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yeasayer

(ˈyeɪˌseɪə)
n
1. censorious an uncritical person who usually agrees with proposals
2. an optimistic or positive person

yea•say•er

(ˈyeɪˌseɪ ər)

n.
1. an undaunted optimist.
2. a toady; sycophant.
[1915–20; yea + (nay) sayer]
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After touring as a member of Yeasayer, of Montreal and Caribou, Gallab started work on his solo project Sinkane and eventually signed to James Murphy's DFA Records.
There are exceptions: Venus bounces along like a sleepy version of Yeasayer's hit O.N.E., and closer Mercury is a piano-led masterpiece.
This is infectious, toe-tapping, electro-rock with traces of Daft Punk, LCD Soundsystem and Yeasayer and cements Wild Beasts' place as one of Britain's very best, always evolving, always pushing themselves.
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New York, NY, February 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Dosa Hunt is a short film by Amrit Singh featuring a diverse group of music-world friends -- Vampire Weekend's Rostam Batmanglij, Das Racist's Himanshu Suri and Ashok "Dapwell" Kondabolu, Yeasayer's Anand Wilder, Neon Indian's Alan Palomo, jazz pianist Vijay Iyer, and Stereogum's Executive Editor, Singh -- on a quest to find their hometown's best dosa.
To top it off, Yeasayer has up a new remix of one of Gotye's other songs, "Eyes Wide Open."
Sure, the dish may be a ruse to talk about other things, mainly friendship and a connection to one's race and heritage, but it is the driving plot point for Amrit Singh's new short film, which follows him and six musicians--Anand Wilder of Yeasayer, Himanshu Suri and Ashok Kondabolu of Das Racist, Rostam Batmanglij of Vampire Weekend, Alan Palomo of Neon Indian and jazz pianist Vijay lyer--on a mission to find very good dosa around New York City.
There's a new single Heavy In Your Arms, a hypnotic, drum-laden anthem, a synth-pop remix of Dog Days Are Over by Yeasayer and The Horrors' remix of Hurricane Drunk is full of ethereal beauty.
'The sky is the limit' is one phrase that is clearly missing from the vernacular of Brooklyn, New York's Yeasayer.