After months of rumors and conjecture, it’s official: Coachella 2014 will be headlined by Arcade Fire, Muse and a reunited Outkast.
No this won’t be an award show for something like Jian Sword Dancing or Me and My Grandma Dancing To “Rack City”.
Is the new Arcade Fire album coming further into focus? Only barely.
No matter how you feel about the Talking Heads, you can’t deny the beauty of their sweet, sad love song “This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody),” off 1983′s Speaking In Tongues. You just can’t.
Usually it’s the young guys covering the old guys, but Tears For Fears went ahead and flipped the script.
Peter Gabriel is finally getting some of that quid pro quo.
The last time the music world heard from the Arcade Fire in a full-length fashion, it was in the form of 2010 release The Suburbs, which would go on to snag the coveted Album of the Year award at the 2011 GRAMMYs.
Coldplay, Jack White, Mumford & Sons, Muse, the Black Keys – of the countless rock albums to come down the sonic pike in 2012, the most recent releases from these key artists were among the precious few to rise to the top over the past 12 months, all earning GRAMMY nominations for 2013.
Mick Jagger On SNL: Skits, Three Performances, No Rolling Stones Clues This weekend, Mick Jagger helped to put a lid on Saturday Night Live‘s latest season, performing three times, joining in a couple of skits, […]
Keef won’t be showin’ up for Mick’s first SNL hosting gig this weekend–so he SAYS, anyway–but Foo Fighters, Arcade Fire, and Jeff Beck will DEFINITELY make up for his Glimmer Twin’s absence this weekend. One […]