Posts tagged "MGMT"

Watch ‘Leonardo DiCaprio’ Dance Like a Goof at Coachella

Whether they're getting paid to be there or not, lots of celebrities take in the sights and sounds at Coachella every year. And sometimes those…
By: Dan Reilly / April 14, 2014

The 40 Best Albums of 2008

Change! Crisis! Hope! Meltdown! You betcha! The past 366 days (happy belated leap year!) have been such a roller-coaster ride of apocalyptic dread and yes-we-ca…
By: SPIN Staff / February 27, 2014

MGMT Want You To Play Cowbell With Them Onstage

MGMT's most recent appearance on the Late Show With David Letterman happened way back in August, but the memory of that thoroughly bizarre performance live…
By: Kyle McGovern / November 22, 2013

Watch MGMT’s Freaky Outer Space Ballet in ‘Alien Days’ Video

MGMT now have a trilogy of outré music videos for their problematic, self-titled third album. Following the absurd "Your Life is a Lie" clip and…
By: Kyle McGovern / October 31, 2013

MGMT Play It Straight for Once on ‘Jools Holland’

MGMT tend to go grand on camera. Their music videos either pack in oddball imagery at a steady clip (see the bizarre, restless "Your Life…
By: Kyle McGovern / October 18, 2013

MGMT Casts Michael K. Williams as Dystopian Omar in ‘Cool Song No. 2′ Video

MGMT's self-titled third LP may be "a confused, confusing album," but it's not without its charms. "Cool Song No. 2" is a brooding psychedelic rumbler…
By: Chris Martins / September 17, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Elvis Costello and the Roots, Sebadoh, MGMT, and More

Welcome the long-awaited weekend by streaming new albums from Elvis Costello and the Roots, Sebadoh, the Dirtbombs, and (if you dare) MGMT. Find all those…
By: Kyle McGovern / September 13, 2013

See MGMT ‘Wow’ ?uestlove in Scuba-Geared ‘Fallon’ Fish Serenade

The last time MGMT played a late-night show, the results were... interesting. Core members Benjamin Goldwasser and Andrew VanWyngarden led a dull, lifeless performance of…
By: Kyle McGovern / September 12, 2013

MGMT’s Muddled Third Album Will Leave You Just as Confused as They Seem to Be

Among the things for which we should be grateful to Spandau Ballet: the blood-simple guitar hook anchoring their 1983 global hit "True." Hip-hop and R&B…
By: Alfred Soto / September 11, 2013

Stream MGMT’s Synth-Wielding, Self-Titled Third Album Now

Here's your first listen to an album MGMT have suggested not everyone will be able to understand on first listen. (We certainly didn't. Read SPIN'…
By: Marc Hogan / September 9, 2013
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