Deerhoof are returning to Australia for a headlining tour during March 2013. The 90’s American indie outfit already visited Australia as recently as January of this year, but since that time Deerhoof have released a new LP by the name of Breakup Song. Don’t be fooled by the above image that makes it look as
As far as live performances go, Deerhoof certainly know how to perform. The four-piece played last night at the Keystone Festival Bar as part of the Sydney Festival. I’ve never had so much fun watching a band play before. I was especially grateful for the experience as I missed them play in 2010 at another
Deerhoof have announced some Australian and New Zealand tour dates while they’re out here on the Sugar Mountain 2012 line-up. The band will bring their jaw-dropping, through-the-roof-high-energy live show to Auckland, Wellington, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Deerhoof is a four-piece pop band who some consider to be noise or experimental music, but come on, just
Australia’s newest music and arts festival Sugar Mountain has announced its 2012 line-up for early January next year along with other festival details. The festival will be held over multiple days, with the main event taking place at The Forum Theatre in Melbourne. Sugar Mountain will also utilise Federation Square, No Vacancy Gallery and ACMI
Quasi-avant garde San Francisco denizens Deerhoof are putting out a series of singles where carefully selected guest vocalists sing on instrumental tracks from Deerhoof’s most recent album Deerhoof vs Evil. The latest to try their luck is none other than Wilco‘s Jeff Tweedy, who sings on a new 7″ called Behold A Raccoon In The
With San Francisco four piece Deerhoof, every song is an adventure. Classic rock, J-pop, jazz, classical, and noise become inseparable, as if no stylistic barriers ever truly existed.