Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Fruits of the gloom

Interpol's albums since their 2002 debut Turn On The Bright Lights may have been diminishing returns, increasingly blighted by Paul Banks' lyrics, but that record was something very special indeed. Pitchfork marked Matador's tenth anniversary reissue by talking to the band and pulling together a fascinating oral history detailing their origins and how they came to make one of the first defining albums of the new millennium.

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