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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 »
Woods performed three previously unreleased bits of their spacious helium-huffing psychedelia along with Songs Of Shame's "Where And What Are You?" when they stopped by Daytrotter.   Read Story »
In its sixth year, Fuck Yeah Fest had the explicit intention of benefitting California's state parks, and implicit intention of scaring away media outlets afraid of things with "Fuck" in the title.…   Read Story »
According to their MySpace, Babies is the project of Vivian Girls' Cassie Ramone, Woods bassist Kevin Morby, Bossy drummer Justin Sullivan, and Stupid Party's Nathanael Stark on bass. All that said,…   Read Story »