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Why all the nudity in 2009? Well, look at this way: The affordability of video production technology has made it easier for everybody to get in the game; the unceremonious death of music television…   Read Story »
When we posted our most anticipated albums of 2010, there was a reason we decided to illustrate it with a Yeasayer thumbnail: It's clear the playful psychedelic Brooklyn group's second full-length…   Read Story »
That technologically advanced NSFW preview does indeed get fleshed out in the official Radical Friend-directed video for Odd Blood's excellent teaser track "Ambling Alp." The psychedelically…   Read Story »
This year in music was great and we'rea gonna let it finish (sorry), but in terms of notable album releases the ship has sailed. No offense, 30 Seconds To Mars. While the Gummys' virtual poll booth…   Read Story »
There's a progression at play here. There was Sigur Rós filming hairless young things frolicking in the woods for "Gobbledigook," surpassed many months later by Girls' XXX "Lust For Life" video…   Read Story »
Here's yet another look for Yeasayer's excellent Odd Blood-teaser track "Ambling Alp," courtesy of the magic seeking Philadelphia sound man Dayve Hawk aka Memory Tapes. It's an official remix,…   Read Story »
Last Friday, Yeasayer offered the first drop from their forthcoming Odd Blood LP in the form of "Ambling Alp," a chirping and fuzzing, horned and harmonized left-field upper that's as polyrhythmic…   Read Story »
On the same day they unleashed the rather awesome "Ambling Alp" MP3, Yeasayer headlined the latest installment of the Guggenheim museum's It Came From Brooklyn series. Opening were Tanlines (the…   Read Story »
The chanted, harmonious Brooklyn-via-Baltimore psychedelic-pop troupe told Jessica in a Progress Report that they were, essentially, trying to "make you feel inadequate, like you're not cool enough…   Read Story »
Save for "Tightrope," it's been a while since we've heard anything from Yeasayer beyond its members' cameos (SMD, B4L), production work, and remixes. That'll change in early 2010 (not 2080) when the…   Read Story »