Sleigh Bells “Rule Number One” Casey Kasem used to end his Top 40 broadcasts by telling listeners to “keep your feet on the ground, but keep reaching for the stars.” In other words, be ambitious, but also pragmatic. Alexis Krauss offers a more impatient and aggressive version of that thought in “Rule Number One,” belting […]
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Sleigh Bells is back, and just in time for the season of heat. Since releasing three brief, thunderous, sweetly abrasive albums between 2010 and 2013, the noise-pop duo of Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller have put out next to no new music, but as today's self-released single “Rule Number One” ... More »
Sleigh Bells returned today with a new single, “Rule Number One”, the follow-up to the single they released in late 2015, “Champions of Unrestricted Beauty”. The duo’s last album was 2013’s Bitter Rivals and it appears they have a new one out real soon. Listen to the song, plus an... Continue reading
At the end of last year, the impossible-to-categorize riot-pop rippers Sleigh Bells dropped a new song called “Champions Of Unrestricted Beauty.” And today, they’re back with a new one called “Rule Number One.” The track was supposed to debut on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio show later today, but it’s already up online, a few […]
Presumably another taste of the follow-up to 2013's Bitter Rivals.
Late last year, Sleigh Bells dropped a new track called “Champions of Unrestricted Beauty.” Now, they return with another new single. “Rule Number One” is available now; listen below, via Spotify or Apple Music. Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller's last album was 2013's Bitter Rivals. Watch Sleigh Bells' video for “End of The Line” on Pitchfork.tv:
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"That's a Christmas song!" Sayer exclaimed the other day in the car. And so it was. A true confession - I am born and raised Jewish gal who harbors a secret love of Christmas/Holiday music. I just always have; I actually look forward to those 36-hour Christmas Eve/Day radio marathons. Show More Summary
The former Good Witch's Bakery at Santa's Village. (All Photos: Sandi Hemmerlein) Christmas in Southern California is a funny thing. All the usual tropes of the holiday season just don’t apply—sleigh bells don’t ring, and no one dashes through the snow or walks in a winter wonderland. Show More Summary
Someone give me a remix of Diana Ross’s “I’m Coming Out” that’s heavy on the sleigh bells, because Teresa Giudice has strutted out of minimum security prison just in time to celebrate the holidays with her loving family. Or, at least her loving children. Read more...
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Sleigh Bells swap fuzz-blasted guitars for glittering synths without skimping on the thunderous triumph on their new song, "Champions of Unrestricted Beauty." The Brooklyn duo self-released the cut on Monday, writing on Facebook, "We are finishing up our record, didn't want to wait." "Unrestricted Champions of Beauty" boasts a bombastic vocal performance from Alexis...