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Devendra Banhart

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Devendra Banhart: ICA, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 2 June 2004

AS HIS FIRST NAME SUGGESTS, Devendra Banhart's parents were "alternative" types. He has certainly done them proud, growing up into a folk-hippy with a beard ...

Devendra Banhart: Cripple Crow

Review by Sylvie Simmons, The Guardian, 16 September 2005

DEVENDRA BANHART, the itinerant Texan minstrel with a base in San Francisco, has come a long way since his low-fidelity, high-word-count debut Oh Me Oh ...

Devendra Banhart: Metropolitan University, Leeds

Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 9 September 2006

HALFWAY THROUGH Devendra Banhart's gig, something unusual happens. The singer, who has been slurping something strong from a bottle on his amp, gets into conversation ...

Stranger than Folk: Devendra Banhart

Profile and Interview by Chris Campion, Observer Music Monthly, 12 August 2007

IN A HOUSE on a hill, in a canyon near L.A., Devendra Banhart scatters popcorn on the earth like seed. "This is for the hairs," ...

Devendra Banhart: Folk Hero

Interview by Dorian Lynskey, Q, October 2007

Devendra Banheart was born in Texas, raised in Caracas, then fetched up in Paris and San Francisco and currently lives in a world of his ...

Devendra Banhart: What Will We Be

Review by Bud Scoppa, Uncut, November 2009

The freak-folk messiah confronts pop conventions on his first album for a major label. ...

Devendra Banhart: Mala

Review by Laura Barton,, March 2013

A sense of love and lightness lingers after this eighth album has run its course. ...


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