Deerhunter and Atlas Sound pens new, original music for documentary.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Hear 30-second samples of the 17-track effort.
Asheville festival announces additions to daytime and nighttime programming.
Ten years later, Los Angeles’ best summer festival remains just as rowdy.
The many projects of the man behind Deerhunter and Atlas Sound.
Hear Bradford Cox’s “very avant-garde rock & roll record” two weeks early.
Plus, listen to the track’s studio version.
Bradford Cox “stockpiled upward of 250 potential songs for the new disc.”
The film premieres in New York City next month.
Ranked for your pleasure.
Off the reissue of The Hunchback EP
The music industry got even more asinine in 2012.
Watch out Trent Reznor.
Magic Mike also appears in the film.
Bradford Cox loves him some Ramones.
A collection of this country’s most musically-versed voters.
And they’re just as clever as you.
On Atlas Sound’s “marketability” and Michael Douglas.
Bobby, Pussy Riot, Karen O, Jackson 5, and the son of ODB.
Hear their new track “Still”, plus a full-length album is on the way.
“I played a lot of uninterrupted music there.”
Plus, stream the new Deerhunter instrumental “Curve”.
With a random guest appearance from Bradford Cox.
Our third taste of Parallax.
Label deletes the musician’s bedroom recordings.
The Atlanta quartet matures its sound without losing its voice.
Also, launches massive street team campaign.
This performance is so money, they don’t even know it.
This should be fun.
Logos brings us a new, “bored with introspection” Bradford Cox.
The hottest film of the fall season carries one charming soundtrack.
Bascially, the Logos that “leaked” last year now needs some replacing…
Bradford Cox (of Deerhunter) didn’t like his band’s first record. 2005’s Turn It Up Faggot was the result of much animosity and negativity between the ever changing line-up of members signaling the need for Deerhunter to turn a new …