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"Gauntlet Hair has reached its end," the band wrote on Facebook today. "Thank you all for your support these past 4 years." The Chicago duo just released a sophomore full-length, Stills via Dead…   Read Story »
Next month, Chicago duo Gauntlet Hair release Stills, the new album of dark and gothy new wave that Unknown Mortal Orchestra's Jacobo Portrait produced for them. "Bad Apple" follows "Human Nature" as…   Read Story »
In the video for Gauntlet Hair's fluid "Human Nature," the band runs through their hometown Chicago, mostly through train stations, as well as into some subtly wild house party scenarios. The track…   Read Story »
For their new record Stills, Gauntlet Hair left Denver to return to their home city Chicago. The duo went on nostalgia benders and that's from where they gleaned influence for this new record. "I…   Read Story »
Here's the latest from Adult Swim's Singles Program, a track from Denver indie duo Gauntlet Hair called "Righteous Black." It's a roaring slice of the reverb-y pop the group favors. Download it…   Read Story »
Of all the Area Codes we've done so far, Denver is the biggest city, so it's probably not a surprise that it has one of the richer histories of anything in the series. Before the jam band craze of…   Read Story »
Assaultive Denver indie duo Gauntlet Hair mine a haunted vibe in the video for "Keep Time," a clip that finds them rummaging around industrial Portland, smashing stuff including a particular variety…   Read Story »
We've posted "Keep Time" and "Top Bunk" from Denver pop collagists Gauntlet Hair's debut LP and also included them in our Best New Bands Of 2011 list. So, given that buildup, it's probably time to…   Read Story »
Save a bit of humidity, it is an undeniably autumnal day in NYC. It's gray, it is wet, and it feels positively gauche to jam to anything that would feel right at a beach. So to help to fill the void…   Read Story »
Denver, CO duo Gauntlet Hair has been on the verge for some time now, thanks to their cacophonous, ramshackle reverb-pop gems. The Stereogum40 welcomed them this year. Today, we share their…   Read Story »