Guitars are still awesome. Here’s why.
Guitars are still awesome. Here’s why.
A father and his two sons try to move on with their lives without their wife and mother in the new video for “Afterlife.”
Canada’s best arena band is doing its best to rebrand itself, but Arcade Fire’s idea of creative risk is just embracing everything you already think is cool.
Reflektor features excerpts from his chat show. No really.
The Arcade Fire found the coolest possible way to deal with their album leak. This epic lyric video contains every track from Reflektor set to footage from the 1959 Brazilian film Black Orpheus.
Here’s your newest obsession, whether you’re into Justin Timberlake, Arcade Fire, Adele, Drake, or Avicii.
Now if only there was a way to display these in your bedroom…
It’s amazing anything this strange was aired on network television. But, in fairness, it was on at 1 a.m. in the morning.
It ain’t always easy.
Catch up on the month’s best music with new songs by Drake, Lorde, Haim, Janelle Monaé, Arcade Fire, and a lot more.
This song was written ironically. Combining elements from bands like Arcade Fire, the Lumineers, and Vampire Weekend, we wrote and recorded this song in two days, and then we made a video that looks like an Urban Outfitters commercial.
There is a good chance you might not even realize some of these artists are Canadian. But they are, and Canada should be very, very proud.
This might be harder than you think.
Imitation is flattery, or something like that. Or influence? That’s the nice word for it.
They’re like a miniature hypnotic music videos. Click play and zone out forever.
Fleetwood Mac on tour! Arcade Fire + James Murphy! Beyoncé at the Super Bowl! It’s going to be a very good year.
Just sit back and pretend you’re hanging out at a very angst-ridden hotel lounge.
They’re teaming up for a charity concert in Montreal. Can “My Heart Will Go On” be improved by the addition of hurdy gurdy and glockenspiel?
Mitt told Parade that The Killers, who happen to be Mormon like himself, are “one group I enjoy.” But they’re not the only LDS rockers!
Sometimes you just gotta dance, apocalypse be damned. We now live in a world where everyone has a zombie plan, so a more blasé approach to survival seems legit.
Here are the absolute basics for future college students. Music 101. This is not a necessarily “cool” list. Making a “cool” music list is impossible as this list would have to be updated and changed everyday. This is simply a list of some of the most noteworthy albums of the last decade that many modern college kids are into nowadays. Use this as a jumping off point and eventually find your own tastes.
Goosebumps. One of the best parts of the new John Carter trailer was this haunting and beautiful cover by Peter Gabriel. If you want the best quality sound and don’t mind a lack of visuals, check this version out.
Check out Spike Jonze’s short film “Scenes from the Suburbs”, based on Arcade Fire’s album The Suburbs. Spoiler alert: Win and Will Butler from the band play cops. (Nice work by Nerve finding this on YouTube). (via youtube.com) View Media ›
This guy just can’t get enough of one of the many glowing balls that were released during The Arcade Fire’s set at this year’s Coachella Festival thanks to The Creators Project. I think it’s love, at least for the moment. Watch Video ›
During LCD Soundsystem’s final show last night at Madison Square Garden, Arcade Fire came out to play ‘North American Scum’ with the band. My mind is blown. Watch Video ›
Arcade Fire played a surprise show on the streets outside a hotel in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti earlier this week. The 45-minute set included covers of Creedence, The Stones, Blondie and this flawless rendition of Cyndi Lauper’s ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.’ Enjoy. (Via Pitchfork) View Media ›
You gotta hand it to them Internets: They know how to strike when the iron is hot.
Most people watching the Grammys had no idea who they were.