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if the summer seems to be gone for good, nothing prevents us from giving an ear to some alluring tune to extend this very feeling of well-being and sexiness, and enter the next season with appetite and lust. 76 more words

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Win Butler Said Arcade Fire's 'Everything Now' Rollout Helped Him Understand 'Why Trump Got Elected'

Let’s be honest, Arcade Fire’s “fake news” rollout for their most recent album Everything Now was, at times, pretty hard to take. The fidget spinners, the Russian bots, fake album reviews; it was all a bit much. 312 more words

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Everything Now – Arcade Fire: ‘finitely discontent’

Different enough to stand out, but accessible enough to be heard – it’s a delicate balance.

But over the course of four albums – from their urgent, emotional debut, Funeral (2004), to their carnival dance-fest, Reflektor (2013) – it is one that Arcade Fire have admirably achieved. 878 more words

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Today in Madonna History: September 10, 2015

On September 10 2015, Madonna joined Régine Chassagne and Win Butler (Arcade Fire), Diplo and DJ Windows 98, on stage at the PHI Centre in Montreal, after her… 51 more words

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In An Absurd ClickHole Parody Video, Win Butler Says Great Songs Have 'A Beak, An Anus, And A Hat'

The Mind Of A Master: Watch @ArcadeFire’s Win Butler Describe His Songwriting Process Step By Step pic.twitter.com/ydhcgSMVx4

— ClickHole (@ClickHole) August 30, 2017

Between Arcade Fire’s flurry of tongue-in-cheek…

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Arcade Fire - Everything Now Review 


‘Everything Now’ is the fifth studio album by Canadian group Arcade Fire. The album is rather more experimental than their last outing, however that does not necessarily mean that they all land. 618 more words

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Arcade Fire//Everything Now Review

“We’ve all got this “literary” fiction that simply monotones that we’re all becoming less and less human…and we all buy the books and go like “Golly, what a mordantly effective commentary on contemporary materialism!” But we already “know” U.S. 724 more words
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