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Considering the Legacy of Deerhoof with Greg Saunier

Working in different cities, recording parts as MP3s, and stitching them together, Deerhoof once again show total disregard for the very concept of genre with their latest, Future Teenage Cave Artists.

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Deerhoof: Fever 121614

The new vinyl release from the always-reliable Deerhoof doesn't disappoint. Bring ear plugs.

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Deerhoof: La Isla Bonita

Deerhoof's 12th album channels the band's musical chops toward sharp political critique while retaining moments of whimsical release.

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Deerhoof: Breakup Song

Deerhoof's 12th album is an energy-pop bullet train fuelled by a surprising, newfound consistency.

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Late Fall 2012 New Music Playlist

Ready for another playlist with background notes for music by Cat Power, Stars, Deerhoof and more.

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Of Montreal + Deerhoof: 20 March 2012 – Los Angeles

Just what the (witch) doctor ordered: a real chance to let loose. Tune in, turn on, drop doubt that good music will prevail.

Melissa Bobbitt
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Fun and Interesting Places: An Interview with Deerhoof's John Dieterich

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.

Russ Slater
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Friends Opportunities: An Interview with Deerhoof on Record Store Day

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 ...

Ryan Reed
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Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band + Deerhoof: 23 February 2010 - Oakland, CA

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.

Mary Danzer
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Noise Pop Festival 2010: Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band: 23.Feb.2010 - Oakland

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.

Mary Danzer
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Deerhoof: 15 Sept 2009 - New York

Though the band has been steadily gaining followers, they still hover on the outskirts of mass appeal, and their fans appreciate such fringes.

Brian Bartels
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Busdriver: Jhelli Beam

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.

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Deerhoof: Offend Maggie

Deerhoof is as strangely consistent as they are consistently strange. Offend Maggie continues an extraordinary winning streak that began with 2002's Reveille.

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Various Artists: This is Next

The world is better for every new pair of ears that gets turned on to Of Montreal and Ted Leo. The only real question is this: do you really need this album to begin with?

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Deerhoof: Friend Opportunity

Deerhoof's appealing new album is their poppiest and most accessible... until its long final track, that is. Fortunately, the disc's sweet taste outlasts its sour finish.

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In the wake of the shark-fighting cowboys, the animal doth emerge...

Nate Dorr
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Deerhoof

Shin Splints, Arachnogasmic Musicals, and a regrettable lack of hooves.

Megan Milks
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Deerhoof: The Runners Four

Deerhoof hones its formal experiments. Everybody wins!"

Justin Cober-Lake
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Deerhoof: Green Cosmos

Would-be No-wavers refuse to be pigeonholed with this surprisingly enjoyable, and endlessly inventive EP.

Daniel Rivera
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Deerhoof: Bibidi Babidi Boo

Deerhoof cap off their most successful year with a downloadable live treat, recorded in various sundry locales around the globe. Ain't nothing like the real thing baby.

Michael Metivier
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Chris Fallon
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Deerhoof: Milk Man

This album evades a raking over my coals because of the brilliant title track, which keeps me listening, and because as an art-rock quartet they've generated some great background music here.

Mark Desrosiers
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Justin Peters
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Deerhoof: Apple O'

Apple O' is a wonderful album by a band that's created an entirely unique noise out of old Shaggs LP's and the San Francisco fog.

Mark Desrosiers
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Deerhoof: Reveille

Deerhoof are scary. What they have done on their latest release, Reveille, is reimagine the "Dies Irae" as populated by little furry things.

Anthony C. Bleach
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Deerhoof: Holdypaws

Deerhoof doesn't sound like a band that you would drive 40 miles on country roads to hear.

Jimmy Smith
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