The band performed "Thrills" and "Yr City's a Sucker" from their 2005 self-titled, debut studio album for their John Mulaney-hosted episode of SNL this weekend. While most Saturday Night Live musical guests use their screen time to promote their latest work, LCD Soundsystem took a different approach during their episode this weekend.
LCD Soundsystem were the musical guests on this weekend’s Saturday Night Live, their second time on the show following their debut appearance in 2017. They performed opposite host John Mulaney. The band did two tracks, “Thrills” and “Yr City’s A Sucker,” both off their 2005 debut LP. And they appeared as Guardian Angels in the “Subway Churro” sketch, which was Mulaney’s latest parody of musicals. Check all that out below.
“SNL” is back after a few weeks off with host John Mulaney and musical guest LCD Soundsystem. Mulaney last hosted back in November 2020 and is joining the coveted “Five-Timers Club”. Feb. 26, 2022.
LCD — which consists of Murphy, Pat Mahoney, Tyler Pope, Nancy Whang, Al Doyle and Korey Richey — also made a cameo as guardian angels during the “Subway Churro” musical sketch, featuring host John Mulaney. The comedian returned as host for the fifth time, making him...
Saturday Night Live returned tonight with host John Mulaney and musical guest LCD Soundsystem. For those who thought LCD might announce a fifth album, or at least play a new song, well, nope, they played some serious deep cuts instead: "Thrills" and "Yr City's a Sucker." This was John Mulaney's...
LCD Soundsystem were the musical guests on last night’s (February 26) episode of Saturday Night Live – watch them play ‘Thrills’ and ‘Yr City’s A Sucker’ below. The band last played the show in 2017, when they were promoting their last album, ‘American Dream’, and were joined by John Mulaney as host on the latest episode of the show.
LCD Soundsystem were the musical guests on this week’s episode of Saturday Night Live, performing “Thrills” and “Yr City’s a Sucker” from their 2005 self-titled LP. The band also joined a musical number about the New York subway, cosplaying the Guardian Angels, with James Murphy as Curtis Sliwa, most recently the Republican candidate in the New York City mayor’s race. The Ukrainian Chorus Dumka of New York opened the show with “Prayer for Ukraine,” and former SNL writer John Mulaney hosted, joking about his December 2020 intervention and subsequent stint in rehab. Check it out below.
Following LCD Soundsystem’s second stint as musical guest on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” the electro-dance outfit will head to the road to do what they do best. James Murphy and his energetic band have been known to stage residencies at Brooklyn’s spacious Brooklyn Steel but in 2022, they’re heading to Philadelphia and Boston for extended stays.
The band will take to the new venue's stage in early April. It may be 20 years since LCD Soundsystem first formed in New York City, but according to recent reviews, the band is still great live. And those who love the band have four opportunities to see them –...
LCD Soundsystem has been announced as the musical guest on the February 26 episode of Saturday Night Live. John Mulaney, a former head writer on the show, is set to host. LCD Soundsystem shared their holiday special on Amazon Prime Video last month, starring Macaulay Culkin, Aparna Nancherla, and Eric Wareheim. Their 20-date residency at Brooklyn Steel in December was cut short as a COVID-19 surged over the holidays.
Saturday Night Live returned from its hiatus with a tribute to Ukraine following Russia's military assault on the country earlier this week. Instead of a cold open sketch, cast members Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong introduced the Ukrainian Chorus Dumka of New York, who sang "Prayer for Ukraine" in front of the live audience in Studio 8H.
LCD Soundsystem, Charli XCX and Rosalía will be performing on NBC’s Saturday Night Live for its next three shows. Next Saturday, on Feb. 26, Emmy-winning comedian John Mulaney will return to host the late-night sketch comedy series for his fifth time, with LCD Soundsystem as the musical guest.
Detroit’s Movement announces initial 2022 lineup with Jeff Mills, LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy, the Blessed Madonna, and more
One of the world's longest-running electronic music festivals is plotting a 2022 return to Detroit, with Movement organizers announcing a partial lineup on Wednesday. Headliners announced include techno pioneer Jeff Mills (perhaps better known as "The Wizard" from WDRQ and WJLB to Detroiters of a certain age), Richie Hawtin, and Swedish producer Adam Beyer.
While the Omicron variant shut down LCD Soundsystem’s Brooklyn residency, the band’s Christmas special LCD Soundsystem Holiday Special will still debut tonight, Dec. 22 at 9 p.m. ET on Prime Video and on Amazon Music’s Twitch channel. The special pairs an Eric Wareheim-directed sitcom called All My Friends with a career-spanning set from the band; ahead of the premiere, check out LCD Soundsystem’s thunderous rendition of “Tonite” from the concert portion of the program. Wareheim’s Nineties-inspired sitcom features the Tim & Eric star playing the role of LCD frontman James Murphy, with other guests including Macaulay Culkin (as drummer Pat Mahoney), Jon...
UPDATE 12/19: Less than 48 hours after LCD Soundsystem told fans that they would complete their Brooklyn residency despite a spike in Covid-19 cases, the Brooklyn Steel venue — where the band was booked to play Dec. 19-21 to close out their 20-show run — announced Sunday that those shows are now canceled. The band commented on the cancellation soon after, citing people refunding their tickets as well as “new info, the hospital capacity, and those of us in the band, crew and venue”: pic.twitter.com/eRphZUiqw3 — lcdsoundsystem (@lcdsoundsystem) December 19, 2021 – On a day where New York State announced its highest single day...
48 Hours (CBS at 10) Katrina Cooke Brownlee is a Black woman who reached one of the highest ranks of the New York Police Department detective force despite being shot 10 times by her police-officer husband. Saturday Night Live (NBC at 11:30) John Mulaney hosts, LCD Soundsystem performs. Specials. The...
LCD Soundsystem have announced a 20-date residency at Brooklyn Steel that will begin next month and run through December 21. The shows are the band’s first in three years. They’ll take place on November 23, 24, 29, and 30, and on December 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, and 21.
NAACP Awards (8 p.m., BET/Comedy Central/Paramount/VH1/MTV/TV Land) - The virtual ceremonies will recognize winners in more than 80 non-televised award categories in the fields of television and streaming, music, literature, film and podcasts. North Carolina native Ariana DeBose is nominated for her work in the movie “West Side Story.”