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To that end, last May he holed up in his tiny Los Angeles home at the time, accompanied only by longtime guitarist-collaborator Noah Georgeson.The two gathered an assortment of borrowed equipment (including a pawnshop Tascam recorder, the kind used to record some of the earliest hip-hop), self-soundproofed his home-studio ("We didn't do a very good job"), and, over a few weeks, cut his seventh studio album – a typically diverse 14-track collection the singer characterizes as "an intimate affair." Video: Devendra Banhart and the Grogs: ACL 2010 Day Three "It's kind of the after-party to a party where no one was invited," he offers, then lets out a chuckle, equal parts childlike and mad professor.

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“She’s complicated because she’s very serious about her career and smart but also artistic and free-thinking.

It’s tough to match.” When contacted by Us Weekly, a rep for Devendra had no comment.

, the outré singer-songwriter had – literally – an open-door policy: "Keep the windows open, keep the doors open, anybody's invited," he recalls of his then-motto.

But he changed things up on 2009's more-polished (due March 19th on Nonesuch Records), he yearned to return to more familiar confines.

On one track, Banhart recalls, he and Georgeson sampled a birdcall and dropped it down 12 octaves until it resembled something like a synth pad.

Or, "I would hit my guitar strings as fast as I could in front of the mike" to create something that "sounded like a drone," he adds.

On the album-closing, violence-baiting chant-song "Taurobolium" ("I can't keep myself from evil," he repeats), Banhart utilized a switchblade, knife, bells, whips, and glass to mimic a finger-snapping rhythm. "It's all about how you utilize the studio dimensions." The songs that comprise , which often swung and sashayed with its whimsical guitar work, there's a heaviness that hangs over much of the songwriter's latest album.

Natalie Portman and her folk-rocker beau, Devendra Banhart, have split, according to People.

The couple reportedly met when Natalie, who is a big fan of the musician, asked Devendra to donate a song to the i Tunes charity compilation, “Big Change: Songs for FINCA,” and in return she thanked him by appearing in the video for his song, “Carmensita.” The couple began dating soon after shooting the video in July.

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