Their Reflektor tour is like a big carnival full of crazy costumes, dancing, confetti, and, uh, giant bobbleheads.
Why we can’t stop watching Ryan Heffington’s music videos.
Warning: Don’t play these at your wedding.
The actor gives a fantastic performance in a chilling video for “We Exist.”
Frontman Win Butler reportedly referred to the duo as Phat Dunk.
Let’s face the facts: Ace of Base is best when someone else does it.
You gotta take this quiz, it’ll change your life, I swear.
These versions are as raw as the emotions they evoke.
Our prayers have been answered. Arcade Fire and Muse will headline the other two days of the festival’s two weekends; other confirmed performers on the lineup include Lorde, the Replacements, Beck, Pharrell, Chance the Rapper, and more.
Plus 14 celebrity weddings to look forward to in 2014, the 6 worst behaved frats, and 17 can’t-miss tours in 2014.
The songs really aren’t thaaat old, but you are. And yes, Kanye West really has been around for a solid decade.
From Yeezus to “Yoncé,” this is what made this year a very odd and exciting time for pop music.
Here are some of the year’s most memorable videos that were not “Blurred Lines” or parodies of “Blurred Lines.”
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.
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.