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Jeff Mangum Extends Solo Acoustic Tour

New Dates Added for March and April

Jan 18, 2013

Last November Neutral Milk Hotel’s Jeff Mangum announced that he would embark on a special solo acoustic tour across the U.S. More

Jeff Mangum Expands Tour

No Coachella? No Problem

Jan 10, 2012

There’s hope Neutral Milk Hotel fans not ready to bake in the desert for a chance to see Jeff Mangum play live. Today the troubadour announced an additional slew (yes, slew) of dates. More

Jeff Mangum Curated ATP Festival Has Been Postponed

Dates Have Been Pushed Back to March 9 -11

Oct 19, 2011

The All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival in the U.K. has been rescheduled from December 2-4 to March 9-11 of next year. More

Oct 17, 2011

Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel has been quite active lately. We have tour dates and his new song. More

Watch: Jeff Mangum Performs At Occupy Wall Street

Led Crowd Sing-along While Playing Neutral Milk Hotel Songs

Oct 05, 2011

Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel made a surprise appearance at Occupy Wall Street in New York last night. More

Neutral Milk Hotel Announces Box Set

Band’s Entire Output Plus 15 Unreleased Tracks

Aug 26, 2011

Heads up Neutral Milk Hotel fans—on November 22 the band will release a massive box set. We have the details. More

Portishead and Jeff Mangum to Play ATP in New Jersey

I’ll Be Your Mirror Festival in Asbury Park September and October

Jan 26, 2011

All Tomorrow’s Parties is coming to the New York City area again, this time to Asbury Park, New Jersey, September 30 - October 2. Portishead is curating the Saturday and Sunday of the festival and will be performing both those nights. But the other big news is that Neutral Milk Hotel’s Jeff Mangum is performing twice as well. More

May 07, 2010

Last night at the downtown Manhattan venue, Le Poisson Rouge, former Neutral Milk Hotel frontman Jeff Mangum made a very rare appearance at a tribute benefit gig for the suffering stroke victim/New Zealand punk icon Chris Knox. He played five NMH tracks, starting with the epic “Oh Comely.” The fan clips for “Oh Comely,” “A Baby for Pree”/“Where You’ll Find Me Now,” and “Two-Headed Boy Pt. 2” are embedded here for your viewing pleasure. More