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Watch Damien Jurado Lecture A Chatty Concertgoer In Kalamazoo

It's always annoying when you're at a show and the people around you seem to be more interested in talking to each other than paying attention to what's happening on stage. And I can imagine it's even worse for the performer, who is trying to concentrate and basically do his or her job. As More »

By: James Rettig / February 14, 2015

Moby – “Almost Home (Washed Out Remix)” (Feat. Damien Jurado)

Earlier this week we heard the Liars remix of Moby and Damien Jurado's "Almost Home." Now the bald one has unveiled yet another remix of the track, this time courtesy of Washed Out. This one maintains the original's floaty tendencies, but as with the Liars version, Ernest Greene has imposed his own signature… More »

By: Chris DeVille / January 24, 2014

Moby – “Almost Home (LIARS Remix)” (Feat. Damien Jurado)

Moby's recent album Innocents included a gently drifting electro-folk song called "Almost Home" with vocals by Secretly Canadian mainstay Damien Jurado, who has a new album of his own out this week. Now Moby's Mute labelmates Liars have gotten their hands on it, so it's not gentle in the slightest. The experimental trio… More »

By: Chris DeVille / January 22, 2014

Stream Damien Jurado Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son

Damien Jurado's new album Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son was a powerful enough album to inspire Father John Misty to write a lengthy essay about it and its creator's brilliance. Now you can finally get an idea of what he was talking about by streaming the new album over at NPR. Give… More »

By: Miles Bowe / January 6, 2014

Damien Jurado – “Silver Timothy” Video

Veteran Pacific Northwest singer-songwriter Damien Jurado has a new set of weathered, Richard Swift-produced folk-pop on the way by the name of Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son. Today we see the video for the album's first single, "Silver Timothy," which, between its lite psych-pop sound and the spacious desert scenes, reminds me… More »

By: Chris DeVille / November 18, 2013

Damien Jurado’s Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son Gets A Trailer And Essay By Father John Misty

Weathered veteran indie rock singer-songwriter Damien Jurado has quietly amassed an exceptional (and, at 11 LPs and 18 EPs, exceptionally large) discography over the past two decades, and he's set to add to it this January with the release of Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son, his latest album for Secretly Canadian. Like 2012'… More »

By: Chris DeVille / October 16, 2013

Watch Moby Play Conan

Moby took to Conan last night to perform "The Perfect Life" off his latest album Innocents, which is out today. While Wayne Coyne doesn't lend a hand like he does in the album version or in the absurd video for the song, the singer is assisted by a decently sized choir. Watch that performance… More »

By: James Rettig / October 1, 2013

Damien Jurado – “Kalla Hus”

It being the holidays and all, singer-songwriter Damien Jurado has teamed up with the Seattle musician Kyle Zantos to offer up a new Christmas song called "Kalla Has." It's about being old and alone and about to die on Christmas -- so yeah, a real uplifter. Jurado and director Christopher Harrell have also made… More »

By: Tom Breihan / December 18, 2012

Ben Gibbard, Damien Jurado @ Wilshire Ebell Theatre, Los Angeles 11/14/12

Running enthusiast, Seattle Mariners fanatic and Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard headlined the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles in support of his solo album Former Lives. Gibbard also sprinkled in some Death Cab Cutie songs as well as a few gems from the Postal Service. Damien Jurado provided… More »

By: Andrew Youssef / November 15, 2012

Jeremy Enigk Covers Damien Jurado

Well, this is pretty sweet. Sunny Day Real Estate frontman Jeremy Enigk was the party responsible for bringing singer-songwriter Damien Jurado to Sub Pop way the hell back in the late '90s. And now Enigk has recorded a smoothly pretty version of Jurado's quite-nice 2008 song "Last Rights," a propos of absolutely nothing. Stream… More »

By: Tom Breihan / February 24, 2012

Damien Jurado – “Nothing Is The News” Video

In the video for "Nothing Is The News," the languid psych-rock first single from Damien Jurado's new album Maraquopa, a couple flees from a gang of baseball bat-wielding miscreants. They would probably do a better job escaping if they weren't holding hands while running or stopping to make out. Just saying. Watch the video… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 12, 2012

22 New Indie Rock Christmas MP3s For 2011

Don't you love Christmas music? I'm Jewish so mostly it makes me feel like I'm in a mall. But don't you love malls? I've been trying to get my daughter to listen to The Nutcracker, and that's been pretty easy because she's only three and doesn't have a choice. But if Tchaikovsky's not your speed… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / December 23, 2011

Damien Jurado – “Nothing Is The News”

Damien Jurado's first single from the forthcoming Richard Swift-produced Maraqopa is a jazzy psych-rock jam, which, you know, is not the usual thing you expect from Jurado. Download "Nothing Is The News" down below. More »

By: Corban Goble / November 16, 2011

Damien Jurado – “Arkansas” Video

A couple of months ago I suggested considering Damien Jurado's words on holy experiences and unknown darkness when listening to his ninth album Saint Bartlett. It provides a framework. As an example, the collection's lead track "Arkansas" raises some questions/answers if you go that route: Is love a “holy” experience? Sure. Is Arkansa… More »

By: brandon / June 10, 2010

Damien Jurado – “Cloudy Shoes”

The first thing I thought of when I heard "Cloudy Shoes" was Band Of Horses's "Factory." "Cloudy Shoes" feels more spiritual though. Maybe it's the echoing hand claps, or maybe the way he repeats each line back to himself. Richard Swift produced Saint Bartlett, giving this song, and especially the previously-posted "Arkansas," a… More »

By: jessica / May 12, 2010

Damien Jurado – “Arkansas” (Stereogum Premiere)

Damien Jurado's simple, effective covers of Microphones' "Where Lies My Tarp?" and Low's "Murderer" made for good listening, while also offering interesting personal insights into the Seattle songwriter's listening habits/aesthetic inspirations. As he told us then: With a band like Low, I have always compared listening to their music to that of a… More »

By: brandon / March 3, 2010

We Got The Tweet: The Week’s 50 Best Rock Star Twitters

Microblogging service Twitter has signed up countless celebrities in recent months, and among them are some of our favorite musical artists: Trent Reznor! Colin Meloy! Ed Droste! Diddy! Stereogum Tweets too! But who can keep up with all that lunch eating? Most of us only have eight hours a day with which to… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / March 23, 2009

The ‘Gum Drop XLIV: Hear New Damien Jurado, Win An Insound Gift Certificate

After hearing "Gillian Was A Horse" from Damien Jurado's forthcoming Caught In The Trees, we contacted the Seattle singer-songwriter and asked if he'd want to premiere a track at Stereogum. Lucky for us (and you), it turned out he had two unreleased gems, both covers. This week's Drop included a hauntingly beautiful take o… More »

By: brandon / July 2, 2008

Damien Jurado – “Murderer” (Low Cover)

After hearing "Gillian Was A Horse" from Damien Jurado's forthcoming Caught In The Trees, we contacted the Seattle singer-songwriter and asked if he'd want to premiere a track at Stereogum. Lucky for us (and you), it turned out he had two unreleased gems, both covers. In this week's Drop we have Jurado's version of… More »

By: brandon / July 1, 2008

New Damien Jurado – “Gillian Was A Horse”

"Gillian Was A Horse" has been floating around in one form or another since 2006, but its current, more polished state is what's showing up on Damien Jurado's next album Caught In The Trees, which was put together collaboratively with band members Eric Fisher and Jenna Conrad. The laid-back strummer opens at midnight, the protagonist… More »

By: brandon / June 20, 2008
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