What was in, what was out and who stole the show.
The Splendour headliners are back.
From the ‘Peter Rabbit’ soundtrack.
After spending studio time with Kanye earlier this year.
The waiting game continues.
Internet sleuths are on the case.
He’s even revealed a working title.
They’ve reportedly signed a new deal in preparation.
Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig addresses departure of co-founder Rostam Batmanglij.
“My identity as a songwriter + producer, I realized, needs to stand on its own”
After delighting punters with his band Vampire Weekend at last year’s Falls Festival, Chris Baio is returning to Australia for a pair of solo club shows. Under his solo monicker Baio, the award winning DJ and producer will visit our shores next month to perform two shows in Sydney and Melbourne, previewing tracks off his
It’s almost two years to the date since Vampire Weekend release their third album Modern Vampires Of The City but it seems like a fourth LP is still in the distant future. In an interview for No Effects Podcast (Via CoS) frontman Ezra Koenig said the band were currently in the “off-period” and “working on
Triple j will next week release their 10th Like A Version compilation album and to celebrate a decade of covers the station is hosting a day filled with some of the segment’s most memorable performances. Adding to the celebrations, Brisvegas indie outfit Ball Park Music stopped by the studio to perform a cover of Vampire
SBTRKT, the musical project of producer Aaron Jerome, has announced the release of his highly-anticipated sophomore album, titled Wonder Where We Land and dropped its first single, New Dorp, New York which features Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig. The UK producer debuted the track on BBC Radio 1, telling the station it’s “a funny tune
In a bizarre melding of worlds, the creator of a parody Seinfeld twitter account has launched a new online video game where players taking either the role of Jerry Seinfeld or Cosmo Kramer attempt to throw mints into an open surgery wound, while Vampire Weekend‘s Ezra Koenig sings an a cappella version of the show’s
New Zealand pop sensation Lorde may not have taken out the Hottest 100, but she’s the bookies’ favourite for Grammy Record Of The Year, with the 17-year-old at 8/11 to win the category with her smash Royals when the awards ceremony takes place later today. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have already taken out Best Rap