Listen to Arcade Fire’s entire new album here.
‘SNL’ premiered last night with booty shaking, meth references, and Drunk Uncle.
Mick Jagger hosts the season finale of Saturday Night Live and calls upon Foo Fighters, Arcade Fire, and Jeff Beck to help with musical duties. You don’t get more superstar power than this, folks.
Skateboarding and music have been pals for decades, introducing both riders and bands to rest of us and probably each other as well. Things have gotten a lot fancier since the VHS days for both industries, but skate videos will never die. Here are some recent combinations of good song and good shred.
Ed Sullivan breaking The Beatles was a game changer, but that era is long gone as bands skyrocket to popularity with the help of a well placed video or sound byte. Still, folks know the importance of a knockout performance on a late night stage with the likes of David Letterman or Jimmy Fallon. Here are some game changers from recent history.
Interactive dance clips; dangerous escalators; one-shot wonders; murderous muppets; product whores – our favorite 11 music videos from this year cover a lot of ground.
Arcade Fire continue to raise the bar. Here’s the traditional version of their new clip, but check out the interactive video at http://www.sprawl2.com.
There’s something about those familiar asphalt driveways and picket fences that put us in a certain mindset—video directors know this well and push the button often. And it still works, even now as we’ve been swept back to suburbia too many times to count. Instead of calling trite!, we’ve compiled a few all-time favorites for your viewing pleasure.
Austin City Limits celebrates its 10th anniversary with a huge lineup: Stevie Wonder, Arcade Fire, Kanye West, and Coldplay headline, with My Morning Jacket, TV On The Radio, Cut Copy, The Antlers, Twin Shadow, Death From Above 1979, Santigold, The Walkmen, Chromeo, Big Boi and many more.
Coachella kicks off tomorrow in Indio, CA. Whether you are making your way down to the desert for the festivities or not, here’s a nice sampling of this year’s artists, including: The Foals, Death From Above 1979, Tame Impala, Phantogram, and Arcade Fire.
Spike Jonze’s collaboration with Arcade Fire, Scenes From The Suburbs, is set to screen at SXSW this week. Watch the trailer (with Win Butler narrating) now .