If you love the music of ‘Trainspotting,’ this will blow your mind.
According to Berninger, the living members of the Grateful Dead are actually pretty stoked about the project. They, unlike many others, don’t find the idea of indie rock acts paying tribute to the most iconic jam band in any way preposterous.
The Brooklyn-based band will take the SNL stage with fellow Brooklyn actress Lena Dunham, who will also make her SNL debut as host.
The National are known to be purveyors of bummer jams, but in their video for ‘I Need My Girl’, the dour Brooklyn band try their best to brighten things up.
This year’s Sasquatch! Music Festival, like Coachella before it, is offering double the fun by expanding to two weekends. But unlike that Indio, California fest, each weekend of Sasquatch! will have entirely different lineups.
The National are readying to hit the road this spring to support their latest album, ‘Trouble Will Find Me.’
Stephen Colbert is celebrating “Christmas Carol Week” this week on The Colbert Report, kicking things off last night (December 16) with a collaboration between indie rockers The National and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Gregg Allman.
For those of us who still want to know more about this teenage battle royale that takes place in the world of The Hunger Games, Matt Berninger echoes our questions in the lolling ballad “Lean”
The tracklist for ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ soundtrack has been revealed and it features a few well-known artists alongside some familiar up-and-comers.
Bryce Dessner and Matt Berninger recently sat down to talk about their myriad projects, out some closeted Deadheads, and explain their entirely fabricated beef with Jay Z.
In the video for “Graceless,” The National gets a bit rowdy. We’re talking get drunk, jump in the pool with all your clothes on kind of thing.
Listen To The National’s Matt Berninger Sing ‘I’ll See You In My Dreams’ Off ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Soundtrack
On September 3, ABKCO records will release Boardwalk Empire Volume 2, featuring a grip of contemporary artists singing songs written darn near a century ago.
This week, August 12-16, sees the return of lots of artists we’ve seen a few times already this summer and a few new ones that are worth your attention.
Lollapalooza 2013, Saturday: Mumford & Sons Return Following Health Scare, The Postal Service, Kendrick Lamar
Mumford & Sons return after Ted Dwane’s surgery, the Postal Service are apparently make-out music, Kendrick Lamar has his spotlight stolen, and Eric Church wins over the rock fans.
Does Jay Z’s performance connect the average rap listener to the highbrow art world?