MP3: First Listen: Deerhoof, 'Breakup Song'

26.08.2012

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First Listen: Deerhoof, \'Breakup Song\' MP3

Deerhoof's music has evolved to the point where it reliably conveys an endearing mix of adorability and eccentricity, with just enough noisy, discordant menace to hold the cuteness in check. On its 12th album, the band honks and shimmies down some appealing side roads.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us Source: npr.org

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