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Brittany Howard, Jim James Sing BSB for Chipotle
, but with burritos.
So, Did the Roots Justify the Gratuitous-Seeming Indie-Rock Guest Spots on Their New Album?
See the Roots’ New Video, ‘Dear God 2.0,’ Featuring Jim James and Monsters of Folk
Black Thought drives a cab through the city.
The Roots Use Jim James Wisely
If not particularly daringly.
Listen to a New Roots Track, ‘Dear God 2.0 (How I Got Over),’ Featuring Monsters of Folk
It’s a good sound for a Monday morning.
Monsters of Folk: When Conor Oberst, M. Ward, and Jim James Talk to God
We have to go ahead and call this song heavenly.
Ryan Reynolds Just
in Job Offers
Plus: Jim James, a.k.a. Yim Yames.
B.B. King, Bono, and the Edge Bring Love to Town
Plus: Built to Spill covers M.I.A., and a celebration of the “dark age” — don’t act like you don’t know what we’re talking about.
My Morning Jacket’s Jim James Explains His Kermit-Like Singing Voice
Plus: Ron Perlman to make ‘Hellboy 3’ from inside iron lung.
New Kings of Leon Song Reaches a Fiery Climax
Plus: The Streets! Regina Spektor! Muse! Ben Folds! Guess which pairs duet.
‘Cavemen’ Star Nick Kroll Is in Just As Much Denial As We Are
Plus: Big Boi wins the Super Bowl of music, and Anne Hathaway is unsure of her ineffability.