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When she's not playing bass in Yuck, Mariko Doi leads her own fuzzed-out '90s-style alt-pop project Parakeet. We've already heard Parakeet tracks like "Tomorrow" and "Paper, Scissors, Stone," and the…   Read Story »
As Parakeet, Yuck bassist Mariko Doi has already dropped her solo track "Tomorrow." Today, we get to hear that track's single, a bit of fuzzed-out dreampop called "Paper, Scissors, Stone." It plays…   Read Story »
Yuck will be at Coachella this weekend and next, and have lined up a few Cali dates in between. This song's release is most certainly timed as a ploy to raise awareness for these dates -- so be aware…   Read Story »
A couple of months ago, we heard a cut called "Tomorrow" from Yuck bassist Mariko Doi who dwells under the name Parakeet in this particular solo jaunt. Today, that track has a video, which utilizes…   Read Story »
Yuck frontman Daniel Blumberg sometimes records solo as Oupa; we recently posted his Smog cover. And now he's teamed up with one Tony Crow to record a gorgeous acoustic cover of "Backwords," a piece…   Read Story »
Like her Yuck bandmate Daniel Blumberg, bassist Mariko Doi has her own band going on the side, a band called Parakeet with The History Of Apple Pie's James Thomas. Their first single is called…   Read Story »
Yuck guitarist/vocalist Daniel Blumberg moonlights as Oupa, and through that project he recently took to covering Smog's "It's Rough." Stream the track after the jump. It's Rough by Oupa Yuck…   Read Story »
Having already revealed Your Top 10 Tracks and Your Top 10 Music Videos, next box to be punched on the Gummys' advent calendar is the Top 10 New Acts Of 2011 category, and, unlike the Grammys,…   Read Story »
As a bonus track on the Japanese edition of their self-titled debut album, British fuzz-rockers Yuck included a cover of "Natsu Nandesu," a 1971 song from the Japanese folk-rock band Happy End.…   Read Story »
British '90s-indie revivalists Yuck have just posted a new track called "Soothe Me" on their blog. Compared to the tracks on the band's self-titled debut, it's a mellow sprawler, and we can actually…   Read Story »