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Since last summer, our Amrit Singh has been making an independent short film called Dosa Hunt, starring Das Racist's Himanshu Suri and Ashok Kondabolu, Vampire Weekend's Rostam Batmanglij, Yeasayer's…   Read Story »
A little while ago, Fanfarlo dropped the pulsating "Shiny Things," and on the day of that single's release Yeasayer comes through with a remix of the track. Yeasayer takes the trap and warps it,…   Read Story »
Yeasayer's Ahmed Gallab has an incredibly colorful back story, one that starts in Sudan before Omar El-Bashir took over and has since made stops in Provo, Boston and Ohio. Though he's contributed to…   Read Story »
Later this month, Death Cab For Cutie will release their Codes And Keys Remix EP. We've already posted remixes from Cut Copy, the 2 Bears, Ulrich Schnauss, and RAC Maury. And below, we've got…   Read Story »
Last night Yeasayer returned to television with the new song "Devil And The Deed," an anxious cut of backbeat new wave with Anand Wilder out front, fog by their ankles, and synths and falsetto…   Read Story »
This year's Record Store Day continued the tradition of being a candyland for limited-edition LP collectors and also a clearinghouse for bands wanting to support the local vinyl economy while also…   Read Story »
This week's videos are weird. We've got new ones from Yeasayer, Cut Copy, Felix Cartal, and Craig Wedren, among many others. Off the top of my head there are at least three clips with people licking…   Read Story »
Yeasayer trotted out Odd Blood's "I Remember" on Valentine's Day for obvious reasons. Sophia Peer's suitably romantic video for the track melds Lionel Ritchie's "Hello," a Toro Y Moi smoke-out, and…   Read Story »
Williamsburg is a Camel cigarette, the new Bedford Ave. Duane Reade has a wine bar inside of it, the yuppies are part of the firmament. Along with the latest wave of high-end gentrification in this…   Read Story »
Austin City Limits hosted some of the nicest weather in years alongside an impressive line up with main headliners The Strokes, Muse and the Eagles. Some tough scheduling choices though needed to be…   Read Story »