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If you Google "Kazu Makino interview," the first thing that pops up is a YouTube video of the Blonde Redhead guitarist-singer talking about how she doubts her own existence. "I often have a hard time…   Read Story »
L.A. bass music producer Nosaj Thing has been pretty quiet lately, but he's planning to return early next year with a new album. And our first taste of his new sound is "Eclipse/Blue," a dark and…   Read Story »
We first brought up Kazu Makino's (Blonde Redhead) benefit compilation We Are The Works In Progress as we discussed Four Tet's contribution, "Moma," and today a brand new instrumental Deerhunter…   Read Story »
Blonde Redhead's Kazu Makino is the figurehead of the forthcoming compilation We Are the Works In Progress, an LP that benefits the tsunami relief efforts headed up by Japan Society and Architecture…   Read Story »
4AD's put together a six-song Blonde Redhead Penny Sparkle remix EP featuring the folks mentioned above along with Becoming Real and Kastellet. You can download it using the player below:   Read Story »
Daniel Lopatin of Oneohtrix Point Never and Tigercity's Joel Ford are still called Games, for now, though due to a "shwagy situation" the Stereogum40 duo can't "legally be called Games anymore." Feel…   Read Story »
Blonde Redhead stopped by Los Angeles for two nights at the Music Box in support of their latest album, Penny Sparkle. Their additional keyboard player added new layers of sound putting a sonic twist…   Read Story »
From the band's recently released Penny Sparkle, out via 4AD. Directed by Timothy Saccenti. (via P4K)   Read Story »
Welcome to summer, welcome to free and legally downloadable summer jams. Time to CELEBRATE on ROOFTOPS. But you know, oil spills. And crazy people waiting in lines for phones for hours. And poorly…   Read Story »
Dungeon Masters Blonde Redhead have been together for almost 20 years. "Here Sometimes," a track from their forthcoming eighth album, is a dusky trip-hopped take on their classy late-period dream-pop…   Read Story »