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As previously reported, Arcade Fire released a music video earlier this month for their Reflektor track "We Exist," featuring Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man 2) dressed in drag.
The Arcade Fire's own Richard Reed Parry is releasing a solo album on June 9. The album will feature the likes of Kronos Quartet, the National’s Bryce and Aaron Dessner, Nico Muhly and yMusic.
We exist in several different forms, and that idea plus gender is something Arcade Fire explores in its new Reflektor music video for "We Exist."
Back in December, Lorde ranked her top songs of 2013. Now she's shared another list in the latest issue of Rolling Stone, ranking her top 10 favorite Arcade Fire songs (via @ArcadeFireTube).
Andrew Garfield just wrapped up his hosting gig on Saturday Night Live and premiered his highly anticipated sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man. But apparently he's also been collaborating with Arcade Fire on their "We Exist" music video.
Arcade Fire's Reflektor cut "Get Right" has surfaced online (via Consequence of Sound). Last year, the band played a series of "secret" shows under their "The Reflektors" moniker and debuted "Get Right" live at Montreal's Salsathèque on September 9.
Last week, deadmau5 took to Twitter to respond to a comment Win Butler made about EDM during his Coachella set. Butler gave a shout-out to "all the bands still playing actual instruments," and essentially slammed electronically produced music.
Over the weekend, Arcade Fire's Win Butler took the time during his Coachella set to "shout-out to all the bands still playing actual instruments at this festival,' therefore taking a jab at all the electronic artists who were also playing the ...
When the radio juggernaut that is iHeartRadio does an awards show, it does it big. After enlisting musical juggernauts like Justin Timberlake, Rihanna and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis as nominees for its inaugural show, today (April 21), iHeartRadio ...
But, the more interesting stories lie in those who showed up at Coachella with no forewarning, shocking audiences in mostly good way (except for one...). Here at MusicTimes, we're all about the element of surprise, so check out the five biggest ...
When Blur’s Damon Albarn revealed that he and Oasis’s Noel Gallagher had been talking about possibly recording together, we here at Music Times didn’t quite believe it was true. The two are notorious rivals, so working with one another seems ...
Arcade Fire's Reflektor Tour has been compromised. At the "Afterlife" band's Tuesday night concert in Bridgeport, Conn., one of the group's paper maché bobbleheads went missing.
Last night (March 6), Arcade Fire started its massive US Reflektor Tour at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Ky. After months of anticipation from the band's enthusiastic fanbase, the official setlist for the Reflektor Tour has been revealed.
A proper Canadian, Pallett did not receive the information well, feeling a bit unnerved by the news and terrified of becoming, quote, "the most overrated Canadian in the eyes of Canadians."
No, classical music isn't dead. In fact, classical music has become the latest vanity endeavor for most contemporary musicians.