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By Amrit Singh & Brandon Stosuy After a night of front-to-back ATP-approved "classics," it was nice to tackle a day of unpredictable sets. We missed the earliest acts -- Apse, Australia's garage…   Read Story »
After hearing "Gillian Was A Horse" from Damien Jurado's forthcoming Caught In The Trees, we contacted the Seattle singer-songwriter and asked if he'd want to premiere a track at Stereogum. Lucky for…   Read Story »
When we showed you Fridge bassist Adem Ilhan strumming-out dEUS's "Hotellounge (Be the Death of Me)," we made sure to mention the UK-based multi-instrumental crooner is also covering any number of…   Read Story »
16 years! It's been a long time to wait. For some of you it's probably been a lifetime. All that ends this fall, though, confirmed via tonight's news that's caused music bloggers countrywide to faint…   Read Story »
We mentioned Sub Pop's 20th Anniversary a ways back -- well, it's officially time to party (especially if you live in the Pacific Northwest). The rumors have been circling the web, and now we have…   Read Story »
Retribution Gospel Choir is the dark, heavy Minnesota trio of Low guitarist/vocalist Alan Sparhawk and new Low bassist Steve Garrington (who recently replaced Matt Livingston in both bands) with…   Read Story »
In the time since we last mentioned the favorite kids show for indie yuppie parents looking for ways to spend time with their little children, Yo Gabba Gabba's had some Stereofriendly folks swing by…   Read Story »
Wow, there's gonna be a shitload of videos from Drums And Guns -- especially if there are no live-action logistics to contend with. This makes the second animated clip for Low in recent months (first…   Read Story »
Stuffing your face full of chocolate cake is hard work! So taxing that, after chowing down in "Breaker," Alan Sparhawk has gone on extended video vacay, not even showing his face (or those of any…   Read Story »
Low's first clip from Drums And Guns had Alan doing his best Kobayashi, with chocolate cake in place of hot dogs. But in "Belarus," Sparhawk and Mimi sing, "To my mouth, frozen shut," so you knew…   Read Story »