In the past, Portland based band Starfucker (STRFKR) have received almost as much attention for their not-always-accessible moniker as for their immensely accessible dance hooks.
However, having flirted briefly with a couple of name changes, the group are now firmly settled on Starfucker, so the focus can rightly return to what got people talking in the first place: the
quartet’s endlessly catchy, hook-laden pop.
There’s no better place for that conversation to begin than with ‘Reptilians’, the band’s second album and first with Polyvinyl.
Just as with the band’s previous two releases, ‘Reptilians’ was written almost entirely by principal songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joshua Hodges. This time around, however, the group’s sound is bolstered by the addition of Keil Corcoran
(whom Hodges describes as a “human drum machine”) and producer Jacob Portrait (The Dandy Warhols, Mint Chicks).
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