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Foxygen showed off two new songs during their Coachella set yesterday, presumably from their followup to We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic. Watch video from the set below -- they…   Read Story »
I'm not crying, I just have a little dust in my eyes. No, really: Coachella's second day was largely engulfed by a more manageable (but still annoying!) version of the dust storm that turned last…   Read Story »
Starting today we're rolling out the winners of the Gummy Awards, Stereogum & Videogum's annual readers' poll. Earlier this month we asked you to vote for 2013's best album, song, music video, new…   Read Story »
Yesterday we shared live shots from the first weekend of Austin City Limits. We also caught up with some bands off-stage to take their photo in a quieter setting. Check out Pooneh Ghana's great…   Read Story »
Foxygen have released a William Doyle-directed video for the title track from their album We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors Of Peace & Magic. The Tumblr art-informed clip, shot a Queens graveyard,…   Read Story »
The music video for Foxygen-member Jonathan Rado's "Faces" may start out like an intense bare-knuckle boxing match, but quickly becomes a far more intense dance-off. The video, directed by Austin…   Read Story »
When a band starts being mentioned more for its attendant exploits than the music it's making, be wary: It's often a sign of a ship off-course; and yet, it can be the mark of a generally rising tide.…   Read Story »
If you've ever seen Foxygen live, you know that their show is usually tension-filled, but their bratty attitudes also seem to just be a part of the performance. However, earlier today, touring member…   Read Story »
Foxygen's Jonathan Rado has announced that he will release a solo EP Law And Order right at the end of the summer. Our first sample of his work is "Faces," which draws from a lot of the same…   Read Story »
Foxygen's "No Destruction" is a lovely piece of lazy, Dylanesque, gently sprawling psych-pop, and it plays out like an extended lyrical inside joke, one you wish you understood a little better. The…   Read Story »