Hear Deerhunter's "Death In Midsummer," the First Single From Their New LP
'Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared?,' the proper follow-up to 2015's 'Fading Frontier,' is out January 18 on 4AD.
Alex Robert Ross
Desert Daze 2016
Full Color: The Scenes and Sounds of Desert Daze 2016
Primus, Deerhunter, Television, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Sonics, and more descended on Joshua Tree for the three-day psych fest.
It Hurts Until It Doesn't: Mothers Rock Through Fury and Sometimes Tears
The Athens, Georgia, band's debut album 'When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired' is singer-songwriter prog rock for grown up emo kids.
Remembering Phife Dawg. COOKIES 16 with Moses Archuleta and Jesse Miller-Gordon
Moses Archuleta of Deerhunter and Jesse Miller-Gordon of Sick Feeling are the guests. Topics of discussion include Phife Dawg, LeBron's social media strategy, the intersection of basketball and pro wrestling, and sto
Learning a New Language: Tim Gane on Leaving Stereolab Behind and for Cavern of Anti-Matter
Much beloved, Stereolab are the past and Gane is now COAM, with a new record featuring collaborations with Bradford Cox and Sonic Boom's Pete Kember.
Deerhunter's Bradford Cox Says He Was Manhandled and Berated By Smashing Pumpkins and Crew in 2007
Pumpkins management has called the story a "complete fabrication" and threatened litigation.
Feelings Aren't Eternal and Neither Is Life: An Interview with Deerhunter
We have—as expected—a pretty candid interview with Bradford Cox and his bandmate Lockett Pundt about the group's seventh album 'Fading Frontier'.
Nice! Deerhunter's Video for "Living My Life" Is Chill
Look at that dog! He's so happy!
Bradford Cox Is a Glam-Rock Hamlet in the New Deerhunter Video for "Snakeskin"
Deerhunter announces 'Fading Frontier', the band's forthcoming seventh album, due out in October.
Presenting the First Annual Noisey Academy Awards
Will Gucci Pull Off The Upset?
The Sundaes Issue
Sorry, jaded white guy who professes to like rap music but can't remember the other guy's name out of Mobb Deep, but we love Soulja Boy. Since when did rap music being fun and goofy again become a bad thing?