Deerhunter Vinyl, CD & tapes by Deerhunter at Norman Records

One of indie rock's strongest and most adoring best friendships belongs to Deerhunter. Songwriters Bradford Cox and Lockett Pundt have long tempered one another's artistic inclinations into a perfect package. Studious but eccentric, their sound has ...read more »

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Fading Frontier

At last, new Deerhunter! With their seventh album, the band have taken a fairly accessible approach, crafting songs with a strong melodic thrust and clear production. Lovely stuff. But they can’t hide their inherent weirdnesses entirely: Fading Frontiers is full of the odd little touches that make this band so special. On 4AD.

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Cryptograms & Flourescent Grey

The early days of Deerhunter were spent sinking deep into the psychedelic void, with distorted guitars swirling around Broadcast-inspired rhythmic curiosities. Cryptograms is a mix of cerebral ambient wallpaper and visceral trance dream pop, with the supplementary Fluorescent Grey EP working as arguably their best and most concise work, a perfect marriage of their melodic inclinations and their self-sabotaging fuzz. The messy and crucial band they used to be.

Moon Diagrams
Trappy Bats

Moon Diagrams is the project of Moses John Archuleta, who also happens to be the drummer in Deerhunter. Trappy Bats is his second album and follow-up to 2017’s Life Of Love. It was recorded immediately after a reflective night in jail. His experiences of TV constantly showing the trouble in Charlottesville and interactions with other inmates pour into this journey from intense techno to chilled jazz.

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Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?

Well here is something to look forward to. As we know by now each Deerhunter album is uniquely different and this one they say is a science fiction album for 2018. They've spent their time since 2015s Fading Frontier redefining their recording process going so far as to not use microphones for their instruments and plug them straight into the desk. Should be interesting. 

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Monomania

Deerhunter’s ‘Monomania’ may divide fans, but those who are into it absolutely adore their sixth studio LP. While the group may have developed a reputation as ambient-punk pioneers par excellence, ‘Monomania’ is more fraught and twisted, the group frequently interrupting their lilting rock tunes with screes of noise. Band leader Bradford Cox (Atlas Sound) also delivers some of his most caustic and vital performances to date.

Pylon/ Deerhunter
Cover + Remix

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Nothing Ever Happened

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Memory Boy

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Halcyon Digest

‘Halcyon Digest’, Deerhunter’s fifth album, is possibly the band’s most famous record and certainly one of their finest. On this 2010 record the band expand the ‘ambient-punk’ sound that they’d developed throughout the 00s with valium-hazed rock (‘Earthquake’, ‘Helicopter’), oceanic guitar balladry (‘Sailing’) and some of their most triumphant tunes to date (‘Desire Lines’, 'He Would Have Laughed').

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Revival

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Microcastle / Weird Era Cont.

Back on vinyl, this time with 'Weird Era Cont.' - a bonus album previously unavailable on the format outside of the US. This is the first time that ‘Microcastle’ and ‘Weird Era Cont.’ have been made available together on vinyl outside of the States. Arriving on double vinyl in a gatefold sleeve, the artwork now reflects the original CD cover, the album’s most recognisable design. 

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Microcastle

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Rainwater Cassette Exchange

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Turn It Up Faggot

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Cryptograms

‘Cryptograms’, the second album from our beloved Deerhunter, is their wildest studio LP. Still buzzing off the garage-fried frenzies of debut album ‘Turn It Up Faggot’, this 2007 set sees the band combining serrated rock songs with all sorts of neo-psychedelic flourishes - Motorik beats, ambient interludes, found sounds, huge Can-esque soundscapes and much else besides. This is the closest that Deerhunter have ever come to, say, the more guitar-orientated end of Animal Collective’s output.

Jay Reatard/ Deerhunter
Fluorescent Grey/ Oh It's Such A Shame

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Grayscale

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