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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 »
Finally some sounds to round out the months of vague news reports and website launches for Monsters Of Folk, the project that brings Yim Yames + M. Ward + Conor Oberst + Mike Mogis to one set of…   Read Story »
The previously reported Jim James/M. Ward/Conor Oberst collab project has a release date (9/22). Also a site which doesn't offer much (yet), although the credit to Yim Yames is a nice touch.   Read Story »
By Amrit Singh & Brandon Stosuy Our trek into Indio went so smoothly this year that we've both become paranoid about something going incredibly wrong at any moment, but so far we've made it through…   Read Story »
The Zooey fans were probably hoping Matt would follow up "Hold Time"'s video with some sort of visual treatment for "Never Had Nobody Like You," but they have cotton commercials to hold them over.…   Read Story »
SXSW 2009 opened with a bit of bad luck turned good: It was too foggy for our flight to land in Houston, so they re-routed us directly to Austin, cutting out the layover, etc. Not all the passengers…   Read Story »
When M. Ward performed last week at the Henry Fonda Theater, Zooey Deschanel showed up to accompany the guitar slinger on a couple of tracks, including the recently Late Night-tested "Never Had…   Read Story »
Although they never seem to be too far from each other, the She and the Him reunited last night for a few songs during M. Ward's very sold out show at Henry Fonda Theater. Matt ran the spread, from…   Read Story »