Nick Zinner, guitarist for the New York indie rock band Yeah Yeah Yeahs, has been taking photographs since he was in high school. Unfortunately, he was born with a mild binocular vision disorder, which means that he has no depth perception and sees the world mostly flat – like a photograph.
While the glory days of the garage rock band may be over, New York 3 piece Yeah Yeah Yeahs seem to be finding their footing quite fine, even with all those synthesizers in hand. It seems that the Yeah Yeah Yeahs have never been fans of conformity or order and Mosquito (the band’s fourth studio album) is a perfect continuation of this trend.
Confetti System artists, Nicholas Andersen and Julie Ho, create installations and sets using materials such as tissue paper, cardboard and silk and have collaborated with some of the hippest brands and bands around, including Opening Ceremony and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. I spied their decorations decking out the halls of Lane Crawford department store in […]
Athens, Georgia trio Romanenko describes its sound as ‘Mary Timony fronting the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’, which seems to refer to the way that guitarist and vocalist J. Marston’s quasi-depressing but thoughtful vocals punctuate concise and imaginative punk-influenced pop songs. The band’s self-produced 2009 album Squid Record takes listeners on a journey through myriad moods of […]
We have a vinyl, poster, and CD of the awesome new Yeah Yeah Yeahs album, It’s Blitz!, to give away. But wait, there’s more. We’ll also throw a Diana F+ Lomo camera into the kitty. To enter, simply leave a message, and the name of the city you live in, below this post. Yeah Yeah Yeah!
The dynamic and interesting metropolis of Chicago was the epicenter of a huge phenomena early this month. Heavy storms of rock and roll mixed with indie winds and intense electro sun rays smashed Grant Park. More than 250,000 people were reported wearing wristbands, fashionista hats, sunglasses and shorts. They danced for three days, non-stop. After an overdose of musical heat and good vibes, the only word they would say was Lollapalooza! [Photo via Frumpyali]