Entries in Sleigh Bells (36)


[Listen] araabMUZIK Remixes Tourmates Sleigh Bells, Releases Solo Track

Sleigh Bells' guitarist Derek Miller is all healed up after a skateboarding accident left him with an arm fracture, which tourmate araabMUZIK took as an opportunity to put together a congratualtory remix of their song "Never Say Die". The remix is a heavy dose of shredding guitar riffs and brash, pounding percussion, with the producer putting his MPC to work. Stream the remix below.

Along with the remix, araabMUZIK has let loose a brand new solo cut, a head rattling dubstep-infused hip-hop beat titled "Runaway Bass". Check it out below, and after the jump, you can check out dates for Sleigh Bells and araabMUZIK's current tour.

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[Watch] Sleigh Bells - "End of The Line" (Official Video)

In the new video for Sleigh Bells' melancholic cut "End of The Line", guitarist Derek Miller races around on a BMX while vocalist Alexis Krauss squirms around in a doily-turn-nightgown. Check out the clip above to see Miller ride with unrelenting determination.

Sleigh Bells' sophomore LP Reign of Terror is out now via Mom+Pop Music.


[News] Sleigh Bells Announce Fall Tour with AraabMuzik

Following a pretty successful start to the year following the release of their album Reign of Terror, Sleigh Bells have announced another tour, this time they'll take along AraabMuzik for the ride. The band also have a few dates later in August with Refused. Make the jump to check out all of the dates which start in LA next month, and take them through to November in Minneapolis. 

If you're eager you can purchase pre-sale tickets over here.

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[News] Sleigh Bells Extend Summer Tour

Brooklyn rockers Sleigh Bells have announced additional dates for their summer tour. In addition to their shows with Hot Chip, Jel, and Class Actres, the duo will also be playing select shows with Refused in August. The band will also be making appearances at Pitchfork Festival, Pukkelpop, Reading and Leeds Festivals, and more. The tour is in support of the recent sophmore release Reign of Terror, so make sure you have that one memorized before you head out to catch them this summer. Have a look at the dates below.


Sleigh Bells Tour Dates:
7/2/12              Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground ** %
7/3/12              Boston, MA @ House of Blues ** %
7/5/12              Montreal, QC @ Corona %
7/6/12              Ottawa, ON @ Lebreton Flats Park (Ottawa Blues Festival)
7/7/12              Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom ** %
7/9/12              Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues ** %
7/10/12            Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection ** %
7/12/12            Kansas City, MO @ Beaumont Club %
7/13/12            Louisville, KY @ Forecastle Fest
7/14/12            Chicago, IL @ Pitchfork Festival
7/16/12            Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage %
7/17/12            Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theater ** %
7/18/12            Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls ** %
7/20/12            Philadelphia, PA @ Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing (Making Time 12th Anniversary HYPER-RAGER w/ Dave P & Sammy Slice + Making Time resident DJs)

7/21/12            New York, NY @ Converse City Carnage NYC (Free Show) +
7/22/12            Washington, DC @ Merriweather Post Paviliion # @
8/15/12            Paredes de Coura, Portugal @ Paredes De Coura Festival
8/18/12            Hasslet, Belgium @ Pukkelpop
8/19/12            Biddinghuizen, Netherlands @ Lowlands Festival
8/21/12            Glasgow, Scotland @ Oran Mor
8/22/12            Edinburgh, Scotland @ Liquid Room
8/24/12            Reading, England @ Reading Festival
8/25/12            Leeds, England @ Leeds Festival
8/28/12            Seattle, WA @ The Paramount *
8/29/12            Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater *
8/31/12            San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium *
9/1-2/12           Los Angeles, CA @ FYF
9/27/12            Champaign, IL @ Pygmalion Festival
9/29/12            Cincinnati, OH @ Midpoint Festival

*          With Refused
**        With Class Actress
%         With Jel
#          With Hot Chip
@        With James Murphy (DJ set)
+          With Rye Rye, Jel and Mr. Dream


[Watch] Sleigh Bells - "Demons" (Official Video)

Early this morning we posted the Diplo remix of Sleigh Bells' Reign of Terror track, "Demons". Now comes the official video clip for the track. Directed by the band's very own Derek Miller with help from Gregory Kohn, it's a slo-mo filled live performance vid using footage from a host of dates on their US stint. It includes footage from shows in Omaha, Oklahoma City, Dallas, and Houston and you can peep it at the top of the page.


[Download] Sleigh Bells - "Demons" (Diplo Remix)

Well isn't this just the best darn way to start out a Sunny Tuesday Morning? Diplo has just taken to his Soundcloud page to offer up a remix of Seligh Bells' track "Demons". Through the magic of the internet you can now grab the download below and get the midweek party started. It's not the first time Diplo has offered up a reworking of the noisy duo's tracks as we've previously heard him manipulate a personal favourite, "Tell 'Em".

Sleigh Bells' new album Reign of Terror is out now. Diplo on the other hand is preparing a new EP, Express Yourself, for release on June 12th via Mad Decent.


[News] Sleigh Bells Announce Summer Tour Dates

Following a few more opening performances for the Red Hot Chili Peppers over the next few days, Sleigh Bells have announced a number of summer tour dates to further support their sophomore LP Reign of Terror. Included in this tour is a one-off stint with Hot Chip and James Murphy in Columbia, MD on July 22nd, as well as performances at Pitchfork Music Festival and Forecastle Festival. Take a look at their full tour schedule after the jump.

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[Watch] Sleigh Bells - "Irreplaceable" (Beyonce Cover)

Last Friday I took a trip to see Sleigh Bells live at their Manchester date and even though I dig the sound they create on record it just didn't quite gel for me in a live setting. Their new album has been widely adored by fans and it's true that they have their moments. Saturday Night Live for example was pretty decent. But that said I just couldn't get into it at a large show. However, this little number they put in whilst in London seems pretty cool. They paid a visit to Zane Lowe's Radio One show and covered Beyoncé's "Irreplaceable". See what you think of their take on one of Beyoncé's biggest tracks below via The NJ Undeground.