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Back in the early 2000s it wasn't exactly cool to sound like the heavy raincoated brigade of early 80's gothy post rock. With their debut Turn on the Bright Lights Interpol managed to make this once neglected sound cool again by taking the atmospheri...read more »

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Interpol
Marauder

A baker’s dozen of tunes from the mid-2000s indie bands who have grown old with the most grace. Marauder’s lead single ‘The Rover’ kind of sounds like Preoccupations having a go at covering ‘Mr. Blue Sky’, and in its own way it’s a charming post-punk ditty. They should have really called it Our Love to Maraud, but then again Interpol are not a band famed for their sense of humour.

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Antics- Revisionist History Edition

Re-issued on white vinyl to mark the 15th anniversary of its release, Antics saw Interpol successfully capitalise on the slow-burning success of their classic debut album Turn On The Bright Lights with an album of material crafted on the road and in the live arena. Contains the dazzling ‘Slow Hands’ and their biggest UK hit, ‘Evil’. 
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El Pintor - Remixes

Having run out of anagrams for their own name, NY post-punks Interpol now look to other artists to create them for their music. If you ever wanted to know what one of their sounds would sound like run through by sample goblin Panda Bear, look no further; we've also got edits by industrial dance crew Factory Floor, fuzz droner Tim Hecker and the Field, among others. Maybe they can help Interpol be less bored with themselves.
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A Fine Mess

It's not like Interpol to be able to come up with a title for any of their records - they were possibly watching the Laurel and Hardy film when they came up with this one. It was recorded during time spent with Dave Fridmann (big drum alert) while they were in the middle of their Big World Tour and serves as a mini snapshot of where the band find themselves post Marauder.   

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Our Love To Admire

Although we can mock (and the Guardian already did) about literally every album getting the re-issue treatment, 'Our Love To Admire' was one of Interpol's strongest albums. Dark brooding post punk that showed there was life in the band after the so-so 'Antics'. If their self titled fourth album gets re-issued though with the same treatment then a line will have been crossed.  

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Anything But Words

Here is the collaboration that no-one could have expected...or indeed asked for. Funny haired Interpol leader Paul Banks hooking up with Wu Tang's RZA. The result is the kind of rap rock we could only have dreamt of back in the '80s. Careful what you wish for though - they make strange bedfellows these two.   

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Turn On The Bright Lights

The formidable debut from Interpol, Turn On The Bright Lights, which turns 15 this year. In that early-2000s city environment, the New York post-punk revivalists dished out generous helpings of gloom, brooding vocals and those headily dark basslines that we’re still enjoying now. LP or CD on Matador.

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Everything Is Wrong (Solomun Remix)

New York’s ice-cold indie rockstars Interpol get a tune from their new El Pintor album remixed by Solomun, who runs the Dynamic label. His take on Everything Is Wrong takes Interpol to the disco, working out to a clipped 80’s style. This 12” release on 2DIY4 has a vocal and a slower non-vocal version of the funky rework.

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El Pintor

Well, they're now five albums old but one of the most influential (in both good and bad ways) bands to stumble from NYC in the last 15 years are back with their anagram-tastic new big record. The lead track from this, "All the Rage Back Home", is a strangely addictive blast of energising emo-tinged radio-rock that totally retains that oh-so-very-special Interpol essence and their eternal debt to underrated Brit outsiders Kitchens of Distinction is still apparently a major factor in their sonic appeal. Whether there are more gems to be found on 'El Pintor' (jeez...) is something to anticipate. It's always gonna be an uphill struggle for these lads after that flawless debut......
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Antics

Interpol made one of the albums of the century with their debut Turn on the Bright Lights so following it up must have been daunting for the New York four piece but Antics is no slouch either. Sticking pretty much to the same yardstick (which they've kept pretty much to on subsequent albums) it expands their sound into a more widescreen stadium hinting areas whilst retaining the brittle atmospheres and guitar interplay that marked out their debut.  
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