Thursday, April 30 2009
Miroir Noir is a self-aware tone-poem essay on the Arcade Fire's navigation of the post-millennial liminal spaces between commercial capitalism and independent art.
Monday, December 13 2004
Imagine Napoleon Dynamite. Now picture him in a bright, red necktie, black, horn-rimmed glasses and a half-shell motorcycle helmet. Awesome.
Monday, November 10 2003
The people were there for the Constantines, and any doubt of this was removed the moment the Arcade Fire began taking apart their instruments, as without hesitation the feet of people seemed to move instinctively a few feet forward, crowding the front of the stage area.
Monday, October 1 2007
Five months after the Arcade Fire issued its second album, "Neon Bible," the dramatic Canadian ensemble has cemented itself as one of rock's most vital