Tag Archives: Yeasayer

Music That Matters: Eyes on You

Check out some of the KEXP DJ’s favorite artists from the Pacific Northwest and around the world on-the-go. KEXP’s Music That Matters weekly podcast brings you an exclusive mix of new music from the world’s best independent artists. Currently, you’ll hear: Music That Matters, Vol. 497 – Eyes on You Midday Show host Cheryl WatersRead more…

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Thursday Music News

Tomorrow, not only will iconic rocker David Bowie celebrate his 69th birthday, but he releases his 25th studio album ★ (pronounced “Blackstar”) via Columbia Records. Today, he shares the video for the track “Lazarus,” which features the influential artist, well, hallucinating in a mental hospital. Watch the clip, directed by Johan Renck, below, and tuneRead more…

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Tuesday Music News

Two weeks after the death of Stone Temple Pilots’ ex-frontman Scott Weiland, his surviving bandmates have shared a moving tribute video. Guitarist Dean DeLeo, drummer Eric Kretz, and bassist Robert DeLeo chose to showcase one of their favorite songs, “Atlanta,” which they recorded with Scott 16 years ago. Weiland’s raw vocals and the band’s commentaryRead more…

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Video Roundup: Summer Solstice

It doesn’t quite feel like it in Seattle — we’ve been alternating from jackets to tank tops, boots to sandals, all in the same day — but the Summer Solstice is this Saturday, June 21st! Due to the tilt of earth’s semi-axis on this day, it will be the longest period of daylight, perfect forRead more…

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Album Review: The Music of Grand Theft Auto V, Vol. 1

The Grand Theft Auto video game series has never been a stranger to good music. Old school fans still cling to the 2002 Vice City entry for the precious Wave 103 radio station, where you can listen to Psychedelic Furs, Gary Numan, and Human League while running from the cops down a neon Miami-esque highway.Read more…

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Friday Music News

Yeasayer submerged themselves into the mysterious world of science for their “Glass of the Microscope” video. It may seem like a very literal approach, but the colorful cells, natural history specimens, and random interpretive dancers take it to the next level. The band’s commitment to authenticity is also very commendable. They filmed the video atRead more…

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Friday Music News

Beer-loving punks Fidlar have been kicking around the tour circuit for a while, and now they have a full-length that they can sell to pay for more beer. The Los Angeles band’s self-titled debut is due on January 22nd through Mom + Pop, and it includes songs titled “Stoked & Broke”, “Whore”, “Wake Bake Skate”Read more…

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Live Review: Yeasayer w/ Daughn Gibson @ Neptune Theater 8/30/12

Anyone whose seen Yeasayer live can attest to the awesome power of their onstage presence. Their Neptune Theater show last week was no exception. Complete with a ridiculously cool light and mirror setup behind them, Yeasayer threw down new and old tunes alike and gave everyone their money’s worth. And for those that have neverRead more…

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Wednesday Music News

A little over a week after the release of their third LP A Fragrant World, Yeasayer has put out a video for the album’s track “Longevity.” Watch lead singer Chris Keating age quickly throughout the course of the song before devolving completely into an eyeless skeleton (highly reminiscent of Gus Fring’s final moments) in theRead more…

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KEXP Suggests: Yeasayer @ Neptune Theatre 8/30

Although Yeasayer were first recognized for their shifting, psych-influenced soundtrack to the mid-2000s Brooklyn indie renaissance, it was their sophomore outing, the pop influenced Odd Blood, that helped the the Brooklyn band shake off the “Brooklyn band” tag. Two years later, the trio of Chris Keating, Anand Wilder, and Ira Wolf Tuton (along with touringRead more…

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