Music shares a stage with Warhol and Van Gogh as the festival season officially starts.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Deerhunter gives Track By Track breakdown of new album, Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?: Stream
Bradford Cox explains what happens when you record the impossible.
Album Review: Deerhunter Still Bristles with Spirit on the Bleak Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?
Arid and expansive, the latest from Bradford Cox and co. shimmers with thoughtful meditations on destruction.
Get ready to hear from folks you haven’t heard from for a very, very long time.
The song serves as an “elegy for ecology” leading up to their upcoming album.
The Atlanta festival also promises Incubus, Tears For Fears, Interpol, Foals, Father John Misty, Dashboard Confessional, and Sharon Van Etten.
Fauver was a member of the band from 2004 to 2012.
Deerhunter detail new album, Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?, share “Death in Midsummer”: Stream
Plus, the indie rockers have mapped out an early 2019 North American tour.
See professionally shot footage of “Detournement”, “Futurism”, “What Happens to People”, “Death in Midsummer”, and “No One’s Sleeping”.
Our picks to help alleviate all of your scheduling conflicts this weekend in Barcelona.
The follow-up to 2015’s Fading Frontier will be produced by Welsh singer-songwriter Cate Le Bon.
Plus, they’ve officially begun working on the follow-up to 2015’s Fading Frontier.