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Mike Sniper, the guy behind Blank Dogs and Captured Tracks, told us Zodiacs isn't really a band, it's "a studio project with a rotating lineup." Wild Nothing and Beach Fossils collaborate on one…   Read Story »
Panda Bear joins one of his many aesthetic offspring Ducktails (aka Real Estate's Matthew Mondanile) on this alternate bonus take of Ducktails III: Arcade Dynamics' "Killin The Vibe." Of course,…   Read Story »
I don't think Cassie Ramone and Kevin Morby's Vivian Girls/Woods spinoff the Babies' "Wild I" is a play on VG's "Wild Eyes" -- that's a Roman one not an "I." Though who knows. The song appears on a…   Read Story »
Jewelled Antler kingpin Glenn Donaldson has always had good taste in music (scroll) and a way with words. It's no surprise I like the blurb he wrote for the Welcome Home / Diggin’ The Universe…   Read Story »
Woods' downcast "Death Rattles" sounded like it needed a creepy video. I think they got one with "Death Rattles," which shows the main character crawling out from under a rock and meeting with a…   Read Story »
Over the last few years the Woodsist label's put together an impressive roster : Real Estate, Kurt Vile, Ganglians, and, of course, 'Gum Bowl headliner Woods, whose Jeremy Earl founded the label.…   Read Story »
You've seen photos of the celebrity bowling tournament, and the behind-the-scenes pictures. Soon you'll see the whole event in video highlights. But this one, and the live video herein, is about the…   Read Story »
Well this oughta be fun. A few things we love: Charity, bowling, music, and comedy. What we are doing about it: Combining all of them for a very special event. Stereogum and Videogum are partnering…   Read Story »
Late last week in Philadelphia, Titus Andronicus and Vivian Girls’ Cassie Ramone gave the Barbary a spirited cover of Weezer's beloved "Undone - The Sweater Song." Ramone was there because the…   Read Story »
At Echo Lake will be the fifth Woods full-length. This first sample from Echo Lake stays hypnotic without lulling, due to interplay between the song's guitars: some flit in and out of the foreground,…   Read Story »