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Deerhunter: 18 September 2013 - New York

The band will one day pass the torch to another group of rockers with that rare balance of charisma and craft, but Deerhunter reigns in the meantime.

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6 May 2013 // 10:06 PM

Deerhunter: Monomania

Music is a neccessity for Bradford Cox, and on Monomania he asks whether or not that's good for him.

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2 May 2013 // 10:14 PM

Listening Ahead: Upcoming Releases for May 2013

Get the scoop on the latest albums by Vampire Weekend, Savages, and Deerhunter, as well as an extensive list of May's new releases.

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Desitively Bonnaroo: Reporting from the Land of Dust and Music (Part 4)

You’ll be having fun, even though your body insists otherwise.

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Deerhunter + Casino Versus Japan + Ducktails: 12 October 2010 - Washington D.C.

Much like Halcyon Digest, Deerhunter's live show finds the band splitting the difference between ambient noise and delicately constructed pop.

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Hopscotch Music Festival: 9-11 September 2010 - Raleigh, North Carolina

Well curated, organized and executed, the inaugural Hopscotch Music Festival announced the arrival of a new stop on the summer festival circuit.

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Spoon + Deerhunter: 29 March 2010 - Toronto

Somehow, a show by one of my favorite bands, playing a bunch of my favorite songs, was more enervating than engaging.

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Spoon + Deerhunter + The Strange Boys: 22.Mar.10 - Washington D.C.

How do you improve on perfection? In the case of Spoon, you pair one of indie rock's most reliable live acts with two up-and-coming bands that can more than hold their own.

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Re: this song, our own Mehan Jayasuriya said it well: “On “Quick Canal”, he lovingly builds up and tears down a cathedral of sound for

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Broadcast + Atlas Sound: 17 October 2009 - Washington DC

Lovers of left-of-the-dial indie pop could have hardly conceived a better double bill in their dreams.

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Karen O and the Kids: Where The Wild Things Are

Karen O’s lively soundtrack sounds best where the wild things aren’t: in the most straightforward bits of childlike indie-pop.

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Atlas Sound Logos (4AD) Releasing: Yesterday! Bradford Cox’s follow-up to 2007’s Let the Blind Lead Those Who Cannot See just came out, and if

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Words and photos by Mehan Jayasuriya

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6 Aug 2009 // 7:00 AM

Deerhunter recently recorded a 20-minute-plus live set with Alabama Public Television for their “We Have Signal” program.

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Lotus Plaza: The Floodlight Collective

Deerhunter guitarist Lockett Pundt seems the least likely candidate to indulge in solo work, but his Lotus Plaza project shows that there's a lot more going on below the surface of Pundt's shoe-gazing stage persona.

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A new music blog that is going to make gorillas, bears, and pitchforks take off their headphones and listen.

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Deerhunter: Microcastles

With Microcastle, Deerhunter discard the cryptic mystery and hazy ambience of Cryptograms and reveal their winsome heart.

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Black Lips + Deerhunter + King Khan & the Shrines

While Deerhunter’s pensive drones created interesting cadences, and the Black Lips rocked through their rowdy garage punk, the real attraction was King Khan who was resolutely unchallenged in his supremacy as premier buffoon.

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Atlas Sound: Let the Blind Lead Those Who Cannot See

Bundled in both live and programmed textures, this is Deerhunter's Bradford Cox at his most accomplished, processing organ, guitar, and his own vocals for a dizzying 50 minutes.

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16 Apr 2007 // 10:05 PM

Deerhunter: Fluorescent Grey

Deerhunter's aptly titled Kranky debut Cryptograms earns its name moving from murky swamps of feedback and delay into shimmering swirls of crystalline hooks.

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