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Examples of "deerhoof"
"Deerhoof, Contemporary Noise Sextet, Emiter, Kristen"
Deerhoof were the cover story of the January 2011 issue of Wire Magazine. Throughout the summer of 2011, Deerhoof toured in an international supergroup alongside Konono N°1, Juana Molina, Kasai Allstars and others, called Congotronics Vs. Rockers. In April 2012 Deerhoof collaborated with Questlove, Reggie Watts, Sasha Grey and others in a conceptual concert event called "Shuffle Culture" at Brooklyn Academy of Music. April 2012 also saw the release of young adult fiction book "Rules to Rock By", by Josh Farrar, about a 12-year-old girl who's inspired by Deerhoof to form her own band. Deerhoof's version of Liliput's "Hitchhike" appears on the soundtrack. In June 2012 at a Deerhoof performance in Chicago's Millennium Park, Ensemble Dal Niente performed Marcos Balter's classical arrangement of Deerhoof's "Eaguru Guru". The same month, Deerhoof and The Flaming Lips performed onstage together playing songs by King Crimson, Canned Heat, and Deerhoof.
Feted Corps - with Deerhoof cassette split (Deathbomb Arc, 2007)
Koalamagic is the live album released in 2001 by Deerhoof
All songs written by Deerhoof, unless otherwise noted.
Sleepy Sun, Caribou, The Dodos, The Wooden Constructions, Blood Red Shoes, Deerhoof, Nisennenmondai
There is a song by band Deerhoof of the same name.
Bibidi Babidi Boo is a live internet-only 2004 album released by Deerhoof.
Green Cosmos is a 2005 EP release by American experimental rock band Deerhoof.
The Roots, Gnarls Barkley, Sharon Jones, The Dap-Kings, Santogold, Deerhoof, J*Davey, Diplo, Esperanza
The untitled E.P. is an MP3 E.P. by the band Deerhoof, self-released in 2006.
Portable will also feature innovative music videos from the likes of Deerhoof,
Deerhoof, Parenthetical Girls, Dimension X, Noël Akchoté, Shit and Shine, Jean-Louis Costes, and others
In spring 2006, after an extensive world tour, Deerhoof composed and performed a live soundtrack to Harry Smith's hour-long animation masterpiece "Heaven and Earth Magic" at the San Francisco International Film Festival. This was to be Cohen's last activity with Deerhoof. The split was amicable and, to commemorate Cohen, Deerhoof posted a free EP on their website, one of several they have posted over the years.
Fever 121614 is a 2015 live album by Deerhoof. It received "generally favorable" reviews, according to review aggregator Metacritic.
In April 2016, Deerhoof announced "The Magic", its first studio album since their 2014 "La Isla Bonita".
Halfbird is an album by Deerhoof. It was released as their third LP by Menlo Park Records in 2001.
Notable performers at Foo Fest include Andrew W.K., Warpaint, Sun Ra, Lightning Bolt, Deerhoof, Psychic TV, Ssion, and Big Freedia.
Deerhoof vs. Evil currently holds a score of 77 on the music review aggregator Metacritic, indicating "generally favorable reviews."
2014 saw the band opening for Deerhoof in Singapore. The band also performed at Niubi Festival in Helsinki, Finland.