Today in Music: Arcade Fire, Peter Bjorn & John, the View, Flaming Lips, White Stripes, Fratellis, Dinosaur JR, MC5
the Arcade Fire’s stage at St. John’s Church in London
The Arcade Fire are coming! Sort of… There’s a lot of info on their tour, but no Seattle date yet. Looks like there’s a few open dates between the Portland and San Francisco shows. Plenty of New York shows have been announced.
Peter Bjorn & John announce 2007 tour dates with a stop at Neumos on May 13.
The Flaming Lips announce a handful of tour dates this spring.
The View ran into trouble entering the country yesterday, putting their North American tour in jeopardy.
The White Stripes signed to Warner after V2 shut down last month.
Even if you’ve had enough of the Grammys, you can never have enough Steven Colbert.
A nice feature on the Fratellis with two MP3s, including an acoustic version of ‘Cigarello.’
Another nice feature. This one’s on David Vandervelde.
Here’s some info on how to download an extra track from the new Bloc Party record.
The reported August 6 release date for the new Radiohead record has been denied.
The new Dinosaur Jr is almost ready.
Some info on the forthcoming Iron & Wine record and some footage from a recent show at the Pabst Theater.
MC5… punk or hippies? Either way, they’re awesome.
Thanks to Jesse from Astoria for sending us this a capella rendition of ‘Knife’ by Grizzly Bear.
Finally, there’s a really cool podcast over at Pampelmoose.com. Download this interview and podcast with Jon Regal, the writer, the producer, the frontman, the man who basically is Boy Eats Drum Machine.
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