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Last year, Brooklyn welcomed the inaugural edition of Great GoogaMooga, a food and music festival run by the folks behind Bonnaroo (Superfly) in a large and beautiful space (Prospect Park) that ruled…   Read Story »
This morning, Yeah Yeah Yeahs unveiled the video for "Sacrilege," the epic and stormy first single from their forthcoming album Mosquito. The British model and actress Lily Cole stars in the…   Read Story »
Stereogum's recaps and photos from SXSW continue... Encrust @ Mohawk Outdoor (PITCHFORK/SHOW NO MERCY), 12:30PM The Show No Mercy showcase at House Of Vans (aka Mohawk) started early. Like,…   Read Story »
Last night, after sets from Nick Cave and Café Tacvba, Yeah Yeah Yeahs played to a rapt audience at Stubb's outdoor stage for NPR's SXSW showcase. Sporting a bedazzled, bright yellow suit, one neon…   Read Story »
Yeah Yeah Yeahs have already teased bits from their new album Mosquito and we've gotten a deeper sneak peek of two new tracks from a show they played in California last month. Today, Zane Lowe…   Read Story »
Last month, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs announced the impending release of their new album Mosquito, teasing it with a quick trailer video. They're still keeping most of the actual sounds on the album…   Read Story »
Well, that was fast. Not one hour ago, we posted footage of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs debuting two new songs live onstage over the weekend. And now they've let us in on a whole bunch of info about that…   Read Story »
Yeah Yeah Yeahs have a new album, their first in four years, coming out in spring. And Friday night at Pomona, California's Glass House, they played a small show and gave us our first idea of what…   Read Story »
Yeah Yeah Yeahs leader Karen O brought Stop The Virgens, the "psycho-opera" that she debuted in New York last year, to Sydney's Vivid Festival last weekend. And in the process of promoting it, she…   Read Story »
Today, scratchy-voiced soul singer Macy Gray releases her new album Covered, which, naturally enough, consists mostly of covers. Most of those covers are fairly WTF in nature, including a version of…   Read Story »