If you went into Ezra Koenig’s review of Drake’s Nothing Was The Same, thinking you were going to read the Vampire Weekend frontman’s take on Drizzy’s latest album, you were sadly mistaken.
For their new album, ‘White Women,’ Chromeo enlisted a little help from some of their famous friends.
Vampire Weekend are making good use of their fancy Columbia degrees with their latest venture.
Watch Outside Lands right here on Radio.com all weekend, featuring the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend and Hall & Oates.
Popping those collars on their Oxford button downs, the guys treated BBC Radio to an unexpectedly sultry version of the song that includes Vampire Weekend frontman, Ezra Koenig taking on both Robin Thicke and T.I.’s parts.
After the lyric video for “Diane Young” got them in hot water with auto enthusiasts, Vampire Weekend have released a new and energetic clip chock full of cameos from the indie music scene.
In an exclusive interview with CBS News, the band explains that their notoriously preppy image is much more ironic and complicated than it may appear.
Indie rock reigns this week as Vampire Weekend debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, selling 134,000 copies of the band’s third album, ‘Modern Vampires of the City’, according to data from Nielsen SoundScan.
From the clutch of emerging bands that performed early in the day through the marquee headliners, the songs of summer 2013 galvanized the diehard crowd of Southern Californian music fans.
The revealed their thoughts on the biological imperative that causes parenthood, God and the unmoved mover, the nature of good and evil in man and why they’re so into making album covers out of found art.
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated.
This week, May 13-19, rap legends will meet when De La Soul perform alongside the Roots; Kanye West will make known his new, possibly screamy material; and Kurt Vile will bring stoner rock to the masses.
After premiering a handful of songs in videos and in live performance, Vampire Weekend is streaming their new album, Modern Vampires of the City, via iTunes one week ahead of its May 14 release date.
This week, May 6 – 11, some exciting prospects with UK acts James Blake and Emeli Sandé, 98 Degrees hit the stage behind their first album in ten years. While Lady A take up two slots on Fallon.
Vampire Weekend continues to heighten the anticipation for Modern Vampires of the City by releasing a new song, “Ya Hey,” in the form of a lyric video.