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So I guess if I have to stress one thing, it's the incomparable sincerity with which these guys make their music.
I admire artists who have been able to elevate their music above language, and the albums most dear to me have rendered me dumb and hopeless to explain their power.
While the latter features mostly songs that are more structured in rock and pop elements (and beautifully so), "Cryptograms" is dream music.
I came up with a concept behind this album while listening to it. To me the first half tells the story of a man who will be known as The Deer Hunter, with no relation to the movie. Read morePublished on December 21, 2012 by brainhead
As a new listener to Deerhunter, I was introduced to the band's music just three weeks ago through their most recent release "Halcyon Digest". Well... Read morePublished on January 15, 2011 by John W. Evans
Fans of a pastoral psychedelic vibe found in such places as post-rock underdog DMST's less ambitious work will immediately be drawn to an enveloping production, and while the album... Read morePublished on October 15, 2009 by IRate
Deerhunter describe themselves as an "ambient punk" band, but I really have no idea what that means. Read morePublished on January 13, 2008 by E. A Solinas
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To music reviewers, anything that can be described as "dreamy" (if the guitars have that sort of outdoors-y echo sound) and the music is "wandering" (which means that it slows down sometimes, and plays some notes, like most music does), then it sounds like Joy Division. To us,... Read More
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