This is from the band’s Shea Stadium show:

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UPDATE: Time Out New York has posted an extended version of the interview here. I highly recommend it. And Time Out NY just posted a bunch of cool photos of Karen and Julian hereUPDATED

Julian Casablancas and Karen O are on the cover of this week’s Time Out New York. The Cult Records collaborators interview each other for the article, which She’s Fixing has posted on its website.

You can read it here.

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Here’s who’s going to open for Julian Casablancas+The Voidz

September 23, 2014

Julian Casablancas+The Voidz’s debut album is out today, and the openers for the band’s upcoming tour have also been announced. The openers will include Mr. Twin Sister, Sebastian Tellier, Mac DeMarco and Shabazz Palaces. Here’s who will be playing where, via Consequence of Sound: 10/16 – Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory * 10/17 – Washington, DC @ […]

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Julian Casablancas+The Voidz played tiny Shea Stadium

September 22, 2014

What does it look like Julian Casablancas+The Voidz play a small venue in a location like this? It looks like this: I’ll post video of the show if/when I see it online. For now, go buy Tyranny, which is out now. The download is apparently a much better quality than the stream and the rip I […]

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It’s here! Stream Julian Casablancas + The Voidz’ ‘Tyranny’

September 19, 2014

Julian Casablancas + The Voidz’ ‘Tyranny’ is streaming over at Rolling Stone. Listen here. Download a rip here of the stream to listen to while buying the new album here. What does everybody think of the record?

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GQ profiles Julian Casablancas, Stereogum does a Q&A

September 18, 2014

GQ posted a really strong profile of Julian Casablancas this morning, and it’s full of all sorts of interesting information. There are the requisite parts of his backstory, which is commonplace for any story like this, but it provides new information like why Julian left New York City, his thought process behind Ask Me Anything and […]

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