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Arcade Fire played the last show of their 74-date Reflektor tour in their hometown of Montreal. Throughout the tour, the band played over thirty different covers and performed them with people like…   Read Story »
Operators is the new wave project featuring Divine Fits members Dan Boeckner (Wolf Parade, Handsome Furs) and Sam Brown (New Bomb Turks, etc.) plus Devojka. We brought you a report from one of the…   Read Story »
Back in December we reported from one of the earliest shows by Operators, a new project matching Divine Fits bandmates Dan Boeckner and Sam Brown with keyboardist Devojka. The band is gearing up for…   Read Story »
Four days ago, Handsome Furs announced their breakup. But Dan Boeckner, the Wolf Parade co-leader who made up half of that duo, didn't take too long to get a new project going. Boeckner is now one of…   Read Story »
Moonface is the solo alias of the endlessly prolific Wolf Parade/Sunset Rubdown/Swan Lake man Spencer Krug. And someone will probably think this is sacrilege, but "Teary Eyes And Bloody Lips," the…   Read Story »
Wolf Parade/Sunset Rubdown/Swan Lake dude Spencer Krug, working under his Moonface alias, is getting set to drop new album With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery, on which he's backed by Finnish…   Read Story »
As you might remember, Wolf Parade announced their semi-permanent hiatus back in November. They played Sasquatch! over the weekend and wrapped up their time together with a one-off show in Vancouver…   Read Story »
They don't call it the dead of winter for nothing. (Ooof.) Sorry, but there's no easy segue from our holiday cheer into a post about the bummers of this year. Autumn is harvest, when we pick the new…   Read Story »
At the end of September Wolf Parade released a video for EXPO 86's "Yulia." Now that they're heading out on tour for a month, they've one-upped the offering with a new two-song single: On Side A…   Read Story »
Wolf Parade's Scott Coffey-directed video for EXPO 86 rocker "Yulia" features an astronaut love story that feels like a nod to Sub Pop labelmates of the past, the Postal Service. (Coffey's the guy…   Read Story »