The drama continues.
“In all earnestness I offer Corgan my apologies and my empathy during what I imagine is a difficult time with the loss of his friend.”
“He just projects every little bit of shit in his bowels right out of his fucking anal mouth, right onto my fucking young soft face, and it was fucked up.”
In one of the most quotable lines of punk discourse this year, Deerhunter frontman Bradfox Cox told journalist Larry Fitzmaurice, “My idea of punk is not being interested in what other people think of punk.” There’s a self-confidence behind this notion of punk’s malleable self-definition, which grew increasingly apparent after the release of Deerhunter’s purposefully
Slanted and Enchanted have announced the lineup for their inaugural event in 2013, set to be carried out across Perth’s Astor Theatre and The Bakery, transforming the city into a choose-your-own-adventure musical playground for one night only on Saturday, 7th December. The delights will begin to unfold from 6pm local time at the Astor Theatre
With their 2013 album Monomania in hand, the constantly evolving indie lords Deerhunter will be making their way back Down Under for a run of east coast tour dates kicking off early December to coincide with their appearance at Meredith Music Festival. Led into battle by their fearless frontman Bradford Cox, Deerhunter have built a
Nile Rodgers, The Melvins, Deerhunter, Brian Jonestown Massacre and more!
The North American debut of St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is upon us, and the inaugural Detroit iteration looks to be kicking things off with a bang, securing some of the hottest indie talent on the planet for their first roster. Joining indie heavyweights Sigur Ros and The National are Aussie favourites Chet Faker and Flume,
When Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox donned a Siouxsie Sioux wig and some ragged Stones-esque attire for his band’s recent performance of new single Monomania on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, he wasn’t being himself. He was playing a character – Connie Lungpin. Connie staggered off stage midway through the vocal refrain of the tune, stumbled
Avant-garde indie pop’s favourite sons, Deerhunter, have reappeared after two years in the studio to offer a stream of their fifth studio album, Monomania, some two weeks prior to its official release date. Having brought the band into a field of overwhelming critical acclaim with 2010’s Halcyon Digest, frontman and creative engine room Bradford Cox
American rockers Deerhunter have announced details of their forthcoming album Monomania, which will be released locally on 3rd May. The cover art is featured above.
Bradford Cox isn’t one to rest on his laurels it would seem, the Deerhunter frontman releasing the third free album under his solo Atlas Sound moniker this week. Followoing Databank Vol 1 and 2, this third installment is surprisingly titled Databank Vol 3. Where does he get these crazy album. Here’s the album art and
Having been on a bit of a work binge, Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox has released two albums of home recordings under his side project Atlas Sound in the last few days, called Databank Vol. 1 and 2 You can download volume one here and volume two here Tracklisting and art below Databank Vol 1: 1.
Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox is back with a new release under his solo guise, Atlas Sound. Logos will be his second solo album.
Popfrenzy are very pleased to announced, due to overwhelming demand, Deerhunter will be playing two more Australian shows this June.