Arcade Fire

Hors d’Oeuvres: Arcade Fire’s Innovative Vid

Never ones to rest on their laurels, the members of Arcade Fire continue to find innovative ways to market The Suburbs. Moving far away from traditional music videos, the group’s We Used to Wait acts ...

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Tour Dates: Arcade Fire Heads West

Fresh off their much buzzed about sold out, two-night stand at MSG in New York, Montreal-based act the Arcade Fire have announced the details for their West Coast heavy fall tour. The indie-rock band, whose ...

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Friday’s Leftovers: Tweedy & Staples

Lollapalooza is well underway at Grant Park in Chicago. If you’ve been following our man on the scene, Benji Feldheim’s, twitter feed then you already knew that Jeff Tweedy sat in with Mavis Staples and ...

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AfterNews: MMJ/Arcade Fire/Beach Boys

We’re closing in on My Morning Jacket’s five-night stand at NYC’s Terminal 5 in which the group will perform each of its studio albums in their entirety. Jarrod Dicker spoke with MMJ co-founder and bassist ...

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Intermezzo: Arcade Fire @ MSG Webcast

Arcade Fire’s upcoming tour in support of The Suburbs rolls into Madison Square Garden in New York City on August 5th. Yesterday, the band announced that the MSG show will be webcast live via YouTube. ...

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Briefly: Arcade Fire Tour Dates

With last week's announcement of the details behind Arcade Fire's new studio album, The Suburbs, we figured that tour dates couldn't be too far behind. Today, the group added ...

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Arcade Fire: Rockin’ The Suburbs

Over the last few weeks, The Arcade Fire have been having a bit of fun teasing the news that they will have a new album coming out this year. The band first posted a hand-written ...

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AfterNews: Glastonbury/Arcade Fire/HG-BP

Yesterday, we found out that U2′s appearance at UK’s Glastonbury Festival has been canceled due to Bono’s back problems. It didn’t take long for all sorts of rumors to fly about which artist would replace ...

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The B List: The Best Concert DVDs of 2009

[Originally Published: December 24, 2009] Making a list of the Best Concert DVDs of 2008 was a struggle, because there weren't many quality releases to choose from. This year, we have the opposite ...

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CW: This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)

This week we've got arguably the first love song that The Talking Heads ever recorded. This track was originally released on the 1983 album Speaking In Tongues. Click here to view the ...

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The B List: Searching For Deep Cover

One of the most popular series of B Lists, Digging Deep, has gone missing since I took the reigns of Hidden Track. It's been nearly two years since the last time we scoured YouTube ...

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Hors d’Oeuvres: Summer Camp 2009

Each year, moe. and Umphrey’s McGee headline the Summer Camp Festival in Chillicothe, IL and next year will be no exception. For the 2009 edition on May 22-24, moe. and Umphrey’s play each night of ...

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Intermezzo: Phil Plays 2 GD Albums

Phil Lesh and Friends started their sure-to-be-epic five show run at the Warfield with a bang last night when they played all of the Grateful Dead’s self-titled debut album in the first set. As if ...

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Tour Dates: Primary Rock

It’s not much of a secret that a healthy number of musicians are pulling for a certain Junior Senator from Illinois to get the Democratic Presidential nomination. As the continuing primary slug fest enters another ...

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The B List: 10 Best Modern Rock Bands of the ’00s (2000-2007)

While I'm more than 99% certain that by 2011 most if not all music/entertainment blogs and music/entertainment sites will all be talking about their "10 Best Bands of the Last Decade" I figured I would ...

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