Drake and Courtney Barnett are set as the musical guests for the final two episodes of Saturday Night Live this year. Drake will be on the May 14th episode, Barnett will perform on May 21st.
AM Taxi will be releasing a new mixtape next Friday, May 13th. You can stream the song “Enough to Feel Like Enough” below.
George from The 1975 slipped while getting off the tour bus and broke his shoulder. The band won’t be canceling any shows while it heals.
Epitaph Records have signed Cover Your Tracks. You can stream the band’s single “Spin the Bottle” on YouTube or by hitting read more.
Run the Jewels have released their official virtual reality video for “Crown.”
Tegan and Sara have released their new video for “U-Turn.”
Alicia Keys has released her new song “In Common.”
The Shins will be making their live return at the End of the Road festival this September.
Blink-182 continued their media blitz yesterday with Live 105’s Kevin Klein. Mark Hoppus talks about how Tom DeLonge’s Facebook post came as a surprise and how he hadn’t spoken to Tom in over a “year and a half,” how he is really just focused on this new album, and how great it’s been to work with Matt Skiba.
According to Mediabase, Blink-182’s “Bored to Death” was last week’s most added song on alternative radio. It tripled up number two: Young The Giant’s “Something To Believe In.”
Ryan and Scott from American Steel have formed Sunset Shipwrecks. They will release their new album, Community, on May 27th via Ryan’s Lugosi Records imprint. You can stream “Leave Me in the Grave” below.
Kanye West announced on the Steve Harvey Morning show that he plans to tour behind The Life of Pablo later this year, probably around September.
Dance Gavin Dance have posted up “Carl Barker” (Live) from their upcoming Tree City Sessions release.
Titus Andronicus’ new live album, S+@dium Rock: Five Nights at the Opera, is up for pre-order. The album will be out July 29th on Merge Records.
Rocky Loves Emily’s new album, Miserable Love, will be released on June 21st via Tooth and Nail Records. You can stream the first single “Bury” below.
Tegan and Sara debuted two new songs, “Stop Desire,” and “100x” live last night. You can find fan recorded videos of both below.
Mitski’s new song “Happy” can be streamed below.
Frank Turner was recently featured in Amoeba Records’ “What’s in My Bag?” video series.
Nas joined The Weeknd for a performance of “Tell Your Friends” at the Met Gala ball last night. The performance can be found below, or on Apple Music.