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Arcade Fire to return with six-date UK and Ireland tour in 2018

Montreal hailing band Arcade Fire will be returning to our shores next year with a headline tour.

The band are set to follow up last month’s one-off June shows at… 241 more words

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Wolf Parade Announce New Album "Cry Cry Cry"

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Wolf Parade will release Cry Cry Cry, the band’s first new album in seven years (and fourth full-length overall), on October 6th via Sub Pop.  375 more words

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Song of the Week: Arcade Fire "Electric Blue"

This week’s “Song of the Week” is “Electric Blue” by Arcade Fire. I have never been a huge fan of Arcade Fire but when I discovered this song I instantly feel in love. 58 more words

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Album Review: Arcade Fire's 'Everything Now'

Arcade Fire
“Everything Now”
(Everything Now/Columbia)

To put it in the corniest possible terms, artistic progression can be a stairway to heaven or a slippery slope. 748 more words

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Album Art Compilation

I painted this for someone, and I really wish I had a second copy of my own because it took me WEEKS to complete (I was pretty busy with school, too).   116 more words

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NATIONAL AIRPLAY TOP 50 ROCK CHART 7/15/2017

NATIONAL AIRPLAY TOP 50 ROCK CHART
07-15-2017

# ARTIST SONG TITLE LABEL 1 FOO FIGHTERS RUN RCA 2 STARSET MONSTER RAZOR & TIE 3 ROYAL BLOOD LIGHTS OUT WARNER BROTHERS 4 METALLICA NOW THAT WE’RE DEAD BLACKENED/RHINO/ADA 5 RISE AGAINST THE VIOLENCE VIRGIN 6 IMAGINE DRAGONS BELIEVER KIDINAKORNER/INTERSCOPE 7 HIGHLY SUSPECT MY NAME IS HUMAN 300 8 CHRISTINA RUBINO SHADOW OF A GHOST CHRISTINA RUBINO 9 OMID MASTER ONLY YOU WOLF 10 STONE SOUR SONG #3 ROADRUNNER 11 BREAKING BENJAMIN NEVER AGAIN HOLLYWOOD 12 RAG’N’BONE MAN HUMAN BEST LAID PLANS/COLUMBIA 13 RHETT MAY CREATURES OF THE NIGHT MUSIK AND FILM 14 POP EVIL IF ONLY FOR NOW EONE MUSIC 15 SHINEDOWN HOW DID YOU LOVE ATLANTIC 16 QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE THE WAY YOU USED TO DO MATADOR 17 CHEVELLE DOOR TO DOOR CANNIBALS EPIC 18 METALLICA ATLAS, RISE! 187 more words

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Arcade Fire didn't actually spend a decade creating a music video with Terry Gilliam

It’s no secret that “always be closing” is a phrase director Terry Gilliam is very unfamiliar with, having only last month finished production on The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, a film he has been working on for a staggering 17 years, delayed largely in part due to financial and creative issues. 181 more words

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