Articles tagged devendra banhart

Josephine Foster: Graphic As a Star

The Snow White of freak-folk gets her Emily Dickinson on.

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David Meets Goliath: An Interview With Devendra Banhart

Devendra Banhart gladly dismantles any notions of relinquishing creative control to his new major label bosses, explores the biological evolution of mushrooms, and shares a surprising connection to Neil Young.

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Devendra Banhart: 16.Nov.2009 - Chicago

Devendra Banhart: 16 November 2009 - Vic Theatre, Chicago / Words and Pictures by Allison Taich

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In honor of Devendra Banhart’s major label debut, What Will We Be, the musician has released an unofficial video for the album’s 13th

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Devendra Banhart What Will We Be (Warner Brothers) Releasing: October 27 Live versions of “Baby” and “Chin Chin & Muck Muck” showed up on YouTube a

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Devendra Banhart premiered two new songs this past week. [via Each Note Secure]

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12 Nov 2007 // 10:00 PM

Os Mutantes: Mutantes Live

Nearly 40 years after the Brazilian psychedelic rock band helped spearhead the Tropicalista movement, Os Mutantes return with this double-live celebration.

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C’mon Over and Let’s Make a Record: An Interview with Devendra Banhart

How the pied piper of psych folk and his ever growing band of followers holed up in a Topanga Canyon house, broke out a boxload of exotic instruments and kicked out the jams of Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon.

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Devendra Banhart: Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon

Pushing beyond the boundaries of indie folk, Banhart's fifth album is another very fine achievement in his immensely satisfying and always intriguing career.

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18 Sep 2007 // 4:56 AM

Five questions for neo-folkie Devendra Banhart

Twenty-six-year-old Devendra Banhart is part of the scene that has regrettably been termed “freak-folk” or “acid-folk.” Such labels don’t tell you anything useful about

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Devendra Banhart: Cripple Crow

Exceeding expectations, Devendra outdoes himself and most of his generation.

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7 Dec 2004 // 1:00 AM

A tremolo-touting troubadour bears his Psychedelic Squid and other weapons of the willfully obtuse.

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18 Nov 2004 // 11:00 PM

	Devendra Banhart: Nino Rojo

I’d like to preface this review by saying that I don’t get people who don’t get Devendra Banhart. The man now has

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	Devendra Banhart: Rejoicing in the Hands

The newest stars of rock ‘n’ roll aren’t lead guitar players, sexy front men, the quiet bass players, or the anonymous drummers. The new

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	Devendra Banhart: Oh Me Oh My ... The Way the Day Goes by the Sun Is Setting Dogs Are Dreaming Love

He wasn’t, if you believe the press release, really going to release this record at all. The story goes that teenaged Devendra Banhart was

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//Mixed media

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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