Tag: Arcade Fire
Want To Cry? Arcade Fire’s New “Dumbo” Track Can Make You Do That
The band is reprising “Baby Mine,” the saddest tune from the O.G. Disney flick, for Tim Burton’s remake.
#MakeChangeSeries Continues During Sundance With Arcade Fire’s Win Butler & Régine Chassagne for The KANPE Foundation
“If you go to a village and hear music it’s a sign of life. It’s a sign that something is happening besides pure survival.”
Salesforce’s #MakeChangeSeries Kicks Off With Photographer/Director Danny Clinch During Sundance 2019
Salesforce’s Make Change is a new series that celebrates music as a platform for change, taking place the first weekend of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City.
Krewe du Kanaval Is Back For a Second Celebration
This fundraising event combines Haitian culture with New Orleans party spirit.
The Fireworks of Life Is Beautiful
Arcade Fire, Florence + the Machine, Tyler, The Creator, and others (further) illuminated Sin City on the weekend of Vegas’ biggest music and arts festival.
All That Jazz: Arcade Fire and Preservation Hall Jazz Band Parade into the Beyond
During the comedown of another riotous and righteous Jazz Fest, Win Butler and Regine Chassagne joined their friend and colleague Ben Jaffe in the Louisiana sun to consider how they got there, and where they’re all headed next.
PLAYLIST: The SiriusXMU “Download 15” Festival Season Playlist
Prep for your next festival destination with an XMU-curated playlist featuring St. Vincent, Arcade Fire, Jack White, and more.
Dive in to the 2018 FLOOD Festival Guide, Presented by SiriusXM and Toyota
Featuring cover stories on St. Vincent, in conversation with Phillipa Price, and Arcade Fire, in conversation with Ben Jaffe of Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
Arcade Fire Channels Their Inner Absurdist in “Chemistry” Video
We talk with Win Butler about the new Ray Tintori–directed video, and go behind the scenes of the track’s recording in an exclusive in-studio live clip.
The Show Outside of the Show
What happens to America’s third-largest city when over 100,000 people take over its downtown?
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Lollapalooza (8/3–6/2017)
Party at the lake house.
Arcade Fire, “Everything Now”
On paper, “Everything Now” is the dourest of any Arcade Fire album, a significant achievement for a group whose debut album is called “Funeral.”
Cooking Gumbo, Whipping the Voodoo: Anderson .Paak, Arcade Fire, and More Haunt New Orleans
As it enters adulthood in its eighteenth edition, the City Park fixture is more complicated, charismatic, and costumed than ever.
Celebrate the First Day of Lolla 2016 with 19 Videos from 19 Lollapaloozas
One from every year of the festival’s history.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Panorama (7/22–24/2016)
Coachella goes east.
“I Can Walk!”: What to Watch/Listen/Read/Do for Earth Day
Yeah, yeah, every day is Earth Day. But do you make time to watch “Dr. Strangelove” every day? Didn’t think so.
Sarah Neufeld, “The Ridge”
The peaks of “The Ridge” are melodic, beautiful, and worthy of a good sonic hike.
WATCH: Arcade Fire Shares Touching Mini-Documentary About Bowie Second Line
“I hope he can hear it a little bit.”