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Just found these guys tonight. Enjoyed every song right up until the end. None really stoud out, but none were lacking either. If I had to pick one to give it a quick listen, probably would have to be the last track He Would Have Laughed.


Salt and Maelstrom’s Top 10 Albums of 2010 – Number 3. Halcyon Digest by Deerhunter

Bradford Cox is a busy man. Over the past three years, his production levels approach the same manic levels of Jack White and Ryan Adams, and like these talent artists, he tends to shine more in certain bands than other side projects. 292 more words


Band of the Week: Deerhunter

As the year is winding down, we figured for this final Band of the Week (for 2010) we would go with not just a cool band we think people should hear, but rather one of our favorite bands of the year and whom we feel are one of the best bands in music right now as a whole: … 48 more words


Deerhunter - Halcyon Digest (4AD, 2010)

Where Deerhunter’s previous efforts repelled me with their loneliness Halcyon Digest drew me into it’s wall of despair.

In the past I felt as though their music was keeping me at a distance from whatever lay behind it. 245 more words


Deerhunter's Halcyon Digest

Atmosphere abounds on two early releases ‘Revival’ and ‘Helicopter’ from Deerhunter’s 4th album, Halycon Digest (released Sept. from 4AD).  Both tracks address themes of spirituality and religion with frontman Bradford Cox continuing to transfix with his engaging vocals, contrasting a vulnerable frailty with an assured swagger.  91 more words


Slow Motion Shoes

In a rare spare half hour I got round to listening to some of the bands that have followed me on twitter lately. I don’t know why but I just feel guilty if I don’t. 90 more words


Song of the Day- "Basement Scene" Deerhunter

Cool fan vid! I fucking love this song, this album, and Deerhunter as a whole. A concert review of last night’s concert will be arriving shortly.