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Last night the Yeah Yeah Yeahs took the stage at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. They released the new album Mosquito (which we really enjoyed) earlier this year, and are now closing in on the end…   Read Story »
Yeah Yeah Yeahs leader Karen O put together the score for director Spike Jonze's last movie, his 2009 adaptation of Where The Wild Things Are. Jonze is about to unveil his next film -- Her, with…   Read Story »
Saturday at Outside Lands was a typical second day at festivals. The sets ran smoother, there were less technical problems, and the crowds seemed a little more laid back after the initial day 1…   Read Story »
According to the signs posted at Yeah Yeah Yeahs shows, Nick, Brian, and Karen are highly against people filming while YYYs music is being played. Of course, those are live show rules, and certainly…   Read Story »
Camera phones have been interfering with sight lines at concerts for years. Why, it was way back in 2010 that legendary opponents of contemporary culture the Black Crowes took an aesthetic stand…   Read Story »
Two massively important alt-rock greats returned to the music-video earlier today, and neither of them is on this list. The Pixies' "Bag Boy," their first new song in nine years, soundtracked a…   Read Story »
Patrick Daughters has directed a lot of great videos, but he'll probably always be most famous for helming the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' iconic "Maps" clip. So it's fitting that Daughters has once again…   Read Story »
Yeah Yeah Yeahs' new one Mosquito has gotten a bit lost in the recent flood of gigantic blockbuster albums, but the album still rules hard. So consider this to be something of a reminder: Last night…   Read Story »
You don't throw a music festival on the beach and neglect to invite Best Coast. Gulf Shores isn't what Bethany Cosentino had in mind when she named her band, but even she saw the parallels: "This…   Read Story »
The video for "Sacrifice," the first single from the new Yeah Yeah Yeahs album Mosquito, was a pretty great widescreen event-video sort of thing, deeply satisfying on an old-school MTV-ready level.…   Read Story »