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Sleigh Bells in NME!

June 2nd 2010

Check out the great article about Sleigh Bells in the latest issue of NME!

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Sleigh Bells in Rolling Stone!

May 13th 2010

 Check out the latest issue of Rolling Stone to see the Sleigh Bells "Breaking" piece and the "Tell ‘Em" single review!

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Sleigh Bells’ “Treats” streaming on!

May 11th 2010

Check out to listen to "Treats" streaming in its entirety for a week! LISTEN HERE!


"Treats, the debut album from the electro-rock duo Sleigh Bells, is a thrill ride: It’s aggressive but not macho and smart without losing its sense of fun. Most of all, it’s somehow both an aural assault and a piece of pop candy, albeit one in a overblown wrapper. In Sleigh Bells, Derek Miller is responsible for the excessively compressed beats and abrupt guitars, while singer Alexis Krauss provides a melodic counterpoint, with a sweetness that can turn fierce.

For all the aural assaults contained therein, Treats lives up to its name. A guitar in "Infinity Guitars" sounds like The Kinks’ Dave Davies playing "You Really Got Me," while a liberal sample from Funkadelic’s Maggot Brain forms the basis for the breeziest song on the record, "Rill Rill."

The overblown percussion can be exhausting — Treats will certainly be polarizing — but this music is much warmer and bassier than any of the demos I’d heard leading up to the album’s release. I recently made the mistake of putting it on at 6:45 a.m., and I don’t think they meant for me to do that.

Sleigh Bells’ Treats will stream here in its entirety for a week, starting on its May 11 release date."

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Sleigh Bells review on!

May 7th 2010

"When you’re pushing That New Sound in 2010 it does not hurt to be The Loudest. We’re all gonna to be popping hearing aids by 40 thanks to MP3s and ear buds anyway, right? May as well make those hearing years count. So: Sleigh Bells make music to blow your ears out to. You may not be able to grasp certain frequencies after bracing through this particular waveform, but you will not regret it. Trent Reznor wishes he thought of this; so does Lil Jon.

Because those claps and snaps are nothing but crunk. Because nobody has made a guitar sound so hawkish since Jack White. Because it’s got the both the bone crunch of third and long and the pom-pom chants built in. Just look at that album cover– they’re about to assault many NFL highlight reels and the world will be better for it. Meanwhile, Sleigh Bells want to tell us– or ‘em– something. "All the kids these days/ Do you really wanna be that way?" goes the head cheerleader with the tattoos. She’s disappointed with this youth, but she’s not spitting on ‘em. She wants to see more, better. "You could do your best today," she hopes. It’s called leading by example."

Check out the full article HERE

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