Showing All "Yeah Yeah Yeahs" Posts

A few weeks ago, Willie Nelson covered a Coldplay song for a Chipotle online video. That was pretty weird! Now, Yeah Yeah Yeahs leader Karen O has covered the classic Willie Nelson/Waylon Jennings…   Read Story »
Oscar-winning industrialist Trent Reznor's working with The Social Network director David Fincher again, this time on the soundtrack for the forthcoming English-language film adaptation of Stieg…   Read Story »
Karen O appeared on the Jackass 3D soundtrack last year, and the band's "Heads Will Roll" was mashed and butchered with "Thriller" on Glee. Otherwise we haven't heard much lately from the Yeah Yeah…   Read Story »
Nick Zinner is going to be spinning in the coffin he sleeps in after he feeds when he hears this. It's Glee's mix of "Heads Will Roll" and "Thriller," which will appear in the show's Super Bowl…   Read Story »
With Matador's 21st birthday out of the way and the Pavement reunion coming to a somewhat acrimonious close therein, the gaze of pop cultural nostalgia shifts a few years to the right on the timeline…   Read Story »
The between Metropolitan and N. 3rd, in fact, at the small, and according to various reports and tweets, steamy/sweaty Secret Project Robot storefront on Kent Ave., close to Glasslands and the…   Read Story »
Dave Sitek's Karen O-featuring Maximum Balloon track showed up on the project's MySpace page. You've previously heard "Absence Of Light," "Tiger," "If You Return," and "Groove Me." "Communion"…   Read Story »
Almost a year after we first heard It's Blitz, its "Maps" moment gets lovely video treatment. Karen, Brian, and Nick (dis)appear in the clip as wispy, diaphanous ghosts, or angels, an ethereal effect…   Read Story »
It was a tumultuous year for late night laffs, with Jimmy Fallon joining the fray, Conan taking over Tonight only to find awful Leno sink the NBC ship at 10PM, and Letterman enjoying career-high…   Read Story »
When the All Tomorrow's Parties festival first launched, the idea of canonizing an iconic album with a track-for-track live performance was still a novel concept. A decade later the album-recreation…   Read Story »