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Earlier this week, Revolt revealed that "Bitter Rivals," the first single and apparent title track from Sleigh Bells' third LP, will be available on bitterrivals.us next Tuesday 9/3. Now, thanks to…   Read Story »
The S.S. Coachella sailed from Fort Lauderdale, FL to Jamaica and back between 12/19 and 12/23, along the way featuring performances from Pulp, Hot Chip, Yeasayer, and many more. Andrew Youssef was…   Read Story »
These days, every famous person is friends with every other famous person, and we get stark and mostly-inexplicable reminders of that every day. So here's today's: On Saturday night, at a benefit…   Read Story »
It just makes sense that Sleigh Bells and AraabMuzik are spending their autumns touring together. Both of them bring to live some combination of pop, dance, and horrible, scraping noise. And both…   Read Story »
Ever since I was old enough to complain, my dad took great pleasure in the act of dragging my always-resistant ass to music festivals. A summer full of glorious music for him meant a summer full of…   Read Story »
Here's the clip for Sleigh Bells' glistening Reign Of Terror cut "End Of The Line," a scenic visual that finds Alexis and Derek vogueing hard while riding BMX bikes. You could screencap this one for…   Read Story »
As others have done before, Sleigh Bells will appear on No Reservations this fall. The Travel Channel recently posted a teaser for the season premiere episode which features footage of Sleigh Bells…   Read Story »
At ginormous festivals like Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza, it's pretty tough to craft a narrative -- when there's something like 200 bands playing over a weekend, it's next to impossible to really sew a…   Read Story »
Here's the clip for Sleigh Bells' "Demons," an intense visual that serves as the best summary of the visceral Sleigh Bells live experience to date. According to Pitchfork, it's an homage to classic…   Read Story »
Last night, Sleigh Bells and Javelin played San Francisco's the Warfield and Stereogum photographer Wilson Lee was there to document the proceedings. Check out his slideshow up top.   Read Story »