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For decades now, the Red Hot Organization has been raising money for AIDS awareness by putting together finely curated compilations, and their next one could be amazing. The forthcoming double-CD…   Read Story »
The Swedish singer-songwriter José González has a bunch of songs on the soundtrack to The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, Ben Stiller's adaptation of the beloved book about an office drone who dreams…   Read Story »
José González is most famous for recording one of the three definitive versions of the Knife's "Heartbeats." In addition to that he's been doing good stuff recently with his band Junip. He's also…   Read Story »
Thus far, Junip, the soft and textured Swedish rock band led by José González, have made two videos for songs from their recent self-titled sophomore album, with director Mikel Cee Karlsson. Both…   Read Story »
José González's Gothenburg post-rock trio Junip are getting ready to release their self-titled sophomore album, which makes for a deeply relaxing listen: González's whispery voice over velvety…   Read Story »
Junip, the trio that José González leads when he's not making music on his own, are gearing up to release their self-titled sophomore album, and they've already given us the icy, disturbing, very…   Read Story »
On his own, the Swedish singer-songwriter José González makes spare, lonely, spectral music. As the frontman of the Gothenburg trio Junip, he does much the same thing, except he does it with a…   Read Story »
When he's not making gorgeous, spare folk-pop on his own, José González leads the pastoral folk-pop trio Junip, and they'll follow up 2010's Fields this spring with a self-titled sophomore album.…   Read Story »
The big news to come out of last night's late-night lineup is obviously this: St. Vincent's Annie Clark leaving a smoking hole in the middle of the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon stage with her…   Read Story »
This Andreas Nilsson-directed video for "Always" doesn't have oozing creatures or special effects makeup, but it's still creepy. That tells you a lot about the clip's main character, who comes to…   Read Story »