Arcade Fire, Bonnie Raitt, Jeff Tweedy, Eric Church Among Artists Celebrating Mavis Staples at Chicago Concert
Staples was the subject of an elaborate tribute concert that included such guests as Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Bonnie Raitt, Jeff Tweedy, Gregg Allman, Eric Church and two members of Arcade Fire.
How does Lorde’s offerings stack up against T Bone Burnett’s Americana-infused Songs of District 12 and Beyond for the first film, or Alexandra Patsavas of the Twilight series’ Catching Fire?
Nice to see they are remaining active in non-traditional ways between projects.
Sadly, no one called Arcade Fire to have their shot on the show this year. Maybe next season?
Joseph worked with Kendrick Lamar on m.A.A.d., a short film surrounding the rapper’s most recent album that premiered in August at the Sundance NEXT Fest.
Over the weekend, Will and Win Butler, Nikolai Fraiture and Justin Vernon played their first and possibly only show together.
The musicians will compete against college basketball players, who will play on the Jock team.
The mural, located on North 10th and Driggs, is currently the only indication of any special Arcade Fire anniversary festivities.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Butler nailed Herring’s raspy register in the track.
Is Arcade Fire’s music actually a work of art? We’ll let you decide.
After wowing the world with his take on Lorde’s “Tennis Court,” Flume turns his attention to a dance jam from everyone’s favorite Canadian super-group.
Butler’s explanations didn’t sit well with Grace, initially. In a follow up tweet, Grace reversed her position.
According to Grace, their choice of lead actor was less than stellar.
Arcade Fire’s video for their latest Reflektor single, “We Exist,” is dedicated to those still looking to find their true self. Even if the world doesn’t want them to.
According to frontman Win Butler, “We Exist” is “a gay kid talking to his dad” about being treated equal. The video features a blonde-wigged Andrew Garfield.
“The parallels between where we are now and what was happening back in the late ’60s can’t be ignored,” the DJ/producer said.