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Let's be honest: This was a pretty stacked week. It's always a joy to find new music that surprises and impresses you, and while this week's list is indeed impressive, it may not be especially…   Read Story »
Deerhoof have a tremendously admirable work ethic. As a fan, you're almost guaranteed a new album every year or two. Their last, Breakup Song, came out in 2012, and now, right on time, Deerhoof have…   Read Story »
Brooklyn dramatic indie pop duo Shy Hunters just released their debut album O, That I Had Wings, and they'll spend the last part of June opening for Jolie Holland; Shy Hunters singer-guitarist Indigo…   Read Story »
The longstanding and inventive powerhouse Deerhoof is set to tour all over the world this spring, but first they're unveiling a video for their Breakup Song psych ditty "Flower." The clip, directed…   Read Story »
Earlier today, I posted a bigass list of my favorite music videos of the year. That should honestly be enough to keep your optic nerves crammed full for the day. But if you're done with it, or you're…   Read Story »
Last we saw Deerhoof, they were running around Japan in their video for "We Do Parties." They're absent from this clip, the Pieter Dirkx-directed, dark visuals for their current album's title(-ish)…   Read Story »
Deerhoof go a guerrilla promo adventure in their video for "We Do Parties." Their romp around Japan proves my suspicion that Deerhoof are not just awesome shredders but also probably fun to hang out…   Read Story »
Last month, we learned about the existence of Mystical Weapons, Sean Lennon's new experimental-psych duo with Deerhoof drummer Greg Saunier. Now, we've got the video for their madly blooping single…   Read Story »
"Mario's Flaming Whiskers III" is a jittery, catchy tune from Deerhoof's new album Breakup Song. and for its video, director Richard Huntington Swanson films an old-timey circus and makes it look as…   Read Story »
Well, the fun is officially over -- Fun Fun Fun Fest 2012 concluded yesterday with sets from Fucked Up, Japandroids, Deerhoof, Ceremony, Fang Island, Turbonegro, A Place To Bury Strangers, and like…   Read Story »