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"Carmensita"? More like "Bhagavad Gita," am i right? No, I am the worst. But that means DevBan and his his girlfriend are, too, for making this morning about hammy jokery at the expense of sacred and…   Read Story »
"Devendra called me a few weeks ago and asked me to sing vocals to a song about 'Duck People.' I told him I had no clue who the duck people were, but he kindly told me they wore hoods, crossed…   Read Story »
It's Spring. Love abounds. We've avoided talking about the fledgling romance of freak folkster Devendra Banhart and Natalie Portman until now because ... well, for some reason it grosses us out,…   Read Story »
A couple weeks ago we told you about David Byrne, Kim Gordon, and Marissa Nadler's year-end lists in Artforum. The list-giving season continues, so here are a slew of additional artists-on-artists…   Read Story »
Who would've guessed that when Devendra Banhart isn't showing folks around his crib or popping a Spiritual Boner on Conan, he'd be busy making mixtapes for Lindsay Lohan? Looks like the kindly folkie…   Read Story »
Conan had the very special treat the other night of introducing not only Devendra Banhart but his backing band The Spiritual Boner, in the studio at 30 Rock to perform Smokey Rolls Down Thunder…   Read Story »
Ever wonder what a neo-folky's house looks like? Yeah, we never did, either. But hey, echoing the Pernice Brothers' idea for indie rock cribs, Devendra Banhart takes us on an intimate tour of his…   Read Story »
When Devendra Banhart curated Golden Apples Of The Sun then dropped his fourth full-length, 2005's Cripple Crow, we were at the height of our DB love. Around that time, though, something strange…   Read Story »
The weekly Devendra party got going as scheduled Friday evening over at MySpace, where another two tracks from Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon started their seven-day streaming window. Head over now…   Read Story »
As promised, Devendra's two-tracks-a-Friday stream premieres continue over at MySpace, this installment bringing conga-fied "Carmensita" and the truly lovely, slide and vocal wah-wah ballad "Bad…   Read Story »