Thursday, November 13 2014
Deerhoof's 12th album channels the band's musical chops toward sharp political critique while retaining moments of whimsical release.
Thursday, May 19 2011
With the release of Deerhoof vs Evil, Deerhoof continues on its merry way, making music that is gloriously idiosyncratic and accessible. Guitarist John Dieterich talks about the new album, his musical frustrations, and a love for Brazilian music.
Tuesday, January 18 2011
Friday, April 16 2010
Saturday is the third annual Record Store Day, and to celebrate, PopMatters caught up with Deerhoof mastermind Greg Saunier about the re-releases the band is putting out for RSD, the revival of the MIDI format, and feeling like a king in Russia ...
Wednesday, March 10 2010
Few artists can say they’ve contributed a musical and artistic history as fruitful as Ono’s. At the tender age of 77, the widow of John Lennon is still aggressively pursuing a path of imaginative exploration based on the same two concepts that have always guided her as they did her belated husband: peace and love.
Saturday, March 6 2010
Almost two weeks ago Yoko Ono and her Plastic Ono Band lead off the 2010 Noise Pop festival with a performance at the Fox Theater in Oakland.
Wednesday, October 7 2009
Though the band has been steadily gaining followers, they still hover on the outskirts of mass appeal, and their fans appreciate such fringes.
Sunday, June 7 2009
The latest from Regan Farquhar would be a train wreck in the hands of a lesser man. Instead, fans are treated to another dose of verbal head-trip conscious rap with a side of phat.
Monday, October 20 2008
Words and Pictures by Kirstie Shanley