Temporex, Wassup Rocker, Aolani at Paper Tiger in photos

Watch Mitski perform, Beastie Boys guest on “Kimmel”

Mitski and Beastie Boys appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” last night. Ad-Rock and Mike D from Beastie Boys discussed with Kimmel about their new memoir, Beastie Boys Book, their career, the late Adam Yauch, their relationship with Kool Moe Dee, and more. Mitski, the night’s musical guest, performed Be the Cowboy tracks “Two Slow Dancers” and “Nobody.” Watch it all below.

Flight of the Conchords share new song “Father and Son”

Flight of the Conchords have released a new song called “Father and Son” from their recent HBO special Live in London. The duo played the track on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” in September as well. Listen to “Father and Son” below.

M.I.A.’s documentary released on demand

M.I.A.’s documentary MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.was released in September to theaters. The film is now available to purchase online via iTunes and other digital retailers as of Today. The documentary is directed by Stephen Loveridge and was scored by Paul Hicks and Dhani Harrison. It shows a look into M.I.A.’s life as an artist with personal footage spanning over the course of her childhood to present day. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year where it was the winner of the World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award.

Watch the trailer below.

The Melodic Tree’s Weekly Playlist

1. Real Thing – Lower Dens

2. I Exist I Exist I Exist – Flatsound

3. Oblivion – David Bazaan

4. Good Looks – Girlyboi

5. 4141 – Slow Hollows

6. All Fires – Swan Lake

7. Small Foreign Faction – Hayley Blais

8. Difficult Situations – The Ballet

9. Somewhere Somehow – Oddnesse

10. I Ni Sogoma – Dinosaur Feathers

11. No I Never – Blah Blah Blah

12. Little Queenie – Sadgirl

13. Demon’s Cave – Roy Irwin

14. Sorry – Hala

15. Forever – The Red Pears

16. We’re Not Just Friends – Parks, Squares and Alleys

17. Swing Lynn – Harmless

18. Maybe – Jurassic Shark

19. Sodus – Cemeteries

20. Rivers Bend – The Doorbells

New Kamasi Washington short film to Debut at Sundance 2019

Kamasi Washington is set to debut a new short film at Sundance 2019.The short, titled, As Told To G/D Thyself, is directed by a collective called the Ummah Chroma, which features Washington, Bradford Young, Terence Nance,, Jenn Nkiru, and Marc Thomas. It’s inspired by the music of Washington’s latest album, Heaven and Earth. Check out the film poster below.

Watch boygenius cover the Killers’ “Read My Mind”

The new indie rock supergroup, boygenius, recently covered the Killers’ 2006 song “Read My Mind” during their stop during the tour in Los Angeles. Watch them cover the song below via SPIN.