Posts tagged "Klaxons"

Dance Tracks of the Week: El Guincho Joins John Talabot’s Hivern Label as Tranc.es

Tranc.es, Tranc.es 4&5 (Hivern Disc) From John Talabot's Hivern Disc label comes a new act named Tranc.es, making not trance but choppy, cut-and-paste house music…
Philip Sherburne / February 6, 2014

James Murphy Teams With Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Klaxons, Holy Ghost!

"Bitch, I'm James Murphy," raps Das Racist member Kool A.D. on a track from his solo mixtape The Palm Wine Drinkard, which is Lou Reed-and-Metallica…
Marc Hogan / February 16, 2012

FREE MUSIC: Gorillaz, Yeasayer, Klaxons + More

Artists worldwide got into the holiday spirit in 2010, offering up free downloads, brand new videos, and more. Here's a recap of what's out there…
Peter Gaston / December 27, 2010

Klaxons Unleash Rave-Worthy Set in NYC

It's been three long years since Klaxons set the British music press into another tizzy with their Mercury Prize-winning debut, Myths of the Near Future.
John Macdonald / September 21, 2010

SPIN.com’s Best of the Week

This week, Kings of Leon debuted the video for their new song "Radioactive," the xx took home Britain's prestigious Mercury Prize, and Metallica revealed pla…
SPIN Staff / September 11, 2010

Klaxons, ‘Surfing the Void’ (Polydor)

These British dance-rockers' 2007 debut spurred the U.K. press to invent the genre tag "nü-rave," but Klaxons' follow-up makes clear that their use of air-raid…
Spencer Kornhaber / August 23, 2010

WATCH: Klaxons Debut New Video

British nu-rave band Klaxons have released a video for "Echoes," the first single off their August 23 release Surfing the Void, and other than the…
Avery Spofford / July 19, 2010

LISTEN: Klaxons Release First Song in Three Years

Brit nu-rave outfit Klaxons have released "Flashover," their first new music since their breakout 2007 debut Myths Of The Near Future. So how've the lad…
William Goodman / May 26, 2010

Klaxons Hope to Make “First Great Record of Next Decade”

Recording a second album to follow a hit debut can be a daunting task -- just ask the Klaxons.
Melissa Goldstein / June 18, 2009
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