Deerhoof returns just 4 months after their recent release The Magic, with a new 7″. “I thought We Were friends” was born between tour…Read More
Satomi Matsuzaki plays bass and sings, Greg Saunier plays drums, John Dieterich and Ed Rodriguez play guitars.
But what is Deerhoof really? Hell if we know.
The New York Times described them as “one of the most original rock bands to have come along in the last decade.”
From their humble beginnings as an obscure San Francisco noise act, they’ve become one of indie music’s most influential bands with their ecstatic and unruly take on pop.
Polyvinyl Record Co. is proud to announce its 20th anniversary. The label, which is headquartered in Champaign, IL, has a diverse catalog of 300+…Read More
22 years down the line, Deerhoof is still fully committed to blurring the boundaries between pop, indie punk, and the avant garde. After this…Read More
What’s the point of doing a review of a live record? I mean, really? Live DVDs always strike me as a little weird too,…Read More
Deerhoof have announced the release of Fever 121614. With Satomi’s anime superhero alter ego in full swing, like a pint-size dancing drill sergeant; with…Read More
Today Deerhoof celebrates the darker side of La Isla Bonita with Geoff Hoskinson’s new video for “Tiny Bubbles”. Hoskinson’s depiction of the content-creation machine…Read More
As far as DIY-luminaries-turned-pop-daredevils Deerhoof are concerned, even the strange rules of the avant-garde underground need breaking. In 21 years we’ve never see them…Read More
Yonatan Gat (Monotonix) has shared “Gibraltar”, the latest single off his new album, Director, out March 3rd. Director via Joyful Noise Recordings. He has…Read More
DEERHOOF are over in Europe next month in support of their 13th album La Isla Bonita. In March they return to the US for…Read More
Two decades into their career, Deerhoof’s energy continues to grow, especially on stage as they thrust fans into a 360-degree experience. Between Satomi Matsuazaki’s…Read More
Deerhoof’s 13th album La Isla Bonita is one of their most punk and commercially accessible record to date, currently reigning at #5 in the…Read More
On November 4th, Deerhoof return with La Isla Bonita, their 12th studio album and most recent release since 2012’s Breakup Song. In an interview, Greg Saunier noted that the album was recorded during “a weeklong sleepover arguing over whether to try and sound like Joan Jett or Janet Jackson”, appropriate pop culture references given the Madonna-referencing title. Bonita is, like most:Read More