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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 »
A couple of weeks ago José González’s rock trio Junip posted a free download of their four-song Rope & Summit EP. That was just a taste: The psychedelic Swedish folk-rock trio's full-length…   Read Story »
José González's rock trio Junip have posted the four-song Rope & Summit EP on their site -- you'll soon own it if you sign-up for their mailing list. The 20-minute collection officially goes on…   Read Story »
That blockbuster Dark Was The Night charity comp is following up on yesterday's Dirty Projectors & David Byrne MP3 with a new song stream every day over at MySpace. Today's taste is a take on Nick…   Read Story »
The tents are collapsed, the recycling collected, the hippies headed to the showers (j/k hippies don't take showers). Bonnaroo '08 now belongs to the chemically enhanced memories of its campers, and…   Read Story »
Over the years, across incarnations, Greg Dulli's done great covers -- from Björk to TLC to the Beatles and back. At the Gutters Twins tour launch at Bowery Ballroom on Thursday, he and Mark Lanegan…   Read Story »
He got his first taste of success with a Knife song and thousands of colorful bouncing balls, which is funny because José González has an intensely simple, personalized sound. Even on a commercial…   Read Story »
The generally awesome Greg Dulli cut his teeth as a sweaty, oversexed r&b-infused Ohio heartbreaker in Afghan Whigs and then got himself some New Orleans gospel swagger in Twilight Singers. José…   Read Story »