Major Lazer release season one of self-titled animated show

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Major Lazer release season one of self-titled animated showMajor Lazer Animated

All 11 episodes of Major Lazer’s new animated show are now available to view in full on YouTube. The episodes come in around 10 minutes a piece and feature loads of original tracks, as well as a few Major Lazer classics.

The show follows the adventures of the Major Lazer himself as he and a new cast of characters deal with the ramifications of laced weed, clubbing in Ibiza, and much more. Several star guest actors appear throughout the first season, including Andy Samberg, Kumail Nanjiani, JK Simmons, Riff Raff, Ezra Koenig, Charli XCX, and Tiësto

Of course, the group is notably missing former Major Lazer member Jillionaire, who left the group over the summer to be replaced by Ape Drums. Since the switch, Major Lazer have gone on to release a steady stream of singles and were recently announced as a headliner at Ultra 2020.

Ezra Koenig & Justin Vernon Talk Playing Beer Pong Together, Touring Hardships On Time Crisis

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Vampire Weekend and Bon Iver entered the indie rock A-list around the same time, but apparently Ezra Koenig and Justin Vernon — the respective leaders of each group — haven’t crossed paths too much over the years. Koenig recently had Vernon on his Beats 1 Time Crisis show and they started off their conversation by … More »

Ezra Koenig Interviews Foster The People About Jeffrey Epstein Conspiracy Theory On Time Crisis

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Last week, early-’10s indie-pop hitmakers Foster The People went on a Twitter rant espousing conspiracy theories about Jeffrey Epstein’s recent death. Epstein, the billionaire financier and longtime serial child molester, was found dead in his New York jail cell. He had apparently died by suicide, but a good chunk of the online discourse … More »

Watch Vampire Weekend Play An Acoustic Set In Washington Square Park

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Vampire Weekend’s Father Of The Bride, is out today — read our fresh cover story on the band’s first new album in six years. To celebrate, Ezra Koenig and crew headed to Washington Square Park in the afternoon for an acoustic set. They announced the performance via some More »

The Evolution Of Vampire Weekend

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“Let’s do the whale.” It’s impossible to step into the American Museum Of Natural History and not feel a sense of childhood wonder. For anyone who grew up in New York City or the surrounding area, it was the site of class field trips and sugar-rushed weekends where it seemed like the entire world was … More »

Premature Evaluation: Vampire Weekend Father Of The Bride

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Vampire Weekend - Father Of The Bride“Things have never been stranger,” a chorus of voices calls out near the end of the new Vampire Weekend album. In cascading folk-rock harmonies, their message continues: “Things are gonna stay strange.” Consider it a thesis statement for Father Of The Bride, the band’s first album in six years and quite possibly their magnum opus. More »

Watch Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig Play Solo Acoustic “This Life” At Tokyo T-Shirt Pop-Up

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Early this morning on the East Coast, Vampire Weekend released their third and final Father Of The Bride single twofer, “This Life” and “Unbearably White.” Around the same time over in Tokyo, Ezra Koenig launched a small pop-up shop at the Commune gallery where he gave away some exclusive t-shirts tailored to the … More »

More Vampire Weekend Father Of The Bride Details: A Hans Zimmer Sample, Lyrics About Palestine, & Multiple Songs With Danielle Haim

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Today, the Sunday Times published an interview with Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig, where he revealed new details about their forthcoming album, Father Of The Bride. Apparently, the opening track is a folky number called “Hold You Now” and includes a choral sample from the Hans Zimmer-scored The Thin Red Line. There are also … More »

Vampire Weekend – “Sunflower” Video (Feat. Jerry Seinfeld) (Dir. Jonah Hill)

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Last week, Vampire Weekend released two new songs, “Sunflower” and “Big Blue,” the second in a trio of two-song drops leading up to their fourth album, Father Of The Bride, which comes out the first week of May. More »

Here Is Vampire Weekend’s Father Of The Bride Album Artwork, Or Close To It

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This morning, Vampire Weekend returned with their first new songs in six years. Ezra Koenig has been making the interview rounds, from NPR to Beats 1, and in a new Rolling Stone feature he talks a bit about the album artwork and how he was afraid that what he had chosen … More »