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Vampire Weekend's entire Steve Buscemi-directed Roseland show is still streaming, but here's the straight dope: Two previously unperformed Modern Vampires Of The City songs, culled from Buscemi's…   Read Story »
Roseland Ballroom is up on 52nd St. in Manhattan, about 40 blocks higher than most indie rock bands ever venture. But in an amusing case of geographic razzmatazz, last night it hosted uptown's most…   Read Story »
The narrative behind Steve Buscemi and Vampire Weeknd's partnership for their upcoming American Express UNSTAGED webcast (4/28) becomes more robust with today's promo videos. Before the collaboration…   Read Story »
Steve Buscemi besties Vampire Weekend and daddy-to-be Kanye West have been announced as the last two musical guests for this season of Saturday Night Live. The Vamps will appear on the show on 5/11…   Read Story »
Steve Buscemi's promotional tour for Vampire Weekend's American Express UNSTAGED concert and webcast this Sunday (4/28) continues with a trip to Melody Lanes in Brooklyn's Sunset Park. There is a…   Read Story »
The common refrain about Coachella dictates: "It's not about the music, man, it's about the festival experience." With the dance/sex tents in full swing, dozens of corporate-sponsored hideaways at…   Read Story »
Last we saw Steve Buscemi and Vampire Weekend, they were meeting for the first time and Buscemi was offering the band tips on self-promotion. With less than a week left before the Vamps' American…   Read Story »
Here's the first making-of video leading up to Vampire Weekend's Steve Buscemi-directed UNSTAGED performance at NYC's Roseland Ballroom on 4/28. We saw a quick teaser of what's to come yesterday, but…   Read Story »
The great American character actor Steve Buscemi is directing Vampire Weekend's forthcoming Unstaged webcast, which will broadcast live from the band's 4/28 show at Roseland. They've already teased…   Read Story »
By way of promoting their new album Modern Vampires Of The City, Vampire Weekend have now gone a place that not too many indie bands have gone before: The style section of GQ. The magazine has just…   Read Story »