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The Most Disappointing Albums of 2013
22 Dec 2013 // 9:14 PM
This year's list of the most disappointing albums of 2013 reads like the "best of" list from four or five years ago. It shouldn't be surprising how these tides turn, but it always is.
The Best 60 Albums of 2009
17 Dec 2009 // 4:00 PM
PopMatters presents our 60 best albums of 2009, highlighted by a bevy of American indie rock juggernauts, the return of a hip-hop master, and a couple of the finest voices on the planet.
How to (Be a French Pop Band and) Make It in America
18 Apr 2013 // 6:30 PM
Through an analysis of Daft Punk and Phoenix’s recent careers, a recipe for success may be unearthed for those French bands aspiring to win a Grammy or two.
Phoenix: Ti Amo
13 Jun 2017 // 2:53 AM
Summer is here and Phoenix have returned with a set of pop songs determinedly celebrating vacationing on the beach and the joys of love and romance.
8 Take Aways from the 2017 Governors Ball Music Festival
7 Jun 2017 // 3:00 AM
Brief bouts of rain didn't dampen the most vibrant Governors Ball yet. The fest had a lot to offer an all-ages audience. Most importantly: great performances.
Phoenix: 2 October 2013 - New York (Photos)
14 Oct 2013 // 8:00 AM
Phoenix's performance at the Barclays Center can best be described as an epic event for fans, with the lead singer visiting the floor and inviting the crowd onto the stage.
Phoenix - "Entertainment" A Take Away Show from La Blogotheque
29 Aug 2013 // 2:30 AM
Phoenix plays "Entertainment" outdoors at a stunning location... Versailles. It's fit for kings.
Governors Ball Marks the Start of New York's Music Month and Summer Festival Season
25 May 2017 // 4:32 AM
The 2017 Governors Ball Music Festival promises fans the chance to hear new music from Phoenix, Lorde, and many more.
Phoenix took in its cultural surroundings to craft a breakout album
25 Jun 2009 // 2:44 AM
This year's answer to Vampire Weekend and Franz Ferdinand — a buzzing indie-rock band with a catchy, danceable record — the French synth-pop quartet Phoenix has not