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In advance of Bankrupt!'s release, Phoenix are spending the weekend in NY. On Friday they played Music Hall of Williamsburg, and last night they returned to Saturday Night Live, where they played…   Read Story »
The song's official music video is a grand and sweeping thing, but now Phoenix have posted a very different video for "Entertainment," the first single from their forthcoming Bankrupt! album. This…   Read Story »
At a time when so many new bands explode out of the gate on the strength of a debut EP and a wave of Internet buzz, only to fizzle into the painful obscurity of no longer being the hot new thing by…   Read Story »
Phoenix performed to a 500-person crowd last night at San Francisco venue the Independent. The band played a chunk of material from their upcoming album Bankrupt!, as well as hits "1901" and…   Read Story »
Phoenix played their first show in two years Thursday night at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver. The band played all 10 songs from their forthcoming record Bankrupt! out April 23rd via…   Read Story »
Remember last month when we made a hand-wringing post about the death of the MP3 and thereby the end of the downloadable Monthly Mix? Well, fuck it -- ZIP FILE BACK. Thank you for your comments and…   Read Story »
In the weeks since Phoenix dropped "Entertainment," the bright and candy-colored first single from their forthcoming album Bankrupt!, we've heard way-different versions of the song from Dinosaur Jr.…   Read Story »
Dinosaur Jr.'s "remix" of "Entertainment," the bright and shiny new single from French superstars Phoenix, was actually an excellently bittersweet cover. In his own remix of the same track, the great…   Read Story »
It's tough to say why Phoenix are selling Dinosaur Jr.'s cover of their new song "Entertainment" as a remix rather than a straight-up cover; as far as I can tell, Dino Jr. keep no elements of…   Read Story »
Phoenix have just unveiled the big, sweeping, ambitious video for "Entertainment," the first single from their new Bankrupt! album. Patrick Daughters directs, and it's a series of intercut love…   Read Story »