Next week, Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio will release his sophomore album, Man Of The World -- the follow-up to his 2015 debut, The Names -- and we've already heard two tracks from it, "PHILOSOPHY!" and "DANGEROUE ANAMAL," and today Baio has shared a third, "Out Of Tune." Listen to it below.
Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio has been making delightful pop music on his own for quite a while now, and his sophomore album Man Of The World is arriving next week. We've heard lead single "PHILOSOPHY!" and "DANGEROUE ANAMAL," and now he's shared a video for the former, directed by his frequent collaborator Daniel Navetta.
Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio has been releasing music under his last name for years now, and in 2015 he finally put out his debut album, The Names. He's following that up with his sophomore record, called Man Of The World, at the end of the month. We've already heard "PHILOSOPHY!," and today he's shared…
At the beginning of last year, Rostam Batmanglij announced that he was leaving Vampire Weekend to focus on his solo career. Since then, he's shared a couple of songs and put out an entire album with the Walkmen's Hamilton Leithauser, and now he's officially announced his solo debut. It'll be called Half-Light, and along with…
THEY. are truly like no other artist in the game. Combining influences as diverse as Vampire Weekend, Kurt Cobain and Taking Back Sunday into a concoction of delectable R&B, THEY. manage to confound any expectation of genre. But music aside, who are THEY.? And how? And why? These questions, and many more, are pressed onto […]
“I never really thought, 'Oh yeah, gotta put out a solo project!'"
Sounds like: Weezer, Vampire Weekend Song: RAC - I Still Wanna Know (Ft. Rivers Cuomo) What's so good? Dayaaaaaaamn, RAC is back and he's collaborating with Rivers Cuomo. That's right -- the Rivers Cuomo of Weezer. His latest song is called "I Still Wanna Know," and it possesses a whole bunch of indie pop pizzazz. Show More Summary
Christopher Baio is best known for being the bassist for the New York City-based indie rock band Vampire Weekend. But a few years ago, he started a solo project under the stage name Baio. I met Chris backstage at the Biltmore while his mouth was full of delicious humus. The Biltmore was too loud and […]
XL Recordings label head Richard Russell's new project Everything Is Recorded is a focal point in this month's excellent New Yorker profile of the London-based label that's been responsible for the success of Adele, Vampire Weekend, the xx, and many others. After spending two decades serving as one of the people responsible for the label's…
Baio (the solo project of Vampire Weekend bass player Chris Baio) has announced his next studio album. Out June 30, Man of the World is the follow-up to Baio’s 2015 album The Names and is led by a new single. Listen to “PHILOSOPHY!” below. Show More Summary
It's been four years since the last Vampire Weekend album, and in that time, we've gotten solo projects from former producer Rostam, drummer Chris Tomson, and bassist Chris Baio, who's been releasing music under his last name for years and finally put out his debut album, The Names, in 2015. He spent much of last…
On July 7, Haim will release a new album Something to Tell You. It’s their first album since 2013’s Days Are Gone. It’s produced by Ariel Rechtshaid, and the band also worked with Rostam Batamanglij (formerly of Vampire Weekend). Now, they’ve detailed the album. Show More Summary
La Blogotheque unearths one of their pocket concerts from 2009 – when people still used digital cameras instead of phones to take pictures – featuring world rockers Vampire Weekend. Watch them play songs from their debut album and the then-unreleased Contra.
Last year, Hamilton Leithauser (the Walkman) and Rostam Batmanglij (formerly of Vampire Weekend) released a new album called Had a Dream That You Were Mine. Now, they’re releasing a new live album, I Won’t Let Up: Live at Music Hall of Williamsburg, in conjunction with Leithauser’s newly extended tour. Show More Summary
Rostam (Batmanglij, of Vampire Weekend) goes on a meditative walkabout of New York City in his newest video, for the track “Gwan”. Writes Pitchfork: In the slow motion clip, directed by Greg Brunkalla, Rostam walks around New York City. “… Read The post Rostam Goes on a NYC Walkabout in ‘Gwan’ Video: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Continuous creative output from the Vampire Weekend vet.
The former Vampire Weekend member will be on tour with Deradoorian soon. Continue reading…
It's the Vampire Weekend songwriter's first new material this year.
The former Vampire Weekend member is heading out on tour in May.
Earlier this year, Rostam announced he had new solo music on the way that he would perform on his upcoming tour. The former Vampire Weekend member is now readying his solo debut, which is set to come out this year, according to a press release. Show More Summary