Watch Tyler, the Creator and Kali Uchis perform on “Fallon”

Kali Uchis performed last night on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” She played “After the Storm” in front of an island backdrop with Tyler, the Creator and the Roots. Watch it below.

BROCKHAMPTON announce tour

The hip-hop boyband BROCKHAMPTON have announced new tour dates for the summer. Their Stereo Spirit tour will start on May 25th in New York City. They will be going to cities like Los Angeles, Boston, Albuquerque, Chicago, Montreal, London, Paris, and Berlin. See the full Stereo Spirit tour itinerary on their website.

Brooklyn DIY space, Silent Barn, to close

Brooklyn DIY space Silent Barn has announced that it is shutting down. The cooperatively owned Brooklyn venue will close at the end of April. “After a prolonged assessment of the financial realities of this project, the leaseholders have decided that the most responsible option left is to end operations at 603 Bushwick as of April 30,” the Silent Barn Collective said in a statement. “We plan to maintain our scheduled calendar of events through then.”

Bon Iver announce 2018 tour

Bon Iver have announced a number of tour dates for 2018. The leg of shows will start this spring at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland, Oregon on May 24th and will continue through Chicago, Indianapolis, Santa Barbara, Vancouver, and more. Check out the itinerary below.

Bon Iver:

05-24 Portland, OR – Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
05-25 George, WA – Sasquatch Music Festival
05-26 Vancouver, British Columbia – Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park
05-28 Edmonton, Alberta – Jubilee Auditorium
05-29 Calgary, Alberta – Stampede Corral
05-31 Missoula, MT – Kettlehouse Amphitheater
06-03 Chicago, IL – Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park
06-05 Indianapolis, IN – The Lawn at White River State Park
06-09 Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo Music Festival
08-08 Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Bowl

The Melodic Tree’s Weekly Playlist

1. Not Quite You – Andy Shauf

2. Why?!teria – Kalbells

3. Purity of Heart – Krill

4. Siin – Habibi

5. I Know You – Faye Webster

6. Saltwater – Geowulf

7. Dreamphone – Peach Kelli Pop

8. Friendly Ghost – Harlem

9. Lauren – Men I Trust

10. Suddenly – Drug Dealer, Weyes Blood

11. Lying Has to Stop – Soft Hair

12. Feedback Delicates – Vinyl Williams

13. I’m Just Snacking – Gus Dapperation

14. Long Gone – Phum Viphurit

15. Loving is Easy – Rex Orange County

16. Everytime – boy pablo

17. Cool – Zack Villere

18. Social Sites – Cosmo Pyke

19. Dark Red – Steve Lacy

20. Falling for U – Peachy!

Watch David Byrne perform “Everybody’s Coming to My House” on “Colbert”

David Byrne was the musical guest on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” last night. He performed “Everybody’s Coming to My House” from his album, American Utopia. The performance showed coreohraphy from Colbert and a barefoot ensemble. Byrne also appeared in a sketch as the owner of his own “giant suit emporium.” Watch it below.

Kurt Vile is Carrie Brownstein’s roadie in “Portlandia” sketch

Kurt Vile appears in a new “Portlandia” clip where he portrays Carrie Brownstein’s new roadie in an elaborate birthday present from Fred Armisen. Armisen reveals their new home decor, including vintage equipment, rock’n’roll memorabilia, and a venue bathroom. Watch it below.