Phoenix perform at the Le Chateau de Versailles

Darwin Cosico Contributor

By Darwin Cosico in New Music on Monday 2 September 2013

French outfit Phoenix recently performed a session for the website La Blogothèque’s long-running Take Away Shows series, in which the band perform a stripped-down rendition of their track, Entertainment, off their fifth studio album Bankrupt!. The video was filmed at dawn in the empty gardens of Le Chateau de Versailles. It was filmed with a drone, in one continuous […]

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Funny dance compilation for Daft Punk’s Get Lucky

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By Simon James in Video on Wednesday 12 June 2013

The folks of the Huffington Post make funny and satirical web videos for people who want a little more meat on the bone of their comedy chicken than just finger-pointy-ha-ha. Eschewing knee-jerk snark, they often use a blizzard of cinema & pop culture references to make their laughs broader, warmer even. Check out their video […]

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Entertainment: the epic new music video from Phoenix

Annie Churdar Contributor

By Annie Churdar in New Music on Friday 26 April 2013

The video for Entertainment, the first single from Phoenix’s album Bankrupt!, is a dozen Asian soap operas mashed together to create the most epic visual experience possible. I love all the colours and confusing drama. Even though the song lyrics are in English, Phoenix masterfully creates the feeling of confusion typically experienced while watching a foreign film.

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Brazilian duo The Twelves remix M.I.A’s Boyz

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By Raoni Marqs in New Music on Thursday 1 September 2011

Brazilian duo The Twelves are the country’s most prominent electronic musicians, worldwide famous for remixing artists such as M.I.A. and Fever Ray. They’re the third group to feature on Kitusne’s compilation, Tabloid, after Digitalism and Phoenix.

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UltraChorus

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By Casper Johansson in New Music on Friday 20 March 2009

The highly polished electronic sound of Minneapolis band UltraChorus falls somewhere between Hot Chip and Phoenix, bringing a cut and paste indie rock aesthetic to late nineties Hip-Hop and R&B. We have their debut single, Words Kept Talking [listen below], available for free download in our Music Download section.

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