Showing All "Sleigh Bells" Posts

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 »
Minneapolis internet-pop manipulators Elite Gymnastics released their free-download debut EP Ruin last year, bundling it with Ruin 2, a collection of reworkings. There's long been talk of a new remix…   Read Story »
Earlier today, Sleigh Bells stopped by Zane Lowe's BBC show and aired a couple of acoustic tracks they'd recorded for a Maida Vale session. One was an unplugged version of the single "Comeback Kid,"…   Read Story »
[Welcome to the second installment a new feature on Stereogum! Consider it an op-ed: In this space, we'll issue spot, and we'll argue. And so it'll be like every other post, just more specifically…   Read Story »
BTW and Saturday Night Live alumnus Sleigh Bells sold out the Mayan Theater in Los Angeles bringing along six Marshall stacks, a twin Jackson guitar assault and blitzing light show in support of…   Read Story »
A day after broadcasting their sold out NYC T5 show on YouTube, Sleigh Bells brought their Marshall stacks and tourist guitarist Jason Boyer to the considerably more intimate SNL studios across town.…   Read Story »
There’s not a band in recent memory that nailed the landing quite like Sleigh Bells did in 2010 with Treats, its M.I.A.-cosigned debut. They were CMJ darlings back when being a CMJ darling was…   Read Story »
From an exposure standpoint, Sleigh Bells are on a fucking tear -- not only will they cover the new Spin, they're also playing two Reign Of Terror songs on the 2/18 SNL. To quote Bart Simpson,…   Read Story »