the reissue of Let it Be, which came out earlier this month. More

The Beatles Announce Special Edition of 1970’s “Let it Be”

Due Out October 15 via Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol/UMe

Aug 26, 2021

The Beatles have announced a special edition reissue of their 1970 album Let it Be. It will be out on October 15 via Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol/UMe. More

Paul McCartney Shares Beck Remix of “Find My Way”

McCartney III Imagined Due Out April 16 on Capitol

Mar 25, 2021

Paul McCartney has shared a new Beck remix of the song “Find My Way,” originally featured on his McCartney III album from last year. The remix will be on the upcoming McCartney III Imagined, which consists entirely of reimaginings of songs from the original by different artists. More

May 07, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie has been live streaming solo concerts from his home studio. Tonight’s concert was an all-Beatles covers set. More

Feb 12, 2019

From his 1996 breakthrough film Trainspotting (about Scottish heroin addicts) to the zombie classic 28 Days Later to space thriller Sunshine to Oscars Best Picture winner Slumdog Millionaire, the career of British film director Danny Boyle has taken some interesting paths. More

Under the Radar’s Holiday Gift Guide 2018 Part 9: Music Box Sets, Vinyl, and Reissues (Part One)

Featuring The Band, David Bowie, Prince, Pet Shop Boys, Aretha Franklin, Elvis Presley, The Cranberries, The Beta Band, and More

Dec 20, 2018

Welcome to part 9 of our Holiday Gift Guide 2018, which centers on music box sets and reissues, some on CD and some on vinyl. We’re splitting this section into two parts, as we were sent quite a few releases to include in it. More

Listen to Same Sex Wedding EP Featuring St. Vincent, Benjamin Gibbard, Bob Dylan, and More

Universal Love EP Also Features Kesha, Kele Okereke, and Valerie June Doing New Takes on Classic Love Songs

Apr 05, 2018

Universal Love is a new EP funded by MGM Resorts that features musicians covering classic love songs but adjusting the gender pronouns so that they would be more appropriate for same sex weddings. It features St. Vincent, Benjamin Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie, Bob Dylan, Kesha, Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke, and Valerie June. More

Dec 13, 2017

Elbow released a new album (their seventh), Little Fictions, back in February via Concord and they just released a new best of compilation, fittingly titled The Best Of. They previously shared its bonus track, a cover of The Beatles’ “Golden Slumbers” (from Abbey Road). More

7 Best Songs of the Week: Marlon Williams, Chromeo, Morrissey, Superchunk, and More

Plus Elbow, Widowspeak, Mavis Staples, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 10, 2017

We haven’t done a Songs of the Week post for a few weeks, due to various factors, but now we’re back. This week we’ve got the first singles from the upcoming new albums by Marlon Williams, Chromeo, and Superchunk, as well as two covers (Widowspeak covering Neil Young and Elbow taking on The Beatles). More

Elbow Announce Best Of Album, Share Cover of The Beatles’ “Golden Slumbers” from Christmas Ad

The Best Of Due Out November 24, Watch Michel Gondry-Directed John Lewis Christmas Ad

Nov 10, 2017

Elbow released a new album (their seventh), Little Fictions, back in February via Concord. Now the band have announced a new best of compilation, fittingly titled The Best Of, and shared its bonus track, a cover of The Beatles’ “Golden Slumbers” (from Abbey Road). More

Sep 15, 2017

This week Benjamin Clementine discusses the inspirations for his new record and the problems he sees around him, plus we round-up Trump’s deal-cutting, hurricanes, mass persecution in Myanmar, The Beatles on the EU, and Mavis Staples on the state of America. More

Soundtracking the Resistance - Taxing Problems

Music and Taxes: The Beatles, Johnny Cash, Primal Scream, Sharon Jones, The Knife, and More

Apr 21, 2017

This week we’re going to build bridges, albeit of a temporary and highly specific kind. Because if there’s one thing that unites people, it’s the confusion, frustration, and panic brought on by the tax filing deadline. More

Mar 09, 2016

Late last night it was announced that Sir. George Martin had died. He was best known as the producer for almost all of The Beatles’ albums and thus was often referred to as “The Fifth Beatle.” The 90-year-old passed away in his sleep and former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr confirmed the news on Twitter. More

Watch Beck and Paul McCartney Perform Beatles Songs Together at PETA Benefit

Performed “Just Seen My Face” and “Drive My Car”

Oct 01, 2015

Beck and Paul McCartney teamed up last night and performed at a benefit for PETA, a 35th anniversary gala in Hollywood. They dueted on The Beatles’ classics “Just Seen My Face” and “Drive My Car.” More

Jul 21, 2010

Jack White hangs with Conan O’Brien and releases honest-to-goodness records with pretty much anyone he damn well pleases. Why not cover The Beatles? Solo. At the White House. With Paul McCartney looking on. We have the video. More

Coachella Day One Photos

View photos of Paul McCartney, Morrissey, Leonard Cohen, Franz Ferdinand, Conor Oberst, Noah and the Whale, and others

Apr 18, 2009

Check out photos from Coachella day one (Friday, April 17, 2009) More

Apr 08, 2009

In conjunction with the release of the Beatles’ edition of Rock Band, Apple Corps Ltd. and EMI Music will be releasing the Beatles’ entire original recorded catalog in remastered CD format, complete with original UK release tracklistings and artwork. More


My Favorite Album: Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips on The Beatles’ “The White Album”

"Some of that music is haunting, it's beautiful, and it's strange, and it's happy, and it's sad, and it's fucked up, it's all the stuff."

Feb 06, 2020

The year is 1969. Eight-year-old Wayne Coyne and his older brothers anxiously gather around the record player to listen to The Beatles’ latest offering, a self-titled album released in November 1968 that is also known as The White Album. More