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Sasquatch! 2009 In Photos

Everybody loves Memorial Day weekend, but nobody loves Memorial Day weekend like those that make it to Sasquatch! As friends have returned from their treks across country, they've shared nothing but raves for this year's festival, from the Gorge's breathtaking views to this year's fantastic lineup. Even the public indecency seems particularly magical on the… More »

By: Amrit Singh / May 29, 2009

Iron & Wine, Boss Hog, Boredoms Added to ATP NY

The Flaming Lips-curated ATP NY line-up gets some additions today, including sexy old timers Boss Hog, along with Boredoms performing Boredrum 2009, two different "Deer" bands, and No Age doing a complete Hüsker Dü LP with a guest vocalist (wonder who that is?). Updates at ATP. More »

By: brandon / May 1, 2009

New Shugo Tokumaru – “Rum Hee”

The Japanese avant pop prodigy has a new EP/DVD, but good luck finding it on an English language retail site. The Rum Hee minisite's flash heavy, so instead head straight to its title track's Michinori Saigo-directed video on YouTube. EP includes a Deerhoof remix of the tune, too. ? (*^-^)~??? More »

By: Scott Lapatine / April 21, 2009

of Montreal, Deerhoof, Cut Copy Remix Maroon 5

Those three along with Mark Ronson, Cool Kids, and producers like Bloodshy & Avant, Pharrell, Just Blaze, Swizz Beats, etc. It's for M5's Call And Response: The Remix Album, which came out yesterday via Octone. Stream it all at Maroon 5's MySpace and see what happens when Adam Levine puts his voice in Kevi… More »

By: brandon / December 10, 2008

Deerhoof Say Thanks With Lossless Audio

As a "thank you" to fans for supporting their video-rich 10th album Offend Maggie, and as a promotional tie-in to get the word out to those who haven't, Deerhoof have made one of its tracks "My Purple Past" available as a lossless .wav file. (Come to think of it, Offend Maggie was shutout of… More »

By: brandon / December 10, 2008

New Deerhoof Video – “Basket Ball Get Your Groove Back”

At this point, Offend Maggie's birthed almost as many videos as it has songs, which leads me to assume that one day Deerhoof will, in fact, have visual accompaniment for their tenth album's entire tracklist. Exciting! (Not really.) "Basket Ball Get Your Groove Back"'s still-photography is more interesting than "Offend Maggie"'s still photography, likely… More »

By: brandon / November 11, 2008

New Deerhoof Video – “Offend Maggie”

I made the point a couple weeks ago when Deerhoof released their paramecia-core video for "Family Of Others," but since they keep on giving us new Offend Maggie visual aids, I'll say it again: Deerhoof love videos. At the time, I listed the previous Offend clips -- "Chandelier Searchlight," "Fresh Born," "More »

By: brandon / November 5, 2008

New Deerhoof Video – “Family Of Others”

Deerhoof's recently released tenth album Offend Maggie has already birthed a number of videos: The animated "Chandelier Searchlight," "Fresh Born"'s post-sheet music stuffed gorilla, and the live "The Tears And Music Of Love." There isn't one yet for the Offend title track, but while you wait, here's something quite scientific for… More »

By: brandon / October 23, 2008

New Deerhoof Video – “Chandelier Searchlight”

As the release date of Deerhoof's tenth album approached, the band flooded us with Offend Maggie material. A week and change ago we talked about the fully realized post-sheet music "Fresh Born." Before that Satomi and Greg harmonized about phone calls and unrequited love on "Offend Maggie" and even earlier, the group showed… More »

By: brandon / October 8, 2008

New Deerhoof Video – “Fresh Born”

Before Satomi and Greg Saunier harmonized about phone calls and unrequited love on new title track "Offend Maggie" or (somehow) made like "Living After Midnight" in "The Tears And Music Of Love," Deerhoof offered up sheet music for another Offend Maggie album track, "Fresh Born." Maybe you made your own version at… More »

By: brandon / September 24, 2008

New Deerhoof – “Offend Maggie”

Deerhoof offered up that "Fresh Born" sheet music and then it was relative silence on the Offend Maggie front, but in just a couple days our knowledge of their forthcoming ninth album's grown twofold with the "The Tears And Music Of Love" live video and now the title track in MP3 form. "Offend… More »

By: brandon / September 9, 2008

New Deerhoof Live Video – “The Tears And Music Of Love”

Technically Deerhoof's first Offend Maggie single was the "Fresh Born" sheet music, but you get to hear the band themselves in this clip of the album's opening jam in Tokyo this past June. it's a taut song, Greg Saunier pounding away on the drums, per usual, while the guitarists synchronize themselves and work a… More »

By: brandon / September 5, 2008

New Deerhoof Single Is Sheet Music

Deerhoof's Offend Maggie is out this October. Adding a wrinkle to the current trend of fan-made remixes and videos, the band's released the album's first single "Fresh Born" as a score that fans (or whatever) can download and record. Once they're finished, they can upload it as an MP3 that other fans are able to… More »

By: brandon / July 23, 2008

Photos From Philadelphia’s Inaugural Roots Picnic

Photos by Kyle Dean Reinford Over the past decade and change, the scene that's come to define Philadelphia -- in media exposure and in most cases, artistic merit -- has been spearheaded by the most fabulous Roots crew. Going to middle and high school in the area, word would trickle back to us i… More »

By: Amrit Singh / June 9, 2008

New Deerhoof – “Matchbook Seeks Maniac (Dedication Mix)” (Stereogum Premiere)

Deerhoof soundtracked hunky actor Justin Theroux's directorial debut Dedication, which stars Billy Crudup as a kid's book scribe with Mandy Moore as an illustrator ... wonder where that goes, eh? The score includes music by Joanna Newsom, Au Revoir Simone, Cat Power, the Strokes, Lightning Bolt, and Fischerspooner, as well as tunes by the… More »

By: Stereogum / August 16, 2007

New Deerhoof Video – “The Perfect Me”

Yes, we're still in love with Friend Opportunity, even though we were left wanting more from Deerhoof's set at the PLUG Awards. Here, the SF trio take one camera, an apartment staircase, a kiddie drum set (sans sticks), and a fresh Satomi vocal for a lo-fi take on the propulsive chop pop of "The… More »

By: Stereogum / February 28, 2007

Meeting Deerhoof Is Easy

Radiohead are nice guys after all. Especially if you're in a band on the verge of putting out an awesome record. Deerhoof drummer Greg Saunier recently told a tale of mutual admiration that will warm the hearts of 'hoof and 'head fans alike (via Gigwise):Everybody knows what an uncommon live group [Radiohead]… More »

By: Stereogum / January 23, 2007

Premature Evaluation: Deerhoof – Friend Opportunity

Another from this weekend's leak folder. When Deerhoof's awesome "+81" was made available on a European magazine comp last week, we got really excited really quickly (we know, how un-bloglike!) and tried giving you a taste but were politely asked not to; so if you can't dig up the record on the world… More »

By: Stereogum / November 14, 2006

New Deerhoof – “+81″

An awesome and upbeat appetizer from Deerhoof's forthcoming record Friend Opportunity. It's a dose of '60s-styled pop with Satomi's cutesy vox, a bridge with bizarre changes, some pysch-guitar riffage from Dieterich, and bookended by trumpet blasts (what else?). We love it. Deerhoof - "+81" (MP3 Yanked By Request) Friend Opportunity is out 1/23/07. UPDATE: I… More »

By: Stereogum / November 8, 2006

The Deerhoof Saliva Is A Steal, Though

So I got my Ke Huy-Quan skin cells in the mail, and they look pretty legit. But I think it might be a scam after all. I mean, these prices are so off. More »

By: Scott Lapatine / July 31, 2006