Posts tagged "Desaparecidos"

Desaparecidos Are the Band Who Reunites After 13 Years and Somehow Gets Better

Now that we have two albums to go by, one of the best things about a Desaparecidos record is how the Omaha five-piece sticks to…
Dan Weiss / July 7, 2015

Review: After 13 Years, Desaparecidos Return More Pi$$ed Than Ever on ‘Payola’

There’s a phobia among a certain kind of music fan that protest songs don’t date well, particularly the more specific they get. F—k that. Conor…
Dan Weiss / June 26, 2015

Desaparecidos Blast Through ‘City on the Hill’ on ‘Seth Meyers’

Conor Oberst’s politically minded project Desaparecidos stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers last night for a visit nicely timed with the release earlier this week of their…
Harley Brown / June 25, 2015

Desaparecidos, Leon Bridges, Son Lux, and Bully Are All Streaming Albums on NPR

Bad news: It’s Monday. Good news: There are a ton of new albums streaming in full for your listening pleasure! Via NPR’s First Listen, you…
James Grebey / June 15, 2015

Desaparecidos Watch the News in ‘City On The Hill’ Video

Conor Oberst’s punk group Desaparecidos aren’t the biggest fans of capitalism, to say the least, and the new music video for “City on the Hill” — from…
James Grebey / April 14, 2015

Coachella 2015 Day Three: St. Vincent’s Mannequin Moves, Drake and Madonna’s Lip-Lock, and More

Thirteen-year Coachella veteran Chris Martins and trusty photographer Wilson Lee hit the Southern California desert to document Coachella 2015. Day Three begins……
Chris Martins / April 13, 2015

SPIN Singles Mix: Tame Impala’s ‘Cause I’m a Man,’ BULLY’s ‘Trying,’ and More

Welcome to SPIN‘s Singles Mix! The SPIN staff has rounded up their favorite, must-hear tracks for your personal playlists. Collecting the finest from Australian psych-rock…
SPIN Staff / April 8, 2015

Desaparecidos Shout Out Communists’ Daughter on Fiery New Single

Since reuniting last year, Desaparecidos have released a pair of politically charged 7-inch/digital singles. The first featured "MariKKKopa" and "Backsell," the second held "Anonymous" and "The Left…
Kyle McGovern / August 2, 2013

Statistics’ First New Album in Eight Years, ‘Peninsula,’ Due in June

After eight years of silence, Statistics — the solo project of Desaparecidos guitarist Denver Dalley — will return on June 25 with Peninsula, the follow-u…
Kyle McGovern / April 9, 2013

The Happiest Place on Earth: Backstage With Desaparecidos

It had been 11 years since Desaparecidos last walked across a New York stage. And though that was an ill-received supporting slot (alongside the Promise…
David Bevan / March 4, 2013