Tag: Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Franz Ferdinand
Aug 5, 2018
Osheaga
Montreal, Canada

Darren’s favourite photos from 2018

I was fortunate to once again photograph all of the festivals I did in 2017, including Canadian Music Week, Dragonboat, Montebello RockFest, Ottawa Bluesfest, Newport Folk Festival, Osheaga, CityFolk, and Beau’s Oktoberfest as well as many individual concerts. I like to try to capture some of the energy of the live shows in photos so I hope my photos convey some of […]

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Jon Batiste and Mavis Staples 
A Change Is Gonna Come
Newport Folk Festival 
2018 - 07 -29

Dina’s Favourite Photos of 2018

Like years past, this year I saw my share of shows. Being a contributor to The Revue, I am fortunate in that I can mesh many of my favourite things: live music, event photography, and gathering with friends. For the third year, I was able to photograph a pair of recognized and respected international music festivals as approved media. However, […]

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Osheaga 2018 in photos

When in Montreal, you are never short of things to see, do, eat, or drink. That said, the weekend of August 3th–5th has something unique, namely the three-day music and visual arts festival, Osheaga. It’s appeal has grown, given the magnitude of the festival and the number of local and international artists it hosts. One of its many attributes is that the […]

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Matthew Hock of Phosphorescent joins The National for a song

Mundo 10: Cool Cameos

It’s the time of year where giving is better than receiving, so we thought we would highlight some of our favourite “cameos”. A few months ago, we did create a list of celebrity guest stars on videos, but this list is focused on musicians who have played or sung backup for fellow stars (ok, some of the below are more […]

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Mundo Musique: Karen O’s ‘Crush Songs’

Mundo Musique: Karen O’s ‘Crush Songs’

Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O. has experimented with other projects for a few years.  She’s done movie soundtracks, an opera called Stop The Virgens, and a few shows here and there as Native Korean Rock.  And with the future of Yeah Yeah Yeahs seemingly on hold for the moment, it was only a matter of time before we heard […]

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New Single: Karen O releases “Rapt” from upcoming solo album

New Single: Karen O releases “Rapt” from upcoming solo album

Yesterday, Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O released a video for “Rapt”, the first track she’s shared from her upcoming solo debut Crush Songs. If the rest of the album is like “Rapt”, Crush Songs is a very fitting title. “Rapt” lyrically really does capture the feeling of a crush. It’s a lo-fi sounding song, but not in the way […]

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Mundo 5: Five Songs That Make Us Smile

Mundo 5: Five Songs That Make Us Smile

Music is an incredibly powerful art form, as it can make us feel a whole range of emotions. Music can be heart-wrenching; it can be beautiful, silly, serious, politically fueled, or just for fun; but the best music is music that makes the listener feel something.  A lot of the music I write about and listen to tends to be […]

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Mundo Musique: The Last Waltz and Other Great Concert Films

Mundo Musique: The Last Waltz and Other Great Concert Films

It’s Thanksgiving Day in the States, and that means it’s the anniversary of The Last Waltz concert, which became one of the greatest concert films of all time.  Today, to celebrate that occasion, I have decided to list some of my personal favorite concert films, and rockumentaries.  I know I left out a few, but I want to encourage you […]

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