the concert proved that Arcade Fire remains an imposing contender for the title of the world’s best rock band. Set list: Everything Now; Signs of Life; Rebellion (Lies); Here Comes the Night Time; No Cars Go; Electric Blue; Put Your …
The show ended triumphantly, just shy of the two hour mark, with the encore-ending Wake Up from their 2004 debut, Funeral, after an explosion of confetti, streamers and steam concluded the new song, Here Comes The Night Time, …
“Sounds are happening all around you,” muses Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler ... infectious disco of the title track or the Caribbean percussion of “Here Comes the Night Time,” but another to hear Butler referencing Soren Kierkegaard’s ...
A traditional Haitian rara band loudly snaked through the crowd, its insistent drums and horns drawing the members of Arcade Fire to a small outdoor ... particularly the song "Here Comes the Night Time." It builds to a rara-inspired …
An Arcade Fire show really is better than all the rest. The chemistry and harmony between the band was obvious …
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The stage at the Bushwick warehouse where Arcade Fire was supposed to play their “secret ... So welcome, humans.” The night ended with “Here Comes the Night Time,” a mellow, dubby new jam that the crowd recognized from the …
Haitian rhythms have infused Arcade Fire songs from the beginning, but they’re even stronger on “Reflektor”— especially in “Here Comes the Night Time,” which switches between the breakneck percussive rush of Haiti’s rara carnival …
"Arcade Fire, Please Don't Ask Me to Wear 'Formal Attire' to Your Arena Show," read the headline of a Slate piece ... "We were going to make 'Here Comes the Night Time' costumes in black with LED lights. This was us copping out." …
Then over to the Haitian percussion jam at the end of “Here Comes The Night Time,” or the reggae vibe of “Flashbulb Eyes.” If you thought Arcade Fire were absorbing new sounds into their oeuvre, turns out they were just reflektors. And …
Even before Wednesday night’s Arcade Fire show began ... saxophones and sung-through megaphones all fuelled the party. That said, Here Comes the Night Time and Chemisty slowed it down during the often mellow night, the latter …