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Video: Friends, “VA FAN GOR DU”

This Samantha Urbani-directed video for “VA FAN GOR DU” taps the ’80s public access vibe cemented by bygone post-punk-centric shows like “No Wave Theatre” and “TV Party,” but it’s got enough gross-out humor to feel … read more »

POSTED December 5, 2012 12:55PM IN MUSIC VIDEO Comments (1) TAGS: , , ,

Stream: Friends, “Mind Control”

Brooklyn’s Friends are starting to sound a lot like their fellow outer borough dwellers ESG. They’ve also just announced their debut LP, Manifest!, and if all the songs sound like “Mind Control” with singalongs, sharp … read more »

POSTED April 11, 2012 12:30PM IN MP3 / STREAMS TAGS: ,

Friends Live at the FADER FORT Presented by Converse

Watch Brooklyn’s Friends perform “Friend Crush” live at the FADER FORT Presented by Converse, then head over to Converse to see them play “I’m His Girl.”

POSTED March 29, 2012 5:00PM IN Featured - FADERFORT, Fort Video TAGS: , ,

The Things I Carry: Samantha Urbani of Friends

Samantha Urbani of Brooklyn band Friends stopped by our office yesterday, clutching a big, subway-ready tote bag under her arm. We asked her to empty the contents, and it seemed like she had every essential … read more »

POSTED November 18, 2011 2:00PM IN STYLE NEWS Comments (3) TAGS: , , , ,

The Tripwire: On Friends and the Grounded Love Song

Sometimes it takes a music festival with an international draw like CMJ to get around to seeing that band from down the block you’ve been meaning to catch. Thus was the case with Bushwick, Brooklyn-based … read more »

POSTED October 24, 2011 6:45PM IN THE TRIPWIRE Comments (2) TAGS: , ,

Friends, “I’m His Girl” MP3

This song is good. “I’m His Girl” is a concept Phil Spector could have written, if he didn’t. (Flea could have written that bass line, too.) When you see me walking around with him I’m … read more »

POSTED September 14, 2011 4:30PM IN MP3 / STREAMS Comments (4) TAGS: ,

Internet Hangover: What Guru’s Final Words and the Dipset Detente Mean for Hip-Hop

Every Monday (or so), FADER editorial director Peter Macia eases in to the work week by writing semi-extensively and somewhat incoherently about something that is making his head hurt. This week, he explains how Gang … read more »

POSTED April 20, 2010 11:31AM IN INTERNET HANGOVER Comments (11) TAGS: , , , , , , , ,