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Today, with no advance notice, Danish narco-rock duo the Raveonettes released Pe'ahi, their seventh album, out into the world. The album is named for a Maui surfing hotspot, and band member Sune Rose…   Read Story »
In the Raveonettes' video for the fuzzily romantic Observator cut "Curse The Night," two little kids dress up as drummer boys and lead a youngster mob through inky black-and-white streets. Things…   Read Story »
Fuzz and reverb fanatics packed into the Belly Up Tavern to witness The Raveonettes unleash their tunes from their latest album Observator. Some of the highlights included the hypnotic intertwined…   Read Story »
The Raveonettes are evidently so confident in their luxuriant zonked-out glamor that they don't see any reason to stand up when they're on TV. Last night, the band rolled out their Observator single…   Read Story »
The glamorously spacey Danish dream-rock duo the Raveonettes just dropped their new album Observator. Their video for the album track "The Enemy" is an attractive swirl of digitally-rendered…   Read Story »
Glamorous Danish reverb-rock duo the Raveonettes are one week away from releasing new album Observator, and we've already heard early tracks "Observations" and "She Owns The Streets." Right now,…   Read Story »
The Raveonettes' new video for their shimmery fuzzpop song "She Owns The Streets" takes the lyrics pretty literally. It consists almost entirely of distorted camcorder-style footage of a girl who…   Read Story »
Prolific, darkly glamorous Scandinavian rock duo the Raveonettes is back at it. Their sixth album Observator arrives this fall, and we've already posted first single "Observations." Now here's the…   Read Story »
The Raveonettes have been working with producer Richard Gottehrer (Blondie, the Go-Go's) on their sixth record, and today the first single from the new album, Observator, emerged. The spacious,…   Read Story »
The entire video for the Raveonettes' romantic reverb-awash "Let Me On Out" consists of old-timey black-and-white close-ups of the two Raveonettes. When your band is good-looking enough, I suppose…   Read Story »