“That is the best we’ve ever played that song” beams Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler at the conclusion of the calypso …
The typeface and image resembled the cover of Arcade Fire’s coming album ... This event was about surging crescendos and arena-size, clap-along beats. As “Here Comes the Night Time” accelerated with the momentum of a carnival …
An encore of Here Comes the Night Time brought explosions of shiny paper, while Arcade Fire flipped from space rock to samba and back to arty disco. Glastonbury, you’re in for a treat.
Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler had the last ... joined the real musicians and a representation of Pope Francis onstage during “Here Comes the Night Time.” An exuberant “Wake Up,” with its “uh oh oh” refrain, capped the set and …
An Arcade Fire show really is better than all the rest. The chemistry and harmony between the band was obvious …
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Fans of Arcade Fire might be feeling a bit of culture shock ... but it does incorporate many specific dance rhythms — "Here Comes the Night Time," for example, evokes the Haitian street music known as rara in its faster moments. 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 ... “Here Comes the Night Time.” In a band populated by multi-instrumentalists rummaging among steel drums, hurdy gurdy, mandolin, piano, organ, guitars, accordion and violin, Will Butler is the wildest card. He’s no longer …
After all the fuss, the pseudo-fake news hijinks, and the celebrations and criticisms of its new album Everything Now, Arcade Fire took over the Bell ... s falsetto “ooh-ooh-ooh” hook. Here Comes the Night Time was embellished by a …
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