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Dec 04, 2015

Nevermen is a supergroup featuring TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe, Faith No More's Mike Patton, and rapper Doseone (aka Adam Drucker). They formed years ago (back in 2008), but are only just now getting around to releasing their self-titled debut album, which is due out January 29, 2016 via Ipecac (Patton's label) and Lex. More

Nov 03, 2015

Nevermen is a supergroup featuring TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe, Faith No More's Mike Patton, and rapper Doseone (aka Adam Drucker). They formed years ago (back in 2008), but are only just now getting around to releasing their debut album.  More

Nevermen (TV on the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe, Mike Patton, Doseone) Announce Album

Self-Titled Album Out This Fall, Listen to “Tough Towns”

Aug 05, 2015

Nevermen is a supergroup featuring TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe, Faith No More's Mike Patton, and rapper Doseone (aka Adam Drucker). They formed years ago (back in 2008), but are only just now getting around to releasing their debut album. It'll be self-titled and out this fall. No details of the exact release date, label, or tracklist have been released, but the trio has shared a song from the album, the slightly experimental "Tough Towns." 

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Reviews

Serge Gainsbourg Tribute: Beck, Zola Jesus, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Victoria Legrand and more

Aug 29, 2011

It’s deceptively easy to see the career of French musician Serge Gainsbourg as one continuous punchline. With his distinctive vocal style—a muttered sing-speech—parodied almost into oblivion since his rise to popularity in the 1960s, the inclusion of his music in film or television seems to automatically indicate the horny bachelor, the ill-conceived seduction, or (horror of horrors) hipsters aiming to embrace kitsch with both hands. Last night at the Hollywood Bowl however, cool was the name of the game—as Beck, Zola Jesus, Victoria Legrand (of Beach House), Mike Patton, Ed Droste (of Grizzly Bear), The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, Lulu Gainsbourg, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, sang, spoke and cooed their tributes to the late performer. More