Feist is back.
Returning to where she came from.
It may be that a sense of legitimacy has been lent to the holographic medium following the successful implementation of the technology in three simultaneous performances by Canadian artist Feist. The shows took place in three different cities in Canada – Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, as part of an event put together by Samsung. Feist
Canadian indie-rocker Leslie Feist and metal giants Mastodon‘s recent collaboration cover tracks have now been put up online. The two artists took on the challenge to put a new spin on other’s songs, only to bring us one of the most unique releases for this Record Store Day. Feist takes on Black Tongue from Mastodon’s
Feist has released a new video clip for her track Bittersweet Memories. It features the photography of Argentinian Irina Werning, whose Back To The Future series has people’s younger photos recreated in the same pose, lighting and style, but as they are now. Some of them are so close to the original it’s kind of
It is quite possibly one of the most awesome, unexpected and amazing collaborations this year. Soundwave 2012ers, Mastodon, have teamed up with the beautiful songstress Fiest to bring us one of the coolest releases this Record Store Day. Mastodon’s drummer, Brann Dailor, explained to Swedish rock magazine Metalshrine how the project came about, “We did
Those Mental maniacs Mastodon will be covering The Flaming Lips song A Spoonful Weighs a Ton as part of a Record Day on April 21st. Pitchfork say the cover will feature on a (apparently baby pink) 7-inch with The Flaming Lips original on side A and Mastodon’s cover on Side B. As previously reported, a
A massive crowd seems to spontaneously appear in anticipation for Canadian singer/songwriter Leslie Feist.
Feist has released a new video from her 2011 release, Metals, titled The Bad In Each Other. The video was shot in Mexico by Martin de Thurah, and is a look into how we interact as human beings. Here is Feist’s explanation of the video: “This video captures glimpses of something human. We get a
Canadian indie-rocker Leslie Feist revealed last year her interests in collaborating with metal band Mastodon. Now the Laneway sweetheart Feist has spoken on the cover of Mastodon classic. In an interview with news.com.au. Fiest said that after seeing Mastodon play on the Jools Holland Show, she was ‘blown away’. In the interview, she states that
Canadian indie-rocker Leslie Feist has recently revealed her interests in collaborating with metal band Mastodon, following on from the two acts recent appearance on music show Later… with Jools Holland. After talking about the possibility of a split record, Feist said “Brent was like, ‘Well, I do like that “Bad in Each Other” song, I
Feist has announced sideshows in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide to coincide with her Laneway festival performances. Feist last visited Australia for the 2008 Laneway Festivals before disappearing from the global spotlight for a few years.
You can now hear Joanna Newsom and Feist’s contributions to the soundtrack of the new film ‘The Muppets’.
Last night Feist, Bon Iver and Mastodon all played on the BBC show Later … With Jools Holland.
The St Jerome’s Laneway 2012 line-up is due to be announced on Monday but some artists have been leaking early. A Twitter post from the Heavenly Sounds crew has revealed that Feist will headline along with Mercury nominated singer Anna Calvi. The tweet appeared yesterday before it was quickly removed, which has lead to speculation
Feist has released her new, much-anticipated album Metals online as a full album stream. The album is due for official release on October 4th, but if you enter your email you can stream it below.
Feist has unveiled some new songs off of her upcoming new album Metals. The songs were taken from a surprise performance in Los Angeles on the weekend. Feist announced her new album back in July, after launching a mini-site which hosted a number of preview video clips revealing bits of songs, and album details. The
Feist has revealed the cover art for her upcoming album Metals. She wants fans to help assist her in the design by revealing it as a paint by numbers template, then giving her fans the oppurtunity to style the cover the way they like. Releasing the cover template on Facebook, she has encouraged fans to
Leslie Feist will return with a new album in October after going into an Icelandic recording studio in April. This will be the follow-up to her successful 2007 album, The Reminder. Yesterday she released the first of 12 cryptic video clips, this one simply captioned as ‘a glimpse’. The clip doesn’t give away too many