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Tuesday, January 22 2008

Slipped Discs 2007

PopMatters' annual tradition of offering up its Slipped Discs picks continues with the biggest installment to date. These are the albums our writers just loved, but missed our enormous top 60 albums list late last year.

Thursday, June 1 2006

Clap Your Hands Say No

With the white-hot hype behind them, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah's Alec Ounsworth looks back on the Talking Heads comparison, the glare of overexposure and the two-letter word no record-company suit ever wants to hear.


Sunday, September 25 2011

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah: Hysterical

The folkloric Brooklyn band of indie rock fame return almost five years later with their third and most cohesive LP.

Wednesday, March 18 2009

The Future of Music Coalition D.C. Policy Day 2009

Music and tech industry insiders -- including Clap Your Hands Say Yeah frontman Alec Ounsworth, Bomb Squad founder Hank Shocklee, and legendary manager Peter Jenner -- gather in Washington D.C. to discuss the future of music creation, marketing, and commerce.

Thursday, November 6 2008

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

It’s become a well-known fact that at a Clap Your Hands Say Yeah show, the energy of the audience had better be in inverse proportion to that of the band, or else people will be falling asleep.

Sunday, April 15 2007

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah: Some Loud Thunder

Brooklyn’s Clap Your Hands Say Yeah return with a sophomore that is little better than more of the same, only darker.

Monday, August 1 2005

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah likely has a very bright career ahead of them, but they're only just getting started.


Tuesday, July 23 2013

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Releases EP and Announces Tour

A reconfigured Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have released an EP, Little Moments, ahead of a new album to be released next January.


Wednesday, January 31 2007

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah resists labeling - and big label interest

A scrappy band from Brooklyn releases a scrawl of a CD and distributes it entirely on their own. An Internet buzz spreads word of the disk, and over the course of a year, it goes on to sell a miraculous 100,000 copies.

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