Over the weekend, Deerhoof took to Twitter to share a statement about their relationship with subscription-based music discovery site, Daytrotter. They also underlined their major conflicts with the company. Deerhoof's Greg Saunier titled the note as "being for the benefit of musicians who have recorded, or are considering recording, a session for DAYTROTTER" and went on to share their conflicting history with them.

In 2009, the band recorded a session with was later pressed and released without their permission in 2014. And they received no payment for the project. They were then reportedly threatened the the company's owner who said they would "take appropriate action" if they tried to do anything about it. Read the full statement below.