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The Arcade Fire

Interview by John Doran, Disorder, December 2005

In such a time of emotional flux for the Arcade Fire; losing close family members, founder members getting married, recording an album of immense beauty, ...

Arcade Fire: Neon Bible

Review by Mike Diver, Drowned in Sound, March 2007

FORGET your wake adages: this isn't the post-Funeral party, the celebratory exhalation of relief following the enduring of an impossible to pinpoint pain. ...

Keep the Faith: The Arcade Fire

Profile and Interview by Paul Morley, Observer Music Monthly, March 2007

Love, death, religion, war: Arcade Fire explore such epic themes in so thrilling a fashion that critics, fans and their rock star peers find themselves ...

Arcade Fire: Neon Bible

Review by Jude Rogers, New Statesman, March 2007

MONTREAL'S ARCADE FIRE are the band of the moment. To the critical mob and clued-up music fans, they are the fresh-faced heirs to the epic-pop ...

Arcade Fire: Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, Asheville, NC

Live Review by Fred Mills, Harp, May 2007

WHAT A difference a couple of years makes. Or do they? ...

Arcade Fire: Spontaneous Combustion - The Return Of Arcade Fire

Profile by Andy Gill, Independent, The, July 2010

Arcade Fire's first album catapulted the unconventional Canadian outfit into the rock stratosphere, drawing eulogies from Springsteen, Bowie, Byrne and more. Six years later, their ...

Arcade Fire: The Suburbs

Review by Mike Diver, bbc.co.uk, August 2010

IF 2007'S NEON BIBLE was supposed to be Arcade Fire's difficult second album, it didn't show. Top marks from a cavalcade of critical tomes saw the Montreal ...

Arcade Fire Go Big at Madison Square Garden

Live Review by Will Hermes, Rolling Stone, August 2010

A FEW YEARS BACK, U2 used Arcade Fire's recording of 'Wake Up' to pump up arena crowds before they hit the stage. ...

Arcade Fire: "It's a lot easier to get smaller"

Interview by Dorian Lynskey, Guardian, The, February 2011

WITH A No. 1 album on both sides of the Atlantic, Arcade Fire are on the verge of U2-scale stardom. But, ever the provocateurs, they ...

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