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Chris explored the brilliant DIY nature of Buke And Gase's electronic pop last year, but since then the duo has done even more. They began their #MondayMissions project where they would release a…   Read Story »
Buke And Gase's video for "General Dome," the title track from their most recent album, is at one turn so cool and another so unsettling. The collage of snakes and bugs and 50s movies all blurred…   Read Story »
When a writer calls a band “unique,” it usually just stems from laziness. But when it comes to the unpredictable and inventive duo of Buke & Gase, “unique” is a truly apt descriptor. The band…   Read Story »
"He who works with his hands is a laborer. He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist." --St. Francis of…   Read Story »
New York skronk-pop tinkerers Buke & Gase are a week away from releasing their seesawing sophomore effort General Dome, the title of which has me wanting to make Too $hort-style puns. We've already…   Read Story »
Hudson, NY-based indie experimenters Buke & Gase will put out General Dome -- a follow-up to 2010's great Riposte -- in January, and today the group let go of the serrated, driving title track in…   Read Story »
Tomorrow, the Brooklyn DIY duo Buke & Gase release their new digital EP Function Falls, and we've already posted the jittery, seesawing opening track "Misshaping Introduction." The band's new…   Read Story »
Next month, the DIY Brooklyn indie duo Buke & Gase will release a digital-only EP called Function Falls. "Misshaping Introduction," its opening track, stutters and lurches like prime Deerhoof --…   Read Story »
Though Buke And Gase underwent a slight name change, their penchant for complex, singular indie rock songwriting hasn't changed much. They're working on a new album in Upstate New York and building…   Read Story »
In January, Brooklyn Academy of Music announced that it would host a spring festival curated by the National's Bryce and Aaron Dessner, and today that event, called Crossing Brooklyn Ferry (a…   Read Story »