Brooklyn band Yeasayer always want to push things a little further. When they started a few years ago, they seemed like they were aiming somewhere between Animal Collective and the (then just beginning) off-beat sounds of Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder label artists. And now on their most recent Fragrant World, they’ve doubled and re-doubled their commitment […]
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Yeasayer Shrugs Off the Hype: 'We Have a House Full of People Every Night; That Keeps Us Going and That's What I Care About'
Everyone's favorite psychedelic funhouse soundtrackers Yeasayer have hit the road once again, despite not having a new album to tour on since last year's superb Odd Blood. They're due at Pomona's Glass House on May 22. We took a minute to speak with the band's Ira Wolf Tuton on how they deal with constant blogosphere […]
] The band released a 15-song album entitled The Fall while touring North America this year. It was recorded and produced on an iPad…how sweet is that? You can listen for free, as long as you submit your name and email address on their website. The physical album is slated for 2011. You can watch the video for the […]
FRIDAY, APRIL 16 Sleigh Bells: The love child of a former hardcore musician and a sugar-voiced teeny bopper (who’s all grown up now), Sleigh Bells have rocketed upward in the year they’ve been airborne. After a much-hyped performance at last year’s CMJ festival, the Brooklyn duo of Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller have become a […]