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Arcade Fire Reflektor

Despite debuting at number one upon release last fall (and subsequently winning the best album Juno), a year later "Reflektor" feels like a cultural disappointment, having failed to expand their commercial or critical reach. It's not a bad album, but for a band with two bona fide classics under its belt, it wasn't good enough. But if the record didn't sound like it was coming from the biggest band in the world, the live show sure as hell does.
Arcade Fire quietly dropped their third music video off their Reflektor album on Thursday and it looks like the Montreal
Arcade Fire's stunning "Afterlife" video, which we declared last fall was "better than most 2013 movies," was named the the
Since the release of Arcade Fire's 2004 debut album "Funeral," which prominently featured the song "Haiti," it became evident
Arcade Fire have two videos nominated from their "Reflektor" album as part of the Prism Prize Top 10 list which also includes
TORONTO -- Montreal's Arcade Fire, whose Haitian-inspired fourth album "Reflektor'' was one of the most critically acclaimed
Noel Gallagher had some pause for reflection this week but it didn't benefit Arcade Fire at all. In an interview with Rolling
In 2013, more than ever before, Canadian music didn't just follow what was going on in the rest of the world — a world where
When Arcade Fire staged some surprise gigs as the Reflektors in Montreal and New York earlier this year, the band asked fans
Arcade Fire's upcoming album Reflektor was slated for an Oct. 28 release. Unfortunately, someone leaked it. In response the