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"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 »
Since releasing their debut full-length I Will Be in 2011, the Dum Dum Girls have quickly built up one of the most purely likable discographies in all of contemporary indie rock -- three albums and…   Read Story »
The new Dum Dum Girls album Too True arrives at the end of the month, but so far we've only heard lead single "Lost Boys And Girls Club." That changes now with the release of "Rimbaud Eyes," an…   Read Story »
We're almost (almost!) done reflecting on the year that was, so it's time to start taking a closer look at the year that will be. For the past several years, we've ranked our most anticipated albums.…   Read Story »
When sifting through this week's qualified nominees for 5 Best Songs, four different tracks from Sky Ferreira's long-awaited debut Night Time, My Time made the ballot. In the Bangerz pop-sphere, it's…   Read Story »
We started the day with "Lost Boys And Girls Club," a new track from recent S'gum interviewees Dum Dum Girls, but now the L.A. band has delivered a glossy -- at least it terms of the styling -- video…   Read Story »
Earlier this week, Dum Dum Girls leader Dee Dee spoke to Stereogum about her band's next album. And now we know a few details details about that album: It's called Too True, and it's out early next…   Read Story »
It's been almost two years since we heard anything from Dum Dum Girls. The band's last release, 2012's excellent End of Daze EP, was not only a much-beloved sucker punch of a record, but it also…   Read Story »
Alex Zhang Hungtai, bka Dirty Beaches, recently released Drifters/Love Is The Devil, an ambitious double-album that dazzles with his cinematic lo-fi sound. Its latter half is filled with intensely…   Read Story »