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Destroyer's 'Have We Met' Is Dan Bejar's Best Album Since 2011's 'Kaputt'

Dan Bejar seems omnipresent on Destroyer's first album of the 2020s, moving through the arrangements at his own whim.

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Trailers for Films That Don't Exist: An Interview with Destroyer

Dan Bejar is a man of many talents, but after the burnout of promoting his breakthrough Kaputt, the man behind Destroyer made a record on his own terms.

Dan Derks
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An Indie Christmas Music List

A list of some Christmas-themed music by indie artists for your lonesome holiday nights.

Scott Elingburg
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Destroyer - "Bye Bye" (video) + Tour Dates

Destroyer are set to release a Spanish language EP, Five Spanish Songs, on November 25th via Merge. The tunes were all penned by Antonio Luque from the band Sr. Chinarro.

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The 2011 Artists of the Year

This year's top artists are a diverse lot represented by two of the world's biggest pop divas, a plethora of critically adored indie faves, some new talents emerging from the hip-hop underground, a couple of veteran Americana acts, and a few alt-rock legends among many more.

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"The Hopelessness of the Future of Music": An Interview with Destroyer's Dan Bejar

"I don't need to create more distance between myself and the current musical climate -- I feel that distance pulsing in every creaking bone of my body, which makes the idea of Kaputt tapping into some sort of current zeitgeist absurd and touching."

Corey Beasley
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Destroyer: Archer on the Beach

Destroyer briefly resurfaces with a two-song EP that features ambient background music and some very meta lyrics. It may be the weirdest thing Dan Bejar has done so far.

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Destroyer

A Destroyer song can take off in any direction at any given time, often leaving its audience too bewildered to understand exactly what Bejar is getting at. This device, however, seems to work in his favor.

Eddie Ciminelli
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Destroyer: Trouble in Dreams

Fans of majestic melodies and abstract lyrical narratives, rejoice! Destroyer’s Dan Bejar continues to tread the thin line between the nonsensical and profound.

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Destroyer: Notorious Lightning & Other Works EP

Dan Bejar teams with Frog Eyes to bring some rock to the synth-based songs from last year's Your Blues.

David Malitz
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Destroyer: Your Blues

Jason Korenkiewicz
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