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Pegi Young has been Neil Young's wife and backing singer for the last thirty years. Foul Deeds is the follow-up to her debut album, which arrived in 2007. She includes a handful of covers of artists…   Read Story »
In which Dev's asscrack is amongst the least NSFW images rendered. "Foolin'"'s beachy reggae hop doesn't exactly scream S&M sequences and man-love spooning, but the Isaiah Seret-directed video…   Read Story »
Devendra Banhart sports some serious Frank Zappa facial hair in this video, and gets friends like the Strokes' Fabrizio Moretti, MGMT's Andrew VanWyngarden, and GZA to guest star. But the most…   Read Story »
One of my favorite Sisterworld songs is the sweetly sarcastic urban cynic vs. L.A. hippie love song "The Overachievers." What better way to invert the frequency (and bio-cars, woodsy walks, etc.)…   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 »
One week from today, Devendra Banhart will release his seventh album (and first as a Warner Bro), What Will We Be. He's taking a co-production credit, along with Band Of Bees' Paul Butler, and…   Read Story »
We've heard bits and pieces of Devendra Banhart's 14-song major label debut, What Will We Be. First it was a couple of songs live in San Francisco. Then we got the studio take of "Baby" (though we've…   Read Story »
Following his excursion into Downtown NYC via Velvet Underground & Nico, Beck takes his Record Club to Montreal with a track-by-track smothering covering of Songs Of Leonard Cohen. As we mentioned…   Read Story »
As advertised, Phoenix treated Central Park's Summerstage to two sold-out nights of their danceable and occasionally epic insouciance this past weekend. The lineup was a synth-lover's delight,…   Read Story »
Devendra's a major label artist now, having recently announced his shift from venerable indie XL to even more venerable music biz behemoth Warner Bros for his upcoming What Will We Be LP. Otherwise…   Read Story »