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In or Out? Paul Rudd in Fundamentals of Caring or St-Jean music everywhere

Wondering what to do tonight? In or Out is the daily answer to that question from Gazette music contributor Erik Leijon and writer/editor Denise Duguay. 202 more words


Arcade Fire give new album update

Arcade Fire enlightened us back in 2013 with one of the albums of the year when releasing ‘Reflektor’. It seems that the wait isn’t too far away now before the Canadians make their return. 241 more words


Background Notes: Guinevere's Spring

A few words about Guinevere’s Spring:

1. The inspiration
I came up with the idea for the story behind these lyrics while watching the series finale of… 678 more words


Arcade Fire--Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)

The most all-out song on Arcade Fire’s debut album, Funeral, Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) is a crunching, key-changing, discordant cannonball of a song.  Sitting atop the whole thing is the surprising brightness of the glockenspiel.   79 more words


40 Days of [Records] Rewind: Arcade Fire - Neon Bible (2007)

This article was originally published to The Edge on 6th May 2015

Let’s make this brief: Without Neon Bible, you do not know who Arcade Fire are. 516 more words


Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival 2016 - Day 2 @ Okeechobee, FL

I had the opportunity to attend the first year of the Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival in Okeechobee, Florida. Before I jump into the music, let me just mention that I drove about 50 miles down a single lane road into the centre of Florida and when I arrived at the venue, it was like a magical world in the middle of the woods. 547 more words

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Miguel And Win Butler Cover Drake, The Clash And More At Okeechobee Festival

John Oats, Miguel & Win Butler covering Hotline Bling, why not? #okeechobeefest pic.twitter.com/F8ASmKzCMZ

— alphabox (@alphabox) March 6, 2016

The Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival took place in central Florida this weekend, and the young music festival set out to prove that it can step up to the big boys.

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