Archive | M83


Some of our must-sees for Bumbershoot 2012 {Sept. 1-3}

There's plenty to dig into at this year's Bumbershoot Music Festival outside of the big-draw acts (Gotye, anyone?) that make the daily ticket price well worth every hard-earned dollar you're going to spend. There's an impressive comedy lineup, KEXP's always-awesome "secret" Music Lounge, endless vendors, and the sunny goodness of the Seattle Center grounds — […]

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Kyle Johnson's Top Ten Live Music Photos of 2008

Editor's note: TIG photographer Kyle Johnson has been quite busy this year. Taking the impeccable press and editorial photos as well as covering shows and festivals for TIG, Kyle has amassed a great portfolio for 2008. Here's a recap of his personal favs from the past year:   Grunge Lives in 2008! Green River at […]

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The sexy textures of School of Seven Bells tonight!

I love Happy Goth music, dark rhythms mixed with sensual female vocals, sinister beats and noise-candy textural guitar. Tonight at Neumos much-adored band M83 will be returning again for their many Seattle fans, but I am just as excited about opening band, Brooklyn's own School of Seven Bells. I shouldn't be surprised I'm so into […]

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Saturdays = Youth


Oh the French. The French music revolution has crept into our landscapes, filling our void with new and interesting sounds. There are rocking French bands like Phoenix and then there are the M83s of the French music scene — the kind of music that back in the day would have been labeled as "new age" […]

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"Pioneers" (M83 Remix) by Bloc Party

Remix albums are an odd entity. Most of the time they are, how do you say, completely, utterly, remarkably and fabulously unnecessary. How many “good” remix album can you think of off the top of your head? Not many. I remember enjoying things like Moby’s Everything is Wrong: Remixed and Mixed double disc, but that […]

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