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INTERVIEW // Tune-Yards

This article originally appeared in NARC. Magazine.

Back in 2012, Chuck Klosterman wrote a piece for Grantland ‘explaining’ the concept behind Merrill Garbus’ critically acclaimed musical project tUnE-yArDs. 680 more words


Water Fountain- tUnE-yArDs

Lo-Fi Experimental Folk

The music of tUnE-yArDs is most definitely experimental. It is a mix of indie-pop and several different cultural influences. Their music combines the comfortability of indie-pop with strange beats and a variety of unique sounds. 92 more words


Sylvan Esso : 'Could I Be'

‘Coffee’ is not the only Sylvan Esso song worth checking out. This is an equally strong track, which reminds me a bit of Feist, Phantogram and Tune-Yards all rolled into one.  38 more words


Review: Sonny and the Sunsets - Moods Baby Moods

It’s a sunny day in San Francisco. The humidity makes this heat a thousand times less tolerable. I can see Sausalito from this low lit attic and I wonder: has it really been three years? 504 more words


Sonny & the Sunsets - Moods Baby Moods

For his latest outing under the Sonny & the Sunsets moniker, Sonny Smith pulls something of an of Montreal , backing away from the lo-fi pop of his past releases in favor of a more rhythm-centric album of jagged beats and compressed post-punk funk. 790 more words

New Music

A brash, confident homecoming for Thao & the Get Down Stay Down

By Norm de Veyra //

Thao & the Get Down Stay Down //
The Fillmore – San Francisco
April 30th, 2016 //

Thao & the Get Down Stay Down kicked off their Fillmore show last Saturday by blasting English hip-hop artist M.I.A.’s anthem “Bad Girls” while Thao Nguyen and her bandmates sauntered onto a dark stage. 211 more words


Thao & The Get Down Stay Down - A Man Alive

What do you get when you put together two of the boldest and most unique female artists working?  You get a Thao Nguyen album that sounds a little bit like a tUnE-yArDs album. 844 more words