Posts tagged "Here We Go Magic"

Here We Go Magic Announce New LP ‘Be Small,’ Share ‘Falling’

Here We Go Magic have announced plans to release the follow-up to 2012’s A Different Ship. Titled Be Small, the new record, according to a…
Rachel Brodsky / July 23, 2015

TEEN’s Faux-R&B Ploy ‘The Way and Color’ Elevates Discomfort to a Fine Art

Fronted by former Here We Go Magic keyboardist Teeny Lieberson (joined by sisters Lizzy and Katherine), Brooklyn’s TEEN has made intriguing moves from the start.
Jon Young / April 22, 2014

Yellow Dogs Memorial Concert: Nada Surf and Friends Mourn at Brooklyn Bowl

One week after two members of Iranian dance-punk band the Yellow Dogs were killed as part of a tragic November 11 murder-suicide, family, friends, and…
Kyle McGovern / November 19, 2013

Cat Power, Sky Ferreira, and More Join Forces for An Elliott Smith Tribute Show in Brooklyn

Yesterday marked the tenth anniversary of songwriter Elliott Smith's death by his own hand, a still-painful moment for both Gen-Xers and twentysomethings alike. It was…
Andy Beta / October 22, 2013

Here We Go Magic’s Luke Temple Fires Up Synth-Soul ‘Florida’

Here We Go Magic's Luke Temple promised to follow a funkier path than usual with his upcoming solo album, Good Mood Fool. "There's people in…
Kyle McGovern / September 19, 2013

Here We Go Magic’s Luke Temple Returns to Solo Life With Funk Come-On ‘Katie’

Luke Temple's restless muse took him across various styles before he finally garnered some overdue recognition with Here We Go Magic. Temple still has some…
Marc Hogan / July 23, 2013

The National-Curated Crossing Brooklyn Ferry 2013 Delivers TVOTR, Roots, Solange, Modern Classical

From somewhere deep in the Brooklyn Academy of Music's cavernous, 2,090-capacity Howard Gilman Opera House, someone shouts "I love you, Sean!" at Parquet Courts bassist…
Christopher R. Weingarten / April 29, 2013

Here We Go Magic: Indie Rock’s (Dis)appearing Act

It is an especially languid May afternoon in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and inside a dark cafe on Bedford Avenue, Michael Bloch and Peter Hale, both of…
David Bevan / July 31, 2012

Phish Noodle Bonnaroo to the Finish Line: 12 Key Sunday Sets

Bonnaroo has long shed its rep as the patchouliest fest in the land, but its 2012 installment ended with a jam that rivaled ?uestlove's Superjam…
SPIN Staff / June 11, 2012

Here We Go Magic Found John Waters on the Side of the Road

Brooklyn art-rockers Here We Go Magic probably aren't the first band to give a hitchhiker a lift cruising from venue to venue on tour, but…
Devon Maloney / May 16, 2012

Here We Go Magic, ‘A Different Ship’ (Secretly Canadian)

Brooklyn quintet refines art-rock production and intermittent Krautrock pulses for soft rock vocals.
Barry Walters / May 2, 2012

Watch Here We Go Magic’s Fluttery ‘How Do I Know’ Clip

An Oreo-eating man with a vest and cargo shorts must choose between his statuesque, imperious, wheelchair-bound wife and a cheerful, dancing android in the video…
Marc Hogan / April 30, 2012

Here We Go Magic Ask ‘How Do I Know’ on Love-Buzzed Song

"Is this love?" is a familiar question in pop songs, and with good reason. Now comes Here We Go Magic's take on the trope, from…
Marc Hogan / April 10, 2012

In the Studio: How Here We Go Magic Met Nigel Godrich

"When you're playing Glastonbury at 11 in the morning," Luke Temple begins, "you're playing to the people who are still awake and have no idea…
David Bevan / January 23, 2012

Here We Go Magic, ‘The January EP’ (Secretly Canadian)

This scruffy EP -- six songs, 21 minutes, recorded live -- by one-man-band-turned-mixed-gender-quintet Here We Go Magic weaves together more stylistic threads than would ordinarily…
Barry Walters / May 10, 2011

INTERVIEWS: Fanfarlo, Here We Go Magic, More

To get a break from the Tennessee heat, Bonnaroo bands gathered in Jeremiah Weed's Backyard, a down-home hangout featuring lawn games, BBQ, and cocktails made…
SPIN Staff / June 18, 2010

Here We Go Magic, ‘Pigeons’ (Secretly Canadian)

Three years ago, Luke Temple was a banjo-playing bedroom folkie. Then he morphed into an Afropop-influenced bedroom folkie who dabbled in sound collage. Now, on…
Mike Powell / June 8, 2010

New Albums from the Black Lips, B-Real and More

Here's a rundown of the essential albums available online and in record stores today:…
SPIN Staff / February 24, 2009