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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 »
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 »