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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 »
This past weekend Larmer Tree Gardens, near Salisbury, Wiltshire, hosted the fifth annual End Of The Road Festival. This year's lineup continued the festival's peripheral deviation from its folk,…   Read Story »
A lot of times I compare live performances to how that band sounds on their album. At Pitchfork Festival, Saturday was really about how artists worked with the big crowd and the daytime heat (the…   Read Story »
Members of Wolf Parade have done a bit of explaining about the band's third album EXPO 86. We were told the main criteria Spencer Krug had for the songs was "whether or not [he] would dance to them."…   Read Story »