FYI: Drake’s Epic Snub, M83-The Killers Collaboration

June 21, 2013 By:

Andrew W.K. has done it! He now holds the world record for longest drumming sesh. He went for 24 hours straight. (Fuse)

Even Drake gets snubbed sometimes. He was denied access to the Miami Heat’s locker room after they won the NBA championship, even with the stiff argument “I am media.” (Billboard)

If you missed “Jimmy Kimmel” last night, you missed Muse playing live from London. It was zombie-themed in honor of World War Z. (Rolling Stone)

In other late night television news, Japandroids stopped by “Letterman” on Thursday night. They played “Adrenaline Nightshift.” (Pitchfork)

Hell, we might as well cover all the talk shows… Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs wore a Michael Jackson shirt on “Fallon.” (SPIN)

Steven Van Zandt and Bruce Springsteen honored the late James Gandolfini in the only way The Boss would—by rocking out. (Entertainment Weekly)

Nine Inch Nails is slowly revealing the details (including a full tracklist) of their new album, Hesitation Marks, which arrives from Columbia in September. (Stereogum)

Following the big news of Jay-Z’s new album arriving July 4, there’s a new Samsung commercial promoting it… It’ll probably be interrupting your YouTube streams soon. (MTV)

Jay-Z also just officially became a certified sports agent. Next stop... President of the United States! (NME)

The Killers and Anthony Gonzalez of M83 collaborated to produce a new song. There’s also another track in the works from the partnership. (NME)