Tag: Sylvan Esso
Bartees Strange, Eric Slick, and OHMME Reinvent TV on the Radio’s “Province”
Its B-side features Anjimile’s transcendent cover of Beverly Glenn-Copeland’s “Ever New.”
Sylvan Esso Share Video for Teddy Geiger’s Reinvention of “Numb”
The duo also announce their “Shaking Out the Numb” Tour.
Terrace Martin and Robert Glasper Rework Sylvan Esso’s “Ferris Wheel”
The Dinner Party collaborators make the “Free Love” track even catchier.
Sylvan Esso Detail New Album “Free Love” with “Ferris Wheel” Visual
It’s the second single from the new album, which is due this fall.
LISTEN: Local Natives Share “Dark Days” Collaboration with Sylvan Esso
The two groups first performed the version on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” prior to the pandemic.
Homegrown’s Alright with Texas at Austin City Limits 2018
Amidst heavyweight legends like Paul McCartney and Metallica at this year’s ACL, plenty of fresh-faced acts showcased their love for Texas, and a charity group helped to celebrate music as the best medicine.
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.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Lollapalooza (8/3–6/2017)
Party at the lake house.
Boom-Shaka-Laka: FLOODfest Chicago Gets Physical
Sylvan Esso, Grace Mitchell, Gus alt-J, and Flint Eastwood helped a massive crowd ball to the break of dawn.
RSVP: FLOODfest Chicago 2017 with Sylvan Esso, Grace Mitchell, alt-J, and Flint Eastwood
Plus, enter to win a trip to Chicago to take in the whole weekend.
Sylvan Esso, “What Now”
The duo’s sophomore album is called “What Now” for reasons both glaringly obvious and less so.
WATCH: Silent Rappers Spit Silent Bars in Mysterious New Made of Oak Video
“Penumbra” EP is out next week.
LIVE-STREAM: Austin City Limits Music Festival This Weekend
All of the music, none of the heat.
Red Bull Sound Select Set to Take Over the City of Angels Once Again for 30 Days in LA 2015
Grimes, Toro Y Moi, No Age, Chromeo, and TV on the Radio are just a few of the big names playing all across Los Angeles every day in November.