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This past weekend, Pitchfork Festival went down in Chicago, and it included a great deal of excellent acts. We sent our photographer Max Herman to capture some behind-the-scenes portraits of artists…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, Dum Dum Girls dropped Too True, and recently they shot a session for clothier All Saints' London Sessions series. Below you can watch them play the album cut "Under These Hands" in…   Read Story »
Dum Dum Girls released "Rimbaud Eyes" way back in January, right before they dropped their newest album, Too True. Four months later, we've got a shiny set of visuals to go with the vixenish tinge of…   Read Story »
Last weekend we told you our top moments for the first week of Coachella from Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Today, before the second weekend of the festival begins, we'd like to share some of our…   Read Story »
Dum Dum Girls' Dee Dee Penny and husband/Crocodiles frontman Brandon Welchez are gearing up for their debut collab album, Initiation. Embarking on the project under the stage name Haunted Hearts, the…   Read Story »
One of the most appropriate surprise collaborations to hit SXSW this year went down Wednesday at the Spotify House. Debbie Harry herself joined Dum Dum Girls, whose Dee Dee Penny undoubtedly learned…   Read Story »
This was one of those weeks where the best music-related video wasn't a music video. It was Future Islands performing on Letterman and just fucking going for it. Letterman has already introduced…   Read Story »
Dum Dum Girls didn't just make a music video for "Are You Okay," a humid sigh of a song from their new album Too True. Instead, they got the famed American Psycho/Less Than Zero author Bret Easton…   Read Story »
"Too True To Be Good" is an effects-pedal-happy dream-pop stunner from the very good new Dum Dum Girls album Too True, and now it follows "Lost Boys And Girls Club" as the album's second video. The…   Read Story »
This week, the young god Miles Bowe took over the Album Of The Week column because he wanted to write about Actress's experimental electronic swan song Ghettoville. Miles wrote about it very well,…   Read Story »