The Dean kicks off the new year with two indie staples.
Will Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton be listening to wedding bells instead of sleigh bells this holiday season? After months of rumors swirling that the lovebirds were planning to tie the knot, a new report speculates that Gwen and Blake will be engaged by the end of the year. Show More Summary
Supporting their latest effort, Jessica Rabbit.
Sleigh Bells are hitting the road in support of their latest album Jessica Rabbit. The 2017 tour dates kick off in Hamburg, Germany, on February 13, and will take the duo through France, the United Kingdom, the United States, and more. Show More Summary
Sleigh Bells Ring: Countdown to Christmas on Hallmark at 8:00pm ET. Original telefilm. It's a good thing cable has so many channels so they can keep all of the people who exclusively show up in terrible Christmas movies booked solid...
Get ready for some holiday magic with the premiere of Hallmark’s latest movie, Sleigh Bells Ring. Directed by Marita Grabiak and written by Buddy Baron, Jay Cipriani, and Tracy Anderson, Sleigh Bells Ring is about a single city manager who has the task of pulling off the perfect Christmas parade after she happens upon an... Show More Summary
Sleigh bells are ringing, Christmas lists are being written, plans are being made – there’s an unmistakable buzz at the end of the year, and thoughts often turn to getting together with family, having some time off to recalibrate (and...Show More Summary
Post by Tanvier Peart. Can anyone else hear the sound of sleigh bells ringing in the distance? Santa Claus is coming to town, and we're so freakin' excited. (Yay!) In addition to the things we look forward to the most this time of year...Show More Summary
'Tis the season to hear sleigh bells everywhere. Whether you’re sick of them, or love them, the classic holiday songs are powerful, filled with nostalgic emotional triggers and used in advertising for good reasons.
The duo talk perfectionism, not giving up, and the pressures of starting their own label
It's been a rough couple of weeks. Let's dive into some recent releases that might help us feel good about the world around us. [ more › ]
Last month, Sleigh Bells returned with the new album Jessica Rabbit. And while serving as musical guests on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert last night, the duo performed “I Can Only Stare,” the album’s best song. Sleigh Bells are now far enough from their DIY beginnings that they’re performing with a second guitarist, a […]
Sleigh Bells is a noise-pop partnership between two people that formed in the summer of 2008, when Derek Miller, a former Florida resident and ex-guitarist with the metalcore band Poison the Well, met Alexis Krauss, a former New Jersey resident and ex-vocalist with an abortive teen-girl group named RubyBlue. Miller ... More »
The badass musician joins a growing number of women who are speaking out against the shame that comes with the super-common skin condition.
A s Animal Collective were taking critical pop to new heights with a home-state love letter and Crystal Castles were engendering a new internet-infused microcosm, I was an oddball loser, writing about music on a Wordpress since lost, thankfully, to the memory hole. It was a hopelessly adolescent time.
This week in New Music: Martha Wainwright shines on solo album number four, David Bowie (above) gets the reissue treatment on Legacy best of, Sleigh Bells branch out on album number four, REM release a demo version of “Shiny Happy People”… Read The post NEW MUSIC: Martha Wainwright, David Bowie, Sleigh Bells, REM, Westworld Does Radiohead appeared first on Towleroad.
Sleigh Bells Jessica Rabbit [Torn Clean; 2016] Rating: 3/5 A s Animal Collective were taking critical pop to new heights with a home-state love letter and Crystal Castles were engendering a new internet-infused microcosm, I was an oddball loser, writing about music on a Wordpress since lost, thankfully, to the memory hole. Show More Summary
Everything about Jessica Rabbit is visceral
Sleigh Bell’s 2010 debut album, the dazzling Treats, changed the way we listen to loud music and sound. Possessing a penchant for distortion and pop, that album answered a previously unknown question: What happens when we parody the loudness war itself? What happens when pop and noise become music?... Continue reading