Posts Tagged ‘feist’

Canada’s Polaris Music Prize Releases Short List for 2013

The Polaris Music Prize, Canada’s annual celebration of the best in homegrown music, has cut its nominees down to the final ten. The breadth and scope of selections is pretty wide, ranging from the huge woodwind... Read more »

Watch Broken Social Scene and Feist Perform Together on Fallon

Last night on Jimmy Fallon the original Broken Social Scene lineup, including the lovely Feist, got together to play “Almost Crimes” and “7/4 Shoreline” off 2002’s You Forgot It In People. Celebrating their reunion for Arts &... Read more »

30 “Indie” Musicians Who Aren’t Actually Indie

Before there was indie music, there was underground music, which was essentially the same thing as what we now call indie, except, as the name implies, no one knew about it. In the '70s and '80s,... Read more »

Listen to Songs From The Twilight Soundtrack by St. Vincent, Passion Pit, and Ellie Goulding

It’s a little frustrating for non-Twilight fans to admit that the soundtrack to the final installment of the Twilight Saga might actually be good. Featuring contributions from St. Vincent, Passion Pit, Feist, and Ellie Goulding, it’s... Read more »

Mr. Dibbs – “Deadworld Reborn”

The denizens of the underground hip-hop world instantly know what time it is when Mr. Dibbs’ name gets shouted out, but do they know that he was clinically dead after the “quiet release” of Deadworld? As... Read more »

Video: Feist – “Graveyard”

A picture’s worth a thousand words (though now that we’ve got Facebook, the value’s probably diminished a bit), but a few extra words usually don’t hurt when it comes to explaining your art. Feist doesn’t want... Read more »

Video: Feist – “Anti-Pioneer”

At her most famous moments, Feist could be described as cute. At her best, she’s much more than that. In this new clip for “Anti-Pioneer,” she enlists director Martin de Thurah for a sultry, classy set of... Read more »

Watch the Interactive Video For Feistodon’s “A Commotion”

Remember Feistodon, the split-single that featured Mastodon covering Feist, and Feist covering Mastodon released for Record Store Day? Well, for those who were panicked because the record sold out, it is now available digitally. Along with... Read more »

Pitchfork Music Festival In Photos

Pitchfork’s history of supporting good music is undeniable, and every year their festival in Chicago reflects that. This year’s Pitchfork Music Festival was as exciting as ever, bringing together a diverse group of artists like Grimes,... Read more »

Video: Feist – “Bittersweet Melodies”

The concept behind the video for Feist‘s “Bittersweet Melodies” is pretty interesting. Utilizing Argentinian photographer Irina Werning’s photos from her Back to the Future series, old photographs of the subjects are placed next to photographs of... Read more »

Video: Feist – “The Bad In Eachother”

Feist gets deep for her latest video, opting to use this opportunity to give a look at some small slices of the human experience. Leslie explained through a series of tweets: “This video captures glimpses of something... Read more »

Video: Feist Covers Guns N’ Roses’ “November Rain”

When you imagine a Feist concert, you probably think of cardigans, the subtle swaying of a lulled audience, and the sweet voice of Leslie gently bouncing around the room. When Feist hit Mexico City, things played... Read more »

Feist – “How Come You Never Go There (Beck Remix)”

Feist’s “How Come You Never Go There” is a good song. It’s structure, melody, and soothing tone are all instantly lovable, distinct and sensible. It’s like a warm winter sweater, impossible not to feel comfortable in.... Read more »

Video: Feist “How Come You Never Go There”

Here’s Feist‘s new video for her lovable, coffeeshop-appropriate single “How Come You Never Go There,” off the recently released album Metals. For this one, she does some slow hippie-dancing in the forest. I’m down. You know... Read more »

Video: Feist – “The Undiscovered First” (Black Cab Session)

The lovely and abundantly talented Feist was featured in a Black Cab Session earlier this week performing “The Undiscovered First,” a personal favourite off of her most recent album Metals. The video is of her literally... Read more »