Tag Archives: Bradford Cox

Out This Week 3/11

KEXP DJs have had nothing but soaring praise for the latest from British band Elbow, titled The Take Off and Landing of Everything. Music Director Don Yates notes their sixth album “continues in the vein of 2011’s Build A Rocket Boys! with a subdued, downbeat set of atmospheric prog-pop featuring mostly lengthy, slow-burning songs thatRead more...

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Album Review: Deerhunter - Monomania

If he weren’t so dead-set on making music that could be deemed as capital “A” art, Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox could be a very good rock star. He’s outspoken, audacious, practically writes his own headlines, and is absolutely impossible to look away from when he brings his A-game (and, occasionally, when he doesn’t). So maybeRead more...

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Thursday Music News

It was there and now it’s gone. First, a sample of the forthcoming single “Full of Fire” by Swedish band The Knife was available on Amazon before being removed. Then, the song was teased out in 30-second clips by London’s Juno Records before removing it entirely. Though you may find wisps of the song floatingRead more...

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Wednesday Music News

Yo La Tengo have announced their new album is titled Fade and will be released by Matador on January 15. It’s their first since 2009′s Popular Songs. Check out their website for the full track list or to pre-order the album. “Stupid Things” from September’s Stupid Things EP will be on the album, albeit in a different form. In the wake ofRead more...

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Thursday News Roundup

Much ado has been made over a particularly bizarre performance given by Deerhunter and Atlas Sound frontman Bradford Cox in Minneapolis last Friday. Supposedly, the performance featured audience members waving their chairs over their head, at least one stripping to his underwear, Cox waxing philosophical on the current state of music, and, famously, an hour-longRead more...

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Thursday News Roundup

Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi has scored the upcoming Cameron Crowe film We Bought A Zoo, which will be in theaters December 23. The soundtrack, which will be released via Columbia December 13, will feature two new songs from Jónsi, new “score” material, as well as adaptations of songs from Jónsi 2010 solo album Go. ForRead more...

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