Win Butler and Co. perform 20-song set in Louisville.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Find out which acts are the most obscure and which are the most mainstream.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll remember why you paid $12 to see these movies.
Truth: The film just wouldn’t work without it.
From Arcade Fire to Dre, OutKast to Radiohead — you’re gonna like what you experience.
That stage in Studio 6-B sure is something.
The band announces opening acts for first leg of Reflektor tour.
Comprised of bonus tracks from the Hero Brother LP.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon nabs Arcade Fire, Justin Timberlake, U2, and Lady Gaga for first week of shows
Fallon starts off his new gig with a little help from his friends.
Régine Chassagne and Co. will rock Jacmel on February 21st.
Tourmates and basketball foes join forces in Australia.
Stripped down versions of “Normal Person”, “Joan of Arc”, and “My Body is a Cage”.
Plus: Lykke Li, The Roots, Broken Bells, and Foster the People.
Plus, QOTSA, The National, Kendrick Lamar, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Disclosure.
No malicious spirits here.
A mix of Reflektor and The Suburbs with a few classics mixed in.
Here’s what we want to hear on the band’s upcoming world tour.
Nominated for Best Original Score and Best Original Song, respectively.
The band simultaneously worked on the score and Reflektor.
The highlights, the surprises, the omissions, and the least interesting.
Plus, The Replacements, Queens of the Stone Age, Beck, Lorde, and The Knife.
A new column dedicated to the rumors.
Peter Gabriel shakes up the idea of musical ownership.
A playful, yet deep discussion on Reflektor, songwriting, and Neil Young.
Your picks for Album, Song, Band, Festival of the Year, et al.
Featuring Lou Reed, Arcade Fire, Regina Spektor, and more.
CHVRCHES’s The Bones of What You Believe In also up for free download.
Their biggest show yet in support of Reflektor.