Yo La Tengo



Music (16)

Take Me Home Tonight 2011 (Movie)

"Alrock's Bells" (Song Performer)

Adventureland 2009 (Movie)


The Toe Tactic 2009 (Movie)


I'm Not There 2007 (Movie)

("I Wanna Be Your Lover") (Song Performer)

Game 6 2006 (Movie)


Old Joy 2006 (Movie)

Music (Original Music)

Shortbus 2006 (Movie)

Music (Original Music)

Junebug 2005 (Movie)

Original Score Producer and Arranger (Original Score)

Milk & Honey 2005 (Movie)

Songs (Song)

Monumental 2005 (Movie)


The Invisible Circus 2001 (Movie)

("Stay Away from Heaven" "Weather Shy") (Song Performer)

L' Amour, l'argent, l'amour 1999 (Movie)

(Song Performer)

Flashback 1996 - 1997 (TV Show)

Song Performer

Simple Men 1992 (Movie)

("Always Something" "Some Kinda Fatigue" "Sleeping Pill") (Song Performer)

A Matter of Degrees 1991 (Movie)

("Movie Song") (Song Performer)

Surviving Desire (TV Show)

Song Performer
Actor (1)

The Simpsons 1998 - 1999 (Tv Show)




Released Fade, their first album after frontman Ira Kaplan suffered a potentionally serious health scare


Entered the U.S. album charts for the first time with And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out.


Completed their longest-lasting lineup with the addition of bassist James McNew.


Released their first single, "The River of Water," b/w a cover of Love's "A House Is Not a Motel."

Bonus Trivia


Yo La Tengo made appearances on the TV shows Gilmore Girls and Parks and Recreation.


In 2009, Yo La Tengo adopted the name Condo F--ks to release a covesr album, F---book.


In 2003, the band cut a track with Yoko Ono for a tribute album to the musical Hedwig & The Angry Inch.


Drummer Georgia Hubley was the daughter of animators Faith and John Hubley and provided voices for many of their experimental films as a young child