Before you begin reading this story, imagine a thousand champagne bottles arranged as an enormous wall in your midst. You stare at the champagne wall, frozen with awe or fear or some combination of emotions you cannot presently identify. Show More Summary
Here’s an interesting combination. Sleigh Bells, at this point, are in full pop-star mode (hell, they had Danny Brown open for them) and yet they’ve chosen the giddily experimental and disorienting Jam City to remix their track “Young Legends.” One of best production teams on the often visionary Night Slugs roster (who are doing wonders [...]
Hey, perfect timing. No sooner does spring begin to thaw out our creaky-ass crank-bones, crippling seasonal depression, and aversion to any music that’s louder than whisper-level-quiet, than Brooklyn-based noise pop duo of Alexis Krauss...Show More Summary
Headlining shows and festival appearances in support of Bitter Rivals.
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Danny Brown explains to FACT magazine why Korn’s Issues is one of his favorite albums of all time. Previously: Danny Brown Preps for Sleigh Bells Show
While music industry hearts across America dream of warmer climes, of margaritas consumed outdoors, and of hotel pools, our friends to the North in Toronto are all like, “Hey! Don’t make it all about Austin, guys! We’ve got fun, too! We’ve got NXNE!” And it’s true, they do. Show More Summary
by Jia Tolentino Here's brand-new San Francisco duo Cathedrals with a stunner of a second single, a Sleigh Bells melody over Mates of States/Pixies instrumentation; the whole thing really gets those hooks in. (Previously: the Marce Reazon remix of Cathedrals' first track, "Unbound.") 0 Comments
FUSE kicks it with Danny as he prepares for a couple of shows with Sleigh Bells in NYC. He talks about how he’s been all over the world, but he hasn’t really been anywhere because all he ever gets to see are the hotels and green rooms and not the local culture. Previously: Danny Brown [...]
NXNE returns to various Toronto venues from June 13-22, and since we last spoke the lineup has expanded. It now includes Spoon, Sleigh Bells, Spiritualized, tUnE-yArDs, A$AP Ferg, Metz, Ryan Hemsworth, Swans, Goat, Oneohtrix Point Never, Fuck Buttons, Low,...
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Death From Above 1979, Fucked Up, Sleigh Bells Song: DZ Deathrays - Gina Works At Hearts [download here] What's so good? Along with announcing that their sophomore album, Black Rat, willShow More Summary
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Sleigh Bells, Oh Land, The Ting Tings Song: Holychild - Every Time I Fall [download here] What's so good? I had an inkling that Los Angeles duo Holychild wasthe kind of band to produce that one stand-out song and be done with it. Show More Summary
Nothing says fun in the sun quite like Holychild. The DC-to-LA transplants’ latest track is “Every Time I Fall,” a bouncy island-pop number that sounds like a cross between Vampire Weekend and Sleigh Bells. If you’ve already used up all your vacation days, playing this song on repeat is the next best thing. Stream “Every [...]
A year-and-a-half ago, Sleigh Bells' Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss and I chatted from inside their dressing room at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester and discussed everything from touring to their then-new record Reign of Terror.Show More Summary
Plus, Sleigh Bells, Chance the Rapper, Run the Jewels, and more.
Plus: Weezer, Childish Gambino, Chance the Rapper, and Sleigh Bells.
Here’s something you don’t see everyday: Sleigh Bells noisemonger Derek Miller playing acoustic guitar. Last night, Sleigh Bells, in their full-band-plus-horn-section incarnation were on the Late Show With David Letterman to flog their 2013 album Bitter Rivals. They played the peppy “Young Legends” and sounded more like Gloria Estefan than I ever expected to hear [...]
Check out the replay of "Young Legends" featuring Paul Shaffer.
Ryan and Matt continue Total Request Taped as they consider 65daysofstatic, Protest the Hero, and Sleigh Bells. Episode 89: It’s a Very Fine Line between Beck and Fred Durst originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
MySpace just posted a new episode of 5 Minutes To The Stage featuring Danny Brown going through his backstage rituals (Henny, weed, SKYWLKR blasting Young Thug, etc) before taking the Terminal 5 stage in NYC opening for Sleigh Bells. Watch it, then download Nick Catchdubs’ Brown Bells blends for even more Danny x SB action.