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Deafheaven's George Clarke is the co-founder of All Black Recording Company, and they're milking Sunbather's beautifully distinctive cover art for all it's worth. For one thing, they've been selling…   Read Story »
Deafheaven guitarist Kerry McCoy sat down with Matt Sweeney on the latest episode of Guitar Power, a continuation of the guitar-focused web series that Sweeney began last year. They talk about their…   Read Story »
Deafheaven have hinted on Facebook and Twitter that the follow-up to last year's Sunbather should be expected next year. Michael speculated what their third album could sound like when we posted…   Read Story »
Labor Day Weekend is upon us, and with it, the unofficial end of summer. So, in hindsight, what was the Song Of Summer 2014? "Fancy"? It was probably "Fancy." What else even came close? "Anaconda"…   Read Story »
Guys, I usually kick off the Black Market with a lengthy introductory essay, an aggregation of my thoughts on the month in metal. But August ... August kinda ate me alive. That is not to say that I…   Read Story »
We all know about "difficult" second albums and the notorious sophomore jinx, but what's the cliche for a band that achieves modest success on their debut, but breaks big on LP2? What's the common…   Read Story »
Øyafestivalen has now entered its 13th year, and last week, the Norwegian festival's 2014 iteration filled Oslo with excellent artists. There were folk musicians like Angel Olsen and Bill Callahan…   Read Story »
Deafheaven made my favorite album of 2013, and whenever they announce the release of a follow-up, that album will almost definitely top my list of that year's most anticipated. I don't expect a new…   Read Story »
This past weekend, Pitchfork Festival went down in Chicago, and it included a great deal of excellent acts. We sent our photographer Max Herman to capture some behind-the-scenes portraits of artists…   Read Story »
This past weekend, New York City hosted the annual Governors Ball, whose 10 Best Sets we counted down for you right here. Photographer Luis Ruiz was on site to document the festival for Stereogum,…   Read Story »