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Last Week’s Best Late-Night Music

written by: on January 23, 2012

Indie rock/pop and rap were the standouts for late night music this week, kicking off with a lively performance by GROUPLOVE on Tuesday.

GROUPLOVE Gets “Tongue Tied” on Kimmel 

Performing the second track off its studio album debut Never Trust a Happy Song, GROUPLOVE rocked Jimmy Kimmel Live, bringing its upbeat indie rock sound to the studio.


Cults Perform “Abducted” on Jimmy Fallon

Indie-pop duo Cults came by Fallon’s studio to make its US television debut. The two played a song off their eponymous first album, which released last Summer.

Wale and Miguel Play Fallon 

Rapper Wale – with some help from Miguel – sang a track off his second album on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last Wednesday. The record, Ambition, dropped last November and made its way to the No. 2 spot on the Billboard Top 200.