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Arcade Fire may have confounded fans with its latest album, "Everything Now," a wide-reaching and often uncharacteristic attempt at commenting on the public's current state... [Read More]
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The title track from their 2017 record... [Read More]
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Arcade Fire's 'Creature Comfort' has been censored for Canadian radio due to its lyrical references to suicide and self-harm. As Canada's Global News reports, the... [Read More]
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This has been an exciting week on Ellen for indie music fans. Beck performed "Up All Night" on the show yesterday, and Haim is scheduled as tomorrow's... [Read More]
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At this point, it's not exactly shocking to see underground-rock types making media appearances. Still, there's something truly striking about watching one of... [Read More]
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Several references to suicide and self-harm on "Creature Comfort," one of the singles from Arcade Fire's recent album Everything Now, have been censored by the... [Read More]
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Don't panic. Arcade Fire really did reschedule its Infinite Content tour stop, which was supposed to hit Oakland's Oracle Arena on Tuesday, Oct. 17, to... [Read More]
There's an app for just about everything now. From social media to games, it's changed the way we communicate. And that couldn't be truer for... [Read More]
HC verdict likely today on Aarushi case appeal ... [Read More]
'Everything Now' finds the band adding new sounds to its mix on a tour that comes to the Forum on Friday, Oct. 20... [Read More]
'Everything Now' finds the band adding new sounds to its mix on a tour that comes to the Forum on Friday, Oct. 20... [Read More]
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