“I Only Have Eyes For You” is a classic American song, a standard written in 1934 by Harry Warren and Al Dubin and most famously recorded by the Flamingos in 1959. And now a whole host of indie artists have recorded covers of the song for artist Doug Aitken’s installation “Song 1,” which comes to… More »
Next month, the L.A. spacey-drift duo Lucky Dragons will release a seven-song mini-album called EXISTERS, and they’re selling it by using the pay-what-you-want model. (You have to drop at least a dollar, but that’s still a deal.) Right now, they’re giving away the album-opening title track, a seven-minute hazy reverie. Grab it below. More »
Unlike Friday’s show at the Echoplex, Thom Yorke and his new crew’s Orpheum gig last night was not a “rehearsal.” What that seems to mean, in practical terms, was one big tradeoff (less bare Yorke chest/belly, more extensive stage lighting setup) and one setlist deviation in Sunday night’s addition of “Super Collider.” Photographer Andrew Youssef… More »
Not all of Stereogum’s favorite sounds conform to what folks expect us to cover. In this space, resident Bananafish fetishist Brandon Stosuy focuses on bands, albums, singles, and villages in Sweden that may otherwise pass by unnoticed. This installment’s eclectic virtual milk crate contains Lucky Dragons, The Julie Mittens, MGR, and Xela.
I… More »