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Here's a trend that I can't imagine anyone getting pissed off about: Star musicians playing unannounced shows for high-school kids. Rappers have been doing things like this for a long time: special…   Read Story »
Yesterday we shared live shots from the first weekend of Austin City Limits. We also caught up with some bands off-stage to take their photo in a quieter setting. Check out Pooneh Ghana's great…   Read Story »
It was only last month that a track from Phoenix's Bankrupt! was the R. Kelly treatment, and now, another song from that album has been remixed: This time it's "Chloroform," and the remixers are…   Read Story »
We've already seen the "Entertainment" webisode of La Blogotheque's A Take Away Show featuring Phoenix, but now we've got a 21-minute short film featuring four performances, including an acoustic…   Read Story »
The second annual Budweiser Made In America festival, which is curated by Jay-Z, took place over the weekend in Philadelphia with performances by Phoenix, Beyoncé, HAIM, Dairrhea Planet, Kendrick…   Read Story »
Phoenix have gotten a ton of traction out of Bankrupt! track "Trying To Be Cool," grabbing remixes for the song from artists like Breakbot, A-Trak, and their Coachella guest R. Kelly. But for fellow…   Read Story »
Phoenix and Haim are about to tour together this November. In advance of the tour, NME got the two bands together during Leeds festival on Friday for a quick French lesson. Haim asked the Parisian…   Read Story »
Well that was quick. We just got teased on the R. Kelly remix of Phoenix's "Trying To Be Cool," and now, the song. Kelly adds a buncha additional vocal elements -- backing and lead, including an…   Read Story »
In April, Coachella headliners Phoenix were joined onstage by a surprise guest: Pitchfork Festival headliner R. Kelly. The two parties collab'ed on a pair of great mashups -- "1901"/"Ignition" and…   Read Story »
You guys are going to hate this week's list so much, but it's high summer now, and I just can't be bothered to list whatever piece of dark experimental conceptual indie rock silliness that someone…   Read Story »