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The sequel to Zooey & Matt's Volume 1 promises 13 songs -- 11 originals and covers of Skeeter Davis and NRBQ -- and a 3/23 release date via Merge. Keep up at sheandhim.com.   Read Story »
Mrs. Gibbard told MTV the new She & Him's done and will be out in 2010: "It's official. It's done and being released in the spring. And we're going to go on tour." Also, they're definitely continuing…   Read Story »
The last time a video featured Conor Oberst in a public performance period piece, he was getting clobbered by trash and tomatoes. But that was before he and Mogis recruited Yim Yames on drums and M.…   Read Story »
In a very special Halloween edition of the 'Gum Drop, David "Moose" Adamson, aka Jookabox, told us "Evil Nite" -- "a song about the infection taking hold of a pure soul in limbo" -- is an early…   Read Story »
Conor Oberst, M. Ward, Jim James, Mike Mogis, and Centro-matic's Will Johnson donned their best late-night suits and played Seattle's Paramount Theatre last night. Photographer Laura Musselman was on…   Read Story »
Monsters Of Folk are four dudes better known for other projects, they are the Them Crooked Vultures of the NPR-section of contemporary music, they are like the Traveling Wilburys but not as iconic,…   Read Story »
While we were rocking the Catskills, enjoying what Wayne Coyne said was "the greatest collection of underground music ever assembled," dozens of other great indie bands (and a few hip-hop luminaries)…   Read Story »
And art it is. On the front sleeve of the forthcoming Monsters Of Folk album is an illustration of the lite-indie superheroes' beatific mugs, just beckoning you to listen to more NPR. Matthew…   Read Story »
The Paste-y supergroup of Conor, Matt, Yim, and Mike drop another pair of tracks from their forthcoming mindmeld. These aren't as free as was "Say Please," you'll have to pony up a couple bucks at…   Read Story »
The all-star roots troupe of Conor Oberst, Jim James, M. Ward, and Mike Mogis finally let us sample their Monsters Of Folk project with the not very folky "Say Please" the other day. The self-titled…   Read Story »