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Norwegian TV show Lydverket did an interview with Phil Collins, prefaced by interview clips with Neon Indian's Alan Palomo, Sleigh Bells' Derek Miller, and Yeasayer's Anand Wilder talking about their…   Read Story »
Fresh off their appearance on  Kimmel, Phoenix resumed their victory lap tour, playing to a full house in San Diego. Neon Indian made for a fitting opener summoning otherworldly sounds via his…   Read Story »
Neon Indian's Alan Palomo stopped by Sirius Radio XMU for an interview with Jake Fogelnest and to play a couple of tracks. He played a new song called "I Really Didn't Need You Anyway." Palomo said…   Read Story »
Class Actress's take on "Terminally Chill" is less chill, though a lot icier than the original. Add this one to your Neon Indian cover mixtape, next to Here We Go Magic's "Deadbeat Summer" and White…   Read Story »
Governors Island is a magical place built for art, installations, bike rides, and marriage proposals. The New York Times has done a profile, followup, and critical discussion piece on the place this…   Read Story »
From White Hinterland’s “6669 (I Don’t Know If You Know)" to Texas Townes Van Zandt fan Jesse Woods' “Mind Drips” and now Luke Temple & Co's take on "Deadbeat Summer," it feels like…   Read Story »
Toward the beginning of the month we posted White Hinterland's cover of Neon Indian's "6669 (I Don’t Know If You Know)." Today we have 27-year-old California-to-Texas singer-songwriter/Townes Van…   Read Story »
This stop-motion video for "6669" (maybe the best track on Psychic Chasms, and the one that samples a track by Alan's father, Jorge) uses common objects -- beads, nylon string, wire -- to create a…   Read Story »
Virgin Mobile's Festival will be free just like it was last year. And it'll happen September 25th at Maryland's Merriweather Post Pavilion. Sir Richard Branson took a break from para-sailing or…   Read Story »
Amrit and I saw Inception just before the start of this year’s Pitchfork Festival, so you have to read this post with the understanding that the first day may have been a dream, or maybe you are in…   Read Story »