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Last month, we gave Album Of The Week to Back To Land, the surprisingly relaxed and friendly new album from the Portland-via-San Francisco psych-rock warlocks Wooden Shjips. Today, the band gives us…   Read Story »
For a band of cloudy-eyed cosmonaut warlocks, Wooden Shjips sure do sound friendly, and they're only getting friendlier with time. The band started out as the resident mystics of the Bay Area…   Read Story »
The awesomely wizardly San Francisco psych spacemen Wooden Shjips have gone through some changes since they released their last album, 2011's West. They've moved from the Bay to Portland, and they've…   Read Story »
Bay Area space-rock warlocks Wooden Shjips will soon follow up their great 2011 album West with a new album called Back To Land. According to a press release, the new album will move the band toward…   Read Story »
The zoned-out San Francisco psych-rock two-piece and Wooden Shjips side project Moon Duo will release their sophomore album Circles this fall. They recorded most of the album in a mountain cabin in…   Read Story »
In a couple of weeks, Thrill Jockey will issue a limited edition set of Wooden Shjip remixes on vinyl featuring the likes of Andrew Weatherall, Spectrum of Spacemen 3, and Kandodo (Simon Price of The…   Read Story »
Brooklyn art-music crew Black Dice have directed the newest video for San Fransisco space-rock stompers Wooden Shjips. Black Dice's clip for "Lazy Bones" is a dense and hyperactive barrage of bright…   Read Story »
Last week, the UK's Larmer Tree Gardens hosted a hilariously deep bill for the End Of The Road Festival, a lineup that featured Joanna Newsom, Kurt Vile, Tinawiren, Lykke Li, Best Coast, the Walkmen…   Read Story »
San Francisco psych-cosmonauts Wooden Shjips are set to release the Phil Manley-produced West, their first collection recorded in a proper studio. (After Manley did his thing, Sonic Boom mastered it…   Read Story »
"Drunk Girls" will very likely be covered by various people in various forms this summer, so let's get the ball rolling: Jim Jarmusch-approved, Moon Duo-related SF psych astronauts Wooden Shjips have…   Read Story »