Dev Hynes has teamed up with Bryndon Cook of Starchild & the New Romantic to form VeilHymn In addition to his work as Blood Orange, Lightspeed Champion, and Test Icicles,…
Dev Hynes takes on 'Metamorphosis: III'
Artist tells fans, '"You should all know by now that I don't attack people for no reason...'
"Sorry I don't fall into your perception of a Black Lives Matter story"
The key to getting your head around Blood Orange’s sprawling, hugely ambitious and occasionally unwieldy third album lies with two songs you won’t find on the tracklisting. In his annotations…
The Strokes singer shares fried chicken with Dev Hynes in ‘Augustine’ promo
'Freetown Sound' is the third album from the artist
The follow-up to 2013's 'Cupid Deluxe'
'Hadron Collider' was made available on cassette last month
The two singers also performed live, all in the name of charity
Clip features cameos from Junglepussy and Ian Isiah
The musician unveils 45 minutes of previously unreleased music
Blood Orange man says that he and Samantha Urbani were hurt by security at Chicago event
Hynes and Friends singer Samantha Urbani are pressing charges after incident in Chicago
The track features on Dev Hynes' 2013 album 'Cupid Deluxe'
The track features on the soundtrack to the new James Franco film 'Palo Alto'
The musician and producer was stopped at the city's airport
The New York based musician has shared the title track from the soundtrack
Blood Orange musician writes blog on his memories of journalist and socialite
The Blood Orange man has said that he will never work with The Guardian again following an 'insensitive' article
The Blood Orange man will split the $24,000 fans donated to three charities
'Everything from my life is gone' says musician
Dev Hynes to return home to the capital for Village Underground show
He’s the guy with a hand in two of last year’s greatest gifts to the pop world – Solange’s ‘Losing You’ and Sky Ferreira’s ‘Everything Is Embarrassing’ – so perhaps…
The album goes on general release on November 18
Dev Hynes collaborates with Dirty Projectors' David Longstreth and Samantha Urbani on second album
Of all the imagined New York Cities past, present and future, it’s the one of the early ’80s that lingers longest in the mind’s eye. Just imagine! Outrageous drag balls,…