Fleet Foxes have been on the television circuit as of late to promote their new album Crack-Up. After performing on “Colbert” last night, they appeared on “CBS This Morning Saturday” earlier today. They performed from Electric Lady Studios live and they played a series of songs from the new album: “Third of May,” “If You Need To, Keep Time on Me,” and “Fool’s Errand.” Watch performances of the latter two songs below.
“The Mayor” is an upcoming sitcom about a struggling rapper who becomes mayor after trying to promote his new mixtape by entering the race. clipping. rapper and an original Hamilton cast member Daveed Diggs has been signed as its executive producer. It also has been announced that clipping. has recorded all the original music for the show, as Entertainment Weekly reports. “The Mayor” will debut this fall on ABC. Watch the trailer for the show below.
A new soundtrack for “Mr. Robot” has been announced. The album, Mr. Robot V.3 features composer Mac Quayle’s score for the show’s second season. It is set to be out digitally on June 9th through Lakeshore Records. A special vinyl LP package is also planned to be out later this year via Invada Records in partnership with Lakeshore. Listen to a new song from the soundtrack, “2.3_1-steel-v4lley.webm below.” A second volume of Quayle’s “Mr. Robot” Season 2 score, Mr. Robot V.4, is due to come out digitally and on CD later this summer.
The critically-acclaimed Fox TV show, “Bob’s Burgers,” which has previously teamed up with artists including the National and Sleater-Kinney, is releasing an album through Sub Pop. The Bob’s Burgers Music Album, which is set to be out on May 12th will feature 112 short songs from the regular cast members like Kristen Schaal, H. Jon Benjamin, and John Roberts. Featured guests include Sarah Silverman, Aziz Ansari, Bill Hader, Paul Rudd, Fred Armisen, and Zach Galifianakis. The release will also include the Bob’s Buskers series where St. Vincent, the National, Stephin Merritt, and more covered Bob’s Burgers songs. Check out the full tracklist here.
Watch the National and Låpsley’s cover of “Bad Stuff Happens in the Bathroom” below as well as cast’s performance of the track, the theme song and an unboxing video:
“The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” on Netflix is returning for a third season. To celebrate the announcement of its air date—May 19th—the show released a trailer where Titus Andromedon (Tituss Burgess) patrols the streets with a baseball bat, like Beyoncé’s Lemonade. It is soundtracked by a parody of “Hold Up,” sung by Titus himself. Watch it out below.
“Broad City” has shared a new short video where Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer get ready to survive Trump’s presidency. The video starts with Abbi calling Ilana while she is stuck in an elevator. They start to count down to Trump’s swearing-in. Once he gets sworn in, they start cursing, a lot. Watch the clip below.
The fourth season of “Broad City” is due to start this summer.
C. Martin Croker died over the weekend. He was an animator and voice actor known for his work as Zorak and Moltar on the cult classic Adult Swim cartoon series “Space Ghost Coast to Coast.” The network today made most of the series available to stream online for free. Watch the episodes here.
The series also features appearances from David Byrne, the Ramones, Dave Grohl, Thurston Moore, Laurie Anderson, Chuck D, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Ice-T, George Clinton, Jim Jarmusch, Shirley Manson, Tenacious D, Busta Rhymes, Willie Nelson, and many others. Space Ghost made an appearance on the Danger Doom album.