Posts tagged "Neon Indian"

Watch Neon Indian’s video for ‘Fallout’

It's chock full of cartoon objectification.
In Music by Liza Eckert / February 28, 2012

Watch: New Neon Indian Video For ‘Polish Girl’

The video for "Polish Girl" off Neon Indian's new album "Era Extraña" hit the internet yesterday.
In Music by Carmel Lobello / September 13, 2011

Neon Indian Releases New Song Off ‘Era Extraña’

Download "Fallout" here.
In Music by Liza Eckert / July 28, 2011

Watch: Neon Indian’s ‘Heart Decay’ Part II Preview

Neon Indian is set to release new LP "Era Extraña" September 13th. Listen to the Part II of a the three-part instrumental movement "Heart Decay."…
In Music by DJ Pangburn / July 20, 2011

Watch Neon Indian Jam With The Antlers [Video]

The two bands recorded an eight-minute electrified version of The Antlers' "Rolled Together."…
In Music by Liza Eckert / May 9, 2011

Flaming Lips and Neon Indian Collaboration: “Is David Bowie Dying?” [Listen]

The Flaming Lips and Neon Indian release their 12" collaboration "Is David Bowie Dying?" Have a listen.
In Music by DJ Pangburn / March 26, 2011

New Neon Indian Video ‘Mind, Drips’

In the latest video for Texas Chillwavers Neon Indian, we see a new visual device meant to recreate the look of older ones.
In Music by Doug Bleggi / December 6, 2010

Phil Collins: Indie Rock’s New Muse

Phil Collins is the latest 80s pop icon to surge in influence in the last decade—Yeasayer, Neon Indian and Sleigh Bells sing his praises in the new video "Don't Fear It, Phil It." It's official: Phil Collins is the new Paul Simon.
In Music by Alex Moore / September 24, 2010

Ten Bands To Check Out On NPR's Bonnaroo Stream

Taking a page from their impressive live concert streams and in-studio performances, NPR, the place where everything from things to songs are considered, announced that they will be streaming performances from this year's Bonnaroo. Starting this weekend, NPR.org will feature over 25 shows from the prominent festival. In addition to the live streams, select concert…
In News by Colin Jones / June 7, 2010

Does Anyone Listen To Music At Rolling Stone?

In Rolling Stone Magazine's latest issue, which hit stands yesterday, they outlined what they believe to be 2010's best new bands (linked here). I was kind of appalled at their pitiful list. It contains a few good bands, but the problem is that not many of them are actually new. I don't really get…
In Music by Nick Nicoludis / March 18, 2010

New Neon Indian Song, "Sleep Paralysist," Produced by Grizzly Bear's Chris Taylor

Green Label, a record label aimed at pushing independent artists has just put out a new track by Neon Indian entitled "Sleep Paralysist." The label, which also got its hands dirty with indie-rock artists Matt & Kim, Chromeo, Holy Ghost!, Flosstradamus, The Cool Kids, and Solid Gold, to name a few, has posted…
In News by Amy Laviero / March 10, 2010

Everybody's Working For The Weekend: Neon Indian, Titus Andronicus, And More!

Get ready for some good NYC weekend shows to fill the two-day gap before you have to go back to the office, or, like many of us, sleep in and surf Craigslist for a job!
In Music by Amy Rose Spiegel / March 5, 2010

Neon Indian Does Jimmy Fallon; Announces Tour

For all you fans of Todd Rundgren out there, of which there should be many, you'll be happy to know that Neon Indian backbone Alan Palomo is of your number -- so much so that one of his songs samples directly from Rundgren's own library without offering any credit. The track "Deadbeat Summer," off Pitchfork…
In News by Shannon Hassett / February 10, 2010

Fall In Love With Awesome Bands This Valentine's Day

If you're looking for plans on Valentine's Day, there are tons of great shows that will surely impress the fine young music-lovin' thing you've got your eye on.  If you're single, you could just take this opportunity to try and make some groupie-style, extra-heavy eye contact with that bassist you always thought was sexy.  Who…
In Music by Amy Rose Spiegel / February 3, 2010

Music Video: Washed Out "Belong"

I guess there's a new name for the genre Ernest Greene (AKA Washed Out) revels in. I learned it today: Glow Fi. There are so many names for genres and sub-genres--I can't keep up. Oh well. If you like Neon Indian, Toro Y Moi check (i.e. Glow Fi) check out the new video from Mr.
In News by Isaac Lekach / December 16, 2009

Free Download: The Silent League "Here's A Star"

The Silent League make music to dream to. Their new record entitled ...but You've Always Been The Caretaker (which I'm told is a Scooby-Doo reference) won't be released until January 26th, but we've got treats for you! Click here to download "Here's A Star" and here to download the Neon Indian remix of…
In News by Isaac Lekach / November 24, 2009