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Author Topic: Arcade Fire Wins Grammy, prompting Americans to wonder who they are anyway  (Read 30529 times)

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I need to confess something...
I've never EVER heard an Arcade Fire song (that i know of anyway). Am I a bad person now? Who are these guys anyway?

...Wait, are people going to say that they sold out because they finally received some recognition like with every other band in the genre? Fuck that shit.
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Wait a minute, that site is awesome!





Is it even real?
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Is it even real?

yeah it's all real tweets and fbook shit.
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Arcade Fire surprises me like every two weeks with how much I truly love them. Watching Win smile when they ran back onstage to play Ready to Start was just the best. Especially since I don't think they were supposed to do that.

I don't know, I just have a really deep emotional bond and affinity with this band because they were basically my first indie rock band back in 2004 when I was twelve and uh, I've never looked back, really. And seeing them live twice was just... aaaaaaaaaaaa.

Anyway, I love that tumblr. It's interesting that for how """""mainstream"""" AF is now, they're still just some band that nobody's heard of
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Man, last year during the NFL Super Bowl there was an advert for the NFL that had "Wake Up" as the track. It was so weird. No one plays the Arcade Fire here, it's never on the radio, no one in the US knows who they are. I am glad they finally won a thing, though, I guess.
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Arcade Fire; the most mainstream band you've never heard of.
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I didn't know who they were before it was cool to not know who they were.

Actually...well I did know who they were...they just don't do anything for me. Mehhh.

BUT. The dude has a MusicMan amp! And I use one of those (sometimes). That's kinda cool.
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Wait so you're letting something that happened 10 years ago ruin your quality of life? What are you, America? :psyduck:

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Do does an ignorance of the existence of Arcade Fire  and a love for Justin Bieber go hand-in-hand with not being able to construct a sentence that makes grammatical sense?
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Arcade Fire; the most mainstream band you've never heard of.

I still feel like everything great they did was part of Funeral (a track here and there has been good, but I feel like Funeral was something of an opus), but it's good they got some recognition and a good tumblr out of it (which I will now follow).
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            Barbara Someone I said the same thing to myself.....OUCH!

This kinda pissed me off last night.  "Scary people"?  Really? "Millionaires now haw haw haw" Ugh.  And I love how she spelled my name wrong in replying to me...
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           Alicia Someone: Thanks Catherine I had not a clue who the he'll they were lol and I don't really listen to much of any music so I really was clueless with them :) lol
          
I think that sums up everyone's problem with this award.  I'm not saying that it's a bad thing, but people who "don't listen to much music" shouldn't be surprised when they don't know more-than-just marginally culturally significant musicians.
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If we wanted to go into a silly discussion of originality => greatness, then Arcade Fire is way ahead of this tiny curve. Bieber (Lief Garrett and other boy-teen idols) and Gaga (Madonna 2.0) aren't really attempting to do anything groundbreaking or new. Thus, Arcade Fire probably deserves this inconsequential more than either of those acts.
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All of their albums have been on "best of (year)" lists for Rolling Stone, MTV, Spin, Time, etc.  These are pretty big things in the US music industry, right?  It's not just Pitchfork talking about them.
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no i'm pretty sure they're pretty huge

i think this is one of those silent majority things where the smaller group starts yelling and the larger group of people just sit there patiently waiting for their turn to speak, only it never comes


then again, i've never actually listened to arcade fire so maybe not! maybe they really aren't as big as we thought they were.
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when I saw this magazine cover I figured that meant they were pretty much the biggest band in the world, but I guess maybe I was wrong?
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Well good for Arcade Fire. It's about time something new and unique that isn't just shock value won.
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That tumblr is possibly the greatest one I have ever seen. Then again I haven't seen very many.

The funniest thing to me is how half of the people confuse the album with the artist.

EDIT: Case in point:

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Man, last year during the NFL Super Bowl there was an advert for the NFL that had "Wake Up" as the track. It was so weird. No one plays the Arcade Fire here, it's never on the radio, no one in the US knows who they are. I am glad they finally won a thing, though, I guess.

I've noticed over the last year or so that "Indie" music is starting to make inroads into the mainstream in some pretty surprising places. Last Saturday there was a game of Rugby League here in Australia and in the build-up the TV channel broadcasting it, Channel 9 (which is probably the most mainstream TV channel imaginable in Australia) used a song off High Violet by the National as background music! (I think it was "Terrible Love".)
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The strangest thing I've ever seen in that regard was the time Fox played Vaux's "Are You With Me?" during some NFL highlights.

Like seriously. Who the hell listened to Vaux? Judging by that one time at Warped Tour, I'm the only one.
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At this point I kind of assumed that everyone knew Arcade Fire BUT! one of the things about people who don't listen to music is they're never inspired to talk to anyone about music and thus it is easier to forget they exist.

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Yeah, it's kind of weird to remember "Oh, yeah! There ARE people that just listen to whatever comes on the radio!" From a music nerd's standpoint, it's like trying to communicate with cavemen.
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Haikus can assume
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Provided it's short.

It's not like English
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anyway, bitches.

Also, "fire" is debatably monosyllabic.
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i mean it's not mentioned in this thread that i could see in a brief skim but i think it's really important to note that the arcade fire are like merge records vanguards at this point, like they've released three records to ever-increasing sales on one of america's few remaining Big Indies, and now a seriously big chunk of america know who they are. that's like the hugest thing to carry out of this, i think – merge are like a Really Good Label and this is a huge thing no matter what the state of the industry is.
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i mean it's not mentioned in this thread that i could see in a brief skim but i think it's really important to note that the arcade fire are like merge records vanguards at this point, like they've released three records to ever-increasing sales on one of america's few remaining Big Indies, and now a seriously big chunk of america know who they are. that's like the hugest thing to carry out of this, i think – merge are like a Really Good Label and this is a huge thing no matter what the state of the industry is.
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I thought the whole point of liking pop music was that you listened to the radio and chart shows and kind of kept up with it, like the news? Arcade Fire have had a bunch of #1 albums from what I can see on Wikipedia.
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I thought the whole point of liking pop music was that you listened to the radio and chart shows and kind of kept up with it, like the news? Arcade Fire have had a bunch of #1 albums from what I can see on Wikipedia.

It's especially surreal in the UK, where they've been on a major label for half a decade and are like, the biggest band ever.

I'm really stoked for Merge though, they have been able to put that money to seriously good effect.
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That tumblr just pisses me off. Some people should have no right to say anything about music.
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I've noticed over the last year or so that "Indie" music is starting to make inroads into the mainstream in some pretty surprising places. Last Saturday there was a game of Rugby League here in Australia and in the build-up the TV channel broadcasting it, Channel 9 (which is probably the most mainstream TV channel imaginable in Australia) used a song off High Violet by the National as background music! (I think it was "Terrible Love".)

I heard You!Me!Dancing! on a Miller Lite commercial, like, two months ago... I was like, "dude! that song is 6 years old," how do people get jobs picking background music cause I would be a million times better, apparently...

That tumblr just pisses me off. Some people should have no right to say anything about music.
I also felt inexplicably angry at a couple of things I saw written.
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haikus are not six
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ar-cade fire are cool

d'aw, it's ok buddy it's trying that matters most!

It's great that Arcade Fire won the grammy considering their intensely mediocre album was easily the best of those nominated. More importantly for me, it's confirmed in my mind how far mainstream pop music has sunk and how tragic the whole industry really is. I mean, I knew that already but seeing the backlash against AF's win really highlights how conditioned most people have become into only liking what some monolithic taste making machine churns out ready made for their ignorant, slavish devotion.
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i mean you can view this as "the industry sunk to meet us" the way chris weingarten cynically did OR you can view this as a band that basically made their way in north america the hard way (i.e. touring a fuckload and working with labels that, maybe with the exception of mercury who was their UK distributor on their last record, treat them largely as human beings) earning the same level of visibility within mainstream culture that someone like lady gaga, katy perry, or justin bieber has, without receiving virtually any airplay on pop radio. they did it by touring and by selling the absolute hell out of their records. so the actual "album of the year" part, not so relevant in terms of whether or not that album was actually the best of the year, but as a watermark of collective consciousness, a pretty staunchly independent band winning it is pretty fucking significant, dudes.
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a pretty staunchly independent band winning it is pretty fucking significant, dudes.

I don't want to cross-post this debate from Electrical but here in the UK we have a different view of them because they've been a major label band for many years now. They've had that sickly major label marketing since they left Rough Trade and thus, it doesn't feel like as much of a surprise.

On the one hand, I'm super stoked how much money this is earning for Merge Records, who are indisputably great and put out records by superb bands. On the other, I'm kind of bummed by the way people are appropriating this as a victory for independent music when it's a band who kinda sorta actually did get into bed with a major label quite a long time ago. This isn't going to happen with the new Destroyer record and it didn't with the Superchunk album from last year either. That's because neither of those bands signed to a major label in any capacity and thus, aren't receiving the boon of widespread mainstream coverage, radio and MTV payola and blanket advertising that you get from doing so.

It's a victory for independent music because they made a bunch of money for Merge records but ultimately the band in question aren't "staunchly independent" either. That's alright by me, I don't mind bands signing to major labels if they want to do that. I'm stoked that they're successful, I am just vaguely bugged by the hyperbole being tossed around about their status as a supposed "indie" band.
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Also, I forgot to mention that winning a Grammy isn't actually very significant because it's a Grammy.

I feel like making a big deal of that like this suddenly makes the Grammys relevant to independent music in any way is sort of silly.
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Yeah pretty much the entire point of my post is that poetic forms of foreign languages never ever translate ideally into English and are often better ignored for masterful approximations so, whatever, or something.
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Well, they're on Merge in the US so it's true that in that country they're technically an independent band. However, I don't think it's coincidental that they are signed to major labels elsewhere. When a band which isn't on a major label in any capacity wins some kind of superfluous award in the US, I'll probably admit that it's extraordinary (though it still won't mean shit ultimately because it's still just a Grammy).

It bugs me because there's a fundamental flaw in this logic. Destroyer won't win a Grammy this year because they're a genuinely independent band who are solely on Merge. The difference between the two groups is basically that Arcade Fire signed to a major label abroad and Destroyer haven't. Thus, we're back to the old notion of these charming little indie rock bands being able to "make it" if they'd just sign to a major label (though admittedly not in the US). Also because I'm still sick of the appropriation of supposed independence being used as a marketing tool. Just call it pop music, there's nothing wrong with that. There's no earnest reason to misrepresent music like this.
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The difference is, Arcade Fire is only "on" a major label outside the US in the sense that a major label distributes their music. The band, however, completely owns their music and thus has total creative control and total say-so over how and when their music is recorded, produced, licensed, packaged and so on. To me, that makes them independent by definition no matter where you're buying their music.
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People keep saying that it's only a distribution deal but it's not actually the case. They are absolutely signed to Mercury (Universal Music Group) in the UK. Previously they were on Rough Trade. Mercury pays for all the European advertising plus distribution and manufacturing, same as say - U2 or Metallica. Here in the UK they had a colossal, absolutely fucking gigantic marketing campaign for their last two records. Merge or The Arcade Fire didn't pay for all of that, it was Mercury - a major label.

That's cool too, it seems to have worked out for literally everybody - including for Merge, Rough Trade and for once, the band themselves. No problem at all with any of that.

However, they still had to sign to a major label to get to that point and we're being deceived to think otherwise.
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i mean you can view this as "the industry sunk to meet us" the way chris weingarten cynically did OR you can view this as a band that basically made their way in north america the hard way (i.e. touring a fuckload and working with labels that, maybe with the exception of mercury who was their UK distributor on their last record, treat them largely as human beings) earning the same level of visibility within mainstream culture that someone like lady gaga, katy perry, or justin bieber has, without receiving virtually any airplay on pop radio. they did it by touring and by selling the absolute hell out of their records. so the actual "album of the year" part, not so relevant in terms of whether or not that album was actually the best of the year, but as a watermark of collective consciousness, a pretty staunchly independent band winning it is pretty fucking significant, dudes.
This thing (band tours lots, becomes famous without pop radio play) is a thing that has never happened before? Can you say with a straight face that if Billboard #1s were selling millions instead of low hundred thousands Arcade Fire would have made it anywhere near this award?

Also I think the main culprit here is the band's prostration before the altar of Springsteen. That's a hood pass through Baby Boomer town if there ever was one.
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I think ultimately the thing that gets me is that it's basically universally agreed by everybody that good music is good music and bad music is bad music regardless of how it reaches your ears. Thus, if a record is on a major or an independent label, it doesn't actually make any difference to the quality of the music. There are good bands on major labels and horrible bands on independent labels.

Since that's patently the case, it's annoying when people make a point of a band being "Indie" to provide some kind of exotic allure. I object to things being labelled as something they're not for the purpose of commerce, especially when there's no need to do it.
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In Australia they're distributed/advertised by one of our largest indie labels, Spunk. Only a handful of uni students and adults know who they are.
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