Posts Tagged: Interpol

Debut Album from The Unspeakable Practices

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The Unspeakable Practices were born out of a project formed by writer Rick Moody, who has a new novel coming out shortly (and a music column here at The Rumpus), and Kid Millions of Oneida, Man Forever, and Soldiers of Fortune.

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Swinging Modern Sounds #65: Tragedy Plus Time

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Jesse Malin is a lifer in a business that rarely features lifers anymore. ...more

Song of the Day: “PDA”

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“Post-punk revivalists” Interpol have been likened to predecessors Joy Division and Echo and the Bunnymen, though the stamp of Jim Morrison and The Doors is also audible in their unapologetic, forceful brand of indie rock. Interpol released Turn On The Bright Lights in 2002, and the album gradually attracted a formidable audience and the approval of critics.

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