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10 Deep Tracks from Interpol's Early Discography

These are a scattering of some Interpol tracks you may have missed or skipped over in favor of those oh-so-relevant singles.

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The 100 Best Albums of the 2000s: 40-21

From breathtaking reformulations of shoegaze to British soul revival, this batch of stellar recordings from the 2000s is an eclectic one.

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Interpol - "Ancient Ways" (video) + Tour Dates

Interpol offer up a new single, "Ancient Ways", from their upcoming Matador Records release, El Pintor. This coming weekend the band will play FYF Fest and then kick off a huge fall tour.

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Interpol - "All the Rage Back Home" (video)

Interpol has released the first video from its forthcoming LP on Matador, El Pintor, the propulsive "All the Rage Back Home"

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Governors Ball Music Festival 2014: Recap + Photos from Randall's Island

Perfect weather and fantastic music lent Governors Ball 2014 the sensation of escaping from New York, even though the island itself sits snug atop the East River.

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Those People's Lists: On Pitchfork's Favorite Albums, 1996-2011

On the occasion of Pitchfork's first ever crowdsourced Best Of list, we reappraise the webzine's favorite albums of 1996-2011.

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German Indie Venue Beatpol Celebrates 20 Years

A legendary German music venue that has hosted a number of major American acts over the last several years turns 20 this month.

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The Year in Music: September 2010

September 2010, the subject of our latest look at the year’s biggest events in music, was a month of TV events, celebrity arrests, and a lot of new music.

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Interpol: 17 February 2011 – New York

Current tour has the band returning to celebrate success with hometown fans.

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Interpol: Interpol

Aiming for atmospheric grandeur, NYC’s post-punk revival kings instead end up with aimless sprawl on their fourth album.

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Walked in Line: The Musical Disciples of Joy Division

If any band is heir to the musical path Joy Division laid out, it would be the Cure, quite possibly the second-most influential band of the post-punk era.

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Editors: In This Light and on This Evening

Band buys Casio in attempt to shake unshakeable comparison. Fails. Film at 11.

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Interpol

There has been something of a demographic shift in Interpol’s audience since they last visited Sydney. Whereas 2005 saw the prevalence of post-Goth black lace and even blacker eyeliner, 2008 witnessed the long-awaited reappearance of -- dare I say it? -- grunge.

Nick Gunn
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Interpol: Our Love to Admire

The perfect soundtrack for an eighth grade dance, but for actual adults who know better, it's best to avoid this mess.

Matt Mazur
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Music Midtown 2005 Featuring Interpol + The White Stripes + Bloc Party + More

The truth was, I really did want to see the bands at Music Midtown more than the ones at Bonnaroo. I swear.

Chase Martyn
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Interpol: Antics

It has a sort of hit-and-run playability, and it paints an intriguing picture of the band's future, one free from comparisons. Of course, even if that never happens, fans of the band should be pleased. Antics is a winner.

Salvatore Ciolfi
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Alex Romanelli
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Devon Powers
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Interpol: Turn on the Bright Lights

Turn on the Bright Lights is the album modern followers of post-punk have been waiting for. It is the album that makes all the hub-bub about the New York City music scene of late seem justified.

Devon Powers
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Interpol: The Interpol EP

With this EP, Interpol prove that they are more than ready to take the title of most important band and run with it.

Adam Dlugacz
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