Reviews: New York

Diffuser.fm (April 26, 2013)
SPARKS PLAY NYC FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 2002, BRING ‘FANTASTIC STRANGENESS’ TO HIGHLINE BALLROOM


East Village Radio (April 26, 2013)
Live Review: Sparks at NYC's Highline Ballroom


Pop Matters (May 3, 2013)
Sparks: 25 April 2013 - New York


The Aquarian Weekly (June 5, 2013)
Sparks@Highline Ballroom



This Town Ain’t Big Enough For The Both Of Us







Reviews: Los Angeles

L.A. RECORD (April 18, 2013)
SPARKS @THE MASONIC LODGE


The Quietus (April 25, 2013)
LIVE REPORT: Sparks


Live Photos of April 17
Flickr: Sparks - 20130417 by kling_klang


When Do I Get To Sing 'My Way'




Review and Interview: Portland

Willanmette Week (April 17, 2013)
Mic Check: Sparks
On sibling rivalries.



Willanmette Week (April 23, 2013)
Live Review: Sparks at Aladdin Theater, 4/21
Plus an extended Q&A with Russell Mael.
By Jeff Rosenberg



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Review: Seattle

Line Out (April 23, 2013)
Introducing Sparks to Seattle



Encore at the Neptune in Seattle




Interview: NJ.com (2013)

NJ.com (April 22, 2013)

Two hands, one mouth, 23 albums: Sparks chronicles its four-decade career acoustically in New York


"It's stark in the way that some Ingmar Bergman films are stark. We even do excerpts from "Bergman" because we wanted to make sure that we also are presenting the latest thing that we've done."


Interview: SF WEEKLY (2013)

SF WEEKLY (April 9, 2013)

Sparks' Russell Mael on Playing Without a Band and the Weirdos Who Dress Up Like His Brother


"Surprisingly, the reaction is very similar. We've been encouraged by the fact that there isn't much of a regional difference. We started the tour in Lithuania and then went to Latvia. In places like that, there's an audience for Sparks with the same values as in Japan. For us, that's very surprising, but in a good way. "


Interview: SSG Music (2013)

SSG Music (April 22, 2013)

Interview: Russell Mael of Sparks on the Kiss of Death in Pop Music


"We are kind of like strippers at a bar. Just throw us some dollars down our g-strings and we will be happy. Preferably larger denominations so it feels like a fancy strip-club."


Interview: The Portland Mercury (2013)

The Portland Mercury (April 17, 2013)

Two Hands, One Mouth
Q&A with Sparks' Russell Mael



"What started out as a specific project for the Swedish audience has since escalated into a Sparks album as well as hopefully being a feature film in the not-too-distant future."



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