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Arcade Fire, trailblazers of the interactive video, have released one for "Reflektor." It's a virtual projection by Vincent Morisset and to watch, you need Google Chrome and either a mouse or webcam…   Read Story »
UPDATE: Watch the "Reflektor" interactive video here and Anton Corbijn's video here. Yesterday we posted what is believed to be the artwork for the new album by the Arcade Fire, Reflektor, out…   Read Story »
Over the course of The Next Day's rollout, we've seen the extraordinarily well preserved, vital art/rock legend David Bowie make hold up his end of the bargain, from a song and video standpoint: See…   Read Story »
Have you watched the 15-minute Red Bull Music Academy documentary about DFA? Or the hour-long Savages Ministry Of Sound show? No? You should do those things. As ever, there was plenty of amazing…   Read Story »
For his third video from The Next Day, David Bowie is keeping things cinematic and strange. Obviously. Here once more is Floria Sigismundi, again directing A-list movie stars (last time Tilda…   Read Story »
Last month, David Bowie broke a nine-year silence by releasing the very good new album The Next Day, and thus far he's refused any and all interview requests about the album and how it came to be.…   Read Story »
Here, let's play a game. Try to imagine David Bowie's entire career as a single line (it's a long line). Our line follows him from song to song, album to album, through every character he's ever…   Read Story »
For reasons presumably unrelated to Davie Bowie's triumphant recent reemergence, the veteran indie singer-songwriter and studio rat John Vanderslice has covered Bowie's stone-classic 1974 album…   Read Story »
Four and a half years ago, I was working at a startup music website that never ended up launching; the parent company decided that it wasn't worth the investment and laid all of us off. But for…   Read Story »
There were too many music videos this week. I had to devote a huge chunk to yesterday afternoon just watching all the ones I'd missed. And worse, there were too many good ones. How is anyone supposed…   Read Story »