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Indie Pop's Tennis Are Increasingly Sophisticated on 'Swimmer'

Tennis' Swimmer is a distillation of everything they do so well, and it further establishes them as a dynamic, sophisticated pop act worthy of even bigger stages.

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Savoir Adore + Tennis: 5 November 2013 - Communion Music New York (Photos)

Set to be a regularly occurring, touring event, Communion Music is hosting several bands, including Savoir Adore and Tennis, for their November jaunt.

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'Venus and Serena': Sisters First and Always

Venus and Serena shows how a complex constellation of expectations and presumptions follows these tennis stars sisters throughout their lives and careers.

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Tennis: Young and Old

It's not like Young and Old is exactly an example of a difficult second album or a sophomore slump, but the album does find Tennis going through the growing pains that come with the maturation process.

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra: Unknown Mortal Orchestra

The debut album from these indie rockers generates a sense of forgettable déjå vu.

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Tennis + La Sera: 2 March 2011 - New York

Backed by a drummer, this pair of sailors seemed to float effortlessly.

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Tennis: Cape Dory

It's appropriate that Cape Dory is a concept album about travel and self-exploration, because Tennis is a band that's going places.

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Smash Court Tennis 3

Smash Court Tennis 3 lies in the murky middle ground between Wii Sports' tennis and Virtua Tennis, neither excelling in any particular area nor really doing that much wrong.

Azmol Meah
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Hot Shots Tennis

Hot Shots Tennis is really only disappointing in the face of how reliably enjoyable the Hot Shots Golf franchise has been.

Arun Subramanian
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