Tag: Karen O
LIVE: Things Get Slightly, Suitably Strange at the Theater at the Ace Hotel for The Music of David Lynch (4/1/15)
Collaborators, fans, and the beloved cult director himself took to the United Artists Theatre stage to raise awareness and funds on the tenth anniversary of the David Lynch Foundation.
Karen O Casts Doubt On The Future of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Says Band Is On Hiatus
In the wake of her debut solo album Love Songs, Karen O recently spoke with NME about the future of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and—sorry to…
Karen O, “Crush Songs”
Through Crush Songs, her first proper venture into the solo world, Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O simultaneously proves that there is more to her than meets the (brightly made-up) eye, and that this delicate LP does not threaten the high voltage existence of her New York garage-punk trio.
LIVE: Acrobats and Artists Light Up the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles for the Art of Elysium: Genesis (9/5/14)
The Art of Elysium’s sixth-annual Genesis fundraiser was a collaboration of epic proportions between some of the art world’s biggest names and promising musicians, all for the cause of healing the world through art.
LISTEN: Spend Time with Karen O’s “Crush Songs” a Few Days Early
We’ve been waiting for Karen O to release Crush Songs for quite some time now. It’s her first solo album, featuring a collection of stripped down, intimate songs….
Karen O Releasing Intimate Set Of Tracks For Debut Solo Album: “Crush Songs”
Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ frontwoman, Karen O, has collected some personal songs from 2006 and 2007, for what she calls her “ever continuing love crusade.” Now,…