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The rock deconstructionists of Deerhoof have released a freely downloadable lie album titled 99% Upset Feeling over at their site. It's 11 tracks and reps their discography, which is a treasure trove…   Read Story »
This past weekend, NYC presented a number of only-in-NYC type concerts to help locals feel like they did some unique shit before the summer was over. For me, that meant seeing Lemonade, Reggie Watts,…   Read Story »
This week's best videos include new ones from The Death Set, Deerhoof, Snoop Dogg, Starkey, and Alcoholic Faith Mission. It's another week of totally safe for work videos too, but the Starkey video,…   Read Story »
The 2-Disc Tradi-Mods Vs. Rockers: Alternative Takes On Congotronics finds "indie rock" (and etc.) folks like Animal Collective, Micachu & The Shapes, Andrew Bird, Optimo, Oneida, Deerhoof, and…   Read Story »
I like the calmer, relatively languid feel of "The Merry Barracks," the lead track from the older, wiser Deerhoof's forthcoming 10th studio album Deerhoof Vs. Evil. (Bigger or smaller claim than High…   Read Story »
As we prepare ourselves for this weekend's pleasingly loud ATP NY (see: Holy Mountain, Superfuzz Bigmuff, Raw Power, Sunn O))) + Boris, SY, ATP regulars Fuck Buttons, etc.), it's been announced that…   Read Story »
It'd make sense for a solo release from from a man as ubiquitous in virtuosic metal/noise/prog/punk/shred circles as big spending Zach Hill to come packing a stacked cameo list. Just yesterday we…   Read Story »
Between the World Cup's conclusion hijacking the standard operating procedure of most any establishment serving alcohol and space enough for a TV screen, and Jelly NYC's Pool Parties kick off at the…   Read Story »
Last night at the Donaufestival in Lower Austria, Jamie Stewart collaborated with labelmates Deerhoof on a complete run-through of Joy Division's 1979 debut Unknown Pleasures. Deerhoof drummer Greg…   Read Story »
When the All Tomorrow's Parties festival first launched, the idea of canonizing an iconic album with a track-for-track live performance was still a novel concept. A decade later the album-recreation…   Read Story »