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Chvrches are taking a bit of a victory lap in 2014 after their rise to success last year. In addition to focusing on other upcoming artists through their new label, the trio will being going on a US…   Read Story »
I'm not crying, I just have a little dust in my eyes. No, really: Coachella's second day was largely engulfed by a more manageable (but still annoying!) version of the dust storm that turned last…   Read Story »
We were introduced to the young singer/songwriter Bridie Monds-Watson, better known as SOAK, through the touching single "   Read Story »
Shakira first entered my consciousness around the turn of the millennium courtesy of my high school Spanish teacher, a friendly young white American woman married to a man from Colombia. She and her…   Read Story »
We've gotten used to the sublime Scottish synth-pop trio Chvrches doing covers of other great artists; in the past year they've tackled works by HAIM, Whitney Houston, Bauhaus, Janelle Monaé, Arctic…   Read Story »
Technology is an integral part of Chvrches, whether they're in the studio or on the stage. "We're inspired by pieces of technology," says band member Iain Cook. "If we get a new synthesizer or a new…   Read Story »
UK duo THUMPERS, who recently put out their debut Galore, are friends and recent tour mates of Chvrches and have decided to cover one of their songs. "Lungs" didn't get as much attention as bigger…   Read Story »
We premiered the video for SOAK's intimate debut single a few weeks back, and mentioned that she was the first signee to Chvrches' new label, so perhaps it was inevitable that they'd give her the…   Read Story »
Chvrches are enjoying a well deserved victory lap after their massive 2013 by putting out an EP of remixes for their breakthrough song "Recover." Last week we heard the stark, chilly and all around…   Read Story »
The Scottish trio Chvrches became arguably the world's premier indie-rock/synth-pop hybrid with last year's debut album The Bones Of What You Believe, which is a good thing to be in this day and age,…   Read Story »