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Earlier this week we told you Devendra's got a brand new site. Now he's also sporting a brand new MP3 for "Seahorse," the first single from the upcoming Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon. On first…   Read Story »
The lord of the freak folkies launched his official, name-bearing website Friday and while there are still a few "comings soon"'s (including the photo section and the Spanish-language version), once…   Read Story »
Devendra's promising two tune-previews from Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon every Friday, so start getting used to your weekly Banhart dose, folks. MySpace will be the repository for said songs, and…   Read Story »
It's been almost fifty years since Madonna was born, and almost twenty five since she popularized the jelly bracelet. But preventing global warming with Gogol Bordello and inspiring a new Blondie…   Read Story »
The freak folk tribute to Madonna may or may not qualify as an endeavor indulging a guilty pleasure for a few of the participating freaky folkers, but the forthcoming collection Guilt By Association…   Read Story »
Another tribute tracklist for this fine Thursday, although this one's already got a name -- and also happens to be infinitely less sad than the last. NME reports that the likes of Devendra Banhart,…   Read Story »
Reader Kyle alerts us that the trailer for Fox Atomic's The Hills Have Eyes 2 features a familiar voice: We will almost certainly skip this movie, but c'mon -- that's a great trailer! The tune's…   Read Story »
Internet television station downtownTV.com has a cute show called Puppet Music Hall, in which some fun artists drop by to sing a tune or two with a deep-voiced, red creature of some sort. The Dresden…   Read Story »
It's USA For Africa for the ironic hipster set! Head here for the "Coronation" episode of sketch comedy show Wonder Showzen, and FF to 14:27 for John Oates, Devendra, Corin Tucker, Bill Callahan,…   Read Story »
We're enjoying Insound's Save The Album (We Sell Digital Now!) site, where indie rockers including Tim Harrington, Bloc Party, and Devendra Banhart discuss their favorite albums. Walkman Paul Maroon…   Read Story »