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By now, everyone with a particular interest in the Yeah Yeah Yeahs will have likely formed their own opinion to the band's newly unleashed fourth album, Mosquito. Judging by early reviews, opinion on…   Read Story »
You'd think that the giant outdoor stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live! was invented for a band like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, but apparently not, since the band played the studio's smaller indoor spot when they…   Read Story »
New York City producers Tommie Sunshine and Live City collaborated on a remix of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs "Sacrilege," the debut single off of the band's recent release Mosquito. The original track has a…   Read Story »
“It’s the homeland!” one of the girls on the hotel shuttle yelped as we neared the festival. It really begged the question -- who is the most common Coachella archetype? The only data I have to…   Read Story »
Last night, Yeah Yeah Yeahs played a show at Webster Hall in New York. They performed a host of songs from the forthcoming Mosquito (out 4/16), including the live debuts of "Slave" and "Wedding…   Read Story »
In advance of their forthcoming record Mosquito, Yeah Yeah Yeahs played the Late Show With David Letterman last night. The band played "Sacrilege," a cut from the new record, backed by a New…   Read Story »
The first time the Yeah Yeah Yeahs played Baltimore, they played first on a four-band Ottobar bill, one headlined by skronk-punk out-of-towners Milemarker and Arab On Radar. The only locals on the…   Read Story »
I still haven't done the thing I talked about doing last week, opening this column up to late-night peformances or fan-taped camera-phone concert vids. I might still eventually do that, but this…   Read Story »
In this weekend's New York Times Magazine, reporter Lizzy Goodman writes long about New York art rock luminaries Yeah Yeah Yeahs in anticipation of their upcoming album Mosquito. The online version…   Read Story »
Last year, Brooklyn welcomed the inaugural edition of Great GoogaMooga, a food and music festival run by the folks behind Bonnaroo (Superfly) in a large and beautiful space (Prospect Park) that ruled…   Read Story »