Showing All "Dan Deacon" Posts

When not scoring Francis Ford Coppola's Twixt Now And Sunrise, Dan Deacon was working on Hilvarenbeek with Jimmy Joe Roche in Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands, the place from which the 17-minute film got…   Read Story »
Michael Azerrad's Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes From The American Indie Underground 1981-1991 is a great book, an essential read for folks who were there from the beginning, came in a little…   Read Story »
One of the things we're most proud of this year is The 'Gum Bowl, our inaugural celebrity charity bowling tournament and concert. (You can still watch all the videos, which, you should.) One of our…   Read Story »
We're live tweeting and shooting everything 'Roo at stereogum.com/bonnaroo. Here's the best of Saturday...   Read Story »
Our introduction to this one from the artist formerly known as Final Fantasy came via an incredible live clip that saw Pallett battle pelting rain and the possibility of electrocution at the Hillside…   Read Story »
[Editor's Note: The following guest post is by Ryan Muir, one of NYC's most hardworking and talented photographers. After spending the better part of five days lugging his camera equipment all over…   Read Story »
This extended video treatment for Bromst's "Woof Woof" offers a kid's puppet show drama set in Dayglo Deacon land. It's the work of the Showbeast collective (aka Benjamin Beast, Erin Gleeson, and…   Read Story »
You might have seen the National's Google Ad, "Out of Office," which tells a "Search Story" of some guy heading from Washington State to Los Angeles to watch the band while listening obsessively to…   Read Story »
This past Saturday and Sunday was the third annual Treasure Island Festival, on San Francisco's Treasure Island. We sent Josh Bis to capture the weekend in photos. sounds of buzz   Read Story »
Yes, this finger-puppeteered clip for "Paddling Ghost" features a cutely expressive puppet paddling ghost, but it also has a few moments of a scaled-down and fingered Dan Deacon, and that is really…   Read Story »