A sweet confection of fuzzed-out noise-pop, dreamy girlish vocals and fiery electronic-like beats, the Brooklyn duo named Sleigh Bells are a sonic call to arms and like nothing you've ever heard.

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  1. Alexis Krauss and Derek E. Miller talk about their songwriting process, what they've been listening to and playing at Webster Hall.

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About Sleigh Bells

  1. American noise pop music duo Sleigh Bells are comprised of guitarist/songwriter/producer Derek E. Miller and vocalist Alexis Kraus. Utilizing an electrifying mix of distorted guitarists and pounding digital beats -- plus Kraus' girly-pop voice -- it's no wonder Sleigh Bells' arresting sound has taken the music press by storm. Perhaps a what if The White Stripes and M.I.A. had a musical love child question, either way, the Sleigh Bells fiery and beat-driven sound is eclectic, fierce and fist-pumping; both danceable and moshable. The band's debut album Treats is just that: a sweet confection of poppy girl-pop vocals, eclectic samples, volcanic guitars and a persistent urgent beat that is practically a call to arms. Folks ... More»

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