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25 Masterworks: Arcade Fire - Funeral

My Spin on Masterworks: 10 of 25

Arcade Fire

Funeral

Merge, 2004

We’re not supposed to announce it plainly because it sounds corny, embarrassing, and so blatantly obvious that we shouldn’t even dignify it with attention, but there is nothing more precious in this life than the people we love. 1,309 more words

The Music World

Arcade Fire's Will Butler Is Releasing a Solo Album

Will Butler is putting out a solo album.

The longtime member of Montreal band, Arcade Fire, is preparing to go it alone on a new album due out March 10, 2015. 119 more words

My Top 20 Albums – ‘Funeral’ by Arcade Fire.

2004 was a very good year for music, particularly indie rock with fantastic debuts from The Killers and Franz Ferdinand. Add to that solid efforts from the likes of… 818 more words

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Drawing of Win Butler

I rarely do proper drawings. This particular drawing of Win Butler took me about a week to complete, which is a long time for me. 23 more words

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Arcade Fire's Win Butler & Regine Chassagne Added To Mavis Staples 75th Celebration Concert

I’ll Take You There – Celebrating 75 Years Of Mavis Staples is set to take place next Wednesday, November 19 at the Auditorium Theatre. The event already features a star-studded line up with Gregg Allman, Widespread Panic, Jeff & Spencer Tweedy, Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Neville, Glen Hansard & more set to perform. 92 more words

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Win Butler - Sketch

A 5 minute pen-sketch that turned out kinda weird. Of Win Butler, the lead singer of Canadian band, Arcade Fire (my all-time favourite band).
It doesn’t look that much like Win Butler, let’s call it ‘abstract’.

Win Butler

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Suburban War

by Andrew Doscas

Growing up in the Suburbs is a pretty universal experience, one where we’re all presented with the same issues and novelties.  We all were confronted with immature relationships, underappreciating the time that we had, and the eventual loss of contact between people we had grown up with and seen every day of our lives.  2,304 more words

Andrew Doscas