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There's a new episode of Austin City Limits, featuring Vampire Weekend and Grizzly Bear. On the show, Vampire Weekend performs songs from Modern Vampires of the City; Grizzly Bear plays from Shields.…   Read Story »
Vampire Weekend were always a group of guys with tastes beyond indie rock -- hell, "Step" is basically an indie rock renovation on an old Souls Of Mischief demo. So with that in mind it's not too…   Read Story »
While on tour in California last week, Matthew Houck stopped by California State University's KCSN with a dusky, stripped down cover of Vampire Weekend's Modern Vampires Of The City track "Ya Hey."…   Read Story »
The Talkhouse is a newish website that invites musicians to write about music. (They were the party responsible when Lou Reed reviewed Yeezus.) And I'm just going out on a limb here, but I'm guessing…   Read Story »
The first of two Austin City Limits weekends took place in Zilker Park over the weekend, with performances by Depeche Mode, the Cure, Kings Of Leon, Atoms For Peace, Phoenix, Wilco, Vampire Weekend,…   Read Story »
Last year, Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio ventured off on his own to release two solo EPs of dance music, Sunburn and The Silent/New You. Later this month, he'll follow them up with another EP…   Read Story »
UPDATE: Sky Ferreira has canceled all her remaining dates with Vampire Weekend. Via press release: "Sky performed on Monday Oct 1 in San Diego, after her initial diagnosis. Playing the concert led to…   Read Story »
You might remember late last year finding a commercial for a fake Christmas song compilation by indie music stars including Bon Iver, Beach House, and the xx. The parody video by Animal New York…   Read Story »
Virgin Mobile Freefest, which was held this past Saturday, might have been the best way to end music festival season for most people. It's got a solid line-up, it's only a single day, and (of course)…   Read Story »
Virgin Mobile Freefest is understandably something that a lot of music fans look forward to every year. The organizers have always curated a line-up that is a hell of a lot better than you would…   Read Story »