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Last night at MoMA, Dan Rossen and Fred Nicolaus premiered their first video, for In Ear Park's woozy standout "No One Does It Like You." It was a PopRally event, the same performance series that has…   Read Story »
By Amrit Singh & Brandon Stosuy On Friday we shook off the early-morning cobwebs and made a beeline to the Pitchfork/Windish Bash in time to catch the last couple tracks by psychedelic post-Vanishing…   Read Story »
SXSW 2009 opened with a bit of bad luck turned good: It was too foggy for our flight to land in Houston, so they re-routed us directly to Austin, cutting out the layover, etc. Not all the passengers…   Read Story »
Like A.C. Newman's take on "Take On Me," Department Of Eagles' Elvis cover is part of Starbucks' Valentines Day-approved Sweetheart compilation. Sip your morning Frappuccino while you listen at Hype…   Read Story »
Refresher: Starbucks is a company that is in the business of selling $5 cups of coffee. Starbucks is also a company that is in the business of selling music. Basically the best business plan…   Read Story »
We love year-end lists, it's really a shame that no one made any this month. To remedy that, we asked a handful of our favorite artists what music they dug most over the last twelve months. No Age,…   Read Story »
Every week, Amazon.com lets us select one album from its MP3 store to go on super sale (up to 75% off normal prices). At Amazon's request, going forward we're going to feature recent releases instead…   Read Story »
The Hood Internet has mashed "No One Does It Like You" and "Womanizer" into the first Britney song you can't dance to. Don't try to front, you know you wanna hear it.   Read Story »
Last month we premiered "1997," a non-In Ear Park track from the DUMBO Sessions. The song showed up again last week when Department Of Eagles stopped by Daytrotter. Three's a charm, so Doctor Rosen…   Read Story »
Fred and Dan recorded a few tracks for Daytrotter, including a few from In Ear Park and two unreleased cuts, "What Is Your Deal?" and the previously loved "1997," which came out particularly well. Go…   Read Story »