Win Butler Silenced by ESPN’s Sage Steele After Winning MVP at NBA All-Star Celebrity Game in Toronto

Win Butler may have won MVP at the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game in Toronto on Friday night, but that didn’t prevent him from being silenced by ESPN reporter Sage Steele. Win Butler won MVP at the @NBA Celebrity All-Star Game,…

Sage Steele Shuts Down Win Butler When Talk Turns from Celebrities to Politics

Sage Steele shut down Win Butler, the MVP of Friday’s NBA All-Star Celebrity Game in Toronto on Friday night. When Butler started talking about things the U.S could learn from Canada, the ESPN reporter quickly pulled the mic away. “I…

Google Posts Arcade Fire’s YouTube Music Awards Performance

YouTube held its first music awards ceremony on Sunday. Jason Schwartzman and Reggie Watts hosted, and Arcade Fire, Lady Gaga, Eminem, M.I.A. and Avicii performed. Arcade Fire did their song Afterlife. and the YouTube Spotlight channel has posted this video…

Arcade Fire’s New Album Reflektor Is Free on YouTube, For Now

Without further ado – here’s the new Arcade Fire album, titled Reflektor, in its entirety: No, this isn’t a leak or some ill-gotten rip. This was released and promoted by Arcade Fire themselves. http://t.co/1uNTbhmNSJ — Arcade Fire (@arcadefire) October 24,…

Arcade Fire Gives Epic Performance On SNL

Arcade Fire’s upcoming album, “Reflektor”, gave them two singles to work with for their “Saturday Night Live” performance over the weekend, and the band delivered spectacularly with a stage full of musicians and some creative makeup. Of course, guest host…

Arcade Fire Releases Teaser Video

Canadian indie rock band, Arcade Fire released a teaser video for what it seems to be titled, “Reflektor.” The video flashes:Sept. 9, 9 p.m., the likely release date of the video. The band has been pretty hush-hush about the details…

Google Pushes Chrome With Arcade Fire Experiment

Music lovers and sentimental types who have been hesitant to try out Chrome now have a somewhat compelling reason to do so.  Google, Arcade Fire, and director Chris Milk have teamed up to create an experience that combines one of the band’s new songs with images of the viewer’s childhood home and bits of video.