Posts Tagged ‘The Neighbourhood’

2013: The Year I Wasn’t Anything

2012 was the year The Neighbourhood started buzzing. With songs like “Sweater Weather” and “Female Robbery,” they filled a void that has existed in popular music for years now. The music was catchy enough to be called... Read more »

The Neighbourhood – “Unfair”

The Neighbourhood gave away two free remixes today—courtesy of 4e and Twice As Nice—but fans were still asking for a new song. To cap off the Christmas celebration, the guys are giving fans what they want.... Read more »

The Neighbourhood – “Afraid (4e Remix)”

We first heard 4e with “Hesitatant Oath,” and now the Los Angeles production duo takes on “Afraid” for a remix, the second free offering Christmas gift of the day from The Neighbourhood. The 4e remix adds muscle... Read more »

The Neighbourhood – “Afraid (Twice As Nice Remix)”

It’s Christmas, which means a lot of things to a lot of people, and nothing at all to some people. But for the honest people in touch with the greed that burns from within us all,... Read more »

15 Free Songs You Should Download Right Now

Every Sunday we collect the best free music we can find and put it all in one place. If you fell behind or just feel like building up your iTunes, we've got you covered. Enjoy. ... Read more »

The Neighbourhood – “Silver”

Though The Neighbourhood has been diligently touring, making stops across the country, they’ve apparently also somehow managed to record new music for their fans. During their travels, the band wrote and recorded songs for a forthcoming... Read more »

Video: The Neighbourhood – “Afraid”

Last time we heard from The Neighbourhood, they ditched the black and white in favor of purple for a chopped not slopped remix of “Afraid,” and now they’re back with a striking video for the same... Read more »

Premiere: The Neighbourhood – “Afraid (Chopped Not Slopped Remix)”

Everything The Neighbourhood does is in black and white—press photos, music videos, cover art, clothing, even their live television performances. It has become a calling card of the band and a testament to their sense of... Read more »

Watch The Neighbourhood Perform “Sweater Weather” in Black and White on Conan

Last month we saw The Neighbourhood make their TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel, and this time we see them keeping color out of the picture with a black and white performance on Conan. Watch the band’s... Read more »

Watch The Neighbourhood’s Late Night Television Debut

The Neighbourhood have come a long way. When the band first started buzzing with “Female Robbery” and “Sweater Weather,” it was pretty clear that they had the potential to get big, and thanks to a steady... Read more »

The Neighbourhood – “$ting” & JMSN – “Fool”

To celebrate their tour, The Neighbourhood is teaming up with their tour mates to deliver some new music while they’re out performing across the country. Their latest offerring is “$ting,” paired with JMSN’s “Fool” and premiered on... Read more »

The Neighbourhood – “No Grey” & The 1975 – “Milk”

Despite the fact that The Neighbourhood dropped their debut only about a month ago, they’ve been steadily releasing more new material in the form of split 7″ singles that are only available at their shows. Today,... Read more »

Premiere: The Neighbourhood – “West Coast” & Lovelife – “Every Minute”

To celebrate their very first national headline run, The Neighbourhood is releasing three limited split 7″ singles that will feature new material from the band and their supporting acts, Lovelife, The 1975, and JMSN. The singles will... Read more »

The Week on Twitter with Grimes, Hudson Mohawke, and The Neighbourhood

This week on Twitter was a little less colorful with the deactivation of Azealia Bank’s Twitter account, but our favorite personalities came through as usual. Grimes thinks about playing a show for a new audience, Hudson Mohawke has... Read more »

Album Stream: The Neighbourhood – “I Love You.”

The first time we heard The Neighbourhood, we didn’t know much, but over the past year they’ve rolled out quite an intricate plan, slowly developing their aesthetic and revealing more about themselves through the music, the... Read more »