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There‚Äôs 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 »
Sleigh Bells' camp has confirmed that the duo will be the musical guest on the 2/18 episode of Saturday Night Live, where they'll play Reign Of Terror cuts "End Of The Line" and "Comeback Kid."…   Read Story »
Lots of good music videos this week! Serial killers! Shadow-puppet dogs! Primary colors! Air rifles! Inexplicably clownish rap-star art direction! Members of the extended Stereogum family! There's…   Read Story »
Sleigh Bells' new single "Comeback Kid" got a big Rank & File thumbs up last week, and SPOILER ALERT they are going to again because its video is what your morning cup of coffee was missing. It's…   Read Story »
"Born To Lose" was the first listen, but "Comeback Kid" is being touted as the first official single from Sleigh Bells' second LP Reign Of Terror. We're deep enough into Derek Miller's post-Poison…   Read Story »
Sleigh Bells is getting set to blast everyone in the face with Reign Of Terror and their sophomore LP's first single, "Born To Lose" has surfaced. Stream the track, a relatively polished cut accented…   Read Story »
On the heels of a recent tease for their new album, Reign Of Terror, Sleigh Bells announced a nine-stop tour in Florida (guitarist Derek E. Miller is a native) alongside Diplo and NYC hard rockers…   Read Story »
Here it is, the opening salvo to Sleigh Bells' second LP in their ongoing campaign to punish earplugs and epileptics worldwide. With Treats, Alexis Krauss and Derek E. Miller bottled the visceral…   Read Story »
Music Critic/Ui co-founder (and, full disclosure, associate) Sasha Frere-Jones remixed Georgia underground legends Pylon's "Yo-Yo" twice by adding a number of new elements, including vocals by Sleigh…   Read Story »