The preview harks back to a tender-beyond-belief moment in the original.
The band itself even got in a few jabs.
For straight lyrical, theatrical spit, listen to Das Racist's "Rainbow In The Dark" two or three times in a row. Every time
V is for Vampire Weekend 1. Walcott 2. Giving up the Gun 3. Step 4. M79 5. Diplomat's Son 6. Unbelievers 7. Horchata X is
The sports network cut off the frontman's slap at the U.S.
This is far from superbad.
What do Adele, Foster The People, Hozier, Norah Jones, Arcade Fire, Lorde, Beck, Coldplay, The Black Keys and Sia all have in common?
Of the many tributes to Billie Holiday's 100th birthday today (April 7), the most compelling I've heard is Cassandra Wilson's Sony Legacy album Coming Forth By Day, a strange, atmospheric brew produced by Nick Launay (whose credits include music by Nick Cave and Arcade Fire) with shimmering string arrangements by the incomparable Van Dyke Parks.
Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, Strokes Form Supergroup, Perform 'Seven Nation Army' And 'In The Air Tonight'
Win and Will Butler of Arcade Fire had something special planned for the halftime performance at their Pop Vs. Jock annual
Arcade Fire's beloved 2004 album "Funeral" turns 10 years old this week. According to Wondering Sound senior editor Jayson
Spend an hour listening to any country music station these days and you may quickly notice that most songs make at least some reference to booze. Currently more than 10 percent of the top country songs contain drinking references in the title alone.
Arcade Fire's "Reflektor" tour continued in George, WA, and the band kept with its newly adopted tradition of covering a
With equal bits Dali and Dada, the short film by Marcel Dzama, titled "Une Danse Des Bouffons (The Jester's Dance)," premiered
It would be nice, for once, if actual transgender people were given a platform to actually say that we exist, on our own terms. It would be refreshing if there was an acknowledgment that fixing the problems we face is going to take more than pride and proclaiming that we exist.
Andrew Garfield's performance in "The Social Network" sparked Oscar buzz in 2010, but even a celebrated turn in a Best Picture