Leather Corduroys We Dont Know How To Stop

Leather Corduroys are back for the first time since releasing “Have U Eva?” a few months back featuring Vic. This time around, they team up with Two Fresh for the production for “We Don’t Know How To Stop.” They dropped the song just in time for their set at North Coast this Friday.

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One of the last performances of the night saw Pharrell perform his eclectic and inspiring single “Freedom.” Charged with lively dancers and fireworks lighting up the air behind him, this rendition of the track was a real beauty.

Check it out above.


What may perhaps be the revelation of night, one of the coolest moments came when A$AP Rocky and Twenty One Pilots hit the stage together at the MTV VMAs. The two acts performed a medley of each other’s hits including “HeavyDirtySoul” and “Lane Boy” from the Ohio duo’s latest project, along with “M’$” and “L$D” off Rocky’s At.Long.Last.A$AP.

Peep that collaborative performance above.


Tonight saw MTV’s biggest night in music as they held their annual Video Music Awards, AKA the VMAs, and one of the most anticipated performances for us was The Weeknd’s live rendition of “Can’t Feel My Face.” Abel sure didn’t disappoint, bringing to life a lot of the same elements that made the music video for this track so entertaining, flames and all!

Relive that performance above.

Foo Fighters Wrigley Field

The Foo Fighters played a historic concert last night at Chicago’s Wrigley Field with a 2-hours+ set that included performances of songs from every era of the band’s existence. The opening acts were all “local bands” that had a lasting influence on Grohl with Urge Overkill kicking things off, then giving way to Naked Raygun (the first band he saw in concert), before Cheap Trick capped off the first half of the night with a brilliant set that showed once more exactly why they’re one of the great all-American bands.

Once the headlining act hit the stage at the “Friendly Confines” it didn’t take too long after Grohl’s first shriek, while still behind the veil, to make it clear that this concert won’t soon (or ever) be forgotten and that we were in store for a damn near-legendary night. The band started off with “Everlong,” which also helped introduce the concert-goers to Dave Grohl’s guitar throne (below). The thing is even more glorious and badass in person and it was amazing seeing how hard Dave could still shred will confined to it. Read More →