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Last month, Chris Walla announced that he would be leaving Death Cab For Cutie after over fifteen years with the band. He played his last live show with the group at Rifflandia Festival in Victoria,…   Read Story »
Chris Walla has announced his departure from Death Cab For Cutie. "Deciding to leave the band was not, and is not, easy. It’s really, really sad. I love my bandmates, and I’m proud of what…   Read Story »
Today's been a bit of a big news day for Death Cab For Cutie-related vinyl. Earlier, it was noted that the long-awaited Death Cab The Barsuk Years boxset, which was originally slated for release in…   Read Story »
Washington State foursome the Lonely Forest caught the eye/ear of Death Cab For Cutie's Chris Walla, who not only signed them to his new label, Trans, but also produced, engineered, and mixed their…   Read Story »
When MTV's college-obsessed little sister station mtvU announced the nominations for this year's Woodie Awards, we had some fun trying to make sense of the logic underlying the way in which they had…   Read Story »
The Quin sisters brought the non-spiritual song "Hell," the lead single from the non-spiritual LP Sainthood, to Conan last night. Take it to the end not so much for Coco's response to their…   Read Story »
Most fans were into "Hell"'s "bigger and more forceful" full-band sound. Listen to T&S's sixth album at MySpace to see if the Quins and their Death Cab collaborators maintain the vibe.   Read Story »
What do you get when you cross Death Cab and Jawbox? Find out at NPR, where Walla and Robbins entered the Project Song studio strangers and emerged in two days with a song.   Read Story »
Our first listen of this track came from Tegan & Sara's recent set at Rifflandia festival, where the sisters Quin debuted Tegan's "Hell," from the album Sainthood, in a church (all non-spiritual…   Read Story »
Twilight 2: The Edge Of Reason is coming (omg), and just in time too because there are no vampire stories in pop culture these days. We're still skeptical about the Radiohead and Bon Iver tunes…   Read Story »