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When Arcade Fire cast Amazing Spinder-Man star Andrew Garfield as a transgender woman in their "We Exist" video, they started a conversation about trans representation that they may not have meant to…   Read Story »
Arcade Fire's video for pro-LGBT anthem "We Exist" featured a powerful performance from Andrew Garfield as a young man exploring and finding transcendence through his gender identity. It was our…   Read Story »
This week's central battle came down, as so many do, to the eternal conflict between well-intentioned grand-scale storytelling and gleefully trashy bloodletting. It's the Forrest Gump vs. Pulp…   Read Story »
The video for "We Exist," a song from Arcade Fire's Reflektor album, is the band's attempt at a massive grand-scale pro-LGBT statement. It casts Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield as a…   Read Story »
Arcade Fire member Richard Reed Parry just announced the release of a new solo album. Titled Music For Heart And Breath, the album features performances that are played in sync with the musicians'…   Read Story »
Arcade Fire's "We Exist" is the Reflektor song about a son telling his father that he's gay, and a few weeks ago, the band posted a teaser for its music video. That teaser featured Andrew Garfield,…   Read Story »
During most of the stops on the Reflektor tour, Arcade Fire take some time out of their encore to cover a song from an artist that's native to whatever state they're playing. In Ohio, they covered…   Read Story »
During Coachella's second weekend, Andrew Garfield (Spider-Man) appeared in a dress and wig during Arcade Fire's performance of "We Exist," the forthcoming Reflektor single about a son explaining to…   Read Story »
In addition to the debut of that "new" Michael Jackson song, last night's inaugural iHeartRadio Music Awards featured performances by Pitbull, Blake Shelton, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Shakira ... wait,…   Read Story »
Arcade Fire brought their Reflektor roadshow to my city last night. Presumably in honor of Columbus' derogatory "Cowtown" nickname, Win Butler wore a cow-print sport coat (not pictured). For their…   Read Story »