News featuring Feist

The following news stories mention Feist. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 7 hours ago.

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Thursday 14th August

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Wednesday 13th August

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Saturday 26th July

  • Lewis' 'Romantic Times,' Unicorns' Expanded Reunion Plans and Bass Coast's Headdress Ban in Our News Roundup

    With another workweek fading into memory, we're back to get nostalgic on the week that was. Here are just some of the news stories that graced the pages of the last several days.

    First off, the mystery regarding elusive Canadian artist Lewis deepened substantially this week. First off, following the stellar reissue of his 1983 L'Amour album recently, a second LP from the artist suddenly popped up on eBay. Called Romantic Times, the album has gone on to fetch a top bid of over $1,700. However, if that sounds a little steep to you, the folks over at Light in the Attic did us all a serious solid by announcing a reissue is on its way soon. On the downside, we still don't really know who Lewis is.

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’14 Jul 22 Tue

Tuesday 22nd July

  • Neil Young, Feist, Grimes Team Up for David Suzuki's "Blue Dot Tour"

    This fall famed Canadian environmental campaigner David Suzuki will be spreading his message across the country with his Blue Dot Tour. To help attract attention to the good cause, the Vancouver activist is bringing along a host of Canadian musicians and other artistic figures. The shows on this coast-to-coast trek are billed as "An Evening with David Suzuki." It's being called his "last national tour," and musical performers who appear at various dates include Neil Young, Feist, Grimes, Metric members Emily Haines and Jimmy Shaw, Blue Rodeo members Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor, Joel...Read More

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Friday 18th July

  • Chilly Gonzales and Boys Noize Team Up as Octave Minds, Premiere "In Silence"

    Canadian composer Chilly Gonzales is no stranger to collaboration, having previously partnered with Jamie Lidell, Feist and, more recently, Daft Punk. Now, it appears the classically trained pianist is adding another electronic collaborator to his belt: Berlin producer Boys Noize. ...Read More

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  • Play It Right: An Interview with Sylvan Esso

    They were backup singers for Feist. A remix project happened between them. Now, Sylvan Esso's debut album is a thing to behold.

    "I got a phone it beeps/Makes me know I'm not alone," sings Amelia Meath on Sylvan Esso's eponymous debut album. She could be singing about Nick Sanborn. After performing in Milwaukee on the same bill with separate acts -- Meath with her a cappella folk group Mountain Man (who also sang backup for Feist on tour); Sanborn as his solo electronic persona Made of Oak -- the two struck up a rapport that eventually led…

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’14 Jul 1 Tue

Tuesday 1st July

  • AroarA – “#4″ (Stereogum Premiere)

    Andrew Whiteman is better known for his work in Broken Social Scene, and Ariel Engle has found success touring in Feist’s band, but together as AroarA they’ve crafted something all their own. Soon they’ll release In the Pines, their full-length, inspired by a poetry collection from avant-garde writer Alice Notley. All the tracks are titled [...]

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’14 Jun 30 Mon

Monday 30th June

  • 'Begin Again' in theaters now (CeeLo & Mos Def included)

    by PSquared

    So, are you planning on heading out to the movies this weekend? Well, if you are like the majority of people out there who will be, then it's to see a bunch of giant Autobots and Decepticons who turn into cars and trucks and blow up shit all over the place. Yes, as you may have heard, Michael Bay's next playful orgy of destruction, Transformers:Age of Extinction, opens tomorrow. I've seen it and while at times fun, it's mindless stupidity can be somewhat tiring after two-and-a-half plus hours (the longest Transformers yet). Imagine the head blowing up scene in David Cronenberg's Scanners with less blood and lots more loud explosions over and over and over.....

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Thursday 5th June

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Monday 2nd June

  • Wilco On World Cafe

    Hear a session by the revered band and special guest Feist, performing songs from Wilco (The Album).

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