The country legend will perform for the first time this June at the famed U.K. festival. The bill this year also includes Arcade Fire, Lily Allen and Blondie.
Before watching Arcade Fire’s performance of “Afterlife” on last night’s (Feb. 20) episode of The Tonight Show, make sure you’ve digested your breakfast. There’s a lot of spinning.
It’s only a matter of days before Jimmy Fallon takes over the ‘Tonight Show’ hosting duties and to help christen the musical stage he’s bringing in a slew of big named musical guests and one very special friend.
Neil Young’s hit has become a staple in Pearl Jam’s live show, but this time around they brought out their friend & basketball buddy, Win Butler of the Arcade Fire.
With very large drums in tow—their nod to Imagine Dragons as Win Butler joked with the DJ—the band performed live at the Triple J Radio studios, showing off their newly expanded drum section.
At a show Down Under yesterday (Jan. 22), Arcade Fire decided to honor hometown heroes INXS with a cover of their 1988 song.
For those who thought they’d wait until later to buy their Coachella tickets, it seems you’re officially fresh out of luck.
Two twenty-somethings, Jillian Mapes and Jeremy D. Larson, put down their iPads and logged off Tumblr for as long as they could stand it to have an IM chat about the Coachella 2014 lineup.
After months of rumors and conjecture, it’s official: Coachella 2014 will be headlined by Arcade Fire, Muse and a reunited Outkast.
In this holiday-themed edition of the Funny or Die franchise, Galifianakis trades random one-liners with guests Tobey Maguire and Samuel L. Jackson before the Arcade Fire performs.
What was the last album you liked that talked about fracking AND gender politics? Dan Weiss sums up the year with his favorite albums, from Lady Gaga to a Malian blues album by Basseyou Kouyate and Ngoni Ba.
2013 will forever be known as the year of the spectacular album rollout. But who really did it best?
Live 105‘s Not So Silent Night is over! Oh my goodness thank you for all who watched on our webcast and all who showed up to jam out. Read on to hear about the best moments of Day 2, featuring The Neighbourhood, Bastille, Alt-J, Lorde, Phoenix, and Arcade Fire.
Gallagher’s dead-eyed assessment of music in 2013 might just be the best (and most entertaining) year-end critique you’ll read all year.
Arcade Fire fans will soon have extra opportunities to dance under the disco ball, as the band has added additional dates on the extensive Reflektor Tour, with even more to be announced.