Interactive dance clips; dangerous escalators; one-shot wonders; murderous muppets; product whores – our favorite 11 music videos from this year cover a lot of ground.
There’s been no official announcement from the Coachella camp, but this lineup is being circulated as an early leak. Big names too: Radiohead, No Doubt, Foo Fighters, Daft Punk, The Roots, Wilco, Florence and The Machine, Underworld, Beirut, M83 and Justice are a few of the acts listed for the three-day festival in Indio, CA.
The 2012 Grammy nominations are out and we’ve got the list.
Foo Fighters, Bjork, Arctic Monkeys, Band Of Horses, MGMT, TV On The Radio, Skrillex, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts and Foster The People are tapped to play the second year of Lollapalooza in Chile and the inaugural year of Lollapalooza Brazil.
Dressed in their costumes from their recent “Hot Buns” tour promo video, the Foos performed a little ditty for a church group infamous for their aggressive anti-gay viewpoint before their sold out show that night in Kansas City. Amazingly, some of the protesters just don’t get it.
Whoa! Dave Grohl and company shot this rather bizarre and very…revealing promo for their upcoming fall tour. Queen. Truck stops. Communal showers. NSFW, folks – there’s a whole lotta Foo-butt here.
The Foo Fighters went on a rather unconventional tour: fan’s garages. Eight lucky fans won a concert for themselves and 50 friends. Here’s a documentary about how it went down.
The Foo Fighter’s newest video (and homage to Michael’s Douglas film, Falling Down) from their most recent release, Wasting Light. It also won the 2011 VMA for Best Rock Video.
Debuting at SXSW is a new documentary about The Foo Fighters, Back and Forth. Born from the ashes of Nirvana and Sunny Day Real Estate, The Foos became one of the biggest bands in the world. The film touches on their tensions over the years and follows them as they record their most recent album, Waisting Light.
The first single off the forthcoming album, Waisting Light, Pat Smear is back with the Foos, both on the album and in the video, directed by Dave Grohl. The video is interesting enough, but the song sounds a little…familiar.