Some reviewers, including All Music, The Times, and Mojo, have pointed out similarities between Banhart's songs and production with that of the early 1970s band Tyrannosaurus Rex (an early version of Marc Bolan's T.
Since this morning’s post about Natalie Portman’s new relationship with Devendra Banhart, a few of his hardcore fans have emailed insisting that A.
He has also written the introduction to a selection of poems by Kenneth Patchen.
On October 27, 2009, Banhart released What Will We Be, his first record on Warner/Reprise.
And now Natalie is dating a dude who rolls with the Lilo?
John Mayer, indisputably talented but at the same time a total cheese dick, undermining whatever artistic integrity he has with his incessant douchebaggery. Word is he’s certainly gifted but he’s also certainly a famewhore. Then when she went to rehab (for the third time) last year, he made her a CD and sent it along. I call it sh*t by association - not exactly something Natalie Portman would and should be proud of.