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We're in the thick of results season for Stereogum and Videogum's annual readers poll, the Gummy Awards. Your favorite albums and new artists of 2013 have already been revealed; now it's time to…   Read Story »
Last night, Arcade Fire were on Saturday Night Live's Tina Fey-hosted season premiere, where they played "Reflektor" and "Afterlife" and appeared in a sketch. Following the show, NBC aired a 30…   Read Story »
This week's top clips tended toward the brighter, flipper side of things. Because summer, probably! But before we dive into the quirk and laughs, there's a short filmic clip by a film director that…   Read Story »
Eric Wareheim (of Tim And... fame) and Diplo's Major Lazer have a longstanding relationship when it comes to the dancehall-inflected project's visual needs. Wareheim introduced a Passa…   Read Story »
Yesterday, Beach House and Phoenix both dropped mindbending, huge-budgeted videos at basically the exact same moment; as soon as I got done writing up one of them, I had to launch into the next one…   Read Story »
Eric Wareheim, one half of the absurdist comedy duo Tim & Eric, doesn't direct music videos too often, but when he does, he can be relied upon to produce some grandly bizarre vision. That's certainly…   Read Story »
Rick Alverson's The Comedy is a film about bored, aging hipsters and the film, which stars Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim of Tim And Eric, Awesome Show, Great Job! fame, recently screened at…   Read Story »
Last week video surfaced of passionate (ostensibly ecstasy-friendly) National fans dry humping to "Bloodbuzz Ohio" at Coachella. The moment was captured by Eric Wareheim, who eventually turns the…   Read Story »
Yasmine Kittles, who says she's influenced by Artaud's Theatre Of Cruelty (etc.) and records with Former Ghosts, is the primary focus of Tearist, her L.A. PPM (and Pictureplane)-stamped duo with…   Read Story »
A couple of Best Videos Of The Week ago I mentioned how nearly every good clip that week was too long, too nude, or too violent to make it on to MTV; one was even removed from YouTube, verification…   Read Story »