Phoenix’s star is rising. The band has rave reviews, wild shows and soaring sales.
Arcade Fire takes a decisive step toward rock’s first rank with its new album, out next week.
The Nashville trio Lady Antebellum won five Grammys and Arcade Fire took home album of the year honors at the music industry’s biggest awards show.
The line between indie and mainstream music got even fuzzier in 2010, as Arcade Fire, working with non-major label Merge Records of North Carolina, charted at No. 1 in the U.S. and Canada.
Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons and Tinie Tempah were winners at the Brit music awards in London tonight.
Of the more than 1,000 new rock CDs that landed on my desk this past year, the hottest album came from an alternative band in frozen Canada.
Eminem , Lady Gaga , Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder are confirmed fit to play. So are Prince , Arcade Fire, Soundgarden, Roxy Music and the Scissor Sisters. In this weird team, Bono is out with a back injury, and U2 substituted with Gorillaz.
Amy Brenneman plays Catherine, a superstar academic who can’t find love in Gina Gionfriddo’s grim, smart comedy “Rapture, Blister, Burn.”
Life doesn’t get any easier for Bruce Springsteen.
Fleet Foxes’ second album, “Helplessness Blues,” demonstrates even more polish and assurance than its predecessor.