Long before The Suburbs debuted at #1 on both sides of the Atlantic and U2 accusations were bandied about, Canadians the Arcade Fire brought orchestral pop to the masses, unkempt, accessible and lo-fi, finally ridding it of Prog’s pompous, holier-than-thou trappings. Even still, wind the clock back 2 years and no one is expecting Two […]
Since it’s pretty much Arcade Fire week in my world, let’s keep it going. Here’s a “behind the scenes” video with director Terry Gilliam goofing with the band before yesterday’s show.
Hey! This thing: Looks like this thing: I just spoke with the ARRL and will update shortly with their full response, which is basically, to the best of the spokesperson’s knowledge “there was no request that was made in any way.”
Intern Bryce at Seattle’s 107.7 The End posted :30 second snippets of each song from the new Arcade Fire album. As these things go, the band and the label had them remove the post from the site, so, Bryce updated, “Out of respect for the band and their labels wishes we have removed these streams […]