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Vampire Weekend

Vampire Weekend

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  1. The Vampire Weekend bassist will release his new EP On&On&On&On/Missive on September 29th. FULL ARTICLE AT The Fader

  2. “New Dorp. New York” is the first single from Wonder Where We Land, the new album from the masked British producer SBTRKT, and it’s one of the strangest first ... FULL ARTICLE AT Stereogum

  1. Album review: SBTRKT, Wonder Where We Land

    How's this for an impressive array of friends: the girls from Warpaint, Vampire Weekend's chief crooner Ezra Koenig, pop singer Jessie Ware, and trap king AA$P Ferg ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Herald

  2. Gengahr - Powder

    Sounds like: Vampire Weekend, MGMT, Foxygen Song: Gengahr - Powder What's so good? With a name that will perplex many, London-based Gengahr bring a kind of "new" nostalgia to their ... FULL ARTICLE AT Indie Shuffle

  3. Vampire Weekend's Rostam Batmanglij shares Broadway composition 'Upper West Side, 1982'

    Batmanglij has written the original music for a new production of 'This Is Our Youth' FULL ARTICLE AT NME

  1. Vampire Weekend’s Rostam Batmanglij has recorded a soundtrack for the upcoming play This Is Our Youth , which stars Michael Cera, Tavi Gevinson , and Kieran Culkin , and is opening on ... FULL ARTICLE AT Pretty Much Amazing

  2. Vampire Weekend producer and multi-instrumentalist Rostam Batmanglij studied classical music, but he hasn’t made a whole lot of it, at least not since he became famous. But Batmanglij did ... FULL ARTICLE AT Stereogum

  3. SBTRKT - Higher (Ft. Raury)

    Sounds like: Chance The Rapper, Stwo, Flying Lotus Song: SBTRKT - Higher (Ft. Raury) What's so good? 2014: the year that rappers and some of the best producers in the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Indie Shuffle

  4. SBTRKT ‘s forthcoming new album has certainly turned a few heads, after a set of intriguing collaborations, including with Vampire Weekend’ s Ezra Koenig in “New Dorp. New York,” on ... FULL ARTICLE AT Pretty Much Amazing

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Vampire Weekend is an American indie rock band from New York, formed in 2006 and signed to XL Recordings. Vampire Weekend's name is derived from lead singer Ezra Koenig's amateur film of the same name. The band gained attention via a variety of blogs, such as Stereogum. The band is influenced by both African popular music and Western classical music, describing their genre of music as "Upper West... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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