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Watch: The Fresh & Onlys - “One of a Kind” Video

Wolf Lie Down Due Out Tomorrow via Sinderlyn

Aug 24, 2017

San Francisco psych-rockers The Fresh & Onlys (Tim Cohen and Wymond Miles) are releasing a new album, Wolf Lie Down, tomorrow (August 25) via Sinderlyn. On the eve of its release they have shared a video for “One of a Kind.” More

Jun 15, 2017

San Francisco psych-rockers The Fresh & Onlys (Tim Cohen and Wymond Miles) have announced a new album, Wolf Lie Down, and shared its title track. More

Watch: The Fresh & Onlys: “Presence of Mind” Video, Plus Stream Album

Long Slow Dance out Next Week on Mexican Summer

Aug 30, 2012

The Fresh & Onlys have released a weird video for “Presence of Mind,” which takes place on a public bus (one that looks like a toy bus). Passengers include a girl bit by a vampire and said vampire (who throws up a bunch of blood before boarding). Then the bus travels to space and around the world and seemingly turns back time Superman: The Movie style. More

Apr 05, 2012

Recently Mexican Summer/Software 2012 released a joint label compilation called Stash Rituals. The album contains a new Fresh & Onlys track. We have the song. More

Woodist Festival Announces Line Up

Ducktails, Fresh & Onlys, Real Estate And More

Apr 08, 2011

Today the Woodist Festival announced their lineup. We have the full listing. More

The Fresh & Onlys Discover “Secret Walls”

Out April 26 on Sacred Bones

Feb 21, 2011

Capitalizing on a busy 2010 that included hanging with Deerhunter and playing for Matt Groening, San Francisco rockers The Fresh & Onlys are busy prepping EP, Secret Walls (out April 26 via Sacred Bones). We have info and tour dates. More

Woodsist Announces June 12 & 15 Mini Fests in Big Sur & LA

Welcome Woods, Real Estate, Kurt Vile, Abe Vigoda, The Fresh & Onlys, All Saints Day (Cat Power/Vivian Girls supergroup)

Apr 27, 2010

Warwick, NY’s indie imprint, Woodsist, is bringing its rays of lo-fi folk-pop to the West Coast this June. Fans of Real Estate, L.A.‘s Abe Vigoda, Woods (helmed by Woodsist leader Jeremy Earl), Kurt Vile, and The Fresh & Onlys can pick from a one-two punch of miniature California festivals. More

Yoko Ono, The Dodos & Magik*Magik Orchestra Added to Noise Pop Lineup

Also: Magnetic Fields' Claudia Gonson, !!!, Deerhoof, Memory Tapes, Scout Niblett, Mirah

Jan 08, 2010

After an initial announcement, the list of bands set to play the 18th annual Noise Pop Festival is growing real long. The San Francisco fest goes down February 23rd-March 1st, and here are a few new notable inclusions: More


Aug 29, 2017

The sixth LP by this San Francisco band doesn’t break any new ground as much as it encapsulates the churning, off-beat guitar rock they’ve nurtured since 2009’s Grey-Eyed Girls. More

Jun 10, 2014

Up to this point, just about every new release from The Fresh & Onlys has offered us the singularly bittersweet pleasure of greeting new, unexpected sonic gestures while melancholically waving goodbye to certain tics we’ve grown fond of. It was a peculiarly rewarding give-and-take, with each successive album and EP betraying glimmers of The Onlys’ prior recorded lives, yet bravely looking onward. More

Sep 06, 2012

The Fresh & Onlys are cut from the same stylistic cloth as contemporaneous acts such as Woods, Real Estate, and White Fence. They’ve been toiling about the noise pop circuit beneath the radar for the better part of a decade, despite releasing a litany of fine albums, including a trio of solo albums by frontman Tim Cohen. More

Jun 16, 2011

It’s widely accepted that the prolific nature of the reigning garage rock bands spurting out of San Francisco and Brooklyn (seeming sister cities in the current indie scene’s lockdown on all that is rocking) is tied to their expedited recording processes. More

Oct 29, 2010

This has been a banner year for San Francisco’s Fresh and Onlys: a U.K. tour with Deerhunter, an invitation (via Matt Groening) to play All Tomorrow’s Parties, festivals in New York and Big Sur, and a rapid succession of 7” records that have been selling out as fast as labels can release them. Ending the year with Play it Strange and a November tour with Clinic puts a fine feather on their 2010 hat. More