D’ Angelo, Foo Fighters, The Roots, The Suffers, SCI, Katy Perry & Lenny Kravitz (VIDEOS)

The Good Shit is a new Glide column which revisits and weeds out the televised and tubed trash of the prior week and highlights the good shit you might have already saw or could have missed.

R&B/soul singer D’Angelo‘s return to the forefront continued with two performances on Saturday Night Live.

 

The String Cheese Incident premiered a HD multi-cam footage of “Land’s End – Glory Chords” from their recent New Years Eve show in Colorado.

 

 

Houston’s contribution to the modern retro soul movement are The Suffers.  In the video for title track from their recently released new album, singer Kam Franklin is an unlucky-in-love party host.

 

 

Foo Fighters visited Rio for a performance at Estádio do Maracanã last Sunday night. Along with the band’s second-ever rendition of “Tom Sawyer” by Rush, the band also took on covers of Faces’ “Stay With Me,” KISS’s “Detroit Rock City” and the Queen/David Bowie classic “Under Pressure.”

 

 

José González premiered the video for his new single, “Leaf Off/The Cave” on Pitchfork. The clip was directed by Mikel Cee Karlsson (Junip) shot in Gothenburg, Sweden. It was inspired by the “Godless Church” of the Sunday Assembly movement, where people come to gather to sing, talk and build community based on “wonder and good.”

 

 

With Late Night with Jimmy Fallon being filmed at the vintage Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix for a post Super Bowl airing; The Roots were in town and played a free show at the packed Super Bowl Central party plaza in down town Phoenix.

 

 

Love or hate her music, Katy Perry is easy on the eyes – so what the heck lets include her Super Bowl Halftime show. Maybe this performance that had a Lenny Kravitz guest appearance will rev up a comeback for the rocker.

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