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Lately, Justin Vernon has been playing a few random shows with the North Carolina band Megafaun, his friends and former DeYarmomd Edison bandmates. They played a show at the Pinkhook in Durham…   Read Story »
As the story goes there was once a band called DeYarmond Edison that was having difficulties and decided to break up. Three of the members formed Megafaun, while their ex-frontman, Justin Vernon,…   Read Story »
Sylvan Esso, a collaboration project between Mountain Man’s Amelia Meath and Megafaun’s Nick Sanborn, dropped "Play It Right" today -- the lead track from the second A side of their upcoming "2 A…   Read Story »
Sylvan Esso is new project from Mountain Man's Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn of Megafaun. Their first single "Hey Mami" is the perfect synthesis of both group's sound -- folksy crooning and layered…   Read Story »
Recent Minneapolis BTW Gayngs is essentially the project of producer Ryan Olson (above) with Zack Coulter and Adam Hurlburt of Solid Gold, but there are so many extra hands crammed into the hot tub…   Read Story »
This summer, North Carolina BTW (and Gayngs-related triathlon weepers) Megafaun are following last year's Gather, Form & Fly with a 36-minute mini-album Heretofore. It reportedly includes a…   Read Story »
Minneapolis producer Ryan Olson and Zack Coulter and Adam Hurlburt of Tanlines pals Solid Gold are at the center of Gayngs, but a couple dozen other folks orbit the trio on the debut album Relayted.…   Read Story »
Fresh off of making waves by performing for the filmic undead, Justin Vernon continued his recent fascination with thespian mortality by holding his previously reported show at the Hollywood…   Read Story »
Megafaun's Bury The Square was an invigorating mix of folk harmonies, spaced-out explorations, and noisy/spliced experimentation. Tellingly, the Raleigh-via-Eau Claire trio's comfortable playing (or…   Read Story »
Raleigh-via-Eau Clair BTW Megafaun debuted impressively earlier this year with Bury The Square. The trio nip-and-tuck experimental tendencies (tape splicing, white noise colliding with banjo,…   Read Story »