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Highlights at the Penthouse include performances by HAIM, Phoenix, The Neighbourhood, The 1975, Paramore, Vampire Weekend, Florence & The Machine, The Temper Trap, Foster The People, 30 Seconds to Mars, Mumford & Sons, My Chemical Romance, and Broken Bells, as well as breakfast with Weezer, Linkin Park's CD release party, and Old School Game Night with Jimmy Eat World.
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It's here! It's here! Arcade Fire's Reflector is here!!
We've been wanting to say that for a long long time now!
Listen to the entire album below and tell us which song is your favorite:
And here's the tracklist:
0:07:34 We Exist
0:13:17 Flashbulb Eyes
0:16:00 Here Comes the Night Time
0:22:30 Normal Person
0:26:53 You Already Know
0:30:51 Joan of Arc
0:46:22 Here Comes the Night Time II
0:49:07 Awful Sound (Oh Eurydice)
0:55:23 It's Never Over (Hey Orpheus)
The album will officially be released next Tuesday, October 29th.
Photo Credit: YouTube
We love bands that not only play great music, but have an awesome sense of humor.
In their brand new music video for "Girls," The 1975 have a laugh about not being a pop band and not wanting to make a pop music video, but a simple video shot in black and white... at least that was their plan...
Check out the video and share your thoughts.
Want more from The 1975? Check out their set from the #ALT987Penthouse at the Historic Hollywood Tower.
It's been more than three years since Hellogoobye released an album. Next week, they'll release their third studio album, Everything is Debatable, but you don't have to wait another week to hear it.
Take a listen to the title track, "(Everything is) Debatable" below, and the rest of the album here.
This Year's Best New Song... of the Week is "Girls/Girls/Boys" by Panic At The Disco.
Last week, Panic At The Disco were the first ever act to take the stage at the brand new iHeartRadio Theater in LA, and they set the bar really high for all future bands. See The Pictures!
They rocked the theater, and had the crowd dancing and enjoying themselves with a great mix of both their previous hits and new songs from their just released album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare to Die. They put on a great show, everyone had a blast, and we're calling "Girls/Girls/Boys" This Year's Best New Song... of the Week.
We’ll being playing "Girls/Girls/Boys" Monday through Friday this week at 8:10a, 12:10p, 6:10p and 10:10p.
Brendon Urie pays homage to D'Angelo's iconic music video for "Untitled (How Does It Feel)" in the music video for "Girls/Girls/Boys". Check it out below and CLICK HERE for a FREE download of the song.
Follow Panic At The Disco through their website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. They're also touring next year, and will be ending the tour at The Wiltern with The Colourist on February 16th - get the details on their website.
Photo Credit: YouTube
The guys from The Neighbourhood just released the brand new video for their song, "Afraid."
When they played at our #ALT987Penthouse a few months ago (WATCH IT HERE), it was clear to us that "Afraid" was a crowd favorite and would be an excellent choice for the next single.
We even named it our Best New Song of The Year... of this Week in early September.
In the video, lead singer Jesse exposes his fears and more. Check out the uncensored video and give us your feedback: