contemporary art, culture and criticism from a Jewish-Eskimo in the Pacific Northwest.
Interpol, NYC's gentleman of post-punk rock return with their new single "Lights" Directed by Charlie White it's a methodically paced gloriously sinister clip and a perfect match for a band like Interpol where Style and substance go hand in hand. Sort of Irma Vep meets In the Realm of the Senses.
Very Excited about the new self-titled fourth album from a band originally pinned by the New York Times to be the one band of the early millinuim batch of NYC rock bands t start the backlash against the city's music scene-instead many of the critical darlings came oblong with a serious case of sophomore slumps and Interpol followed up their critically acclaimed debut Turn on The Bright Lights with ANTICS an album that was an even bigger commercial and critical success.
Posted by Andrew klaus-Vineyard at Friday, July 23, 2010
Labels: Interpol, music review, music videos, NYC, post-punk
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