There's a great story about ascending New York's punk underground buried within the cover of Yeah Yeah Yeahs' debut and it has nothing to do with the band.
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Few babies are born with as much intrinsic indie cred as this one.
To pay tribute to the iconic journalist Nellie Bly, Karen O of Yeah Yeah Yeahs has written a little tune about her that is featured in a Google animated video.
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs might need maps to find their way back to each other.
On Dec. 6, 25 professional musicians will meet, draw names, form one-off bands, and write new songs -- all in a span of 12 hours.
If there's such a thing as indie rock royalty, Julian Casablancas of the Strokes and Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are the undisputed king and queen.
Listen to a handful of Karen O songs (whether on her own or with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs) and you'll swear you seemingly know everything about her -- but you likely don't know all of this.
Fans of Karen O should be preparing to fall in love all over again -- or at least scribbling her name on notebooks.
If you've ever wanted to spend an evening in close quarters with Karen O, you're in luck -- as long as you live in the right major metropolitan area.
Is Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O in over her head with her upcoming debut solo album, 'Crush Songs'? She definitely is in the video for the lead single, 'Rapt.'