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Joan Jett recruited a whole bunch of people to appear in her women's rights PSA that encourages people to vote in the upcoming midterm elections. "There are candidates running for office this…   Read Story »
Eleanor Friedberger is the subject of a new commercial for Lucky Brand Jeans for their #standout campaign. The Fiery Furnaces singer stars in a commercial and appears in a few photos for the clothing…   Read Story »
Public Access TV is a New York pop-rock trio fronted by John Eatherly, a former member of the great Nashville teenage punk troublemakers Be Your Own Pet who later served as a sideman for the likes of…   Read Story »
As previously speculated, Beck is finally releasing an official version of his 2012 sheet music album Song Reader at the end of the month. Beck will only be performing one song ("Heaven's Ladder")…   Read Story »
Although Late Night With Seth Meyers has scaled back its musical component, Fred Armisen's 8G Band still comprises a number of indie rock veterans, and last night they added one extra. Fiery Furnaces…   Read Story »
The Fiery Furnaces' Eleanor Friedberger gave us the supremely likable solo album Personal Record earlier this year, and she's now made four videos with the reliably funny director Scott Jacobson. The…   Read Story »
Eleanor Friedberger, who recently stopped by Stereogum HQ to perform a few songs, has released a video for Personal Record track "When I Knew." The clip was directed and animated by Ryan Junell and…   Read Story »
Welcome to another Stereogum Sessions. In our last edition, we saw Small Black perform in their dark practice space (that was also the location of now-defunct interview and performance show Juan's…   Read Story »
Last month, Eleanor Friedberger released Personal Record, her second solo album and the follow-up to her excellent 2011 offering, Last Summer. While Friedberger rose to fame working with her brother…   Read Story »
Last month, the Fiery Furnaces' Eleanor Friedberger released Personal Record, a lush, incisive, and utterly winning solo album, a more straightforward and immediate piece of music than anything she's…   Read Story »