Tag: "Death Cab for Cutie"
While it does boast one of the most impressive festival lineups of the year, Riot Fest isn’t just about the music â€”Â it’s also home to the most punk rock carnival around. And as we prepare ourselves for the wild ride of this year’s fest, we asked ourselves a question that few have dared to ask before: what if the artists playing this year’s Riot Fest were carnival attractions?
It’s a struggle most of us have experienced with our families, at least to some degree â€” the parents think the kids’ music is unlistenable garbage, and the kids think their parents’ music was recorded by the first dinosaurs to ever hold guitars. But when you find those rare few bands that occupy the middle ground between everyone’s tastes, it’s a special moment that brings the family together way better than getting a pet fish ever could.
The lineup for the Toronto edition of this year’s Riot Fest has been revealed, featuring headlining sets from City & Colour, Metric, The National, and more.
Itâ€™s no question that late night drives are best accompanied by great music, but sometimes choosing the playlist to fit the mood youâ€™re in when youâ€™re alone with your thoughts can be difficult. This week weâ€™ve compiled some of our favorite albums to play on those long, nighttime drives when youâ€™re feeling especially introspective.
The Boston Calling music festival will take place May 23-25th at City Hall Plaza. Acts scheduled to play include Death Cab For Cutie, Modest Mouse, Brand New, Tegan and Sara, Bastille, Frank Turner, The Neighbourhood, and more. Pre-sale tickets will go on sale at Noon ET here. Check out the full lineup below!
Death Cab for Cutie are streaming the 10th anniversary reissue of their much-loved album Transatlanticism over at NPR. It hits shelves on October 29th. The album features a second disc of demo versions in addition to the classic record – it offers a really unique look at how the songs formed into what we […]
Last year, Chris Walla raised eyebrows when he called brooding “Twilight” bloodsucker Edward Cullen “an a–hole.”
The spirit and energy of the 2009 mtvU Woodie Awards â€” the madcap awards show that celebrates independent music and college radio across the country â€” was distilled entirely in the show’s opening performance.